The nazisploitation sub-genre was one of the branches of exploitation cinema which saw a growing market for this taboo kind of sleaze, most prominently in the 1970’s. These types of movies involved themes of degradation, perversion and sexual humiliation and the majority of them fell under the “women in prison” banner.
Arrow Video strikes again with a couple of killer Giallo’s from Emilio Miraglia with vengeance filled nuptial nightmare The Night Evelyn Came out of the Grave and the excellent The Red Queen Kills Seven Times both coming in gorgeous 2K transfers befitting the lush visuals on offer.
Written and directed by first time feature maker Ben Parker, Chamber is a claustrophobic thriller set in one of the smallest and most dangerous spaces imaginable, aboard a small submersible craft deep in the middle of the ocean.
If you happened to start watching The Love Witch with no prior knowledge you would instantly believe you had stumbled onto a hidden vintage horror gem from the era of sexploitation, low-budget horror and American soap operas.
FrightFest 2016 had its highs and lows but by far the film that stayed with me well after the fantastic festival ended and right up until now was Pet. Directed by Spaniard Carles Torrens and penned by The Exorcist TV series creator Jeremy Slater it is a mind blowing horror featuring a pair of pitch […]