Island of the Living Dead (aka L’isola dei morti viventi) (Bruno Mattei, 2006)

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A group of treasure seekers shipwreck on an uncharted island inhabited by the living dead.  Considering this was Mattei’s penultimate work (followed by the equally heinous Zombies: the Beginning) one would naturally keep expectations very low as ill-fated directors in … Continued

Cementerio del Terror (aka Cemetery of Terror) (Rubén Galindo Jr., 1985)

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A group of teens revive a recently deceased serial killer via a mysterious book of rituals found in an abandoned house. Teenagers are stupid.  I went into this having very low expectations – trash and sleaze being an almost every … Continued

Pet Sematary 2 (Mary Lambert, 1992)

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  Holy shit this month was an ass-kicker! 31 movies in 31 days was a hell of a lot of work, but it felt pretty damn good to push ourselves. We’ll be taking at least a week off to decompress, … Continued

The Night of the Sorcerers (La Noche De Los Brujos) (Amando de Ossorio, 1974)

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A group of researchers travel to Africa to determine the cause of the strange disappearance of elephants in the area. With their sluts in tow they soon discover the truth; a voodoo tribe resurrects itself nightly complete with vampiric leopard … Continued

Night of the Creeps (Fred Dekker, 1986)

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Alien space-slugs invade a college campus during rush week. There’s an awesome 50s backstory, it’s got Tom Atkins and it’s probably the most fun you’ll have watching a horror movie. Did I mention Tom Atkins? That’s right. Tom. Motherfucking. Atkins. … Continued

Psychomania (aka The Death Wheelers) (Don Sharp, 1972)

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A gang of motorcycle hooligans terrorize the population of a small English town. Upon discovering the secret to eternal life, the gang proceeds to off themselves one by one – returning as invincible biker zombies in the process. This is … Continued

REC 3: Genesis (Paco Plaza, 2012)

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A couple’s wedding day is ruined when the guests contract a strange illness that turns them into murderous, bloodthirsty fiends. That’s pretty much it. But if you think about it… a lot of horror films have been established on thinner … Continued