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Dr. Giggles (1992)
Not thought about that one in ages. Used to do double features with The Dentist round our house

Eventually triple features when The Dentist 2 came out
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Random Acts of Violence (2019) - A comic book author goes on a road trip only to find out someone is recreating the gruesome murders depicted in his comic.

This one missed the mark for me. The solid performances and cinematography deserved a much better script. One to watch if you get bored.
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Random Acts of Violence (2019) - A comic book author goes on a road trip only to find out someone is recreating the gruesome murders depicted in his comic.

This one missed the mark for me. The solid performances and cinematography deserved a much better script. One to watch if you get bored.

Yep, it's not bad as such & for a no-budget film, I thought it was quite stylish in places & the gore was suitably gruesome, but it runs out of steam pretty quick & I honestly thought it was going all David Lynch in the last half hour.


Nice to see Jordanna Brewster outside of the Fast & Furious movies again though.
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Not thought about that one in ages. Used to do double features with The Dentist round our house

Eventually triple features when The Dentist 2 came out
Still not seen either Dentist film but they've been on my watch list for some time.
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Edge of the Axe (1988)
The community of a small American rural town come under assault from a white masked axe murderer sporting a rain slicker (hey, a serial killer in some practical clothing!). A Spanish made/US set slasher from the '80s instantly made me think of Pieces. Sadly, this nowhere near reaches the heights Juan Piquer Simón's masterpiece. It's decently made, owing more to a giallo mystery than most slashers of the time, with some nice suspenseful moments. We have plenty of suspicious characters hiding secrets or past trauma, and the overall question of what links these victims. What it lacks though is some form of investigatory thread to pull things together. Barton Faulks and Christina Marie Lane are the likeable couple who find themselves at the centre of the mystery but they never really engage with it until we arrive at the excellent twisty ending leaving the whole film feel like more a collection of scenes than a narrative.
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Getting really lazy now, this one popped thru the door, forgotten pre-order from 88 Films Slasher Collection...

#36 - 10 to Midnight (1983)
Charles mufukin Bronson is the Cannon™ cop on the trail of a sleazy psychopath who likes to slice his victims while letting it all hang out au naturale (buck ass naked). Bronson's got a bad attitude, a rookie partner and an estranged daughter. Classic 80's trash, a hybrid slasher/cop action flick in the same vein as Vice Squad or Eastwood's Tightrope, but without all the baby oil. Chuck does confront the killer with his pneumatic jack-off tool tho, a scene equally as awkward as his massive rubber dildo bit in Cannon's™ later Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects. Highly entertaining stuff!

P.S. The title means absolutely nothing. Apparently the title & poster were created to attract financing before a script (or idea for that matter) was even written.
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#16 - Evil Dead (2013)

Plenty of gnarly body horror and gore but felt nothing like an Evil Dead film.

Forgettable.

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Odeon are showing the original as part of their horror programming soon. Theyre showing some good stuff ive seen before but not at the cinema.

Excited about Posessor, but didnt shell out for the LFF stream.

Frightfest has been on thiis weekend so will get some choices inspiration from that.

#14 - Underwater - Alien under the sea, sone good production values and a poor TJ Miller performance.

#15 - The Invitation. Talky slow burner that changes tone drastically near the end. Liked the ending particularly.
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Edge of the Axe (1988)
The community of a small American rural town come under assault from a white masked axe murderer sporting a rain slicker (hey, a serial killer in some practical clothing!). A Spanish made/US set slasher from the '80s instantly made me think of Pieces. Sadly, this nowhere near reaches the heights Juan Piquer Simón's masterpiece. It's decently made, owing more to a giallo mystery than most slashers of the time, with some nice suspenseful moments. We have plenty of suspicious characters hiding secrets or past trauma, and the overall question of what links these victims. What it lacks though is some form of investigatory thread to pull things together. Barton Faulks and Christina Marie Lane are the likeable couple who find themselves at the centre of the mystery but they never really engage with it until we arrive at the excellent twisty ending leaving the whole film feel like more a collection of scenes than a narrative.
Kinda enjoyed this, but the revelation of the murderer made no sense to me.

I like to think they filmed it with absolutely no idea how to end it & just randomly picked a name out of the hat on the final day & said 'That's the killer!'
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Kinda enjoyed this, but the revelation of the murderer made no sense to me.
That's what made it so great!
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Lifeforce (1985)
Space vampires! Exploding zombies! Patrick Stewart with hair! Mathilda May in the buff! It's everything you could ever want from a movie as Steve Railsback & Peter Firth combat an alien menace intent on destroying the human race. From director Tobe Hooper & producers Golan / Globus, it's a film that somehow manages the almost impossible feat of looking big budget & extremely cheap at the same time. Hadn't seen this for years & it's still utterly bizarre (Why exactly is the Home Secretary coming on the mission with you? How did Frank Finlay's mad scientist get his job investigating 'life after death' & who sent him that giant spear? WTF was that ending?), but loads of fun & Ms. May is absolutely gorgeous. Loved it.
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Edge of the Axe (1988)
The community of a small American rural town come under assault from a white masked axe murderer sporting a rain slicker (hey, a serial killer in some practical clothing!). A Spanish made/US set slasher from the '80s instantly made me think of Pieces. Sadly, this nowhere near reaches the heights Juan Piquer Simón's masterpiece. It's decently made, owing more to a giallo mystery than most slashers of the time, with some nice suspenseful moments. We have plenty of suspicious characters hiding secrets or past trauma, and the overall question of what links these victims. What it lacks though is some form of investigatory thread to pull things together. Barton Faulks and Christina Marie Lane are the likeable couple who find themselves at the centre of the mystery but they never really engage with it until we arrive at the excellent twisty ending leaving the whole film feel like more a collection of scenes than a narrative.
Still being lazy...

#37 - Edge of the Axe (1988)
In one word; awkward. Every conversation, almost every line of dialogue seems bizarre, like the script has been machine translated [from Spanish?] and nobody bothered proof reading it before filming. But this combo of visually competent filmmaking with a beautifully inept script makes for some pretty entertaining slasher cheese so I'm not complaining. Out of all the slightly off kilter happenings my personal favourite was the peculiar out of nowhere monotone narration of the on screen computer text, whose voice was that supposed to be? The PC's? Were the movie characters hearing it too?
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One Missed Call (2003)
Mysterious phone calls from an unknown number appear to be portentous recordings of people's moment of death. When student friends of Yumi (Ko Shibasaki) start dying with this curse spreading from phone to phone she encounters Hiroshi (Shin'ichi Tsutsumi) who is already investigating the mystery and the pair team up to try and halt the deaths. This is one of my favourites from that post-Ring J-horror boom. As a later entry it's certainly derivative of many of its predecessors with a splash of Final Destination thrown in for good measure. So what makes it stand out? Takashi Miike is an adept hand at generating uncomfortable atmosphere and he peppers the film touches of black humour and oddball characters. But it's the in-your-face escalation of the curse that I love. Most cinematic hauntings take place in isolation with nobody to witness. This vengeful spirit doesn't give a **** who's looking and the live TV exorcism to protect one of its targets goes about as wrong as you could imagine!
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#17 - Devil Times Five AKA People Toys AKA The Horrible House on The Hill (1974)

Quentin Tarantino was asked in a recent interview for a horror film recommendation and, being as he has his grindhouse credentials to think of, this was what he came up with.

A bus overturns in the snow and the only survivors are five children, who were on their way to an asylum for the criminally insane.

They're taken in by a group of adults on a ski break in an isolated cabin and before long the bodies start to pile up, as the pint-sized pyschos find various creative ways to despatch of their hosts.

I actually quite enjoyed this, with its porno-tached lead and porno-boobed final girl. For the first half hour it's as much awkward erotica as it is horror film but it gets into its stride and there are some moments that are genuinely quite disturbing, as the kids take glee in the suffering of their prey.

It's clearly inspired by something like Village Of The Damned but without any supernatural explanation. These homocidal kids are just doing it for the giggles.

Worth a watch as a curiosity.


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God Told Me To (1976)
Tony Lo Bianco's devout Catholic cop undergoes a crisis of faith when confronting a mass murdering sniper who tells him, 'God told me to do it'. This is just the first such atrocity New York faces following the same pattern. Seemingly normal people calmly murdering others on behalf of the almighty. You've got to love Larry Cohen's completely unfiltered attitude to film-making. Unrestrained by budget or genre rules, Larry will always take you where his imagination leads. This often makes for tonal unevenness, like in this movie which goes from harrowing scenes like a guy calmly describing how he executed his kids to Richard Lynch appearing with an abdominal vagina. His films are never dull and God bless Larry for that!
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Monkey Shines (1988)
Athlete Jason Beghe becomes a quadriplegic after an accident & is given a capuchin helper monkey to aid him around the house. Alas, the monkey has been genetically altered by hipster scientist John Pankow to be super intelligent, & when man & monkey form a psychic bond, God help anyone who crosses them…

George A. Romero takes a break from zombies to direct this solid little chiller with a few recognisable faces in the supporting cast (Stanley Tucci, Stephen Root, Janine Turner) & some frankly ace monkey acting. It's not particularly scary, but there's a tension & slightly off-kilter atmosphere to the whole thing, with one great jump scare at the end. Despite the nearly two-hour running time, it feels like there's a lot missing - Root is clearly being set up for some kind of comeuppance which never comes, & the whole 'psychic link' thing is never really explained - & I dearly wished Pankow got more screen time as he's the best character in the film by a country mile. Overall though, highly enjoyable stuff.
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The babadook (2014).


A widow and her troubled son find a book.

One of those films that I’ve been wanting to watch for ages (and indeed have the blu-ray), but ended up watching on Amazon.
You really don’t know if the mum is being driven to distraction by her son’s behavior and lack of sleep, or if something really is happening.
I enjoyed this one, it’s suitably creepy and hard to tell at times what is meant to be a dream and what is real until after the fact, and it worked well.

I’m not going to say that parts of it creeped me out, but I may have turned on the light about halfway through after the budgie dropped to the bottom of his cage and made some noise* at the wrong moment.
I have a lot of sympathy for the mother, as she seemed to start losing it whilst dealing with the combination of her son and lack of sleep as what is real and what is imagination starts to merge.
The ending was good with a bit of a twist.

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Night of the Living Dead (1968).


This is one that I’m sure I’ve seen, but can’t quite remember, I know I’ve seen the remake with Lyta Alexandra from B5, and it’s interesting to note how different it is to most of the later Zombie films whilst at the same time seeing how much they borrowed from it.
Things like the zombies being reasonably smart (trying to open car doors, smashing lights, using basic tools), and moving fairly fast at times.

It’s also interesting to see how it plays with the idea of the black man being a threat is subverted when Barbra is at the house and Ben arrives and is momentarily posed to be threatening before turning around starting to take steps to make the house defensible.

Overall it seems very tame by modern zombie standards, but well shot and enjoyable.


*He makes quite a "thud" at times as he jumps down.

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Tales That Witness Madness (1973)
Psychiatrist Donald Pleasence invites us into his hi-tech asylum for the criminally insane to hear from four of his patients - a boy with an imaginary pet tiger, an antiques dealer with a cursed penny farthing, a man who fell in love with a sexy tree (!) and a woman who's daughter was sacrificed to voodoo gods.

I love a good portmanteau horror, but this one feels like someone watched all the Amicus films but didn't really get what made them tick. None of the stories really go anywhere, make any sense or offer any kind of explanation for their outcomes & the 'big twist' in the wraparound story is poorly handled too. Pleasence doesn't get much to do & the rest of the cast - including Joan Collins, Kim Novak & Jack Hawkins - feel equally wasted. Most disappointing.

But speaking of Amicus…

The Skull (1965)
Scholar of darkness & collector of weird artefacts Peter Cushing is offered the skull of the Marquis de Sade, which slowly begins to drive him insane. Will he heed his pal Christopher Lee's advice & get rid of the thing before it's too late?

Cushing & Lee are both on top form & the supporting cast is full of stalwart players including Patrick Magee, Nigel Green, Patrick Wymark & Michael Gough. Nothing much actually happens for most of the film, but the whole thing is incredibly creepy throughout & the visuals, music & general atmosphere add up to a gripping experience, especially in the largely dialogue-free final half hour. Loved it. Highly recommended.

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Funny Games (2007) - The US like-for-like remake. This was a revisit but still made for uncomfortable viewing. I imagine there were a few walkouts in the theatres all those years ago. Knowing how the film pans out took some of the edge off and dragged a little in places. I would definitely recommend watching it if you haven't seen it.

Need a good monster flick to watch as a change of pace - Razorback just popped back on my radar.
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One Missed Call 2 (2005)
A year after the events of the first film it seems the cell phone spook is back, or is she? Same ringtone, same tendency to treat people like human Stretch Armstrong toys, but differences in the MO… Kindergarten teacher (is this school the one in Dark Water?) Kyoko (Rie Mimura) and her boyfriend Naoto (Hisashi Yoshizawa) become embroiled in the new cases and team up with reporter Takako (Asaka Seto) to uncover the mystery. After a strong opening act the film sags a little in the middle before picking up again in the rural-set finale in an abandoned mine area (brought back memories of the Fatal Frame/Project Zero games). A decent sequel that opens up new layers to the history of the curse.
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