Tag Archives: Mario Bava

The Modern Freaky-Deaky Prometheus! Cauldron Films’ ‘FRANKENSTEIN ’80’ (1972) Blu-ray Review

Frankenstein '80

I’m a dyed-in-the-wool fan of Italian cinema. From giallos to cannibal flicks, from lush, gothic yarns to complete sci-fi rip-offs, I love ‘em all! Dubious dubbing, psychedelic soundtracks, frequent, unnecessary nudity from countless Euro-babes—gimmie more! So it was with an open mind and a sardonic grin that I popped in …

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Arrow Video Reveals Trio Of New Releases For January, 2022

A new year means new releases from our friends at Arrow Video! Arrow sends word they’ve got a trio of titles heading your way in January 2022. Read on for the details! From The Arrow Video Press Release Kick off the new year with Arrow’s latest round of releases beginning …

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CURIA October Collection and Podcast: So Many Spooky Films To Choose From!

Check out below all the October curated collections coming to CURIA, a new streaming platform featuring fresh, monthly curated collections of films and award-winning short films, plus film festival highlights. The October collection will feature several new collections including a Gothic Horror collection, anchored by the legendary Roger Corman, Mario …

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‘Demons’ 1 & 2 Getting 4K UHD Release From Synapse Films

Demons / Demons 2

Synapse Films is doing Halloween right with the release of DEMONS and DEMONS 2 in UltraHD! This demonic double feature is loaded with extras and you’re definitely going to want to add it to your collection! Read on for the details! From The Synapse Films Press Release In Demons, a …

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Still Savage – 40 Years of Shock and Awe With ‘Cannibal Holocaust’ (1980)

Let’s face it… horror by its very nature is a lightning rod for controversy. It’s the genre of film tailor-made to push the envelope, to take things to extremes where others would dare not tread. We live to test the limits of decency, to see just how much we can …

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Anthology Flashback #4: Mario Bava’s ‘Black Sabbath’ (1963)

Black Sabbath

Consisting of three separate tales, Mario Bava’s Black Sabbath is a considerably a more influential picture than you might think. For starters, it was one of the first horror films Bava was involved with, just after I Vampiri/Lust of the Vampire (1957), Black Sunday (1960) and Caltiki – The Immortal …

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Lo Specchio Di Colore Giallo Dell’Anima (2017) Short Film Review

Grindhouse Films is a fine German purveyor of only the filthiest underground horror around. With numerous notorious titles under their belts, they have now completed their latest work. Lo Specchio Di Colore Giallo Dell’Anima, which means “Yellow Mirror Of The Soul,” is Grindhouse Films offering to the giallo gods. What I …

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