HorrorSubculture
21
Apr
2014

Bloodsucking Freaks (1976) 88 Films 2014 Blu-ray

Bloodsucking Freaks (1976) 88 Films 2014 Blu-ray

Dom O’Brien reviews the 88 Films Blu-ray release Bloodsucking Freaks (1976), directed by Joel M. Reed.

This is the first time it has been released uncut in Britain and its certainly a first for a Blu-ray release. Bloodsucking Freaks is an exploitation film truly needs to be seen even if you only have a passing interest in the exploitation genre. Now, are you all sitting uncomfortably? Good, then we shall get on with the review of this piece of bad film brilliance.

“Oh yes! Now we’re getting the proper reaction.”

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HorrorThe Tomb
13
Apr
2014

Animal Planet (US) to premiere ‘Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys’

Animal Planet (US) to premiere ‘Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys’

 
Animal Planet have teamed up with infamous studio The Asylum to bring us Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys, directed by James Cullen Bressack, and premiering as part of the US network’s third annual “Monster Week” programming block.

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water.

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Horror
9
Apr
2014

Moon of the Wolf (TV Movie, 1972)

Moon of the Wolf (TV Movie, 1972)

Our newest contributor Richelle Charkot reviews Moon of the Wolf (TV Movie, 1972), directed by Daniel Petrie.

The expectations start pretty low for most TV movies, but for lovers of camp and cult, they can be extremely entertaining. Moon of the Wolf, however, is just barely worth watching. An adaptation from a novel with the same name, this film follows Sheriff Aaron Whitaker as he investigates the murder of the beautiful, young Ellie who is found mauled and murdered in Louisiana.

 
“It’s not considered good medical practice to perform autopsies in the middle of swamps surrounded by howling dogs and scratching rustics”

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Horror
8
Apr
2014

Here Comes the Devil (2012)

Here Comes the Devil (2012)

A.J. Hakari reviews Here Comes the Devil (2012), directed by Adrian Garcia Bogliano.

The phrase “Well, that escalated quickly” came to mind a couple times during Here Comes the Devil. This Mexican-made chiller isn’t afraid to immediately show what a nasty piece of work it is, assuring from the outset that the “killer kids” premise one might assume from all the poster art is but a falsehood.

“Something’s wrong with our kids.”

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