I am very glad I waited for this new restoration of Don’t Torture a Duckling because it is tremendous and you can save some time and buy it now.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Don’t Torture a Duckling – Arrow Video"
When watching a film, nay flick, of this caliber one may consider scoring on a curve. I did not and this score is a little baffling.Read more "DVD Review – Suffer, Little Children – Severin Films"
I am an unrepentant fan of Susperia and I’m lucky to have been able to watch this restoration in the theater and that I got to share it with some friends.Read more "Theatrical Review – Suspiria – Synapse Films"
Effects Director: Dusty Nelson Screenplay: Dusty Nelson Minutes: 84 Year: 1980 Score: 7.13 Release: AGFA A couple of weeks ago a trustworthy genre fan said this film was coming out. I saw Tom Savini and Joe Pilato, I watched the trailer, and I pre-ordered immediately. From AmericanGenreFilm.com: Cobbled together with loose change by George Romero’s […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – Effects – AGFA"
Holy, holy, cats, readers. This flick is bonkers good and I will tell you why but I’ll gladly say “recommend” now, before I go any further. Buy it.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Evil Ed – Arrow Video"
What we have here is a two-film set of Giallos from Arrow Video, both directed by Emilio Miraglia and both, technically, giallos.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Killer Dames: Two Gothic Chillers – Arrow Video"
I have watched several Hollywood remakes of Asian horror but I had never seen their originals. My very short opinion is that this flick is very creepy. Cheers to Arrow Video for making Pulse available in the states.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Pulse – Arrow Video"
Bird with the Crystal Plumage Director: Dario Argento Screenplay: Dario Argento Minutes: 98 Year: 1970 Score: 7.53 Release: Arrow Video If I ever make a movie I can only dream that it will be as good of a first film as Dario Argento’s Bird with the Crystal Plumage. Anything that may be clunky can easily […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – Bird with the Crystal Plumage – Arrow Video"
Madhouse Director: Ovidio Assonitis Screenplay: Ovidio G. Assonitis, Stephen Blakeley, Peter Sheperd, and Roberto Gandus Minutes: 93 Year: 1981 Score: 5.8 Release: Arrow Video Let’s talk about evil twins, or Spook’s Beard, if you will. Is it cheap, melodramatic, or a bad choice? Perhaps, heck yeah, and Nope. In the past six months I have […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – Madhouse"
Sometimes you can sum up a film in a single shot and a viewer who will undoubtedly become a fan will see it and press play.Read more "Blu-ray Review – Brain Damage"