Reviews Tagged with 2009 - Page 2

Samurai Princess (Samurai purinsesu: Gedô-hime) (2009)

A new Samurai is born.
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Samurai Princess (Samurai purinsesu: Gedô-hime) - A New Samuirai is Born

Sticking with what seems to be this month's theme of excessively gory Asian horror movies; the biscuit is awarded to and allowed to be taken away by Samurai Princess (Samurai purinsesu: Gedô-hime). Possibly the goriest Japanese cyberpunk splatterfest to grace my DVD player with more severed body parts than Jeffery Dahmer's dinner parties and more v... Click to read more "Samurai Princess (Samurai purinsesu: Gedô-hime)"

Someone's Knocking at the Door (2009)

We all kill... and fuck... together...
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Someone's Knocking at the Door - We all kill... and fuck... together...

Drugs are never the answer (unless the question is “What shall we do at the weekend?”). It is obvious from the opening credits that Someone's Knocking at the Door is going to feature copious amounts of narcotics, drug addled students dying and a modern psychedelic skew. It is obvious from the opening scene that loose morals and brutal pervertedness... Click to read more "Someone's Knocking at the Door"

Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl (Kyûketsu Shôjo tai Shôjo Furanken) (2009)

More live action Manga madness.
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl - More Live Action Manga Madness

If you are looking for a goregasm in a poly-box and are able to cope with the politically incorrect, bizarre and slapstick-verging Manga humour from a movie directed by Yoshihiro Nishimura (use Tokyo Gore Police as a reference) then Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl (Kyûketsu Shôjo tai Shôjo Furanken) is just the Japanese love story to get you frot... Click to read more "Vampire Girl vs Frankenstein Girl (Kyûketsu Shôjo tai Shôjo Furanken)"

Widow (2009)

Is she losing her mind or is the truth even more terrifying than she could ever imagine?
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Hellbound Heart

Widow

When watching and reviewing indie genre films, I've often found myself inclined to be pretty charitable. I know how hard it is to get films written and made, and to an extent, I take this into consideration. But that tolerance can only be taken so far - as a film fan, I want to get something out of the films I watch irrespective of their budgets or... Click to read more "Widow"

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