Tag: Mini Review

Suzanna Leigh fights off The Deadly Bees 1966

The Deadly Bees 1966 REVIEW

RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES reviews The Deadly Bees 1966

Underworld Awakening (2012) MINI-REVIEW

Underworld Awakening is a disappointing, rubbishy who-cares sequel to once-fine horror action series

Underworld Rise of the Lycans (2009) MINI-REVIEW

Rise of the Lycans reveals the rich Underworld backstory with some exciting additions to the mythology of this fantastic horror series.

The Whip and the Body (1963) MINI REVIEW

Simple yet provocative, The Whip and the Body is one of Mario Bava's best

The Hands of Orlac 1960 MINI REVIEW

The Hands of Orlac (1960) is a slightly dull remake of 1924 classic

Paranoiac 1963 MINI REVIEW

Paranoiac 1963 is a psychological thriller with touches of Gothic Psycho mad fun.
The Vulture 1967

MINI REVIEW: The Vulture 1967

Sometimes horror is so bad it is good, unfortunately, The Vulture 1967 is just bad - but it has a great premise!

MINI REVIEW: Devils of Darkness 1965

Devils of Darkness 1965 - Fresh British vampire movie is head above usual Hammer knockoffs - worth more credit than it gets

MINI REVIEW: The Curse of the Fly (1965)

Second Fly sequel ends series in great fashion, lots of creepy fun - check it out!

The Cabinet of Caligari 1962: Mini Review

This 1962 film bares little relation to 1920 German classic namesake, but The Cabinet of Caligari is atmospheric horror with cool plot twist

The Stranglers of Bombay 1959 MINI-REVIEW

More historical adventure than horror, Stranglers of Bombay 1959 is more than gripping (and not just around your neck!)

Die Monster Die! 1965 MINI REVIEW

Boris Karloff saves this poor Lovecraft hit and miss, Die Monster Die (aka Monster of Terror)

Mary Reilly 1996 MINI REVIEW

Mary Reilly 1996 is an interesting parallel to original story, but certainly not the greatest retelling of the Stevenson classic
Shadow of the Vampire

Shadow of the Vampire 2000 MINI REVIEW

Shadow of the Vampire 2000 - Merging behind the scenes terror with a bona fide horror film classic – three words – absolutely bloody marvellous!

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