Tag Archives: Art Horror

Unearthed Horror: NEKROMANTIK (1987)

In 1987, German filmmaker Jörg Buttgereit released a film that soon became a popular fix of underground cinema. Shot on weekends with next to no budget, Buttgereit created one of the most startling and depraved films, not to mention one of the most darkly hilarious, in cinematic history; its taboo-breaking …

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Retro Review: Death Bed, The Bed That Eats

Oh, to be a character in a horror movie. It’s a perilous place, with danger around every corner. Basically anything can kill you, from frogs to robots to the damn wind. But sometimes, you’ll find a horror director that says, “Fuck all that, I want to make something different. One …

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