Via Grindhouse Theology-An Invitation to the “Christian” Death Cult [Ian]

The Invitation is absolutely one of the most bone-chilling films I’ve ever beheld, for what it is in itself and for the the mirror it eerily holds up to my experience. When the film’s protagonist, Will, is invited by his ex-wife, Eden, to his former home for a dinner party she’s hosting with her new […]

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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 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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Via CULT FACTION-Cult Movie Essentials- Puppet Master: Axis of Evil (2010)

Directed by David DeCoteau, Puppet Master: Axis of Evil is the ninth official entry into the Puppet Master franchise. Like many previous Puppet Master films it begins at the Bodega Bay Inn, this time in the year 1939. This time around we meet Danny Coogan (Levi Fiehler) who is making wooden chairs for a wedding reception…

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Via B&S About Movies-The Sweet Body of Deborah (1968)

Il Dolce Corpo di Deborah, or The Sweet Body of Deborah, is a gorgeous film that embodies the fashionable side of the giallo. It’s directed by Romolo Guerrieri (Johnny Yuma) from a script by Ernesto Gastaldi (Hands of Steel, 2019: After the Fall of New York, The Case of the Bloody Iris, The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh — obviously […]

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Via Father Son Holy Gore -“You don’t like me cookin’?”: Queer Struggle(s), Othered Bodies, & Work in THE LIGHTHOUSE

“Nothing good happens when two men are trapped in a giant phallus” — director Robert Eggers

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Via The Rusy Soapbox-Child’s Play (2019) Review – It’s Not Better than the Original

OK, I know I’m about seven months too late to the party but as ever, I’m jogging behind the bandwagon and shouting my opinions at people who I’m pretty sure don’t care. However, the ‘Chucky’ franchise is one of my favourite horror franchises and I think it doesn’t get enough credit. For a start, a […]

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I Love the Night: 1979’s Dracula and Sepulchral Seduction — VHS Revival

The 1970s was a curious time for the world’s most famous vampire, Count Dracula, who was originally created by Bram Stoker in his classic 1897 novel of the same name. Despite ruling the screen for over a decade thanks to Christopher Lee’s iconic turn, Hammer’s incarnation of the character had now been exhausted to the point where, for their last three outings, he had been depicted as savaging London’s modern-day, hot-pants wearing youth, going undercover as an estate agent (!!!) and, rather wonderfully, stumbling into the martial arts genre. Elsewhere, the character had undergone Blaxploitation overhauls in Blacula and its sequel Scream, Blacula, Scream, and had entered the wilfully tragi-comic arena of the absurd with Paul Morrissey and Andy Warhol’s Blood for Dracula.

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