Xpiation Film Review

“In a large isolated cellar, a mysterious aristocratic woman begins torturing a man while videotaping it. The torture escalates as we find out the secrets the man holds inside of him. Pleasure and pain are all on the menu as we find out the full meaning of The Trilogy of Death.” (Official) An exercise in

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There are a lot of bad pants in this movie. Also, bad haircuts, bad sex and, whenever a chair is needed to hit someone over the head, or a table required to topple onto, all manner of bad prop furniture eager to disintegrate upon impact.   At times there is no end to the bad.

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The Transparent Woman is a 2015 Italian Giallo mystery, written and directed by Domiziano Christpharo. No stranger to Italian exploitation cinema, Domiziano Christpharo is known for his long list of erotic horror films such as House of Flesh Mannequins (2009), P.O.E. Poetry of Eerie (2011) and Lovecraft’s 2 Left Arms (2012) as well as working

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If it doesn’t fizz or pop or ooze, Lucio Fulci isn’t interested in the details. If it can’t be removed by force or eaten while still alive, he’s just going to shrug and ask what difference should the rest of the movie make to him. At times the reek of his indifference is unavoidable. His

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last Stop on the Night Train Review

tA trip you will never forget, cult director Aldo Lado’s Last Stop on the Night Train is a grimy exploitation film billed early on as “The New House on the Left”. A bold statement, but one that is not without merit as the production follows a similar formula while interjecting its own tweaks on the revenge

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Agony film review

Harkening back to the golden era of Italian cinema, Agony features giallo starlet Asia Argento and the iconic Franco Nero.  Billed as an homage to Italian giallo cinema and led by two notable actors to come out of the scene (Well Nero from Spaghetti Westerns, but you catch my drift),  I was pretty excited to

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Diabolik

Now that we have watched all four seasons of Call My Agent, some of us several times, we need something fresh from Netfilx or anywhere else to keep lockdown boredom at bay. There’s not much coming from Hollywood and absolutely nothing from the Marvel Universe. Star Wars trilogies? Insult to intelligence, an abomination to the

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