Conjurer

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.

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Devil’s Diary

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010 by Perfesser Deviant -

Devils Diary   dsevils diaree 84x120 reviews horror Director: Farhad Mann
Writer
: John Benjamin Martin
Release Year
: 2007

A book more evil than ‘How to be Evil’ by Evilio McEvildoer

Dominique (Alexz Johnson) and her friend Ursula (Magda Apanowicz) find a book at the cemetery which turns out to grant evil wishes when they’re written down in the book. Now, we all know that the best person to give ultimate power to is a teenage girl as they’ll, of course, only use it responsibly….

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Elvira, Mistress Of The Dark

Saturday, February 6th, 2010 by Vomitron -

Elvira, Mistress Of The Dark   Elvira dvdCR 85x120 reviews horror comedy Director: James Signorelli
Writer:
Sam Egan, John Paragon and Cassandra Peterson
Release year:
1988

She’s hot, vulgar… and out for money!

Come to think of it… Given what this website is called, there’s simply no way we can go around Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, without at least giving her a wink (or a tip of the hat if we should happen to wear one). Almost 30 years ago, Cassandra Peterson started her acting career as Elvira. And ever since, she has been bringing a lot more terrific cards to the B-horror table than just her twin ace material. There, since I figured nobody would forgive me if I would not include at least one boob-joke in this review, I’m glad we got that out of the way. Now let’s get down to Elvira’s legacy of the macabre, more specifically this fine highlight, her first feature length film.

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Haxan

Saturday, March 14th, 2009 by Sterf -

Haxan   haxan 86x120 full length movies Director: Benjamin Christensen
Writer: Benjamin Christensen
Release Year: 1922

God may be a DJ, but Satan is a director

Regarded as one of the first cult-films and the first full-length documentary, this Danish silent movie about witchcraft is not one to miss. Don’t be discouraged by the rather dry first chapter of 12 minutes which shows mostly wood carvings and explains some of the rituals and background of medieval superstitions, as afterwards you’ll be rewarded with a great documentary played out with wonderful acting. The director himself plays Satan, seducing maidens and pestering priests, and does a great job at that. Being a very high budget film for its time, it also has some very realistic make-up and special effects.

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Spellbinder

Monday, April 4th, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant -

Spellbinder   Spellbinder poster 78x120 reviews Director: Janet Greek
Writer
: Tracy Tormé
Release Year
: 1988

Never help anyone.

Jeff Mills (Timothy Daly) meets Miranda Reed (Kelly Preston) in a parking lot in which a man is attacking her. Jeff takes Miranda to his home to get her away from her abusive boyfriend and they share a night of passion. They get very close and it’s revealed that Miranda has a past, a past that threatens to end badly for her and Jeff….

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Summer of Fear

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant -

Summer of Fear   summer of fear poster 82x120 reviews horror Director: Wes Craven
Writer: Glenn M. Benest & Max A. Keller based on a book by Lois Duncan
Release Year: 1978
Aka title: Stranger In Our House

When common sense isn’t one of your neighbors.

When Julia Trent’s (Lee Purcell) parents are killed in an accident, she comes to live with her aunt Leslie Bryant (Carol Lawrence) and uncle Tom (Jeremy Slate). At first daughter Rachel (Linda Blair) accepts Julia as a new friend while her older brother Peter (Jeff East) lusts after Julia and her younger brother Bobby (James Jarnigan) doesn’t seem to notice. When Rachel’s horse hates Julia and steals Rachel’s boyfriend Mike Gallagher (Jeff McCracken) and her best friend Carolyn Baker (Fran Drescher), Rachel starts to suspect that her cousin is more than just a bitch….

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