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An Angel For Satan (1966)

‘Don’t you know? I adore violence…’

After a long hot summer, the water level drops in the lake by a remote village and exposes the statue of a beautiful woman. 488 more words

Movie Reviews

Lost River

Here is the trailer of Ryan Gosling’s debut film as a director, starring Christina Hendricks and Saoirse Ronan. 40 more words


"You're Under Arrest, Godammit!"

Sad to say, Erica Gavin didn’t make many movies back in her heyday… certainly not as many as I wish she had (which would be an infinite amount)… but for what it’s worth, the three flicks in which she scored a major role have all been rated “Fresh” at… 441 more words

Crime Time!

Review: "The Pit and the Pendulum" (1961)

“Until now no one has dared to film this…the most diabolical classic of all time!” The films of Roger Corman, mainly his adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe with Vincent Price in starring roles, are a lesson in how to make a horror movie on a shoestring budget without really showing it. 313 more words


Blu-ray Review: Black Sunday (1960)

Distributor: Arrow Video

BBFC Classification: 15

Director: Mario Bava

Starring: Barbara Steele, John Richardson, Andrea Checchi, Ivo Garrani, Arturo Dominici

As much a part of the framework of modern horror as… 702 more words


Review: "Black Sunday" (1960)

“The Undead Demons of Hell Terrorize the World in an Orgy of Stark Horror!” Black Sunday opens up with a very intense scene for 1960: an accused witch (A.I.P and horror stalwart Barbara Steele), about to be burned alive at the stake, has a “Mask of Satan” nailed onto her face while she screams in agony and blood gushes. 388 more words