Tag: Artsploitation Films

Blood Paradise Blu-ray Review

Pastoral Swedish Murder Artsploitation Films has explored a wide range of underground horror from across the world, often highlighting clever filmmaking like the amazing Snowflake for North American audiences. …

Luciferina Blu-ray Review

Devilish Terror From Argentina Leave it to Artsploitation Films to find a memorable demonic thriller that touches upon religion and sexuality, without feeling like a generic b-movie. The cult …

Snowflake Blu-ray Review

Funny, Fresh, and Clever German Filmmaking What if I told you the most thrillingly original and creative movie from the past year was an underground German masterpiece? Recalling the …

Trauma Blu-ray Review

Searing and Depraved Horror From Chile Four women from Santiago, Chile visit the countryside for a weekend getaway in one of the most brutal and controversial films ever made …

A Taste of Phobia Review

Fearful Phobias have driven many horror movies over the years. A Taste of Phobia is indie horror that uses some common and a few uncommon fears as the basis …

German Angst Blu-ray Review

Shocking German Horror From 3 Talented Directors German Angst is an uncompromising horror anthology from the minds of three underground filmmakers bringing their ‘A’ game. The 2015 German production …

Red Christmas Blu-ray Review

Dee Wallace Returns To Horror In This Christmas Slasher A dysfunctional family’s Christmas reunion is ruined when a dark secret from their past becomes an all-out slasher. What happens …

Counter Clockwise Blu-ray Review

Clocking Out Six months into the future, Ethan (Michael Kopelow) kills two people. Tricky circumstances for a passive, non-killing time traveller when he arrives to see his eventual self …

Vampyres Review

The 70’s cult classic Vampyres gets a pulsating remake Spanish filmmaker Victor Matellano (Wax) remakes the sensuous, euro horror film Vampyres in a very bloody and graphic update. Along …

Killbillies (aka Idyll) Review

A hicksploitation slasher from Slovenia of all places Few movies out of Slovenia hit the international market, much less horror movies. Writer and director Tomaz Gorkic changes that with …

Der Bunker Blu-ray Review

Bizarre German movie is one of the year’s highlights Only Germany could have produced such a delightfully twisted movie. Writer and director Nikias Chryssos crafts an eccentric tale of …