Another month has past and the reprobates of Kim Newman’s Video Dungeon are clamouring at their jail cell doors to escape into your DVD players again.
This month brings genre draining lost footage wannabes, film-noir re-imaging and car morphing squids, yes you read the last one correctly, car morphing squids! Also, as usual we will have Kim’s breakout release to see what he deems should be let out on decent society.
So head on side for the full horror of Kim Newman’s Video Dungeon for the coming month.
Just as night follows day and day follows night, the jailer of the video dungeon is rattling his keys again in the locks of his cells.
The month of March for Kim Newman’s video dungeon brings a full criminal line-up of DVD goodies and baddies.
So head on inside to view this month’s criminal element.
It’s a new year and a new batch of the good, the bad and the ugly, but without the good from Kim Newman’s Video Dungeon arrives; and it seems that 2012 starts where 2011 finished with everything you feared.
Kim offers up some wonderful titles from Arrow video and something that will rekindle some childhood nightmares. So without letting the prison office get their jail keys in a twist, lets head on in to Kim’s Dungeon.
It’s that time of the month again, when Kim Newman flings open the gates of the video dungeon on the unsuspecting public. This month we have another bunch of reprobates, with holiday camps with a difference to very unseasonal bunnies, with the urge to maim and kill. We also have sinners and mock doc vamps, all vying for early release as Kim Newman’s Dungeon Breakout.
So head on in to see who escapes this month.
With Attack From Planet B back in the game as it were, we had to continue our review of the Great Kim Newman’s Video Dungeon, with all its wired and wonderful offerings from the darker side of the movie world.
The month of December brings us Welsh web horrors, Aussie sci-fi hokum and some Syfy channel wormy goodness. So let’s get started.
From winter comes spring and new life starts to sprout across the land, but this doesn’t seem to stop the rotten and the putrid from festering in Kim Newman’s Video Dungeon.
In the April edition of the dungeon, Kim has the unenviable task, of what he says as reviewing the worst film ever to enter the dungeon. Plus there are a myriad of other oddities, from frat-boy cosmic horrors to Aussie banshees.
Not forgetting Kim Newman’s Dungeon Breakout release, The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, a homage to the Ed Wood strand of 1950‘s science-fiction.
As winter draws on, there is still no escaping the horrors of the straight to dvd output that continues to attack the unsuspecting victim, which might get to close to those films in hoodies, hanging out at the end of the street. Thankfully there is Kim Newman and his trusty Video Dungeon to throw these reprobates away under lock and key.
This month, those up in front of the jailer are those big boats, big fight, and big killer members. We see what can be done if you don’t have James Carmon at the helm of a big boat movie. A killer ghost with a huge appendage attacking drug addled students and the man with the hand speed, Steven Seagle, taking on Russian mob-types.
Not forgetting Kim Newman’s Dungeon Breakout release, Bedevilled. An Asian horror film, somewhere between Fried Green Tomatoes, Dogville and I Spit on Your Grave.
It’s the start of a new year and the inmates at Kim Newman’s Video Dungeon are still as nasty and malevolent as they ever were.
This month’s batch of releases from the ASBO world of ‘straight to DVD’ comes sci-fi oddities, Afghanistan aliens and broken sex robots; all topped off with Kim’s Dungeon Breakout release, which he himself has a hand in. So let’s start the New Year with a taste of straight to DVD delight with this month’s releases.
There are many other films that have been reviewed by Kim, which can be found in the February issue of Empire magazine (uk).