Archive for October, 2004

Ghosthouse

Ghosthouse

| October 9, 2004

Ghosthouse is an Italian/American produced creepier about a little girl who becomes possessed by an evil clown doll which was stolen by her undertaker father from a dead child. Driven into madness by this vile spirit, the pretty young girl violently kills her cat and then turns on her parents with a real sharp knife. […]

Avere Vent’anni [a.k.a., To Be Twenty]

Avere Vent’anni [a.k.a., To Be Twenty]

| October 9, 2004

Two free-wheelin’ young ladies, Lia and Tina (Italian sex starlets Gloria Guida and Lilli Carati), meet and realize they are both “young, beautiful and pissed off” (as they like to tell everyone they meet), so they decide to pair up and enjoy the simplicity and freedom of the hippie lifestyle in 1970’s Italy. They hitchhike […]

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I Drink Your Blood

I Drink Your Blood

| October 4, 2004

“Let it be known, sons and daughters, that Satan was an acidhead! Drink from this cup, cleanse yourselves, and together we’ll all freak out!” That’s how the cult classic B-movie I Drink your Blood begins. A group of homeless devil-worshipping longhairs infiltrate an abandoned mining town and take over a rat-infested farmhouse for the night […]

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A Chronicle of Corpses

A Chronicle of Corpses

| October 3, 2004

A Chronicle Of Corpses is a sparse, talkative creeper that comes off as a mix somewhere between Hammer and Bergman. The film opens in a moody 19th century Gothic sort of way, with fog enshrouded country sides, and eerie moon lit scenery. Before you can take a breath, though, the body count quickly begins adding […]

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Lemora: A Child’s Tale of the Supernatural

Lemora: A Child’s Tale of the Supernatural

| October 3, 2004

I don’t know – sometimes I get to feeling like an old coot, saying things like “They don’t make ’em like they used to.” But, then I get to looking at the stuff like Van Helsing, or Anacondas, or Resident Evil, I can’t help but think that some big studio people have gotten their heads […]

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The Forgotten

The Forgotten

| October 3, 2004

Two hours is a long time to keep an audience’s attention, and so many films fail to do so, but director Joseph Ruben seems to have stumbled upon some secret attention-grabbing element that should be sold in Hollywood. He has managed to take a mediocre plot, terrible dialogue and bad acting and, through terrifying startles […]

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