Category Archives: Documentary

Frankenstein’s Army (2013)

If a mix of old school Resident Evil and Silent Hill sounds right up your alley then read on. OK, everyone is now pretty much fed up with ‘found footage’ films and while Frankenstein’s Army (FA) does use it, it’s … Continue reading

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My Favourite Hand Painted Movie Posters From Ghana

If you haven’t read my other post on the crazy world of hand painted movie posters from Ghana then I recommend ¬†you read it first. Well, only if you’re interested in the history of why these things even exist. If … Continue reading

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Machete Maidens Unleashed! (2010) – Philipino movie documentary

Another exploitation documentary, but this time with a twist. This one explores the movies from, and made in, the Philipine’s. Many with the help of the infamous Ferdinand Marcos (he of the wife with many shoes). Covering everything from the … Continue reading

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American Grindhouse (2010) – exploitation documentary

American Grindhouse lays out our favourite deviancy chronologically. Right from the creation of the moving picture through to some recent picks such as Planet Terror and the like. Our journey starts with the creation of the moving picture and how … Continue reading

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Carnival of Blood: What FREAKS taught me about revenge and protecting others

Much has been said over the years about Tod Browning’s FREAKS thanks largely in part to easy access to the film on the Internet and its standing as a public domain motion picture. By now, chances are if you’re a … Continue reading

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My Top 10 – Serial Killers

I’ve ranked these in order of, in my opinion, depravity. A high body count a good serial killer does not make, it’s their warped logic or despicable acts that count in my top ten list. The information below is taken … Continue reading

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A History of Horror : with Mark Gatiss

Mark Gatiss is (apparently) a writer and actor who loves his horror movies. In this three part BBC series he talks about three of the best eras (in his opinion) of horror movies. The first episode starts off with a … Continue reading

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Schlock! The Secret History of American Movies

Schlock! The Secret History of American Movies is a documentary about, as its title suggests, the history of American movies, but not your Hollywood blockbusters, oh no, this is about the history of American exploitation movies. The documentary begins with … Continue reading

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Nightmares in Red, White & Blue – The Evolution of the American Horror Film

Nightmares in Red, White and Blue is a documentary which, as its tag line implies, tells the tale of the American horror film from it’s earliest origins (1910 short of Frankenstein) through to modern day remakes of the classics. The … Continue reading

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Scottish cannibal, Alexander “Sawney” Bean, and his crazy incestous family

And now, we take a moment from our ‘normal’ programming schedule to bring you something a little different, yet still related to horror movies. Several movies have been based upon the tale of Sawney Bean and his cannibalistic family, The … Continue reading

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