A Nightmare on Elm Street

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

A Nightmare on Elm Street   noes poster 5 65x120 reviews horror Director: Wes Craven
Writer: Wes Craven
Release Year: 1984

It’s the stuff that dreams are made of.

Teenagers Nancy Thompson (Heather Langenkamp), Tina Gray (Amanda Wyss), Glen Lantz (Johnny Depp), Rod Lane (Nick Corri) and others are having bad dreams. When they compare their dreams, they find that there’s a creepy guy – who turns out to be Fred Krueger (Robert Englund) – in all of their dreams. Their parents get cagey when they start asking questions and, when the deaths start, it’s clear that something is horribly, horribly wrong….



Sunday, March 8th, 2015 by Coventry -

Asmodexia   Asmodexia poster 01 81x120 reviews horror Director: Marc Carreté
Writer: Mike Hostench and Marc Carreté
Release Year: 2014

Asmodexia   BIFFF 2014 mini logo1 reviews horror Sinister and ambitious exorcism-horror

Elroy de Palma roams around the Barcelona area with his 15-year-old granddaughter Alba in order to perform exorcisms. The phenomenon of demonic possession strangely turned into a kind of virus, vaslty spreading throughout the country. They are also pursued by a sinister sect, who seem particularly interested in capturing Alba.



Monday, December 29th, 2014 by Vomitron -

Conjurer   conjurer affiche 85x120 thriller reviews reviews horror drama Director: Clint Hutchison
Writer: Clint Hutchison and David Yarbrough
Release Year: 2008

Don’t mess with the cabin.

After having suffered a miscarriage, Helen Burnett (Maxine Bahns) and her photographer husband Shawn Burnett (Andrew Bowen) move to a house on the country side. What was intended to be a fresh new chapter in their lives, will soon become frighteningly entangled with the supernatural, as the land comes with a legend of witchery and hauntings.


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.


It Follows

Wednesday, April 1st, 2015 by Vomitron -

It Follows   It Follows poster 01 83x120 reviews horror Director: David Robert Mitchell
Writer: David Robert Mitchell
Release year: 2014

You can run, but you can’t hide.

After a casual sexual encounter on a date, Jay finds herself in a very tight spot. Her one-night-lover comes with a terrifying secret and will leave Jay with a final warning: her untimely death is heading towards her. It can be waiting for her right around the corner. It can manifest when she least expects it. Anywhere. Any time. Any day. Any night.


Meatcleaver Massacre

Monday, February 1st, 2010 by Vomitron -

Meatcleaver Massacre   meatcleaver dvd dutchCR 85x120 reviews horror Director: Evan Lee
Keith Burns & Ray Atherton and Mikos Gyulai & Steve Singer
Release year:

Morak, The Destroyer!

Oh dear, where to begin? I laughed pretty hard with that sequence where the guy’s about to commit suicide and then calls it off because he’s running late for work. But this film is not a comedy. It’s an alledged shock feature that seems to start off as a tame rape/revenge kind of deal, but very quickly heads off in a slightly more supernatural direction, doing anything but firmly pedalling along. And like any child learning how to ride a bicycle can tell you; when you loose pedals and fall on your ass, it hurts.


Miami Golem

Saturday, February 27th, 2010 by Vomitron -

Miami Golem   Miami Golem vhs art 73x120 sci fi reviews horror action Director: Alberto De Martino (as Herbert Martin)
Gianfranco Clerici, Vincenzo Mannino and Alberto De Martino
Release year:

Quite an amazing piece of utter nonsense

Reporter Graig Milford (David Warbeck) has seen it all… Vietnam war crimes, cannibal tribes, political shenanigans and what not else. It’s all fine by him and nowadays he’s comfortable working for television in Miami. After interviewing Dr. Schweiker ‘The Nazi’ (Sergio Rossi) about a scientific breakthrough, involving the solution to a puzzling enigma of genetic engeneering, he gets permission to hang around the lab to shoot some additional footage of the newly bred organism. Milford doesn’t mind, so hanging around the lab is what he does. But an accidental electrocution causes the tiny organism – which looks like strawberry-flavored jelly pudding sprinkled with bits of puke – to die… briefly, as it comes back to life seconds later. But then, suddenly, the room is filled with ghostly imagery and eerie moaning sounds. What the hell? Luckily, Milford still had his camera rolling…



Thursday, January 21st, 2016 by Vomitron -

Primal   Primal 2010 dvd CR 84x120 reviews horror Director: Josh Reed
Writers: Nigel Christensen and Josh Reed
Release Year: 2010

Primeval possession

A field research trip to an Australian forest region has a group of university students stranded near a mountain with mysterious cave drawings. They are about to awaken something from its ancient slumber.



Friday, July 8th, 2011 by Vomitron -

Scalps   scalps dvd cover 82x120 reviews horror Director: Fred Olen Ray
Fred Olen Ray and T.L. Lankford
Release year:

Watching a Fred Olen Ray film is like popping happy pills: They’re not exactly healthy for your brain, but they make you laugh anyway.

Indians. They’re best left alone. They have peaceful ways, but if you hassle them, you’re in for some real trouble. History has taught us that. Even from beyond the grave they can come back for revenge. And taking up residence in the eternal spirit world, gives them great powers. Movies have taught us that. And Fred Olen Ray made one about it.



Wednesday, September 16th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

Shocker   shockerposter 80x120 reviews horror Director: Wes Craven
Writer: Wes Craven
Release Year: 1989

Shocking it is not.

High school football player Jonathan Parker (Peter Berg) has a dream in which a serial killer, Horace Pinker (Mitch Pileggi), kills his foster family. He rushes to the scene only to have his foster father Lt. Don Parker (Michael Murphy) tell him that his dream was true. Pinker is arrested and executed, but, like Freddy Krueger – who Pinker is nothing like, I swear – that only makes him madder and more powerful….