Characters Become Marionettes in Bornless Ones (A Film Review).
Bornless Ones is the first feature film from Alexander Babaev. A film involving demonic possession, Bornless Ones creates a lot of terror and thrills, onscreen. Characters have all sorts of implements stuck in them as evil moves from one body to another. This review looks at the writing, the film's use of possession and the strange way characters help injured characters. To release on February 10th, 2017, a long form review for Bornless Ones is available here!
Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies is Snow Covered Undead Madness (A Film Review)
Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies is a horror film from Austria. In this horror comedy, a strange, snow-making fluid changes the living into the undead. Later, snowboarders must use their snowboarding tricks to maim and decapitate the growing zombie hordes. Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies, originally a student film project, is a fun title. And, this review looks at the film's comedic skits and makeup effects.
The Girl with All the Gifts Brings the Zombie Hordes to the United States in January (A Film Review).
The Girl with All the Gifts is a United Kingdom shot zombie film. Described as the best zombie film since 28 Days Later (2001), this title is coming to the United States in January. Starring Glenn Close, this title is based on M.R. Carey's best selling book. And, the book and film bring a talking infected person into the mix. Can she talk her way out of captivity? The film's US trailer will answer this question and more, here!
There is No Mercy for One Group of Characters (A Film Review)!
Mercy is mostly a mystery. In the story, several brothers fight over a looming inheritance. They care very little for their dying mother, but someone(s) else does. Two groups fight in the darkness, with one group motivated by greed and the other by salvation. The result is a very intriguing film, which can be rewatched. Currently on Netflix, Mercy should not be missed by fans of mysteries or thrillers.
The Windmill Massacre Brings Out a Murderous Welcome Committee (A Film Review)
The Windmill Massacre is a Dutch slasher feature. Involving several immoral people, a bus trip drives into the nearby levies and dykes. An ancient killer rises from his grave, to meet these new, evil guests. And, the result is a bloody good time. Fans of slasher features will enjoy this foreign film, which has released in North America, via Mongrel Media and other distributors. A review for this latest release is available here!
Killbillies Paints the Hills Red with Slaughter (A Film Review)!
The hills come alive with slaughter, on Oct. 25th, with Killbillies. On this date, Artsploitation Films will launch the film on DVD. Though, the film is already available at the Artsploitation Youtube channel. In the film, a group of cannibals waylay a few models. The results are very gory. Scenes are full of torture, disfigurements and other disturbing events. Fans of slashers will notice the influences of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974), by Tobe Hooper. But, Killbillies is still uniqute, in its own right.