They Don’t Cut the Grass Anymore (Nathan Schiff; 1985)

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Two unkempt southern boys cut a swath of destruction through Long Island suburbia when mowing lawns proves to be less than fulfilling. Nathan Schiff’s third (and arguably best to date) feature is a blood-soaked romp filled with nasty mutilations, long … Continued

Recap! Rewind! Redux! July 2015

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Satan’s Blade (L. Scott Castillo Jr., 1984) – This rambling attempt to capitalize upon the early 80s slasher boom couldn’t be more of a mess. The plot involves a bank robbery which awkwardly leads into some bullshit about an evil … 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

Death Curse of Tartu (William Grefe, 1966)

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A group of archaeology students have an impromptu dance party on the burial mound of a long-dead Indian witch-doctor in the Florida everglades. What do YOU think happens? I was going to title this piece “Death Curse of Tartu OR … 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

Emanuelle e Françoise (le sorelline) (aka Emanuelle’s Revenge) (Joe D’Amato, 1975)

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When a woman’s sister kills herself after suffering an abusive relationship, she decides to take revenge on the man responsible. By now, Joe D’Amato (Anthropophagus; Papaya, Love Goddess of the Cannibals) should be a household name, especially to those of … Continued

The Cannibal Man (aka La Semana Del Asesino, L’appartamento del 13° piano) (Eloy de la Iglesia, 1971)

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After accidentally killing a cab driver while protecting his fiancée, a young man spirals further and further into a web of murder in an effort to cover up his crime. As much as the overly sensationalistic international title would like … Continued

Night Warning aka Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker (William Asher, 1982)

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Susan Tyrrell chews up the screen as a domineering and perverse aunt who’ll stop at nothing to keep her ever-growing nephew from leaving the warmth of her psychotic bosom.  All you need to do is answer one question: Can you … Continued

Midnight (John A. Russo, 1982)

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A girl hitch-hiking away from her lecherous step-daddy runs afoul of some backwoods Satanists in this low-budget, pedestrian outing. Hardcore Romero nerds rejoice. Duane: This is one that’s been on my “to watch” list for a while now, so admittedly … Continued

Future-Kill (Ronald W. Moore, 1985)

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A group of entitled frat boy douchebags venture into the inner city to capture an anti-nuke protester as a prank to atone for their zany college antics. When they run into a violent member of the group, they flee with … Continued

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