Following treatment for violent spells, a young man returns home to his loving wife. But as his seizures intensify, it becomes clear something inside him is trying to get out. Part domestic drama, part sci-fi thriller, the ambitious micro-budget tragedy henge heralds the arrival of a bright new talent.
Bloody Disgusting stringer Erik Myers took to the first annual Stanley Film Festival where he caught this special Japanese film when it screened on May 5.
Directed by Hajime Ohata, this creature feature has a running time of only 54 minutes, which gets the insanity rolling… READ MORE
Killing time this weekend? Here are fifteen retro reviews for you to check out, slam, or agree with. Some of these films are hidden gems, others are some of the worst I’ve ever seen in my life (ahem, Deadrise). One, in particular, The Antichrist, contains (what I believe to be) the most bizarre scene ever pulled off in horror history. If you’ve seen this Italian version of The Tempter, then you know what I’m talking about. If not, pour some coffee and sit back – perhaps its time to gape open your eyes and see for yourself…
Removal – a psychological knot for you to untie
Deadrise – an exercise in sleep denial
The Traveler – for horror fans, not Kilmer fans
Stanley – he and rattlesnakes hate whitey
The Driller Killer – one of the greatest VHS covers ever
Carny – Lou Diamond Phillips in a gory SyFy schtick
Deranged – the forefather of slasher films
Horrors of War – wow, really?
Danika – Marissa Tomei insane in the membrane
Albino Farm – incentive for film makers that just about anything you shoot can make it to DVD
The Swarm – the film that dethroned disaster movie king Irwin Allen
The Omen III – Sam Neill as The Antichrist
The Maid – a good go at Eastern horror for those who normally don’t delve into such waters
Scourge – like farts? You’ll love Scourge
The Antichrist (The Tempter) – you haven’t seen them all until you’ve seen this one
A young Seminole Indian uses his rattlesnake to take revenge on all those he believes have wronged him.