Love Angels (aka Prostituzione) (Rino Di Silvestro, 1974)

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A maniac is offing hookers in Italy. Will the police be able to stop him before these unsuspecting ladies of the night become a faded memory?  That’s the best synopsis I could muster for this nonsensical mess. Having enjoyed several … Continued

The Church Flakes Out: An Introspective Retrospective on Recent Film Observations (Part Three)

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I’ve neglected this place for months & it’s time to rear my Medusa like head just long enough to shit out a new retrospective.  Forgive me, my inadequacies. – Love, Nom Toys Are Not For Children (Stanley Brassloff; 1972) Attack … Continued

Night Train to Terror (1985)

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God and Lucifer discuss the fate of several unfortunate souls while traveling on a doomed train plagued by what could very possibly be the most heinous band ever produced. This one belongs firmly in the “what the fuck did I … Continued

Rider of the Skulls (aka El Charro de las Calaveras) (1965, Alfredo Salazar)

After bandits murder his family a man vows revenge & swears to abolish evil in all forms by becoming….The Rider of the Skulls! Nom De Plume:  First of all, this was packaged as a Mexi-horror-western & while that’s partially true, … Continued

Without Warning (aka It Came Without Warning) (Greydon Clark, 1980) Part 2 in a series of collaborative Love/Hate Reviews

A giant alien comes to the backwoods of Earth to hunt long pig. Nom DePlume:  I hate science fiction, I hate aliens & I hate outer space. That being said, I hate this fucking movie. It has no plot beyond … Continued

Nosferatu the Vampyre (aka Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht) (Werner Herzog, 1979)

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A real estate agent sent to Transylvania to secure a house deal with a reclusive count gets more than he bargained for upon discovering his new client is a bloodsucking undead fiend. Werner Herzog’s (Aguirre, the Wrath of God; Woyzeck) … Continued

Devil Girl from Mars (1954, David MacDonald)

  Women win the battle of the sexes on Mars & rule with pretty, iron fists. The downside they weren’t expecting was the loss of baby batter. Nyah comes to Earth seeking seed in this ridiculously written albeit watchable British … Continued

Horror Hotel (aka City of the Dead) (John Llewellyn Moxey, 1960)

A pretty college student travels to a forgotten New England village to research a paper on witchcraft. Razor88: Nothing says “Halloween” quite like devil cults, ghost towns, and the abuse of a fog machine. John Moxey’s atmospheric tale of a … Continued

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