Archive for Horror

Zombie Women of Satan [2009]

Posted in Reviews with tags , , , , , , on March 19, 2011 by gnojne cice


 

  New low budget horrors are usually awful, only trying to be grindhouse but actually being pretty tame, moderate violence and especially nudity. And they have a lot of fucking bras. Brassieres, fuck you! I’d rather see a woman fully clothed, then see her wearing a bra while we should all pretend that she’s naked, only ’cause it was the filmmakers neighbor, so she wanted to show no tits. But I saw some stills from this movie and saw a lot of tits, some gore. Also, I saw that MPAA twats rated it for strong sexuality and nudity. The only thing they’re good for, checking if movie has tits. This poster is delicious, don’t you just love veiny tits? Actually, veins improve any body part, be that arm or penis or whatever. Only rectums are definitely not improved by big veins. Continue reading

Deranged: Confessions of a Necrophile [1974]

Posted in Reviews with tags , , , , on February 25, 2011 by gnojne cice


 

  In 1960, a real murderer, a grave robber, supposedly a necrophile and a cannibal, Ed Gein was inspiration behind Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. Fourteen years later a case of collective consciousness made two separate films, one being Tobe Hooper’ The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, another classic horror, and the other, less known and more truthful, Deranged, subtitled Confessions of a Necrophile in the USA. Bob Clark, the director of another horror classic and a personal favourite, Black Christmas, when asked to direct the film, refused, saying the script is too disturbing, and accepted only to produce it under a pseudonym. Also features effects by Tom Savini, who rose to some mainstream fame acting in Robert Rodriguez’ From Dusk Till Dawn and Planet Terror, but where’s he really good is makeup and special effects, working on George A. Romero’s Day of the Dead and more. You too hyped, or is it just me? Continue reading

Dr. Renault’s Secret [1942]

Posted in Reviews with tags , , , , , , , on February 15, 2011 by gnojne cice


 

  An WW2 horror mystery with a really lame poser, cast and crew not ringing any bells. Movie is weirdly clocking at less then an hour, but I love that, the shorter the better, while still being a feature, of course. What’s unfortunate, if you try to find out anything about the movie on the Internet, you’ll surely know Dr. Renault’s secret before even watching the movie, since everyone’s comparing the movie to a certain work of literature. But what got me somewhat excited is that it was released in the Fox Horror Classics box alongside Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s Dragonwyck, a brilliant gothic film by a man who made the absolute classic All About Eve only four years later. Hope it’s in the box with a reason. Continue reading

The Exorcist III [1990]

Posted in Reviews with tags , , , , , , , , on April 21, 2010 by gnojne cice


 

  Initially, I was somewhat skeptical, mainly because what the first sequel turned out to be, and also seeing that William Peter Blatty was assigned to direct it. You know how it can get when novelists direct movies. On the good note, Blatty wrote the story and the script this time, and Brad Dourif (Grima Wormtongue in The Lord of the Rings movies) is in it. Now that I think of it, maybe I should’ve seen The Ninth Configuration before seeing this one, ’cause it’s supposed to be the real sequel. Continue reading

Exorcist II: The Heretic [1977]

Posted in Reviews with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 20, 2010 by gnojne cice


 

  Every now and then in the 70s a hippie got clean and sober and decided to make a movie. Everyone has one of those friends who smoke every day, and you say remembering them (since you don’t hang with them ’cause they’re fucking retarded): “Yeah, he was a really smart guy, what a shame.” Now imagine if your friend made a movie. ESP, collective hypnosis machine, demons, African shamans, paedophilia and all other things hippies love are here, in this infamous sequel. Continue reading

House of Bones [2010]

Posted in Reviews with tags , , , , , on February 3, 2010 by gnojne cice


 

  This year’s first SyFy Channel’s movie or spit-out, however you prefer to call it, is out. It’s a haunted house movie, everyone’s favourite horror sub-genre, starring Corin Nemec who I saw in “Bundy: An American Icon” where he sucked but I always love to see a familiar face, bad or good. Also starring Charisma Carpenter, which some of you might know from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Angel”, but I never saw much of any of these series. Continue reading