Film Review: Prince of the Night (aka Nosferatu in Venice) (1988)

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SYNOPSIS: Professor Paris Catalano visits Venice hoping to find the vampire, Nosferatu in the year 1786 REVIEW: Directed by Augusto Caminito, Mario Caiano, Starring Klaus Kinski, Christopher Plummer, Donald Pleasance, and Barbara De Rossi A sequel of sorts to Werner Herzog’s Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979), this movie tells the story of Nosferaut (in lieu of Dracula) going to Venice in what seems to be his attempt to finally find peace in death that he’s been … Continue reading

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Film Review: Schizoid (1980)

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SYNOPSIS: Someone is killing off the members of a therapy group that advice columnist Julie is a part of. Is it the weird psychiatrist that is leading the group, his mentally unstable daughter, or someone entirely different? Julie better find out as fast as she can because it looks like she’s the next to die. REVIEW: Schizoid is one of those movies that sort of flew in under the radar and never really got a … Continue reading

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Film Review: Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979)

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SYNOPSIS: Jonathan and Lucy live in Wismar and the Count wants a house there. Varna is a port on the Black Sea, close to Dracula’s castle. REVIEW:  “Time is an abyss… profound as a thousand nights… Centuries come and go… To be unable to grow old is terrible… Death is not the worst… Can you imagine enduring centuries, experiencing each day, the same futilities…” Most often, remakes are a mistake: either from being overbearingly loyal … Continue reading

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SCREAM FACTORY Celebrates One Year With A Pair Of New Releases

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It’s been a great year indeed and SCREAM FACTORY is in full blown celebration mode. It really doesn’t seem like they’ve been around that long all ready but when you look back on the myriad of horror awesomeness they have let loose it certainly stokes you for what’s to come in year two. They’ve just announced a couple new releases headed our way, a couple more long lost 80’s fear fests. First up, THE BEAST … Continue reading

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Film Review: Crawlspace (1986)

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SYNOPSIS: A creepy old German guy named Karl becomes the landlord of an apartment complex and only allows young, sexy women to live there. When he isn’t busy playing Russian Roulette or sticking his hand over the burner of his stove he spends his time spying on all of his tenants through the crawlspace (as well as releasing his pet rats into their homes)before he eventually kills them. Under pressure due to the fear of … Continue reading

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