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Wishmaster – Robert Kurtzman (Vestron Video)

Wishmaster – Robert Kurtzman (Vestron Video)

“Master! Apprentice! Heartborne, 7th Seeker Warrior! Disciple! In me the Wishmaster.” Ah no wrong section, get thee out of here Nightwish! Actually only the mighty belong and that’s Motorhead who get the closing credits song, but let’s go back and start at the beginning. I.. Read More
The Gate - Tibor Takács (Vestron Video)

The Gate – Tibor Takács (Vestron Video)

Anyone who used to hunt through the shelves of the old video rental stores in the 80’s will no doubt remember the label and the logo that was Vestron Video. It was their horror films that if you are reading this you have fond memories.. Read More
In the Fade - Fatih Akin  (Magnolia Pictures)

In the Fade – Fatih Akin (Magnolia Pictures)

AKA  Real Life Horror  Original title:  Aus dem Nichts  (out of nowhere) There is a Stoic practise connected to the Latin phrase memento mori (remember death). It’s not a practise for the faint-hearted. The practitioner is asked to remind him- or herself, actively, every day,.. Read More
Unchained Melody:  The Films Of Meiko Kaji – Tom Mes (Arrow)

Unchained Melody: The Films Of Meiko Kaji – Tom Mes (Arrow)

I am sure I am not alone but after watching the film and all the extras I always read the booklet that goes with them before putting back on the shelf. Not all Blu-Ray companies bother with these but Arrow are one that does go.. Read More
Ben – Phil Karlson (Second Sight)

Ben – Phil Karlson (Second Sight)

Hot on the heels of Willard in 1972 Ben follows on directly from where its predecessor finished. Due to events of the previous film Ben and his rat pack are forced to move. They have detectives, cops, local cats and hoards of people aware of.. Read More
Willard – Daniel Mann (Second Sight)

Willard – Daniel Mann (Second Sight)

I was watching favourite Grindhouse movie I Drink Your Blood (David Durston 1970) recently and the extras connected it with these films mentioning that they shared some cast members. I would normally have known this but we are not talking about humans here but the.. Read More
Capture Kill Release - Nick McAnulty, Brian Stewart (Eureka)

Capture Kill Release – Nick McAnulty, Brian Stewart (Eureka)

There’s some sickos out there. One thing people are always going to be fascinated in is murder, an act that most will only experience themselves thankfully second hand in the news and on film. It’s a fascination that has led to a huge interest in.. Read More
The Evil Within – Andrew Getty (Screenbound)

The Evil Within – Andrew Getty (Screenbound)

“The young man stepped into the hall of mirrors where he discovered a reflection of himself Even the greatest stars discover themselves in the looking glass.” The shining star in question here is director Andrew Getty of the famous Getty dynasty; oil heir and philanthropist.. Read More
The Amityville Horror – Stuart Rosenberg (Second Sight)

The Amityville Horror – Stuart Rosenberg (Second Sight)

I guess if you went out Family Fortune’s style and asked the average person on the street to name a haunted house it wouldn’t be long before Amityville popped up. The name is embedded in popular culture, due firstly to the best-selling book written by.. Read More
The Entity - Sidney J. Furie (Eureka)

The Entity – Sidney J. Furie (Eureka)

Growing up in the 70’s and 80’s with a really unhealthy fascination in the supernatural; ghosts, hauntings and things that generally made very loud bumps in the night, meant being really caught between a rock and a hard place. It was the golden age of.. Read More
Elsa Fraulein SS – Patrice Rhomm (Maison Rouge)

Elsa Fraulein SS – Patrice Rhomm (Maison Rouge)

More disreputable sleaze from the Eurociné stable here and it’s obvious that Screenbound Entertainment who have been releasing these films under the Maison Rouge and Black House imprint scored a veritable job lot. The French production company was responsible for putting out a stack of.. Read More
Crimson – Juan Fortuny (Black House)

Crimson – Juan Fortuny (Black House)

I’m not sure why but I always thought of this film as being helmed under the directorship of Paul Naschy and it’s not really surprising due to his prolific stamp over Spanish cinema as both actor and director and indeed he does play a central.. Read More