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  • Rabid Dogs

    Rabid Dogs


    I simply can't comprehend the fact it took more than 20 years to release this Mario Bava masterpiece of suspense and thrill. Extreme, vulgar, claustrophobic, unnerving with great camera work and strong performances this is one mad motion picture. It will bite you to the bone. Additional credits to Stelvio Cipriani, who composed a thrilling high-octane score. Since there are different cuts of the movie, I strongly suggest you to stay away from Lamberto Bava's version and look for the original director's cut.

    Rabid Dogs > Reservoir Dogs

  • The House That Screamed

    The House That Screamed


    With its stylish aesthetics, skillful direction and extreme suspense, The House That Screamed (original title La residencia) is one of the best looking movies I have ever seen. It definitely reminds of a Hammer films with its visual splendors and atmosphere of Mario Bava's early horror movies. A high-caliber Gothic masterpiece.
    The director did a really good job at building up an atmosphere that worked a certain magic throughout the running time.
    It is wonderfully shot with astonishingly good sequences,…

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  • Train to Busan

    Train to Busan


    This has to be one of the finest zombie and horror films in general I have ever seen. Extremely thrilling and captivating from start to finish. Everything in this film has done with passion and care. From the characters and heartbreaking moments they go through, visceral zombie attacks, acting and camera work down to dialogue. Everything works great. This is what World War Z should and could have been. Sure the plot of the film is not original, because yet…

  • Cemetery Man

    Cemetery Man


    Surreal, absurd and darkly comic. One of the best zombie movies I have ever seen, and currently the best Dylan Dog film.
    I actually own the comic book this movie is based on. It is Dylan Dog Special #12, titled Crni UΕΎas (on Bosnian), which would translate to Black Horror, or the original title Orrore Nero.