Dolla Morte

ORDER DVD My mind is constantly in the gutter and I’m usually chuckling away at shit I probably shouldn’t be, so reading the description of Bill Zebub’s Dolla Morte I was immediately drawn to it. I’ve always enjoyed humour that a lot of people out there find deeply offensive or un-PC. Lowbrow gross out toilet humour just […]

Drive

It’s not often a film completely blows me away but Drive managed the rare feat of doing just that. I went in with fairly high expectations being a big fan of director Nicolas Winding Refn. Refn’s film not only met my expectations but totally exceeded them. Film awards are something that don’t really interest me […]

Grace

Arguably the 1970s was the finest period of American horror cinema. An era where everything fell into place – production, performance and thematically. The films of this period really reflected society’s paranoia and ditched the campness of the 60s and took a darker more unnerving approach, pioneering classics in every sense of the word. The […]

Colin

The post Dawn of the Dead zombie flick has become a well flogged horse scarred by clichés, mediocrity and plagiarism. It’s easy to see why horror fans have become jaded and bored of being fed the same shit year after year. What hope is there when the pioneer of the genre – George Romero – is insulting […]

Not Quite Hollywood

As a kid I fondly remember trips to the local video store and being lured in by the cover art of many of the classic exploitation titles. These flicks were forbidden fruit for me at the tender young age of eight or nine as my parents refused to let me hire such “trash”. One of […]