One of France's first modern horror movies is a haunting meditation on grief and loneliness. And face stealing.
Creature from Black Lake
There are certain conventions in the Bigfoot mini-genre, and Creature from Black Lake is quick to fulfill them all.
Ghost Story of Wanderer at Honjo
A murderous samurai finds himself on the wrong end of a host of mythological creatures and ghosts in this yokai tale from Shintoho Studio
Night of the Boo-zy Tales
Six authors, Six tales of terror, six different drinks
Boo-zy Tales of a Traveler
A haunted Halloween trek through the Hudson Valley...with cocktails
Strip Nude for Your Killer
1975 | ItalyAKA: Nude per l'assassinoDirector: Andrea Bianchi By Keith Allison Strip Nude for Your Killer (Nude per l’assassino) may be scummy, but it wastes no time letting you know exactly where you stand. The first shot is a full-frontal nude shot of a woman in a doctor’s office, legs spread in medical stirrups, with … Continue reading Strip Nude for Your Killer
The Case of the Bloody Iris
When it comes to truly loathsome giallo characters , few can match Giuliano Carnimeo’s The Case of the Bloody Iris, a film in which pretty much everyone is hateful or stupid; or more often, hateful and stupid.
Who Saw Her Die?
Who Saw Her Die? is the rare giallo that attempts an emotional connection, and it succeeds thanks primarily to a committed performance from former James Bond, George Lazenby.
The Bloodstained Butterfly
The Bloodstained Butterfly, while certainly part of the giallo genre, also integrates aspects of the emerging poliziotteschi crime films.
To call the film slow-paced would imply that it has any sort of pace at all. Instead, it’s more of a sex scene highlight reel with no cohesive narrative, no mitigating sense of logique fantastique. It just sort of is.