The Mattei Affair (1972) | OBSCURE PICKS

The Mattei Affair (1972) was awarded at Cannes Film Festival in 1972 with Palme D’Or which was also given for Elio Petri’s The Working...

Summertime Killer

Summertime Killer | Furious Euro-Classics

Taking a look at another often overlooked Euro-classic, Isasmendi’s SUMMERTIME KILLER (more about the movie at the GCDB) often makes the list of cult...

The Forty-first (1956)

The Forty-First (1956) | OBSCURE PICKS

The Forty-first (1956) is a Soviet war drama which was nominated for Palme D’Or in Cannes in 1957. Though the motion picture failed to...

Month of Horror Prevues: EATEN ALIVE

“Daddy’s off to the slay the dragon.” Eaten Alive (1977) was Tobe Hooper’s rather mediocre follow up to his 1974 horror masterpiece The Texas...

Criterion Crime and Comedy Classics

Arthouse Shmarthouse. We’re just kidding, we appreciate our arthouse cinema as much as any film loving website does but sometimes you want to watch...

THE ORPHANAGE

The Orphanage is a Spanish film from 2007 that garnered a great deal of praise upon its release. The film was directed by J.A....

Catching The Lewton Bus

As much as I love all the Horror films that feature lots of creative special FX, there are others that I’ve come to admire...

John Carpenter’s VAMPIRES

Director John Carpenter is a Master of Horror. Sometimes he fails to deliver but he will always be known as one of the greats...