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Gro Swantje Kohlhof in Sleep

Sleep (AKA Schlaf) Will Definitely Keep You Up At Night [Fantasia Review]

​As scary as sleep paralysis, intense nightmares, etc. are there are very few horror movies that actually deal with these conditions effectively; Sleep (or Schlaf, auf Deutsch) looks set to change all...

Bloody Moon Movie 1981

Bloody Moon Is A Vintage Horror With Top Notch Gore

Bloody Moon opens with a disfigured man named Miguel. From the start you can’t help but feel sorry for him. Not only is he sexually frustrated, but he’s also misconceived. Due to the disfi...

Nekromantik

Nekromantik: Grimy and Gross or Surprisingly Sincere?

The ‘70s and ‘80s were a time when horror was focused heavily on pushing boundaries, especially in the foreign market. Films like Cannibal Holocaust, Cannibal Ferox, Salome and most of the Lucio Fulci...

Review: Der Samurai

With Der Samurai, writer-director Till Kleinert has done the impossible: He’s made a horror movie unlike anything else you’re likely to see this year. Even more shocking, it’s his fi...