Saturday, 19 November 2011

Hostel (film review)


Hostel might just be the most disturbing, Graphic mainstream film ever realised into Cinemas. Very rare do we find a film like this playing in more than 2000+ Cinemas in America and too have a gigantic Box-Office opening of 19 million dollars.
Hostel is indeed a film that makes you feel extremely uncomfortable due to it being based around nothing but explicit torture most of the time. But it’s surely one of the better films by Eli Roth even though my opinion is kind of the same as it was maybe 5 years ago.

Monday, 14 November 2011

Nightmare City (film review)

A lot of us would have seen Planet Terror? Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino all got their inspiration to make that from a picture by Umberto Lenzi called Incubo Sulla Cittá Contaminata or just commonly Nightmare City.
Now it’s not the first time I have seen it either, I don’t remember likening it some years ago on a Piss-Poor Japanese bootleg I had with terrible picture quality that lost the experience from me. Now I viewed it again I must say it feels like a different feel come around the second time, But of course it has flaws and issues and some stuff I didn’t much care for.

Hell of the Living Dead (film review)

Hell of the Living Dead might just be single handed the biggest camp classic in Zombie cinema history!
Based on the phenomenal success of Lucio Fulci’s Blockbuster and one only classic Zombi 2, Italian producers where Rushing the Markets and trying to compete with its successes by capsizing on a Rip-Off of Dawn of the Dead (E.G. zombi 2). None did well but one became well known Bruno Mattei’s Hell of the Living Dead AKA Night of the Zombies or its Native Italy’s Virus - l'inferno dei morti viventi.

Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Orca (film review)

Beautiful – Outstanding – Underrated?

My girlfriend put those dialogues of words together after she saw it again for the first time in years.

Orca It’s no doubt made on the long string of films riding off on Jaws (my favourite being Grizzly), Orca tends to have more Elements that Children can relate too… And not to forget its Stunning Soundtrack and theme music Dialogue of Memories. It’s indeed Underrated, Love it or Hate it there is many overlooked quality’s.