- 12 mini-reviews from BIFFF 2011 -

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011 by Vomitron -

  12 mini reviews from BIFFF 2011     BIFFF 2011 poster cr 84x120 thriller reviews sci fi reviews horror fantasy drama comedy action Director: The 29th Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival
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  12 mini reviews from BIFFF 2011     BIFFF 2011 minilogo thriller reviews sci fi reviews horror fantasy drama comedy action A brief BIFFF 2011 overview

Your devoted viewer attended 12 theatrical screenings during BIFFF 2011. A mixtures of genres and a variety of topics, with the occasional/obligatory vampires & zombies thrown in the mix. An overview starting with Andy Fetscher‘s second feature ‘Urban Explorer’ and ending with John Carpenter‘s newest ‘The Ward’. Find out & read all about the movies that lie in between, below…


Albino’s and Pig People

Friday, February 20th, 2009 by Sterf -

Albinos and Pig People   albino news No, not in the same flick. Just reporting that soon two new movies will be coming out that sound kinda interesting.

First one being The Pig People which deals with, you guessed it, pig people and stars with such names as Master P. and Lil’ Romeo. I’m not sure I’m supposed to know these names, but I’m more interested in the pigs mutant folk. The plot involves haunted forests, half human half swine mutants, and of course a group of unsuspecting students.

The other flick is called Albino Farm and is about a community of redneck genetically mutated albino’s and what seems to be a must in movies involving mutants, a group of unsuspecting students of course. Coming to a North-American DVD near you somewhere this year.

Which makes me think a movie combining the two might be not a bad idea. Albino Redneck Mutants vs The Pig People (and a group of unsuspecting students) definately sounds like something I’d want to watch.

For more info, check the official websites:

Official Albino Farm website
Official The Pig People website

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!

Monday, February 15th, 2010 by Perfesser Deviant -

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!    Attack of the Killer Tomatoes poster 2 84x120 sci fi reviews horror comedy Director: John De Bello
: John De Bello, C.J. Dillon, Steve Peace & Rick Rockwell
Release Year
: 1978


Tomatoes have turned evil and are eating people. Jim Richardson (George Wilson) is charged to stop this menace and so brings in Mason Dixon (David Miller) and his team, led by Lt. Wilbur Finletter (Rock Peace), to do the deed. Cub reporter Lois Fairchild (Sharon Taylor) gets involved trying to warn the public about the horrors, but instead becomes a part of everything. If this sounds stupid, it is absolutely stupid, cheerfully and gleefully stupid, so stupid that it votes for the Silly Party candidate, and, as such, is a really fun farce….


Forbidden World

Thursday, May 26th, 2011 by Vomitron -

Forbidden World   Forbidden World poster01CR 80x120 sci fi reviews horror Director: Allan Holzman
Tim Curnen, Jim Wynorski and R.J. Robertson
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A world full of pleasures. The guilty kind.

The members of an isolated research facility on a distant planet in a galaxy far, far away have gotten themselves in a bit of trouble. A genetic experiment did not go according plan. These things rarely do go down as planned and scientists will never learn not to meddle with things they shouldn’t be meddling with. Now some alien hybrid-thing is lose and it’s growing. Not only in size, but also with appetite. A federation marshal is sent in to prevent the scientists from becoming late night monster snacks.


The Gene Generation

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009 by Vomitron -

The Gene Generation   gene generation postercr 81x120 sci fi reviews horror action Director: Pearry Reginald Teo
Writer: Keith Collea, based on the comic by Pearry Reginald Teo
Release year: 2007

DNA: Dare Not Alter

The Gene Generation   bifff2009 minilogo sci fi reviews horror action In a not-so-distant, seemingly goth-inspired future, messing with people’s DNA appears to be quite the hot topic. Messing with good intent is one thing, but inevitably good things will always fall into the wrong hands of bad people.


The Hills Have Eyes (1977)

Friday, June 5th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

The Hills Have Eyes (1977)   hillseyes77newdvd 85x120 reviews horror Director: Wes Craven
Writer: Wes Craven
Release Year: 1977

A family film.

The extended Carter clan, led by Big Bob (Russ Grieve) and Ethel (Virginia Vincent), is taking a cross-country trip to Los Angeles with their adult children Brenda (Susan Lanier), Bobby (Robert Houston), Lynne Wood (Dee Wallace) and her husband Doug (Martin Speer) and child as well as the two family dogs, Beauty and Beast. After being warned to stay out of the desert by Fred (John Steadman) , the guy at a dilapidated gas station, they go out into the desert and meet Fred’s boy Jupiter (James Whitworth) and his clan of unfriendly inbred nuclear mutant cannibalistic unwashed desert rats….


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…