Favorite films

  • The Beyond
  • The Psychic
  • Don't Torture a Duckling
  • The New York Ripper

Recent activity

  • Burst City

  • Dirty Ho


  • Equinox

  • Tokyo Drifter


Pinned reviews

  • The Laughing Woman

    The Laughing Woman

    “You have a very odd way of spending your weekends.”

    Ultra-stylish and enthralling, Italian gem from Piero Schivazappa, with some incredible set designs and intricate, psychological interplay between the two leads. Both Dagmar Lassander and Philippe Leroy excell in their roles as the female journalist Maria and the sadistic Dr. Sayer respectively. 'The Laughing Woman' aka. 'The Frightened Woman' aka. 'Games of Love, Games of Death' captures the zeitgeist of the time and the changing dynamic between the traditional gender…

  • Angst


    "I can't feel sorry for the victims. I need to keep on killing."

    Austrian glass, concrete and steel, shot straight into your veins! Gerald Kargl's 1983 psycho killer shocker is a jolt to the system, where Erwin Leder plays a man just released from prison. He goes to a cafeteria and enjoys a bratwurst (in the most disturbing way possible) while ogling some girls at the counter. He then get's in a taxi and almost strangles the chauffeur with his…

Recent reviews

  • Burst City

    Burst City

    OK, this is rad as hell and has to be experienced to be believed! Completely exhaustingly unrelenting and manic in all its 115 minute mayhem, but almost every shot looks straight up killer in grainy 16mm gloriousness, capturing all that studded leather and neon perfectly. Just lean back and be engulfed by the kinetic energy!

  • The Hidden Fortress

    The Hidden Fortress

    Can't belive it took me so long to see this - part 943.

    Loved every second of it. Pure joy!

Popular reviews

  • The Return of the Living Dead

    The Return of the Living Dead


    "You think this is a fuckin' costume? This is a way of life."

    I hadn't seen this in ages and ages (think it is close to 30 years since last the time), but this thing moves!!

    <3 Linnea Quigley. <3 Trash.

    There is a treasure trove of trivia from this film, but this was my favourite one:
    "The character Ernie (Don Calfa) is thought to be a Nazi due to him sharing his name with Ernst Kaltenbrunner. There are also…

  • The Black Cat

    The Black Cat

    "Between dreams & nightmares... between reality & fantasy... lies the terror of The Black Cat.'

    Goddammit...if I had known this was planned to be the original draft for the third film about the Three Mothers from Dario Argento's 'Suspiria' and 'Inferno' I would have gotten to this a lot sooner. Stupid misleading title (also released in Italy as 'Demons 6', as if things weren't confusing enough), this is not to be mistaken with Lucio Fulci's 'The Black Cat' from 1981, or any…