Profondo Rosso/Deep Red. 1975. Dir. Dario Argento. Starring David Hemmings, Macha Meril, Dario Nicolodi, Gabriele Lavia, Giuliana Calandra, Glauco Mauri, Clara Calamai, and Piero Mazzinghi. Rizzoli Film. 18+. 126 minutes. ★★★★★ (Film) ★★★★★ (Blue Underground Blu ray release) Not having seen every single one of Dario Argento’s films, but many, I can’t necessarily compare ProfondoContinue reading “Dario Argento’s Deep Red: Vibrant Blood & Mystery”
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. 1974. Dir. Tobe Hooper. Starring Marilyn Burns, Allen Danziger, Paul A. Partain, Wiliam Vail, Teri McMinn, Edwin Neal, Jim Siedow, and Gunnar Hansen. Vortex. 18+. 83 minutes. ★★★★★ Between a mix of Tobe Hooper’s raw filmmaking style, and my ability to empathize fairly well, I was absolutely shaken when IContinue reading “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is Celluloid Terror”
A modern, dark rumination on fame.
This infamous 1971 Ken Russell picture will forever live on in wonderful heresy.
You will never be the same again once you’ve seen A SERBIAN FILM.
The Devil’s Rejects. 2005. Dir. Rob Zombie. Starring Bill Moseley, Sid Haig, Sheri Moon Zombie, William Forsythe, Ken Foree, Matthew McGrory, Leslie Easterbrook, Geoffrey Lewis, and Priscilla Barnes. Rated R. Maple Pictures. 107 mins. ★★★★ (Film) ★★★1/2 (Blu ray release) I’ll start off by saying I really love this movie. Not only that, I thinkContinue reading “The Devil’s Rejects: Old School Horror a la Manson”
V/H/S is a wild, weird found footage horror ride.
The found footage sub-genre can be one of division. Some people like certain found footage films. Others don’t like the entire category, can’t stand it. I’m one of those who likes the genre. A lot. But only if it’s used to an advantage, if it works well. Sometimes the concept just falls flat on itsContinue reading “Found Footage – 15 Films Worth Watching”