Raw Force

Monday, February 1st, 2016 by Perfesser Deviant -

Raw Force   Raw Foice Poster 2 81x120 reviews horror action Director: Edward D. Murphy
Writer: Edward D. Murphy
Release Year: 1982

It’s like my mother’s “clean out the fridge” soup: a bit of everything.

A bunch of martial arts experts are taking a pleasure cruise on a leaky boat owned by Hazel Buck (Hope Holiday) and captained by Captain Harry Dodds (Cameron Mitchell). Meanwhile, Thomas Speer (Ralph Lombardi) and his hoods are trading topless women for jade to a cannibalistic order of monks – who actually wear hoods – that is headed by head monk (Vic Diaz) on Warrior’s Island. Eventually, everyone ends up on Warrior’s Island and the dead are raised leading to a huge battle between the martial arts tourists, the slavers, the cannibalistic monks, and warrior zombies.

No, I’m not making this up, simply trying to summarize it.


Ricco The Mean Machine

Thursday, February 11th, 2010 by Severed Survival -

Ricco The Mean Machine   riccobig 84x120 reviews action Director: Tulio Demicheli
: Mario di Nardo, José G. Maesso & Santiago Moncada
Release Year
: 1974

“Some guy with a strange face is looking for you to kill you.”

Chris Mitchum (son of legendary actor Robert Mitchum) is Ricco Avasi; a fresh from prison parolee who comes home to find out that his gangster father has been whacked and his woman Rosa (Marisa Longo) is with another man.  The sonofabitch behind it all is Don Vito (Arthur Kennedy) and he has no idea the kind of hell he has brought on himself by messing with the MEAN MACHINE. So full of vengeance that it looks like he is sleepwalking, Ricco travels to Rome to find the bastards that screwed up his life. He eventually teams up with an old counterfeiter and his often-naked daughter (Barbara Bouchet) to exact his revenge in this Italian/Spanish co-production.


Rolling Thunder

Monday, October 21st, 2013 by Anna McKibben -

Rolling Thunder   RT poster 03 80x120 thriller reviews reviews drama action Director: John Flynn
Paul Schrader and Heywood Gould
Release year:

When Charlie comes marching home again…

A POW returns from Hanoi to find his family have moved on with their lives without him. But when four men steal a gift of over 2000 silver dollars from his home before killing his wife and son, he recruits a fellow veteran to get revenge.


Slaughtered Vomit Dolls

Sunday, January 4th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

Slaughtered Vomit Dolls   svd011 79x120 reviews horror Director: Lucifer Valentine
Writer: Lucifer Valentine
Release Year: 2006

What hath MTV wrought?

People have sex, throw up, and get killed. Yeah, that’s it really.


Star Of David: Beautiful Girl Hunter

Friday, March 19th, 2010 by Vomitron -

Star Of David: Beautiful Girl Hunter   BGH Star of David dutch dvdCR 84x120 romance reviews horror drama Director: Norifumi Suzuki
Jiku Yamatoya, based on a manga by Masaaki Sato
Release year:
Japanese title:
Dabide no hoshi: Bishôjo-gari

Human depravation… Sex… Torture… Death.
Or, how to be mislead by Japanese 70′s exploitation cinema.

Star Of David: Beautiful Girl Hunter   Offscreen 2010 mini logo romance reviews horror drama Tatsuya is a handsome but lonely man who inherits his family’s fortune. This includes his late parents’ luxurious mansion on an isolated and serene location.  Tatsuya likes beautiful young women. He also likes inviting them to his mansion. But sadly, they don’t really like what all he does to them.


The Baby

Thursday, March 17th, 2016 by Coventry -

The Baby   The Baby dvd art 84x120 thriller reviews reviews horror drama Director: Ted Post
Writer: Abe Polsky
Year of release: 1973

The Baby   CR 2016 offscreen mini logo thriller reviews reviews horror drama Just too demented for words, really!

Ann is a social worker who has quite a bit of experience in her field already. Now she finds herself appointed to a new family case and grows very eager to work with them. Why? She just stumbled upon a fully mature young man dressed in diapers and nursed like a baby by three women with some very odd family values.


The Last House on the Left

Monday, June 29th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

The Last House on the Left   lhotl poster 5 85x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Wes Craven
Writer: Wes Craven
Release Year: 1972

Two girls have a Hess of a time.

Two girls, straitlaced Mari Collingwood (Sandra Cassel) and wilder girl Phyllis Stone (Lucy Grantham) go to New York City to attend a concert, but they run afoul of a problem. That problem comes in the form of two escaped criminals – Krug Stillo (David Hess) and Fred ‘Weasel’ Podowski (Fred Lincoln) – and two scumbags – Sadie (Jeramie Rain) and Junior Stillo (Marc Sheffler). When the scumbags end up at the home of Mari’s parents, Dr. John (Richard Towers) and Estelle (Cynthia Carr), things go from bad to ugly to Leatherface very quickly….


The Sinful Dwarf

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009 by shuizmz and Vomitron -

The Sinful Dwarf   sinful dwarf severin 84x120 reviews horror drama Writer: Vidal Raski
Director: Harlan Asquith & William Mayo
Release year: 1973
Danish title: Dvaergen

Great evil can sometimes come in very small packages….

I have waited quite a while to see this film. I do not exactly know why I wanted to see it so badly, considering I have a great distaste and fear towards dwarves, little people, midgets….whatever the hell they are called. I guess for someone who is well over 6 feet tall, it makes sense that my fears are of things that are tiny.


The Terror of Tiny Town

Sunday, August 2nd, 2009 by Sterf -

The Terror of Tiny Town   terror of tiny town 83x120 full length movies Director: Sam Newfield
Writer:Fred Myton (writer), Clarence Marks (additional dialogue)
Release year: 1938

Little guys with big guns!

If you ever wanted to cross off ‘see a western with an all-midget cast’ of your list of things to achieve in life, here’s your chance. The Terror of Tiny Town is pretty much a standard western, but the all-midget cast and the fact that they ride Shetland ponies instead of horses and walk under the saloon doors makes for a pretty hallucinatory experience.


The Toolbox Murders

Sunday, August 23rd, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

The Toolbox Murders   toolbox poster dvd 84x120 reviews horror Director: Dennis Donnelly
Writer: Neva Friedenn, Robert Easter, and Ann Kindberg
Release Year: 1978

DIY killer.

Mrs. Andrews (Faith McSwain), Debbie (Marciee Drake) and Maria (Evelyn Guerrero) are minding their own business when a psycho with a toolbox comes into their apartment and slays them. The police, represented by Detective Jamison (Tim Donnelly), are baffled because the manager, Vance Kingsley (Cameron Mitchell), assures them that the building is secure and the tenants are decent. The only connection between the killings, and most of those that follow, is the fact that nubile young women are executed with tools, and not the fun kind…