10 To Midnight

Wednesday, March 11th, 2015 by Coventry -

10 To Midnight   10 to midnight dvd CR 83x120 thriller reviews reviews drama Director: J. Lee Thompson
Writer: William Roberts and J. Lee Thompson
Release Year: 1983

10 To Midnight   Offscreen 2015 mini logo thriller reviews reviews drama Hey Charlie, what time is it?

Charles Bronson, Mr. Merciless Vigilante himself, as a rough veteran cop obsessively chasing a psychopath who is some kind of deranged, schizophrenic hybrid between real-life serial killers Richard Speck and Ted Bundy? Well, to me that pretty much sounds like a cinematic dream come true, even more so because the film – especially during the first half hour – has the allure of a typically early ’80s, vile teen-slasher movie!


A Walk Among The Tombstones

Thursday, November 6th, 2014 by Vomitron -

A Walk Among The Tombstones   AWATT onesheet poster 83x120 thriller reviews reviews drama action Director: Scott Frank
Writer: Scott Frank, based on the novel by Lawrence Block
Release year:

Crime does not pay. Or, well, it might for a while, until your money’s gone. Then you’ll get your wife back. In pieces.

Unlicensed private detective Matthew Scudder (Liam Neeson) has been through some rough waters of his own. His reputation draws the attention of a drug trafficking kingpin, who wants to hire Scudder to track down the people responsible for kidnapping his wife. Against better judgement, Scudder accepts the job, leading him onto the trail of two misogynistic serial killers targetting women across the city. When things become more bleak in the process of bringing the culprits to justice, Scudder has the choice to make it a federal matter or join forces with the lesser of two evils: the aid of wealthy criminals, a drug addict and a young vagrant.



Friday, December 11th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

Cry Wolf   cry wolf dvd 84x120 reviews horror Director: Jeff Wadlow
Writer: Beau Bauman & Jeff Wadlow
Release Year: 2005

He should have taken a cue from Peter.

Owen Matthews (Julian Morris) gets sent to a new prep school because he got caught dealing drugs. He meets a cute girl called Dodger (Lindy Booth) who gets him involved in a game the rich kids play that is something like duck-duck-goose, kinda sorta. The game works like poker in that bluffing and calling bluffs are far more important than the hand one has been dealt….


Dust Devil

Friday, June 27th, 2008 by J. Luis Rivera -

Dust Devil   dd00 64x120 reviews horror Director: Richard Stanley
Writer: Richard Stanley
Release Year: 1992

A psychotic mix of horror and western, South African style!

In the early 90s, South African director Richard Stanley was a young director with a short but promising career directing music videos and documentaries. After finishing his first feature length film, the horror and sci-fi hybrid Hardware in 1990, Stanley started working on his dream project: a horror film very loosely based on the Nhadiep, a Namibian mythical serial killer.


Killing Obsession

Monday, December 29th, 2014 by Vomitron -

Killing Obsession   Killing Obsession poster 01 67x120 thriller reviews reviews Director: Paul Leder
Writer: Paul Leder
Release Year: 1994
Benelux title: ‘A Killing Obsession’

A Fabulously Shitty Film!

Albert (John Savage) once killed the mother of a little teenage girl he was in love with. He spent half of his life behind the walls of a mental health institute because of this. Due to lack of funding, Albert is now pronounced cured and ready to enter society again. But of course Albert is still utterly insane, and very much ready to go on a killing spree to get to his beloved little Annie Smith (Kimberly Chase), with only the intelligible Dr. Sachs (John Saxon) determined to stop him.


Let Us Prey

Thursday, March 5th, 2015 by Coventry -

Let Us Prey   Let Us Prey poster 01 84x120 reviews horror Director: Brian O’Malley
Writer: David Cairns and Fiona Watson
Release Year: 2014

Let Us Prey   BIFFF 2014 mini logo1 reviews horror You will meet a tall, bearded stranger with a raincoat…

A mysterious stranger comes wandering into the police precinct of a quiet and remote Irish community. He seems to know an awful lot about the darkest secrets of everyone that is there and clearly intents to mess up their minds beyond repair.


Psycho II

Saturday, June 14th, 2008 by Perfesser Deviant -

Psycho II   psychoii 83x120 thriller reviews reviews horror

Director: Richard Franklin
Writer: Tom Holland
Release Year: 1983

Coming home is hard to do.

More than twenty years after the events of the first film, Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) is released from the asylum and returns to the Bates Motel. Lila Loomis (Vera Miles)—who apparently married her sister’s boyfriend Sam—objects to his release in the strongest possible terms, but Dr. Bill Raymond (Robert Loggia) assures her that Bates is restored to sanity. Others, including Norman himself, are not so sure….


Psycho III

Saturday, June 14th, 2008 by Perfesser Deviant -

Psycho III   psycho3 85x120 thriller reviews reviews horror

Director: Anthony Perkins
Writer: Charles Edward Pogue
Release Year: 1986

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee.

The film opens with novice nun Maureen Coyle (Diana Scarwid) accidentally causing the death of another nun in a scene swiped from Vertigo. She decides to leave the order and catches a ride with general-purpose sleazebag Duane Duke (Jeff Fahey). After being left alone on the road, she finds her way to an out-of-the-way motel run by an interesting man named Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins)….


Psycho IV: The Beginning

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 by Perfesser Deviant -

Psycho IV: The Beginning   psycho4posterlarge 71x120 thriller reviews reviews horror Director: Mick Garris
: Joseph Stefano based on a character by Robert Bloch
Release Year
: 1990

The bad seed sprouts.

Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) calls in to a radio talk show hosted by Fran Ambrose (CCH Pounder) and Dr. Leo Richmond (Warren Frost) to talk about the reason that he killed his mother (here played by Olivia Hussey) and lets slip that he is going to kill again, soon….


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…