Herschell Gordon Lewis is considered by many as Godfather of Gore having created the splatter sub-genre of horror popularising it with movies like Two Thousand Maniacs! (1964), Color Me Blood Red (1965), A Taste of Blood (1967) and the first ever splatter movie Blood Feast made way back in 1963.
WARNING: Contains Mild Spoilers On Halloween night, in the dark, dank depths of New York City, an ominous killer clown named Art, terrorises three women to brutal extremes.
Another release from StudioCanal’s stupendous Hammer Horror series, Blood from the Mummy’s Tomb may not be familiar to many but the name of the author whose story The Jewel of the Seven Stars it is an adaptation of most definitely will be being that it is by the father of Dracula himself Bram Stoker.
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.