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Category: Reviews

Zombieworld review by Geoff of Disgusting

ZOMBIEWORLD HEADERI’ve had bigger budgets on a night out than this film had but I don’t think I’ve had as much fun watching or I’m sure some of the film makers had making this film. This is B movie at its best!! If your after brilliant acting and top class effects I strongly suggest going elsewhere but if your not so fussy (like me) this is the place for you.

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Rec 4 – Review by Geoff

REC 4 Apocalypse
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It’s not very often that a sequel is as good or better than the first film, Rec 2 totally blew this theory out of the water with a blinding follow up to an already superb first film, if you haven’t ventured in to european horror (shame on you) this is a perfect starting point before you get to the gore fests and absolute sickness that are Martyrs, Inside and A Serbian Film. As I’m sure you have already spotted I’ve kind of missed something out here……Rec 3, without going too far in to it………it was an utter embarrassment to the first two and I refuse to mention it any further, oh and if you think Quarantine (the re-make of Rec) was the better film you best get running because I’m coming for you and you ain’t getting out alive!

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Wyrmwood – Road Of The Dead – Review & Trailer

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I need to start this review with a confession, I’m a bit confused as to weather this film ( Wyrmwood – Road of the Dead ) was meant to be as funny as i found it in places. Don’t get me wrong I loved it either way but you know when your not sure if this was intentional as on the whole it was a straight up zombie film. I love B movies old and new and find they usually are so over the top that you can’t help but love em, horror comedies I find a bit harder to like as usually they try too hard for laughs, I can count on one hand the ones i truly love which include Shaun of the dead and Tucker and Dale v’s evil, all that out of the way i should get on to the film!

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At the Mountains of Madness (1931)

At the Mountains of Madness
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“It is only with vast hesitancy and repugnance that I let my mind go back to Lake’s camp and what we really found there-and to that other thing beyond the frightful mountain wall.” – H.P. Lovecraft “At the Mountains of Madness”.
Written between February 22nd and March 24th 1931, and eventually serialised in “Astounding Stories” February – April 1936, “At the Mountains of Madness” is one of Lovecraft’s more famous pieces of literature and is a culmination of Lovecraft’s lifelong fascination with the Antarctic.  As a young man Lovecraft avidly followed the expeditions of Borchgrevink, Scott and Andmundsen during the early part of the 20th century, as well as the expedition of Admiral Byrd 1928-1930, whose influence can clearly be found during the early sections of the novel.

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Theatre of Blood – Classic review

Theater of Blood HeaderNow my first memory of this film (Theatre of Blood)  is as a child on new years eve, my parents where out, I was allowed to stay up late, purely by chance I came across this film and straight away I was hooked, this is what staying up late was all about!!! One of my early introductions to the world of horror and what an absolute classic it is to get started with.

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