There is no doubting Dario Argento is a master of horror with classics like Suspiria, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage and Tenebre all hailed by film experts, filmmakers and fans alike as true genre masterpieces but what is it about his movies that really gets under our skin and stays there?
When I was given the opportunity to review the first episode of a brand new supernatural drama airing on BBC One and Netflix I jumped at the chance and after finishing the first hour of Requiem I can’t wait for the rest to be broadcast.
The Premonition directed by Robert Allen Schnitzer and written by Anthony Mahon and Louis Pastore came out in 1976 the same year as Brian De Palma terrific crazy telekinetic horror Carrie. Sharing some similarities it seems The Premonition remained relatively unknown until that is Arrow got hold of it for a brand new Blu-ray release.
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 […]
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.