Year: 1974. Director: Paul Maslansky. Cast: Marki Bey, Robert Quarry, Don Pedro Colley, Zara Cully, Charles Robinson. Themes: Voodoo, Hoodoo, blaxploitation, revenge killings, zombies. Blaxploitation/horror was never an extensive sub-genre of film. The most remembered films from this period… Read More ›
The BFI Presents: Nosferatu the Vampyre, Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht (1979) Limited Edition Steelbook Review.
‘All of my films, maybe you have seen any, come out from pain- that’s the source, that is where they come from, not from pleasure’- Werner Herzog (Documentary on the making of Nosferatu- 1979). Out this week, in stunning high… Read More ›
REVIEW BY CHRIS CUMMINGS. Bloodsucking Freaks opens with a woman strapped to a wooden chair and having a torture device attached to her hand before a metal rod is driven through her thumb, causing her to scream out loudly as… Read More ›
Arrow Video Presents DVD/Blu-ray Combo: Blind Woman’s Curse, The Tattooed Swordswoman, Kaidan nobori ryû (1970).
The story. The story begins with Akemi Tachibana (Meiko Kaji) embroiled in a furious sword fight with an unknown male aggressor. She kills the man- after his sister gets involved and is caught in the crossfire (the sister accidently getting… Read More ›
The story. Elisa is a sophisticated woman; affluent, beautiful and very much in control of her own life. She lives in a trendy Madrid apartment and as well as having a much younger lover, Tony, she visits London once a… Read More ›
BY MAREK Z. “I am the Italian cinema’s last zombie” (Lucio Fulci, 1996) Hack, Misogynist. Genius. Master of gore, the director Lucio Fulci (1927 – 1996) seems to invoke a myriad of opinions in reference to his style, personality… Read More ›
The story. Three girls, Simone, Sheri and Corrine, are heading out for a new life in Sunny Las Vegas when they take a shortcut across the desert in their beaten up vehicle. In line with all good horrors, the car… Read More ›