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  • Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist


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  • The Black Room

    The Black Room


    "The Black Room" is an underappreciated Gothic tale from Boris Karloff's filmography. The film sees him in a dual role as brothers destined to end their bloodline through betrayal. The elder son, Gregor is a sadistic and depraved baron of a small town. However, he schemes to murder his popular twin brother, Anton and take his place before the townsfolk revolt against his reign.

    Directed by the ever reliable Roy William Neill, this is a sumptuous piece of Gothic storytelling…

  • Zombie Holocaust

    Zombie Holocaust


    Man, these Italian zombie films hold nothing back! What starts off as a fairly weird mystery, "Zombie Holocaust" soon descends into insanity. Doctors from a New York hospital decide to visit the Maluku Islands after discovering repeated corpse mutilations involving hospital personnel from that region. Things soon go awry as they find themselves on the wrong island and in the presence of a tribe of cannibals.

    This film has it all. Cannibals, human sacrifices, mad doctors, eugenics, and an insane…

Recent reviews

  • The Exorcist III

    The Exorcist III


    Over the years I've heard nothing but good things about this film. So when I sat down last night to watch "The Exorcist III" I was hoping for a solid sequel. Instead, I was treated to a damn near masterpiece. What a fucking brilliant film this is! Honestly I'm still recovering from what I witnessed. It's been a long, long time since a horror movie left feeling rattled. Last time it happened was a few years back with "Don't Look…

  • The Exorcist

    The Exorcist


    "The Exorcist" is the greatest horror film ever made. It's not up for debate. If you disagree, you're wrong. I will hear no different.

    I've previously reviewed this film in more depth so I'll just highlight two things that stuck with me this time around.

    1. I fucking love that the demon has an aristocratic English accent. It's simultaneously hilarious and menacing.

    2. The medical tests are just as terrifying as the possession. Speaking from experience, the only thing worse…

Popular reviews

  • Charade



    "Charade" is the most Hitchcockian Hitchcock that Hitchcock never Hitchcocked.

  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


    I think it goes without saying amongst fellow film aficionados that we all love films, especially the great ones. However, through years of watching films I've noticed that there seems to be that one film which is hugely popular, yet when you sit down to watch it you can't understand why it's held in such high esteem. For me it's only happened a couple of times, but I unfortunately have to add "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" to the…