“Mr. Horror Presents”

Wednesday, May 13th, 2009 by Vomitron -

Mr. Horror Presents   mr horror presents banner news

Mr. Horror Presents   jan doense pic 216x300 news Mr. Horror aka Jan Doense is known as the foremost horror guru of The Netherlands and Belgium. In everyday life he’s a filmmaker and film journalist and has been for many years the driving force behind the Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival (formerly The Weekend of Terror). He also witnessed the births of The Night of Bad Taste (aka “De Nacht van de Wansmaak“), The All-Night Horror Show and the Dutch fanzine Shocking News (aka “Schokkend Nieuws”).

On the “Mr. Horror Presents” label he brings together some of his personal favorites: a collection of (modern) horror classics that were previously unreleased on DVD in the Benelux countries.

Mr. Horror Presents   living colour minilogo news The DVDs are distributed by Living Colour Entertainment.

Blue Sunshine

Friday, August 5th, 2011 by Fawn Krisenthia -

Blue Sunshine   blue sunshine dvd cover 82x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Jeff Lieberman
Jeff Lieberman
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Bald Rage!

Blue Sunshine   Mr Horror minilogo thriller reviews reviews horror A man appears to lose his mind (along with his hair) and goes on a mad killing spree. When Jerry Zipkin (Zalman King), a young man in his 30s, is wrongly accused of being the murderer, he sets out to do his own investigation while eluding police.


Dario Argento & Don Coscarelli

Thursday, April 1st, 2010 by Vomitron -

Dario Argento & Don Coscarelli   Jan Doense pic 86x120 news Dario Argento & Don Coscarelli   Mr Horror minilogo news Mr. Horror Presents: Films by Dario Argento & Don Coscarelli

4 New Region 2 DVD releases with Dutch & French subtitles

Dario Argento & Don Coscarelli   Living colour minilogo news Dario Argento‘s Terror At The Opera (1987) and Inferno (1980)

Don Coscarelli‘s Phantasm (1979)  & Phantasm II (1988)

See cover art and release dates below…



Wednesday, November 12th, 2008 by Anna McKibben -

Intruder   intruder frontdvd 83x120 reviews horror Director: Scott Spiegel
Writer: Scott Spiegel, from a story by Lawrence Bender
Release Year: 1989

Say it ain’t so, Produce Joe!”

Intruder   mr horror minilogo reviews horror The night crew at a small grocery store is getting picked off like so much fresh produce, but who is doing the harvesting?



Wednesday, August 31st, 2011 by J. Luis Rivera -

Naboer   IMG 83x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Pål Sletaune
Pål Sletaune
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Next Door

Naboer   Mr Horror minilogo thriller reviews reviews horror Wild kinky fun with the sexy girls next door.

John is having a hard time with his girlfriend Ingrid leaving him. When his neighbor Anne shows up in his hallway, asking for a helping hand in her apartment, John also meets her sister Kim. The two girls will offer John the kind of distraction he wasn’t exactly anticipating…


Nos Miran

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010 by J. Luis Rivera -

Nos Miran   Nos Miran front 83x120 thriller reviews reviews horror drama Director: Norberto López Amado
Jorge Guerricaechevarría based on a novel by Javier García Sánchez
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English title:
They Are Watching Us

A descent into madness: Spanish Gothic Style

Nos Miran   Mr Horror minilogo thriller reviews reviews horror drama Spain’s horror film industry had a huge comeback in the 90′s with directors such as Álex de la Iglesia, Jaume Balagueró and specially, Alejandro Amenábar; a new generation of young directors demonstrating that there was a lot more going on in Spain’s cinema besides Pedro Almodóvar‘s already famous melodramas. The nightmarish nights and the urban decay of Spain’s big cities, the grim and ghostly memories of the country’s troubled past and in particular, that characteristic black humor that Spaniards domain very well. These have become the main ingredients of that tasty mix producing the dark fantasies of Spain’s new horror films.



Thursday, December 11th, 2014 by Anna McKibben -

Pin   Pin dvd front 82x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Sandor Stern
Writer: Sandor Stern, based on a novel by Andrew Neiderman
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Oh dear… it looks like Leon’s been playing with his doll again…

Pin   Mr Horror minilogo thriller reviews reviews horror A boy’s best friend may not be his mother, but rather a mannequin named Pin. Just the normal way of life for the Linden children… until Pin starts taking on a life of his own.


Satan’s Little Helper

Friday, September 4th, 2009 by Coventry -

Satans Little Helper   Satan front 83x120 reviews horror comedy Director: Jeff Lieberman
Writer: Jeff Lieberman
Release year: 2004

Jeff Lieberman is still The Man!

Satans Little Helper   Mr Horror minilogo reviews horror comedy On Halloween, the 9-year-old Douglas encounters a mysterious man dressed in black. He mistakes him for Satan, the hero from his favorite computergame. Promptly douglas offers his services as an assistant. Satan doesn’t mind a little help, as he’s currently going on a murder spree throughout the small town…


The Unknown

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009 by Vomitron -

The Unknown   the unknown dvdcover 83x120 sci fi reviews horror Director: Michael Hjorth
Writers: Michael Hjorth and Tomas Tivemark
Release year: 2000
Swedish title:
Det Okända

Who goes there?

The Unknown   mr horror minilogo sci fi reviews horror A group of five biologists travels up to Norrland, situated in the northern part of Sweden, to investigate a burned down forest region. During their first scout, they find a strangely deformed cadaver of a small, unidentifiable creature. Taking it back to their camp site was the first mistake they made…


Two Evil Eyes

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011 by J. Luis Rivera -

Two Evil Eyes   Two Evil Eyes front cover 83x120 reviews horror Director: George A. Romero and Dario Argento
George A. Romero, Dario Argento, Franco Ferrini and Peter Koper, based on stories by Edgar Allan Poe
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Italian title:
Due Occhi Diabolici

Two Evil Eyes   Mr Horror minilogo reviews horror Two different movies with two different results

For the vast majority of horror fans, filmmakers Argento, Romero, Carpenter and Craven are very well respected figures in the history of horror cinema, having shaped the genre in the last half of the 20th century. And for many amongst that vast majority of horror fans, the idea of a project involving the four of them is certainly an immensely attractive one.