Nightmare Detective 2

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009 by Vomitron -

Nightmare Detective 2   nd2 poster 84x120 thriller reviews reviews horror drama Director: Shinya Tsukamoto
Writer: Hisakatsu Kuroki and Shinya Tsukamoto
Release year: 2008

The world’s nightmares, on one man’s shoulders.

Nightmare Detective 2   bifff2009 minilogo thriller reviews reviews horror drama Terrifying acts inflicted on fellow student Kikukawa are about to have deadly consequences for Yukie and her friends. Now she can only pray that The Nightmare Detective will live up to his reputation and stop the events which have been set in motion.


No Right Turn

Thursday, February 18th, 2010 by Vomitron -

No Right Turn   NRT dvd coverCR 82x120 thriller reviews romance reviews fantasy drama comedy Director: David Noel Bourke
David Noel Bourke
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Heads or Tails

Johnny (Tao Hildebrand) and Nina (Laura Bach) are quite the happily married couple. He’s a smalltime drug dealer with an unhealthy addiction to the goods. She’s a former-prostitute turned actress. Or so she told him. Johnny has big dreams of his own. Nina has plans of her own too. This can’t go right, can it?


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.



Saturday, May 23rd, 2009 by Vomitron -

Shuttle   shuttle poster 84x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Edward Anderson
Writer: Edward Anderson
Release year: 2008

It’s much safer to hitchike these days

Jules and Mel just arrived at the airport after having spent a holiday abroad. It’s late at night and they’re in need of a ride home. Unfortunately, the two girls pick out the one shuttle bus they shouldn’t have, as their friendly driver will take them on a trip leading them anywhere but home…


STS#5: Alma

Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 by Red Steele -

STS#5: Alma   Alma title screen 300x168 video Director: Rodrigo Blaas
Writer: Rodrigo Blaas
Release Year: 2009
Running Time: 5 min 30 sec
Country: USA/Spain

Share the Scare — Sharing the Short

When Alma plays alone once again, things will never be the same.



Tuesday, March 26th, 2013 by Vomitron -

Symptoms   symptoms poster01 83x120 reviews horror Director: José Ramón Larraz
José Ramón Larraz, Stanley Miller and Thomas Owen
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Symptoms   Offscreen 2013 minilogo reviews horror Living alone in the woods is not conducive for your mental health.

After some time of seperation, Helen (Angela Pleasance) invites her friend Anne (Lorna Heilbron) to her idyllic mansion on the British country side. Little does Anne know that the estate has its secrets, all of which seem to revolve around Helen’s mysterious persona.


The Absent

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011 by Vomitron -

The Absent   th absent poster b 77x120 thriller reviews reviews horror drama Director: Sage Bannick
Damon Abdallah, Ari Bernstein and Sage Bannick
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The curse of prediction

In the quiet mountain town of Liberty, the youngsters of the local high school seem to have made it onto someone’s death list. Science teacher Vincent Burton (Bryan Kirkwood) finds himself wrapped up in the murder mystery soon enough and together with Sheriff John Jackson (Samuel Ball) he’ll have to put a stop to the murders.


The Bat

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 by Jamhorner -

The Bat   the bat 75x120 full length movies Director: Crane Wilbur
Crane Wilbur based on a story written by Avery Hopwood & Mary Roberts Rinehart
Release Year: 1959

The next scream you hear may be your own!

On a dark and stormy night, two women are trapped inside a mansion with a crazed killer, known only as The Bat. As the two women try to hide from The Bat, outside the police are looking for a million-dollar stash that was stolen from a nearby bank. Can the police find the money in time before it’s lost forever and can they rescue the women before The Bat kills them both? It’s easy to see that this movie is a great mystery thriller but I think it serves as a great slasher movie as well.


The Cat and the Canary

Monday, March 19th, 2012 by Coventry -

The Cat and the Canary   the cat and the canary 81x120 reviews horror comedy Director: Paul Leni
Alfred A. Cohn and Robert F. Hill based on the play by John Willard
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The Cat and the Canary   Offscreen 2012 mini logo reviews horror comedy Spoken words fail to describe the charm of this silent classic

When a millionaire dies, his greedy relatives are gathered in his old spooky house. When the clock strikes midnight, the will is scheduled to be read. And they’ll be in for a treat.


The Creeping Garden

Friday, March 4th, 2016 by Vomitron -

The Creeping Garden   06 The Creeping Garden FB 79x120 reviews documentary Directors: Tim Grabham and Jasper Sharp
Writers: Tim Grabham and Jasper Sharp
Release Year: 2014

The Creeping Garden   Offscreen 2015 mini logo reviews documentary The Secret Garden

Stop watching the skies. Prepare to enter a world unlike you’ve ever encountered, as documentary makers Jasper Sharp and Tim Grabham invite you to look down into the weird and fascinating realm of… Well, simply read on and discover for yourself.