Reviews Tagged with Psychopaths & Serial Killers - Page 5

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"

The Last House on the Left (1972)

To avoid fainting, keep repeating "It's only a movie...It's only a movie..."
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The Last House on the Left - To avoid fainting, keep repeating "It's only a movie...It's only a movie..."

The Last House on the Left is Wes Craven's first horror movie venture and with it he created one of the most influential exploitation movies that has shaped the genre and been mimicked so many times. Due to the realism and brutality of the movie it became an arduous task to finally get the movie release with an R rating and it wasn't until the thir... Click to read more "The Last House on the Left"

The Los Angeles Ripper (2011)

In the city of dreams... a nightmare stalks.
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The Los Angeles Ripper - In the city of dreams... a nightmare stalks

The second feature length film from Craig McIntyre is endearingly known as The Los Angeles Ripper. This movie presents a noticeable progression from his previous work, A Few Screws Loose, in a number of ways. It has still obviously been produced on a micro-budget but there are noticeable improvements which have addressed a number of flaws apparent ... Click to read more "The Los Angeles Ripper"

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"

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