As a result of reading these reviews I often struggle to buy anything at all; it can be off putting seeing such a complete mix of opinions and so sometimes you just have to take the plunge for yourself. But gentle reader, I urge you do not plunge in this direction.
I had held off giving this the dressing down I wanted to give it after first impressions, i'll give it the benefit of the doubt, generous seeing as it simply will not print a single page. Perhaps it's me I thought, I'll load the paper carefully... i'll be very patient, keep the the guides exactly in line, the paper tray perfectly flat.. ease it in... no. I'll buy the heaviest gauge paper known to MAN! Still no… Read more
Nicely selected (&presented) set of some of Roger Corman's productions, these arent his best films more films of note, th debut of Coppolla i9n Dementia 13, which is a balmy & intruging ghost story, still retaining that Corman style despite the director (who obviously went on to etc etc), The Terror (also a balmy ghost story) is nicely gothic with a young Jack Nicholson & a not so young Boris Karloff, this has a nice poe flavour in keepeing with Cormans Vincent Price Poe films. Oh & Little Shop of Horrors (not the musical!), which stars Jack Nicholson as the sadistic dentist No Bucketful of Blood or Masque of the Red Death, but still worth invetins in
This is Kirsty's Home video's meets Ring meets Akira. A TV host (Nami) is sent a mysterious home video depicting a journey to an old abandend warehouse & therin a horrible eye gouging & mutilation of a young girl. In best Scooby Doo/(pure stupidity) style Nami & her production team follow the directions on the tape to see what is benind this snuff video. An intract plot with many twists & turns & some really gruseome effects, adds to a imaginitive stylish horror