[Hubrisween 2015] The Asphyx (1973)

Hubrisween is a yearly event, in which several bloggers review horror and monster movies in alphabetical order leading up to Halloween. During this period, the Web of the Big Damn Spider will suspend its usual policy of focusing exclusively on spider-related materials in order to have enough content to participate. 567 more words



Director of Photography: Peter Newbrook

Director: Robert Hartford-Davis

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The Asphyx (1973)

Congratulations William Castle on directing a Hammer film!  What’s that you say?  The Asphyx isn’t a Hammer film?  William Castle already directed a Hammer film called… 529 more words


The Asphyx (Peter Newbrook, 1973)

“Take a picture, why don’t you? The Asphyx shrieks its way onto a satisfying, if slender, Blu-ray package from Kino Lorber. ”

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Tempting Providence: The Asphyx (1973)

Death is scary. Despite being inextricably bound with life, it has vexed and mystified humanity for as long as we’ve had the capacity to reflect and to wonder. 1,674 more words