As a fan of the Blaxplotation genre I was more than excited to discover Arrow Video were releasing a rarity from the exploitation genre JD’S Revenge and even better it had a horror twist little did I expect it to be a highly interesting and intellectual tale of revenge, race and undead gangsters.
Screened at FrightFest to celebrate a whole new bunch of Hammer horror releases from StudioCanal in honor of 60 years of the famous British horror studio Demons of the Mind is a 1979 oddity about madness, murder and dark family secrets.
An entertaining slice of supernatural samurai cinema with a great central performance from Meiko Kaji, Blind Woman’s Curse is well worth a look for anyone with an eye for freaky fight filled cult films.
Having been a huge fan of anime when it was launched on the unsuspecting United Kingdom in the early 90’s by Manga Entertainment I spent my teenage years watching bike chasses through Neo-Tokyo, head exploding fist fights and tentacles going places they really shouldn’t go. The one film I never saw during this heady period […]
For the second year in a row we where lucky enough to be involved with the fantastic Unrestricted View Horror Film Festival which ran across Halloween from 30th October to the 5th November. And like last year our exclusive Unrestricted Views interviews returned giving a vital insight into the talent behind the terror.