Tag Archives: Dead Children

The Seventh Curse (Yuan Zhen-Xia yu Wei Si-Li 1986) REVIEW

One of the main aspects of Asian cinema I admire most is their ability to throw so many different themes and devices of film making into one pot and come out with something that is not only coherent, but insanely … Continue reading

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Dellamorte Dellamore (a.k.a. Cemetery Man) Review

Dellamorte Dellamore (translated to Of Death Of Love, which can then be easily jumbled around to Love of the Dead) is a title better known to most American audiences as Cemetery Man.  Regardless of which title you prefer to adopt … Continue reading

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MADMAN Review

Madman was released in 1982, right in the thick of the tidal wave of Friday the 13th slasher clones that were being pumped out at a mind boggling rate.  From big budget national release dice ’em ups, to low budget, … Continue reading

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