Reviews: Horror Movies Beginning with I

Ichi the Killer (Koroshiya 1) (2001)

Excessive violence from Takashi Miike.
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Ichi the Killer - Excessive Violence from Takashi Miike

Ichi the Killer (Koroshiya 1) is a tremendously violent, tremendously twisted and slightly confusing Yakuza movie with the perverse and bizarre storyline that we have come to expect of Takashi Miike. The gore is excessive, the violence is brutal and there is a plethora of peculiar, complex, drug-fuelled characters, once again typical of this legend... Click to read more "Ichi the Killer (Koroshiya 1)"

The Incredible Melting Man (1977)

He feeds on human flesh.
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The Incredible Melting Man - He feeds on human flesh.

Some movies are so bad they are bad, some are so bad they are good and The Incredible Melting Man is so bad it's amazing. The film is a prime example of producers interfering in a filmmakers vision and, while the interference has a negative effect on the intended end product, it endows the final movie with something truly quirky and unique. It was ... Click to read more "The Incredible Melting Man"

Island of Death (1976)

The lucky ones simply got their brains blown out.
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Island of Death - The lucky ones simply got their brains blown out.

Nico Mastorakis is the first to admit that his motivation for making Island of Death was money. This highlights that maybe other directors have the same motivation and just like to grease the wheels of the marketing machine with bullshit as Island of Death still stands out as one of the more notable entries on the Video Nasty list. His inspiration ... Click to read more "Island of Death"

Isle of the Damned (2008)

Savage cruelty was their culture... human flesh was their food!
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Isle of the Damned - Savage cruelty was their culture... human flesh was their food

Isle of the Damned is a highly comical spoof of the Italian cannibal movies popular in the late seventies and early eighties. Purposely over-the-top and deliberately made to look as if it were a poorly filmed low budget movie (complete with poor film quality and terrible dubbing reminiscent of many of the Italian horror flicks from the parodied era... Click to read more "Isle of the Damned"

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