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Fear No Evil (1969)

‘How can you fight an abstraction? What defense can you use against the infinite?’ Fear No Evil is a 1969 American made-for-television film directed by Paul Wendkos (From the Dead of Night; Good Against Evil; The Mephisto Waltz) from a screenplay by Richard… Read More ›

Easter Bunny Kill! Kill! (2006)

‘Don’t expect Easter eggs…’ Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill! is a 2006 horror thriller film written and directed by Chad Ferrin (Tales from the Crapper; The Ghouls; Unspeakable). It stars Timothy Muskatell, Ricardo Gray and Charlotte Marie. Review: This low budget shocker… Read More ›

Tomb of Torture (1963)

‘Born murdered!’ Tomb of Torture – aka Metempsyco – is a 1963 Italian horror film directed by Antonio Boccaci [as Anthony Kristye] from a screenplay co-written with Giorgio Simonelli [as Johnny Seemonell]. It stars Annie Alberti, Adriano Micantoni and Marco Mariani. In the US, Richard Gordon distributed… Read More ›

The Other Hell (1980)

‘Say your prayers’ The Other Hell is a 1980 (released 1981) Italian supernatural horror film directed by Bruno Mattei [as Stefan Oblowsky] (Snuff Trap; Cruel Jaws; Hell of the Living Dead) from a screenplay written by Claudio Fragasso (Robowar; Zombie 3; Rats: Night of… Read More ›

Cannibal Ferox (1981)

‘Bizarre human sacrifices! The most violent film ever!’ Cannibal Ferox is a 1981 Italian exploitation horror film written and directed by Umberto Lenzi. It can be considered one of the ‘unholy trinity’ of superior Italian cannibal films, alongside Jungle Holocaust and Cannibal Holocaust. In the US, it was… Read More ›

Demon Witch Child (1975)

Demon Witch Child is a 1975 Spanish horror film directed by Amando de Ossorio, best known for his Blind Dead series of films. Starring Marián Salgado, Julián Mateos, Fernando Sancho and Kali Hansa, the film is generally judged by one of two camps – those… Read More ›

Blacula (1972)

‘Bloodsucker! Deadlier than Dracula!’ Blacula is a 1972 American horror film produced by American International Pictures (AIP). It was directed by William Crain and stars William Marshall in the title role. Blacula was released to mixed reviews in the United States, but was one of the top… Read More ›