When I was younger and far less experienced in the realms of horror there were certain films that I heard secretly spoken about that always sparked my morbid adolescent interest. Of all the genres of movies though it seemed the cannibal films where the most strange and disturbing and therefore the ones I want to […]
Most definitely a cinematic oddity Malatesta’s Carnival of Blood is not just the only film made by Christopher Speeth and Werner Liepolt who served as director and writer sequentially but it was also thought lost for many decades after its release in 1973 where it would have only been seen a few times mainly on […]
Stumble across an old camera (often one which has been bloodied, buried or burned), press play and watch in horror as the happy home movie scenes turn to terrifying images straight out of our worst nightmares…
Troma Entertainment is an American indie film studio that has been running for over 40 years. Known particularly for fun ‘schlock’, Troma has actually had success in a number of different genres although all of their films do have their tongue somewhat in cheek.
Tearing up genre festivals across the globe Mexican psychotropic erotic horror We Are the Flesh has been outraging audiences and gaining rave reviews since last year. With its imminent arrival into our homes I thought it was time I took a look to see if it was as amazing and shocking as people had been […]