La Llorona (1933) — B&S About Movies

The first Mexican horror film, this movie is all about the legend of “The Crying Woman.” There’s been a film made about this story every few years and few of them are good. This one at least has some interesting atmosphere and is historically important. Maria is a woman who has two children and is […]

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Via B&S About Movies -Vacaciones de Terror (1989)

Let’s talk about family tradition. The Cardona family has it. Starting with the senior Rene Cardona, we got films like the brain-melting Santa Claus, Wrestling Women vs. the Aztec Mummy and Night of the Bloody Apes. His son would continue the journey with Night of 1000 Cats, Guyana: Crime of the Century and Tintorera. Starting with this film, Rene Cardona III […]

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Via The Thoughts and Fancies of a Fake Geek BoyThe Thoughts and Fancies of a Fake Geek Boy-Arrow’s Lineup of Killer Dames

Emilio Miraglia’s career as a director was a brief one, spanning only from 1967 to 1972. I can find few biographical details on him, but some sources suggest that he died in 1982, so perhaps ill health is to blame for his career being curtailed. Though most of his movies were spy or crime thrillers […]

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Via Really Awful Movies-Beneath

Not to be confused with What Lies Beneath, the Zemeckis-directed supernatural horror starring Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer, Beneath is a killer catfish movie (which also explores what lies beneath, or as the tagline says the terror that “lies just below the surface.”) But is it a killer, comma, catfish movie? Who knows? It’s not […]

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Via Broke Horror Fan – Evil Under the Sun will be released on Blu-ray on September 1st

Evil Under the Sun will be released on Blu-ray on September 1 via Kino Lorber Studio Classics. It features reversible artwork with an alternate poster on the other side (pictured below).Based on Agatha Christie’s 1941 novel of the same name, the 1982 British murder-mystery film is directed by Guy Hamilton (Goldfinger, Live and Let Die)…

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Via B&S About Movies – Blue Steel (1990)

So this isn’t really a giallo. But then again, Near Dark really isn’t a gothic horror movie, but it does a damn good job of updating that genre too. That’s due to Kathryn Bigelow, the only woman to ever win a Best Director Academy Award. From Point Break to Strange Days and the film that won her that […]

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Via Broke Horror Fan-Pitch Black will be released on 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray

Pitch Black will be released on 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray on August 18 via Arrow Video. This marks Arrow’s first foray into 4K. Luke Preece designed the new cover art, which features “night” and “day” (pictured below) reversible variants.The 2000 sci-fi/action/horror hybrid is directed by David Twohy (A Perfect Getaway) from a script he…

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Via CULT FACTION-Preview- The Beast Must Die (Limited Edition Bluray)

The last of Amicus’ famed horror productions, The Beast Must Die combines the country-house whodunnit with the werewolf movie – with a dash of blaxploitation. In the movie Calvin Lockhart (A Dandy in Aspic) and Marlene Clark (Ganja & Hess) have invited a disparate group of guests, including Peter Cushing (Corruption), Michael Gambon (The Cook, the…

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Via Grindhouse Theology-Grindhouse’s Social Distancing Movie Extravaganza

We here at Grindhouse Theology want to manifest graced solidarity with our readers and fellow horror fans by sharing some of the films that have kept us sane during the current quarantine period. The social distancing protocols we’ve all had to put into effect have been hard on us all, but the remarkable thing many […]

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