Tags : brain damage films

Hellbride (2007)

They say that getting married is one of the most stressful things you can do in your life. But imagine your fiancé was wearing the cursed ring of a long dead, wronged bride with psychopathic tendencies and a hate for anyone getting hitched. That’s one Bridzilla you wouldn’t want to mess with. This is the […]Read More

Awaken the Dead (2007)

Awaken the Dead could have the shortest review ever: Worst. Nu-metal video. Ever. But, seeing as I made the effort to watch it, I might as well say something else. Though, pretty much all you need to know about it is contained within those four words.Read More

Taste of Flesh (2008) Review

Take one gaggle of young co-eds, one crazy chef, one sack-headed cannibal, and mix together in a large, empty warehouse with an incredibly cheap blender. Fold in two cops as the mixture rises and watch it explode into suspense and terror. Or something approximating that, without the suspense or terror.Read More

Hell House: The Book of Samiel (2008)

One thing you can’t call Brain Damage Films is inconsistent. Pretty much releasing anything that includes an unhealthy overdose of blood soaked T and A, they guarantee the most facile of cinematic experiences. Hell House: The Book of Samiel is yet another baffling iniquity from the production company that bought you such frat boy classics […]Read More

Bachelor Party in the Bungalow of the Damned (2008)

Film titles are important. The name of the film can either tell you everything about the movie your about to watch – Texas Chainsaw Massacre, American Werewolf in London – or absolutely nothing – Martin, Cube . Some are explicitly elucidatory – The Birds, The Fog – and others cryptically enticing – Halloween, The Evil Dead. Bachelor […]Read More