Josh Lobo’s directorial debut sits somewhere between a character study of a maddening mind and the retro-chic stylings of films like The House of the Devil and Darling. Presented in an even more slow-burn aesthetic than the previously mentioned films,… Continue Reading →
You’d be hard pressed to find another film as ambitious and creatively satisfying as Book of Monsters.
In a world full of imitators, remakes, and reimaginings, James Bickert dares to challenge genre cinema and redefine exploitation for a new generation. A true King of Sleaze, Bickert and company have succeeded in delivering films that tackle everything from… Continue Reading →
Having witnessed the brutal murder of psychic medium Helga Ulmann (Macha Méril), jazz instructor and musician Marcus Daly (David Hemmings) works with news reporter Gianna Brezzi (Daria Nicolodi) to solve this horrendous crime. As the body count rises, the two… Continue Reading →
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