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  • Demons 2
  • The Pit
  • Body Count
  • Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge

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  • What Have They Done to Your Daughters?

    ★★★★

  • Night Ripper!

    ★★★½

  • X

    ★★★★

  • Singapore Sling

    ★★★★½

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  • What Have They Done to Your Daughters?

    What Have They Done to Your Daughters?

    ★★★★

    What Have They Done to my Brain??? This was quite the mean spirtited little giallo/poliziotteshi! Opening with police finding the hanging body of a young nude girl it sets you up for a brutal and riveting experience. When police discover that the girl didn't hang herself they start to investigate the heinous act. Get ready for a mysterious web of mystery and murder!

    I loved Dallamano's earlier film What Have You Done to Solange so I was happy to see…

  • Night Ripper!

    Night Ripper!

    ★★★½

    Night Ripper just ripped my brain into shreds! Nothing like an escape into a lofi 80s cheesefest! I've known about this film forever so when Cultureshock Releasing announced it I just had to dive in. Notable for an unseen role for Tom Savini this violent shot on video slasher is a charming transmission from a bygone era of film making.

    What Night Ripper lacks in its story and execution it completely makes up for with its overall vibe. The glorious…

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  • Halloween III: Season of the Witch

    Halloween III: Season of the Witch

    ★★★★★

    I think I officially like this just as much as the original. It just has such an awesome feel to it. Pure atmospheric perfection drenched in heavy mood and tension. A mean spirited film filled with grisly kills and jarring violence. Visceral and stylistic dread elevated by great camera details and ominous lighting choices. A great visualization of autumn with its dimly lit streets, retro Halloween costumes and leaves blowing through an abandoned town.

    This movie is further elevated by…

  • Halloween II

    Halloween II

    ★★★★

    Halloween 2 is a worthy sequel that takes place right where the first film left off. Still it feels different than it's predecessor. From the first few minutes where Loomis talks to the goofy neighbour who says "This better not be a joke, I've been trick or treated to death tonight" in a cartoony delivery it's clear we are getting a less serious version of the first film.

    While not quite as creepy and less atmospheric it still packs a…