Reviews Tagged with Necrophilia

Dead and Buried (1981)

It will take your breath away... all of it.
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Dead and Buried - It will take your breath away... all of it.

With a tagline harvested freshly from the mouth of the new recruit in the marketing department claiming the movie is from the creators of Alien, Dead and Buried's only connection with the aforementioned iconic sc-fi horror is that the screenplay was helped along by Dan O'Bannon who had a much bigger input in the outerspace classic than in this. A m... Click to read more "Dead and Buried"

Macabre (Macabro) AKA Frozen Terror (1980)

Once she kept a lover on the side. But that's nothing compared to what she's keeping in the freezer.
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Macabre (Macabro) - Once she kept a lover on the side. But that's nothing compared to what she's keeping in the freezer.

Lamberto Bava's directorial debut, Macabre (Macabro) AKA Frozen Terror, is a beautiful romance story about illicit love affairs, unrequited devotion, tragedy, child murder, child murderers, necrophilia, and blind people dropping the soap. It would be impossible to do this work of perverse sinister art justice without giving away the surprise so if ... Click to read more "Macabre (Macabro) AKA Frozen Terror"

Switchblade Romance (Haute Tension) (2003)

Hearts will bleed.
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Haute Tension - High Tension - Switchblade Romance - Hearts will bleed

Confession time. This film is, and has been for a while, a favourite of mine. With that in mind, I've tried to write this as if I was seeing it for the first time when it comes to the plot i.e. no spoilers or repeat viewing perception. Let's see how this works out...Haute Tension (or High Tension, or, ridiculously, Switchblade Romance - yuk) was in... Click to read more "Switchblade Romance (Haute Tension)"

Visitor Q (Bijitâ Q) (2001)

The only thing stranger than this family is... Visitor Q.
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Visitor Q - The only thing stranger than this family is... Visitor Q.

If you have seen any Takashi Miike movies then you expect to be shocked. With Visitor Q the controversial Japanese director does not disappoint, not really a horror (although there are some gory moments) this movie is definitely extreme. Takashi Miike really pushes the boundaries of decency with this movie but manages to make a really prominent (if... Click to read more "Visitor Q (Bijitâ Q)"