An ex-con gets out of jail and decides to get back at the world by making friends with filmmakers and making his own snuff films.
Starring Martine Brochard, John Richardson and Ines Pellegrini
A tour bus full of tourists (obviously) are getting picked off one by one on a trip around Europe by a killer whose M.O. is removing their left eye. What could the killer’s motive be and why is this bus still moving after the first murder? I think the trip would be over at that point. Continue reading “Shaun vs. Eyeball (1975)”
Directed by George A. Romero
Starring Jason Beghe, John Pankow, Kate McNeil and Boo the monkey
After getting hit by a car, a quadriplegic man gets a helper monkey from his scientist friend who is actually performing tests on it to make it smarter. The monkey develops feelings for its master and becomes way overprotective, lashing out with jealousy and anger at anyone who gets too close to him. Continue reading “Shaun vs. Monkey Shines (1988)”
The mid-80’s were a tough time for a horror movie, it was a very crowded genre with a new release coming out almost every other week, or so it seemed. It took a lot for a movie to look different from the others, which all look alike after a while. One movie tried to be a little different and that was Sleepaway Camp. Those that have seen it, will always remember it for its shocking ending. It was well received enough to warrant sequels so the series continued on in the even more crowded direct to video market, though without series creator Robert Hiltzik. If you were the type of person looking for boobs and blood in your slasher, the new filmmakers were more than happy to help out with that. After the third film, the series went on a long hiatus until 2008 when the original creator came back to film the last film in the series to date. So click below to share in the strange glory that is the Sleepaway Camp series. Continue reading “Shaun vs. The Sleepaway Camp Series”
A group of teens stay at an old campground and get killed off one by one by a creature in the night. Sounds familiar? Maybe an Italian twist on it can make it better? Click below to find out!