– (1995) – During a fierce storm, inhabitants of a large manor talk about and engage in sex while premonitions of death abound. This also has something to do with a ghost and a couple living in the basement, but the whole thing feels like separate films stitched together to form one disjointed softcore porn. Though it moves slowly, it’s not too hard to sit through thanks to sprinkles of blood and a high abundance of nudity.
1,558 total views, 1 views today
– (1971) – Not long after a woman visits her inherited castle vampires start to rise. Begins with the promise of quirky things to come, but after a while the jokes become stale and repetitive. The atmosphere matches classic vampire films, but spoofing their stories isn’t enough to lend enjoyment throughout. Has a few humorous and sleazy spots, but as a whole tends to drag.
2,085 total views, 2 views today
– (2021) – An up and coming artist unleashes a vengeful force upon disbelievers in his community. Works fine as a continuation of the original film while adding a few new arcs of its own. The bloodletting is decent when shown, and though the pace tends to crawl there is an overall sense of accomplishment by the end.
3,186 total views, 2 views today
– (2021) – Small town locals isolate themselves from a killer they believe is a werewolf. Gets off to a fun and vibrant start before crashing into a paltry Agatha Christie clone, where characters end up sitting around pointing fingers at each another. Has humorous moments, but after a while the jokes become forced and repetitive. The atmosphere is strong, yet horror is seriously lacking.
3,096 total views, 2 views today
– (1970) – The spawns of a yeti kidnap men and women to appease their mammoth father. The monster inclusions are goofy enough to laugh at, but all else is rather dull. There’s a lot of character wandering and not nearly enough monster mischief, but enough absurdities make this relatively easy to sit through.
3,178 total views, 2 views today
your a-z guide to obscure & classic horror movies
– (1990) – A reporter who’s dropped into a vat of nuclear waste seeks revenge against those who’ve wronged him. Not very involving from a character standpoint, and the plot is nothing to write home about, but some of the lead’s antics are gruesomely amusing. Not terrible, but terribly lame.
709 total views, 1 views today
– (2010) – A group of friends vacate to a wooded area where a madman in a pig mask kills people. Serves up enough cheesy gore, humor, and smut to make getting past the $1.99 budget a breeze. Has absolutely no artistic value, and stretches itself thin, but is just dumb enough to entertain.
921 total views, 3 views today
– (2002) – A married couple with a truck is hired to contain a genetically enhanced snake. There isn’t much horror, and none of the actions are remotely unique. Moves relatively fast, but is fueled by unoriginal crud.
881 total views, 1 views today
– (2014) – A film crew documents the lives of ancient vampires as they cope with the modern world. Brilliantly exploits every notion of the undead (and reality shows) in laugh-out-loud fashion. Focuses on a variety of observational jokes that destroy the pompous seriousness of the genres in question. One of a kind.
980 total views, 2 views today
– (1988) – A medical researcher travels to a third world country to acquire the secrets of voodoo. Too polished for a movie that’s shot in filth, and too light for a story that deals with death. Not bad, but nothing is entirely believable.
1,157 total views, 3 views today
– (1994) – Some kind of harlequin attacks a specific group of people in excruciatingly unfunny manners. Has nothing resembling a plot, and all attempts at artsy comedy fail miserably. Ugly and far from amusing junk.
1,008 total views, 2 views today
– (1987) – A raped woman presses then drops charges against her assailants. A drawn out and repetitive drama that only presents ties to its title in the final moments. Misleads more than it entertains.
829 total views, 2 views today