Tuesday, 14 June 2016

The Strange Vice Of Mrs Wardh - DVD Review

Sexy worldly Mrs. Wardh (Played by Edwige Fenech) endures a stifling marriage in the hope of repressing her perverse past - a sadomasochistic relationship with the degenerate Jean ( played by Ivan Rassimov). 

Disillusioned with her unloved existence, she embarks upon a torrid affair with suave playboy George (Played by George Hilton).  But Happiness may prove short-lived: as Jean reappears, a brutal razor-slasher begins bloodily dispatching the nubile nymphets of Vienna

Fearing that she may next face the killers blade, tormented and deceived, she spirals into an uncontrollable emotional maelstrom where her deviant desires reawaken in a welter of sex, sadism and slaughter.

The Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh is a 1970's Italian Giallo directed by genre favourite Sergio Martino (Torso), enriched with Nora Orlando's soaring sounds.

I enjoyed the film very much and I highly recommend it to any Giallo fans who haven't seen it.

Special features Include:
All-new 20 min interview with Director Sergio Martino
Director Sergio Martino introduction
Shameless Fact Track by Justin Harries
Theatrical Trailer
Shameless complete trailers
Edwige Fenech Bio presentation 

( See Official Trailer below)

Sergio Martino's The Strange Vice Of Mrs Wardh (1971) - Official Shamele...

Saturday, 6 February 2016

Tribute to Richard Gladman (aka Cyberschizoid) R.I.P.

It is with great sadness that I announce the sudden passing of a great guy Richard Gladman (aka Cyberschizoid) founder of The Classic Horror Campaign , editor / founder of Space Monsters Magazine and founder/creator of Frighten Brighton amongst other cool projects.  My condolences to his family &  friends and to everyone who met him,Rest In Peace my friend, you will be sorely missed 😢

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Vampire Killer Barbys - UK DVD Review

While on tour, Punk Band "Killer Barbys" drive through a lonely road in the countryside of Spain when their van breaks down. A creepy old man invites the group to spend the night in the castle of Countess Von Fledermaus and introduces himself as her secretary Arkan. Arkan tells the group he will contact the mechanic and he says the Countess loves young people. Three of the members accept the invitation to stay and the other two ( Billy and Sharon) stay in the van having Coitus. When the band meet the Countess they find out she is actually the Ancient artist Olga Luchan  and they find out how she has kept so young.

The movie was written & Directed By Jess Franco and stars  the Killer Barbies ( billed as Killer Barbys for legal reasons).

This is not the worst Jess Franco Movie but it's not the Best either. In the movie there is nudity, Blood, awful acting and a  flimsy plot.

There ARE better Jess Franco movies out there ( i assure you!) Go look for them, However, if you like Nudity,Blood,crap acting & flimsy plots then by all means watch this "Movie" ( i struggle to call it that!) but leave your brain at the door.

Special Features include: Behind the scenes featurette,Image Gallery & Jess Franco Filmography

Monday, 17 August 2015

The House With 100 Eyes DVD Review

Ed and Susan appear to be a normal loving couple, however, they are far from it. They are Snuff Filmmakers and want to make the first ever triple feature; Three victims, three kills, all in one night.

In order to provide their fans with everything you'd get on a Straight DVD, they have rigged their entire house with cameras and audio for your viewing pleasure. Ed's plan slowly unravels and it is all captured on tape.

The House with  100 eyes is  Written and Co-directed by Jim Roof (alongside Jay Lee), Jim also stars in the movie as Ed, his co stars include Shannon Malone ( Susan)  and Larissa Lynch (Jamie).

I really enjoyed this movie very much, the acting in the film was great , as was the plot. I recommend this to even the most Hard-core Horror Fan because it is genuinely creepy & disturbing.

Special Features: Trailer Only (See Below)

Tuesday, 21 July 2015

REUNION - Film Review

An unstable mental patient goes on an overnight rampage to terrorize an ex-rock star and his friends,only to discover she is linked to him in mysterious ways.

Reunion is an Action, Horror, Mystery  which was written by Bert Havird and Directed by Shawn Chou. it is a co-production between ACH Reunion and MOnsterworks66.

It stars Maria Olsen (Starry Eyes,Vile,Gore Orphanage, Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief), Jack Turner, Sarah Schreiber, Reign Morton (Whitney) and Cara Santana (Salem,Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva La Fiesta!).

I really enjoyed  this film, it was brilliantly shot and produced,the entire cast and crew did a great job, Maria Olsen gives a creepy & terrifying performance everytime she is on screen. One of the best films i've seen.

I Recommend everyone watches this film as soon as it's released to the public.

Friday, 10 July 2015

The Possession of Michael King - UK Dvd Review

Michael King , doesn't believe in God or the Devil. When his wife dies suddenly he sets out to make a film about the existence of the supernatural, and makes himself the centre of the experiment.

After allowing demonologists,necromancers and practitioners of the occult to try their darkest rituals on him, he discovers that a horrifying demonic force has taken over his body. And it will not let him go!

The Possession of Michael King is a  2014 Horror film  Co-written ( and directed ) By  David Jung. The film stars Shane Johnston, Ella Anderson & Cara Pifko.

It IS a Demonic Possession Movie but it is a sinister take on the Subject, is it original? Probably not, but it is still an enjoyable scary movie ( It made me jump several times! which rarely happens!)  I really liked it. I recommend that you, get your mates round, get some booze ( or fizzy pop for you teetotallers) , Popcorn and check it out.

It's one of the best Horror movies i've seen this year, but make up your own mind.

I give this movie 5 Demons out of 5.

Unfortunately there are NO Special features on the DVD which sucks balls ( would've liked a Trailer at least).