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Helga She Wolf Of Stilberg – Alain Garnier (Maison Rouge)

Helga She Wolf Of Stilberg – Alain Garnier (Maison Rouge)

Waiting impatiently for the next series of Orange Is The New Black and Wentworth? If you lived during the 70’s and 80’s it was pretty much the same with our limited TV channels and programmes like Prisoner Cell Block H and Tenko. However what many.. Read More
Female Vampire – Jess Franco (Maison Rouge)

Female Vampire – Jess Franco (Maison Rouge)

Film collectors may well remember Odeon Entertainment, the company who among many other titles delivered Witchfinder General and Blood On Satan’s Claw to the Blu-Ray format in the UK. Re-established as Screenbound they have gone and set up not 1 but 2 new cult labels... Read More
Fright Night – Tom Holland (Eureka)

Fright Night – Tom Holland (Eureka)

There was no shortage of non-glittery bloodsuckers pulling in thirsty crowds at the flicks in the 80’s. The likes of Joel Schumacher’s The Lost Boys, Kathryn Bigelow’s Near Dark and Tony Scott’s The Hunger proved that a fascination with all things fanged and undead had.. Read More
Psychotronic Scents

Psychotronic Scents

Wondering what on earth to get the ghoul who has everything this upcoming festering season? Well although we are not one to plug products, our friends at Psychotronic have brewed such a fiendishly clever idea, one that no self-respecting horror fan should be without, we.. Read More
Creepy – Kiyoshi Kurosawa (Eureka)

Creepy – Kiyoshi Kurosawa (Eureka)

If you look up Japanese serial killers on Wiki there’s a paltry list of just 13 of them, considering the population you would have expected a lot more. Compared to the likes of the USA and indeed the UK, Japan fades into near insignificance although.. Read More
The Killing Of America – Renan & Schrader (Severin)

The Killing Of America – Renan & Schrader (Severin)

A somewhat curious anomaly of its time the Mondo film was something that was pretty much spearheaded by Italian explorers and documentary makers Gualtiero Jacopetti and Franco E. Prosperi with 1962 film Mondo Cane. They really opened the floodgates paving the way of giving voyeuristic.. Read More
Train To Busan - Sang-ho Yeon (Studio Canal)

Train To Busan – Sang-ho Yeon (Studio Canal)

When the living dead started rising and feasting on human flesh most of the historical emphasis in recording what happened featured campaigns in the USA and Europe. Apart from brief mentions, events in the rest of the world were a bit of a mystery. But.. Read More
The Burning – Tony Maylam (Arrow)

The Burning – Tony Maylam (Arrow)

Don’t look; he’ll see you. Don’t breathe; he’ll hear you. Don’t move; you’re dead!  That immortal line is the only real way to start this review of classic 1981 stalk and slasher The Burning. On announcement that Arrow were releasing this uncut in a limited.. Read More
Tales Of Halloween – Various (Arrow)

Tales Of Halloween – Various (Arrow)

Ye olde anthology horror film is the equivalent of the short story and something that has never completely gone out of fashion. It’s not as easy to deliver a shock when you have to do it in such a short sharp fashion and it means.. Read More
Stigmata - Rupert Wainwright (Eureka)

Stigmata – Rupert Wainwright (Eureka)

I have fond memories of this as it was actually one of the first of those new-fangled DVD’s I remember picking up. No doubt I was late to the game as I didn’t want to let go of those lovely big hunks of plastic VHS.. Read More
We Are The Flesh – Emiliano Rocha Minter (Arrow)

We Are The Flesh – Emiliano Rocha Minter (Arrow)

Mexico might not be the first place that you think of as a country prolific in making genre cinema. However with the high profile output of Guillermo del Toro whose career started with the excellent vampire flick Cronos in 1993 there has certainly been a.. Read More
The Bloodstained Butterfly – Duccio Tessari (Arrow)

The Bloodstained Butterfly – Duccio Tessari (Arrow)

There’s little danger of running out of giallo film for release in this country such was the huge proliferation of them to flood Italy after the massive success of Dario Argento’s directorial full length feature The Bird With The Crystal Plumage (1970). Although the most.. Read More