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Twitch of the Death Nerve

Video Nasty #5 of 72

Year of Release: 1971
Directed by: Mario Bava
Run Time: 84 minutes
Alternate Titles:  Originally titled Reazione a catena (Chain Reaction), also released as A Bay of Blood, Blood Bath, Bloodbath Bay of Death, The Antecedent, Ecology of a Crime, Last House on the Left Part II, and New House on the Left. 1,380 more words


Cheeseball Cinema: Blood Widow (2014)

I was honestly going to use this film for something else, but after watching it, I felt there was no other place for it. That only place is Cheeseball Cinema where some of the words best attempts at legit horror films just turn into this. 347 more words


Review - Halloween II

Title: – Halloween II

Director: – Rick Rosenthal

Country: – USA

Year: - 1981

Taking place mere minutes after the events of the first film, Halloween II sees Jamie Lee Curtis return as Laurie Strode, the lone survivor who is wheeled into an ambulance and taken to Haddonfield Memorial Hospital following the brutal murder of her three friends. 1,044 more words


We need more flesh! ‘Quad X Porn Movie Massacre’ – movie review

“The world’s first mockumentary-slasher-comedy about adult film stars.”  Sounds simple enough, right?  Wrong.  Remember in a previous review of mine for Borgman I couldn’t say enough how confusing it was?  517 more words

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FRIDAY THE 13th: THE ORPHAN (1977) – H.H. Munro must have turned over in his grave at this adaptation of one of his short stories. This quasi-horror film was re-released in 1979 as just… 862 more words

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Let’s Hop sh*t up ‘Bunnyman Massacre’ DVD release details

Premiering on Chiller TV this past Easter was the follow up to the cult hit Bunnyman, Bunnyman Massacre or Bunnyman 2. Well it is coming home on DVD courtesy of Midnight Releasing this summer and should hit the shelves on August 12th. 433 more words

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Mel's 5 Second Review: Maniac

(2013) Elijah Wood, Nora Arnezeder, Megan Duffy, Jan Broberg Felt, Joshua de la Garza, America Olivo, Liane Balaban, and Genevieve Alexandra

The “see through the eyes of the killer” aspect was interesting, and well done, but unfortunately it was the only thing this picture had going for it. 108 more words