– (2022) – A small crew making an adult film encounter an old couple who don’t appreciate their morals. Feels a bit sluggish overall, but amid the deliberate pace are some great moments of eye candy and greater moments of gore. Features nothing new character-wise, but this is both shocking and sad in a genuinely creepy way.
265 total views, 25 views today
– (2022) – A married couple with a troubled past become lost at sea. A horrendous survival outing that pits an overdramatic character and an under dramatic character in situations already seen in Open Water and, man oh man, does their dialog stink. Ignore the shark attack promo art since this is merely about the endurance of a really bad actress. A shark does emerge by the end, but like everything before its arrival more comedy is instilled than fear.
379 total views, 32 views today
– (1931) – A penniless musician hypnotizes a young woman in order to control her voice, but he can’t get her to love him. A strange and ultimately sad study of a man who can never fulfill the matters of his heart no matter how hard he tries. The plot itself is mildly absorbing, but is outshined by standout scenery, quite a few funny lines, and a fantastic lead in John Barrymore.
459 total views, 31 views today
– (1984) – Someone’s picking off random women at a dance academy. Gets off to a bombastically cheesy start, from shoddy dancing to a gratuitous death. Runs into a wall shortly thereafter, and becomes a mundane drama of common police procedures. By the end the tame kills become repetitive, taking away from the expected gore often associated with Lucio Fulci.
781 total views, 32 views today
– (1989) – A metal head offers drugs to women before killing them. Doesn’t exactly have a plot, as this mainly consists of one murder after another amid odd musical interludes and brief police inclusions. Never rises above crud, but does paint a picture of the ’80s at its most putrid level.
774 total views, 30 views today
your a-z guide to obscure & classic horror movies
– (1997) – Three kids take a magical hairball to an underwater city where giant creatures vigorously fight over them. Has a lot going on and most always holds attention, but there’s only so many scenes of monster action one can handle. Repetitious, to say the least, but still provides some impressive fun.
1,078 total views, 7 views today
– (2010) – In an alternate future, people are genetically enhanced to not show emotion in their provided social status, but some oppose this action. Does an okay job attempting a dystopian look from a technological standpoint, but the budget is simply too small to make it fully work. The story is a pitiful blend of confusion and characters who lack any sort of emotional significance.
1,350 total views, 6 views today
– (2009) – A group of friends vacate to a wooded cabin where a masked killer lurks. Amusing early on, but the characters and jokes quickly beat themselves to death. Sometimes funny and creative, but mostly annoying.
1,543 total views, 5 views today
– (2015) – Big wasps become bigger wasps when they bore into humans and tear their way out. A small scale outing that mainly features a few characters trying to outlast a monster invasion from within a mansion. The cutesy banter between the leads is as familiar as the mayhem around them, but some jokes work and the pace is brisk.
1,374 total views, 6 views today
– (1982) – A girl is resurrected two years after her death and feeds on the living with help from her best friend. Doesn’t develop the plot or characters past simplicity, but always holds attention while packing in gore.
1,143 total views, 9 views today
– (1987) – A private detective leaves behind a trail of dead bodies on his way from a Poughkeepsie asylum to the voodoo depths of Louisiana. Engrossing from the start and steadily paced throughout, with great highlights in atmosphere and acting. The climax, however, borders on silly.
1,796 total views, 9 views today
– (2007) – A group of semi-friends enter an attraction where imagined fears become real. Takes itself too seriously, as none of the fears are established through anything but lame transitions. Has professional moments, but the overall story and its progressions are sheer garbage.
1,452 total views, 6 views today
– (1991) – Male and female barbarians search for one another when separated by a savage. Has hardly any dialog, and no trace of meaning, but moves fast and packs in a variety of cheap ideas and cheaper monsters.
1,305 total views, 6 views today