Reviews Tagged with 1980s - Page 5

A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)

You shouldn't have buried me, I'm not dead.
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A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master - You shouldn't have buried me, I'm not dead

A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master is the first indication that the franchise has less of a future than a marriage between Ted Bundy and a snuff fetishist. From the lame 80s opening music performed by Patricia Arquette's Kristen replacement (Tuesday Knight), the fact that they had to replace Kristen with another actress in the first plac... Click to read more "A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master"

A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child (1989)

Now Freddy's A Daddy, He's Killing For Two.
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A NIghtmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child - Now Freddy's A Daddy, He's Killing For Two.

I'm not even going to try and bullshit you: I love everything Freddy. EVERYTHING. Perhaps it's because he encompasses everything I am - evil & sadistic with a dark sense of humor. Or maybe it's because I like my villains with personality. I also grew up (I use that term loosely) on the Nightmare on Elm Street Series and I hold them close to my hear... Click to read more "A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child"

Nightmares in a Damaged Brain (1981)

The dream you can't escape ALIVE!
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Nightmares in a Damaged Brain - The Dream You Can't Escape ALIVE!

Compared to a number of non-shocking movies on the video nasty list Nightmares in a Damaged Brain (also known as just Nightmare and also known as Blood Splash and Schizo) is well deserved of it's designation of nasty. Not only is the movie superbly gory, sleazy and violent it is put together in a way that really messes with the hub of the nervous s... Click to read more "Nightmares in a Damaged Brain"

Pieces (Mil gritos tiene la noche) (1982)

Pieces... It's exactly what you think it is!
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Pieces (Mil gritos tiene la noche) - You Don't Have To Go To Texas For A Chainsaw Massacre!

With a copious amount of blood-painted axe murderousness at the hands of a young boy defending his naked lady jigsaw before the opening credits you almost guarantee Juan Piquer Simón's Pieces (Mil gritos tiene la noche) will get a positive review here. Throw in an abundance of bra-challenged eighties university student ladies sporting big hair, big... Click to read more "Pieces (Mil gritos tiene la noche)"

Ratman (Quella villa in fondo al parco) (1988)

The critter from the shitter.
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Ratman - The Critter from the Shitter

Not knowing what to expect, Ratman (Quella villa in fondo al parco) provided a pleasantly disturbing chunk of Italian trashy nastiness. Possibly the most disturbing aspect of the experience was the rat-monkey-monster himself played by Nelson de la Rosa, the once smallest person in the world (R.I.P.), adding a serious amount of realism to the creepy... Click to read more "Ratman (Quella villa in fondo al parco)"

Shogun Assassin (1980)

Lone wolf and son. The greatest team in the history of mass slaughter.
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Shogun Assassin - Lone wolf and son. The greatest team in the history of mass slaughter.

It's not usual that a Samurai movie would be reviewed on this site but Shogun Assassin (known in Japan as Kozure Okami) is here for two reasons. Number one is that this movie almost made the notorious Video Nasty list in the UK and number two is the plentiful amount of blood and violence. One of the movie's taglines is "It's impossible to keep a bo... Click to read more "Shogun Assassin"

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