• Kill, Baby… Kill! (Operazione paura,1966)

    In my last review, we took a look at Sergio Martino’s The Suspicious Death of a Minor (1975), a solid “mash-up” of two Italian film genres, “giallo” and “poliziotteschi.” Today we’re going to take a look at a standout in Italian gothic horror, written and directed by one of its...
  • The Night of the Sorcerers (La noche de los brujos, 1974)

    There are some movies, which are like the denizens on the “Island of Misfit Toys” — just a little bit off, a tad strange, a smidge odd, or altogether broken. Still, just because these misfits find themselves in the junk drawer of cinema history, doesn’t mean that they don’t...
  • Severin Films offer the Necro Bundle!

    Euro-horror Fans, Yesterday, Severin Films announced that they would be releasing Joe D’Amato’s 1979 Italian gross-out Beyond the Darkness on blu-ray on July 25th.  Quickly, thereafter, they detailed a special Necro Bundle on their Facebook page.  Below is the description of the special package of limited-edition extras.  You don’t usually...
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