30 September 2009

CHERRY FALLS

CHERRY FALLS

German Title:
Sex oder stirb!

USA, 2000
Director: Geoffrey Wright

6/10









Average post-Scream slasher, not very original but quite entertaining.
The main problem of the film is that its basic idea (some kind of slasher comedy) doesn't fully work: it's not funny enough to be a horror comedy, not gory or tense enough to be a slasher.
At least the acting is decent, the story is great and some scenes were pretty thrilling.

27 September 2009

The OMEN series

THE OMEN

German Title:
Das Omen

USA, 1976
Director: Richard Donner

10/10






A terrific masterpiece, one of the 70s' best horror movies. Highly suspenseful and creepy with an interesting story, an amazing soundtrack (Ave Satani!), a brilliant cast (Gregoy Peck, Harvey Stephens...), wonderful atmosphere and a bunch of unforgettable scenes (most notably the impaled priest and the infamous decapitation). Classic!




DAMIEN: OMEN II

German Title:
Damien - Omen II


USA, 1978
Director: Don Taylor

6/10






Nowhere near as great as Part 1 but still a pretty entertaining flick. Not that tense, atmospheric or suspenseful with mediocre acting and a silly storyline. At least it has a whole lotta great death scenes and again a superb score.




OMEN III: THE FINAL CONFLICT

Alternate Title:
The Final Conflict

German Title:
Barbara's Baby - Omen III

USA, 1981
Director: Graham Baker

3/10



Lame and totally superfluous sequel with a stupid story, nearly no tension, no scariness, full of boring dialogue and lengthy scenes. Again a great score and an ok Sam Neill, apart from that just forgettable.




OMEN IV: THE AWAKENING

German Title:
Omen IV: Das Erwachen

USA, 1991
Directors: Dominique Othenin-Girard & Jorge Montesi

4/10






About as superfluous as Part 3 but at least a bit more entertaining. A stupid story, bad dialogue, extremely terrible acting and way to many scenes that are just stupid. At least it has some really nice slo-mo death scenes (that wrecking ball death... class!) and some decent suspense.

THE CALLING

THE CALLING

USA / Germany, 2000
Director: Richard Caesar

1/10









One of the dullest and most boring movies I've ever seen. A sloppy z-grade Omen/Rosemary's Baby/Exorcist mishmash, with a superlame plot, lethargic actors and no single suspenseful moment. Avoid!

26 September 2009

BEETLEJUICE

BEETLEJUICE

German Title:
Lottergeist Beetlejuice

USA, 1988
Director: Tim Burton

9/10






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SWEENEY TODD

SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET

German Title:
Sweeney Todd - Der teuflische Barbier aus der Fleet Street

USA, 2007
Director: Tim Burton

8/10





One of the very, VERY few musicals that I really like. 
A weird but highly entertaining kinda horror-musical from the great Tim Burton, with a pretty great plot, a beautiful soundtrack, full of freaky characters performed by terrific actors (Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Sacha Baron Cohen...), packed with excellent atmosphere, terrific-looking settings and excessive gore scenes.
A gorgeous and highly amusing film!

THE DENTIST 1 & 2

THE DENTIST

USA, 1996
Director: Brian Yuzna

7/10









Dentists, I really, really hate them all - with one exception: Brian Yuzna's "The Dentist", a hilariously entertaining fun-horror flick about the cruellest creature on earth ;-)
It's highly amusing and enjoyable, but also pretty gruesome. Full of black humour, funny dialogue, decent actors (including an excellent performance from Corbin Bernsen alias Dr. Feinstone) and some brilliantly disgusting and brutal teeth-torture scenes.
Thumbs up!

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THE DENTIST 2: BRACE YOURSELF

Alternate Title:
The Dentist 2 - You Know The Drill

German Titles:

Dentist II / The Dentist 2 - Zahnarzt des Schreckens

USA, 1998
Director: Brian Yuzna

8/10



Pretty similar to Part 1 but surprisingly even better! Bernsen's performance is again absolutely terrific (maybe even better?), there's some fabulous gore, some uber-insane and painful torturing and a again a huge amount of hilarious humour. I can't help it, I simply love it! Would be great if Yuzna would make one more sequel.

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DR. TERROR'S HOUSE OF HORRORS

DR. TERROR'S HOUSE OF HORRORS

German Title:
Die Todeskarten des Dr. Schreck

UK, 1965
Director: Freddie Francis

7/10







Perfectly entertaining 60s Brit-Horror anthology movie in the vein of similar flicks like "The House That Dripped Blood". 5 entertaining stories about vampires, werewolves, voodoo stuff, killer plants and killer hands, all quite creepy, atmospheric and well-written, plus a top notch cast (Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Donald Sutherland...). Fun!

WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE?

WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE?

German Title:
Was geschah wirklich mit Baby Jane?

USA, 1962
Director: Robert Aldritch

9/10







A stunning and absolutely brilliant 60s classic. One of those movies that just never get old, never get boring. Extremely suspenseful and highly intense with a great story/script, a wonderful musical score, terrific cinematography and super-excellent performances from the god-like rivals Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. A terrific gem!

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25 September 2009

HOMECOMING

HOMECOMING

German Title:
Besessen - Fesseln der Eifersucht

USA, 2009
Director: Morgan J. Freeman

1/10






One of the most boring movies I've ever seen with terrible acting, lousy dialogue and a dull script. Definitely not worth watching.

18 September 2009

DEEP RED

DEEP RED

Original Title:
Profondo Rosso

Alternate Title:
The Hatchet Murders

German Title:
Rosso - Farbe des Todes / Rosso - Die Farbe des Todes

Italy, 1975
Director: Dario Argento

10/10


Absolutely terrific and outstanding giallo masterpiece from godfather Argento. Nearly everything in this film is almost perfect: the intelligent story, the beautiful settings, the brilliant soundtrack from Goblin, the high amount of suspense and atmosphere, the excellent cinematography, the great cast, the entertaining dialogue and, of course, all the brutal and gory kills. A landmark masterpiece in Italian horror.

THE KILLING ROOM

THE KILLING ROOM

German Title:
Experiment Killing Room

USA, 2009
Director: Jonathan Liebesman

8,5/10






I love movies about people in one or in only a few rooms, a concept that has worked in great movies like "12 Angry Men" or "Cube", and that also definitely works in "The Killing Room", a brilliant psychological horror-thriller, extremely tense and nerve-racking, perfectly written and paced, with a terrific cast (Chloe Sevigny, Timothy Hutton, Nick Cannon...), cool settings and a high amount of scenes that will shock you or keep you on the edge of your seat. I totally enjoyed it!

THE CRAZIES (Original & Remake)

THE CRAZIES

Alternate Titles:
Experiment 2000 / Code Name: Trixie

German Title:
Crazies

USA, 1973
Director: George A. Romero

6/10



Pretty ok infection flick from godfather Romero, sadly it's nothing special. The story is interesting, the acting is quite good, there's plenty of atmosphere and the infected-scenes are all quite entertaining. Unfortunately the movie is far too long, boring and extremely tiring; not enough suspense or tension. Too bad.

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THE CRAZIES
(Remake)

Alternate Title:
The Crazies: Fear Thy Neighbor

German Title:
The Crazies - Fürchte deinen Nächsten

USA, 2010
Director: Breck Eisner

8/10



A surprisingly amazing remake that totally stands on its own and actually makes you forget about the flawed original. Extremely suspenseful and tense, brilliantly scripted and perfectly paced, uncompromisingyl brutal and wonderfully atmospheric, with fantastic settings, a great soundtrack, an ace cast, some fantastic gore-scenes and a stunning ending.
Thanks to Mr. Eisner who clearly shows us how to do a refreshing and entertaining remake.

16 September 2009

BLOODY BIRTHDAY

BLOODY BIRTHDAY

Alternate Titles:
Creepers

German Titles:
Angst / Kinder des Teufels / Totale Angst über der Stadt

USA, 1981
Director: Ed Hunt

7/10


Big surprise! This is way, waaaay better than I expected. Ok, the plot is total crap but apart from that it's a really wonderful child horror, very tense and thrilling with some great kills and 3 of the meanest and most impressive brats in horror history.

THE BURNING

THE BURNING

Alternate Titles:
Cropsy / Carnage

German Title:
Brennende Rache

USA, 1981
Director: Tony Maylam

8/10



Absolutely brilliant summer-camp-slasher, way better than "Friday The 13th" and undoubtedly one of the best 80s slashers. Nevermind the mediocre acting and the unoriginal story - it's tense and scary, highly suspenseful and extremely atmospheric with a very-good-paced script, an interesting musical score, a stunning killer and a huge load of terrific kills (highlight: the supergory raft scene). An excellent cult classic, highly recommended!

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15 September 2009

THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE

THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE

Original Title:
L'uccello dalle piume di cristallo

Alternate Title:
Point Of Terror / The Gallery Murders

German Title:
Das Geheimnis der schwarzen Handschuhe

Italy, 1970
Director: Dario Argento

9/10


Argento's directorial debut is a fabulous giallo, very atmospheric, very suspenseful and very reminiscent to Hitchcock, with a great soundtrack from maestro Ennio Morricone, an interesting plot and the premiere of Argento's most important trademark, his incredibly stunning and outstanding visual style.
I absolutely have to mention the gallery-murder which is one of the most stunning scenes in horror history.

MANHATTAN BABY

MANHATTAN BABY

Alternate Titles:
Evil Eye / Eye Of The Evil Dead / The Possessed

German Title:
Amulett des Bösen

Italy, 1982
Director: Lucio Fulci

3/10



Undoubtedly one of Fulci's weakest horror flicks. It's way too slow and boring as hell with no suspense, hardly any atmosphere, lame acting, laughable effects and a terrible and confusing plot. There are some ok scenes and some beautiful shots but overall it's just forgettable trash.

MIKEY

MIKEY

USA, 1992
Director: Dennis Dimster

5/10









Quite nice killer-kid flick but certainly nothing special. Brian Bonsall does a great job, the tension is decent and the kills are all pretty well, but unfortunately it also has its tedious and pretty boring moments.

CANNIBAL FEROX

CANNIBAL FEROX

Alternate Titles:
Make Them Die Slowly / Woman From Deep River

German Title:
Die Rache der Kannibalen

Italy/Spain, 1981
Director: Umberto Lenzi

5/10



Boring and disappointing exploitation flick that desperately tries to be as brutal and hardcore as "Cannibal Holocaust" but totally fails. Sure, the 'shocking' scenes are really shocking and also one helluva fun (castrations, chopped off scalps, animal deaths...) but sadly the film is often so slow and tedious, it's annoying.

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14 September 2009

STAGE FRIGHT

STAGE FRIGHT

Original Title:
Deliria

Alternate Titles:
Stagefright / StageFright: Aquarius / Bloody Bird / Sound Stage Massacre

German Title:
Aquarius - Theater des Todes

Italy, 1987
Director: Michele Soavi

9/10


Michele Soavi's directorial debut - a little masterpiece and probably one of the most underrated gialli. Brilliantly tense and creepy, wonderful atmosphere, stylish scenery and settings, but it's also pretty brutal and gory (there are loads of blood). Highlight of the movie is the killer's excellent-looking owl mask.
If you like 80s slashers and Italian horror movies, you definitely should check this one out.

CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST

CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST

German Title:
Nackt und zerfleischt

Italy/Colombia, 1980
Director: Ruggero Deodato

9/10








Horrifying, disturbing and extremely disgusting, yet a totally brilliant and thought-provoking exploitation classic, probably the best of all cannibal flicks. Wonderful cinematography, excellent soundtrack, interesting plot, great script.
I have to mention that this is not really a movie, it's an experience. There are so many abhorrent scenes, so much violence and brutality, it's nearly unbearable and very hard to stomach - yet, it's surprisingly extremely mesmerizing to watch all this stuff, especially because it seems so impressively real.
A must-see, not only for horror-fans.

13 September 2009

DEMONS 1 & 2

DEMONS

Original Title:
Dèmoni

German Titles:
Dämonen 2 / Dance Of The Demons

Italy, 1985
Director: Lamberto Bava

9/10



Outstanding and original Italo-classic, highly entertaining, pretty suspenseful and atmospheric with loads of great-looking zombie-demons, fantastic gore, beautiful settings and a brilliantly effective hardrock soundtrack. Simply a wonderful Euro-horror movie!





DEMONS 2

Original Title:
Dèmoni 2 - L'incubo ritorna

Alternate Titles:
Demons 2 - The Nightmare Returns / Demons 2 - The Nightmare Is Back

German Titles:
Dämonen / Dance Of The Demons 2

Italy/Germany, 1986
Director: Lamberto Bava

6/10


An ok but pretty disappointing sequel. Great demons, great gore, wonderful atmosphere - sadly not enough tension, too much boredom and way too many plot holes. Still it's halfway entertaining.

THIRTEEN GHOSTS

THIRTEEN GHOSTS

Alternate Titles:
Thir13en Ghosts / 13 Ghosts

German Titles:
13 Geister / Dre13ehn Geister

USA 2001
Director: Steve Beck

5/10



Among my friends and acquaintances are many who were frightened to death from this movie. Why? Well, I really don't know. Probably because they haven't seen that much horror movies yet. This remake of the sixties classic (which I haven't seen yet) is just a mediocre haunted house movie - no more, no less.
The house itself looks absolutely stunning and is truly the highlight of the movie. The film's full of great ideas, terrific-looking ghosts and cool images, and the cast is also pretty ok (it's fun to see Monk in a horror movie ;-)
Sadly it's often too boring, slow and tedious. The story is nonsense, the special effects are overdone and for the most of the time, it's absolutely not - I repeat, NOT scary (unless you haven't seen that... well, you get the idea.).

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12 September 2009

DO YOU LIKE HITCHCOCK?

DO YOU LIKE HITCHCOCK?

Original Title:
Ti piace Hitchcock?

Italy / Spain, 2005
Director: Dario Argento

6/10






Grandmaster Argento pays tribute to grandmaster Alfred Hitchcock with a movie about a Hitchcock-obsessed film student, full of large references to movies like "Strangers On A Train", "Rear Window", "Dial M For Murder" or "Vertigo".
Well, the references are all brilliant, it's pretty atmospheric and suspenseful, the kills are great and the settings all look wonderful. Sadly the cast is quite lame, the plot is a bit too predictable and many scenes are just too slow.
Overall it's a decent made-for-TV giallo, however it could have been way better.

H6: DIARY OF A SERIAL KILLER

H6: DIARY OF A SERIAL KILLER

Original Title:
H6: Diario de un asesino

German Title:
H6 - Tagebuch eines Serienkillers

Spain, 2005
Director: Martín Garrido Barón

8/10



Surprisingly great and interesting new take on the serial killer theme. Very brutal and gory, but also extremely tense and atmospheric. A highly intelligent script, some brilliant actors. The end was a bit of a letdown but overall a pretty awesome flick.

08 September 2009

PHENOMENA

PHENOMENA

Alternate Title:
Creepers

Italy, 1985
Director: Dario Argento

9/10






Brilliant Argento-classic, extremely suspenseful and atmospheric, visually stunning with a fantastic cast (Jennifer Connelly, Donald Pleasence...), a haunting score, a great plot and some superb gore. I have to point out the opening scene which is absolutely outstanding. Masterpiece.

THE DARK HALF

THE DARK HALF

German Titles:
Stark - The Dark Half / Stark

USA, 1993
Director: George A. Romero

8/10







A brilliant and faithful but sadly quite overlooked adaptation of Stephen King's great novel of the same name. Highly suspenseful and creepy, including an outstanding opening sequence and an even more outstanding climax. A brilliant script, an effective and eerie soundtrack, a few very good actors (most notably the fabulous Timothy Hutton) and some terrific-looking special effects. A must-see, not only for King-fans!

VIDEODROME

VIDEODROME

Canada, 1983
Director: David Cronenberg

8/10










Highly original and inventive, intelligent and thought-provoking, weird and gloriously disturbing science-fiction/surrealism/horror/whatever-movie. The special and make-up effects are so incredibly freaky and great-looking, it's awesome. The cast is terrific (James Woods, Debbie Harry...), the story is excellent and the whole mood of the movie is breathtakingly mesmerizing. An amazing classic. Long live the new flesh!

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07 September 2009

The STEPFATHER series

THE STEPFATHER

German Titles:
Stepfather / Kill, Daddy, Kill / Spur in den Tod 2

USA, 1987
Director: Joseph Ruben

8/10







A excellent cult classic and sure one of the 80s best psycho thrillers, especially because of the brilliant Terry O'Quinn and the fabulous black humour from his character. Only a few kills and nearly no gore, but plenty of amazing suspense, tension and cool 80s atmosphere.




STEPFATHER II

Alternate Title:
Stepfather II: Make Room For Daddy

USA, 1989
Director: Jeff Burr

7/10








An alright sequel, not as good as Part 1 (not enough suspense, weak ending) but still very entertaining. More kills, more gore, a fantastic opening sequence and, of course, the magnificent Terry O'Quinn - his performance here is even better (watch the amazing junkyard scene and you know what I mean).



STEPFATHER III

Alternate Title:
Stepfather III: Father's Day / Stepfather 3

German Title:
Stepfather III - Vatertag

USA, 1992
Director: Guy Magar

4/10




Disappointing: a few great kills and some neat gore - but unfortunately less suspense, the same old story and, alas, no Terry O'Quinn!!! He was replaced with B-actor Robert Wightman who tries hard to convey the Stepfather-feeling but totally fails in doing so. A weak and pretty unnecessary sequel.

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THE STEPFATHER
(Remake)

German Title:
Stepfather

USA, 2009
Director: Nelson McCormick

4,5/10







Ok but disappointing remake. Man, they could have done so much on this but unfortunately they failed. An amazing opening sequence and an even more amazing finale but in between it's often too tedious, boring and unspectacular - and watching the new stepfather Dylan Walsh really makes me, again, miss the brilliant Terry O'Quinn. It's a shame...

NIGHTMARE ON THE 13TH FLOOR

NIGHTMARE ON THE 13TH FLOOR

German Titles:
Nightmare - Hotel des Grauens / Der Mörder im 13. Stock

USA, 1990
Director: Walter Grauman

5/10







A solid made-for-TV horror movie, pretty atmospheric and suspenseful. The plot is unique and fascinating (at last I was fascinated...), the settings look great and it's also full of quite scary scenes. Sadly it's way too slow and tedious, the acting is average and the film's total lack of budget is so obvious, it's annoying.

06 September 2009

EATEN ALIVE

EATEN ALIVE

Alternate Titles:
Death Trap / Horror Hotel / Horror Hotel Massacre / Legend Of The Bayou / Murder On The Bayou / Starlight Slaughter / Brutes And Savages

German Titles:
Blutrausch / Eaten Alive - Im Blutrausch / Death Trap - Die Nacht der Bestie

USA, 1977
Director: Tobe Hooper

7/10


Totally bizarre, trashy and still underrated exploitation flick from Tobe Hooper. The whole film is pretty silly and the low budget is clearly obvious in many scenes. Anyway: the atmosphere is top notch, the characters are hilarious, the score is brilliant, the deaths are all pretty entertaining - and last but not least Robert Englund is in on it!

05 September 2009

The HILLS HAVE EYES films

THE HILLS HAVE EYES

German Title:
Hügel der blutigen Augen

USA, 1977
Director: Wes Craven

8/10






Terrific Craven-classic, very disturbing and brutal but also pretty scary tense, with a bunch of interesting characters, wonderful settings, a nice score and some gruesome scenes which are really hard to watch (f.e. the rape scene).




THE HILLS HAVE EYES PART 2

German Title:
Im Todestal der Wölfe

USA, 1985
Director: Wes Craven

2,5/10







Yeah, we all know that Craven made this because he was in need of money and yeah, we all know that Craven hates and disowns it - but to me that is no excuse for why this movie is so bad. It could have been a solid sequel if he just tried harder - sadly he didn't: Part 2 is extremely lame, cheesy and disappointing and I highly recommend not to watch it.





THE HILLS HAVE EYES
(Remake)

German Title:
The Hills Have Eyes - Hügel der blutigen Augen

USA, 2006
Director: Alexandre Aja

6/10





Basically a great remake with extremely beautiful cinematography, amazing settings, fantastic-looking mutants and a massive amount of gore. Unfortunately it's much too lengthy in the first half, there's not enough tension or creepiness and surprisingly nearly all characters are completely unlikable which is extremely disappointing when compared with the highly likable characters from the original.




THE HILLS HAVE EYES 2

USA, 2007
Director: Martin Weisz

5/10









A decent sequel, nothing to get excited about but it has its moments. Ok acting, some great and tense scenes and a bunch of excellent gore - but also many boring and lengthy scenes.

03 September 2009

THE NEW YORK RIPPER

THE NEW YORK RIPPER

Original Title:
Lo squartatore di New York

Alternate Titles:
Psycho Ripper / Manhattan Ripper

German Titles:
Der New York Ripper / Der Schlitzer von New York

USA/Italy, 1982
Director: Lucio Fulci

8/10


Unbelievably insane and brutal Slasher/giallo from Grandmaster Fulci. Full of highly tense, suspenseful and atmospheric scenes with beautiful cinematography, great-looking settings and an effective score, but also full of glorious gore and disturbing ultra-violence (slashed and slit eyeballs, throats, torsos, nipples and bellies, death by broken bottle and razorblade...) - well, I just friggin' love it!

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02 September 2009

The TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE series

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THE BEYOND

THE BEYOND

Original Title:
...e tu vivrai nel terrore! - L'aldilà

Alternate Title:
Seven Doors Of Death

German Titles:
Über dem Jenseits / Die Geisterstadt der Zombies / Eibon - Die 7 Tore des Schreckens

Italy, 1981
Director: Lucio Fulci

8/10


An absolutely brilliant Italo cult classic and probably Lucio Fulci's best work. Ok, the plot is a mess and the acting just mediocre but that totally doesn't matter because everything else is just brilliant: the incredible and breathtaking atmosphere, the fantastic suspense, a couple of fantastic edge-of-the-seat-scenes, an absolutely amazing score and some uber-magnificent over-the-top-violence/gore that only Fulci was able to create. 
A terrific classic.

THE DEVIL'S CHAIR

THE DEVIL'S CHAIR

UK, 2006
Director: Adam Mason

8/10









A highlight in the otherwise rather lame filmography from Adam Mason. Highly original and inventive, extremely scary, atmospheric and suspenseful. The acting is very good, the script is brilliantly written (terrifically paced and twisted), the settings look great, there's some fabulous gore and a really adorable plot.
Totally love this flick!

01 September 2009

WAIT UNTIL DARK

WAIT UNTIL DARK

German Title:
Warte, bis es dunkel ist

USA, 1967
Director: Terence Young

9/10







One of the most suspenseful thrillers ever made, unbelievably tense and intense. Audrey Hepburn's acting is fantastic, the cinematography is terrifically thrilling, the settings are claustrophobic. The script is brilliant, greatly paced and full of excellent twists and turns. It's overwhelming, creepy and enthralling. An outstanding classic!

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COMA

COMA

USA, 1978
Director: Michael Crichton

9/10









One of the 70s' absolute best suspense-thrillers, incl. fabulous performances from Michael Douglas (my favorite actor of all time) and Geneviève Bujold. Extremely tense and thrilling from beginning to end, fabulously written and directed by Michael Crichton, with some awesome-looking settings (the medical facility looks incredibly impressive!), great camera work and a sweeping soundtrack. Classic!

THE REFRIGERATOR


THE REFRIGERATOR

German Titles:
Der Kühlschrank / Der Kühlschrank - eiskalt, böse und gemein

USA, 1993
Director: Nicholas A. E. Jacobs

5/10









 Undoubtedly one of the stupidest movies in horror history. I mean... a killer refrigerator? Come on. Whoever came up with this idea was probably drunk or high on drugs. Still it's a pretty enjoyable little indie-flick that gladly takes itself not too serious. The acting is crap, the script is badly written and it's often way too slow - but the fridge scenes and the kills are all pretty fun, it has some wonderfully atmospheric shots and the dialogue is often super-hilarious ("I am the waffle maker!").

FROM BEYOND

FROM BEYOND

German Title:
From Beyond - Aliens des Grauens

USA, 1986
Director: Stuart Gordon

9/10








Absolutely outstanding H.P. Lovecraft adaptation, very tense, highly atmospheric and visually stunning with a superb cast, wonderful-looking settings and mindblowingly brilliant special effects. Undoubtedly one of the best horror flicks from the 80s.

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