Keyword : Eurohorror
An analysis of French cult vampire maestro Jean Rollin's elegiac Two Orphan Vampires, a film which invokes both Rollin's previous works and the avant-garde tradition which influenced him.
A review of the DVD Severin release of Fulci's final film, Door into Silence.
An interview with co-founder of Severin Films DVD company, David Gregory.
An essay comparing Pascal Lugier's Martyrs (2008) with Georges Franju's 1959 classic, Les yeux sans visage.
Review of the recent Spanish entry into the burgeoning 'reality horror' subgenre, [Rec].
With the recent release of Inside/A l’interieur France has released yet another impressive horror film, signalling yet another boost in the arm to the genre and French cinema in general.
A psychoanalytical analysis of the unique Greek cult film ??Singapore Sling??, a postmodern melange of classic film noir tropes, melodrama, gothic horror, Expressionism, and exploitation cinema (extreme gore, explicit sex).
An overview analysis of Spain's enfant terrible, unique auteruist Agustin Villaronga, director of In A Glass Cage, 99.9, and others.
An in-depth review essay of the notorious horror film In a Glass Cage, released on DVD by Cult Epics.
Our man in Italy visits Spain's horror and fantasy festival extravaganza.
Should feminist scholarship be looking beyond American horror for a more varied representation of female desire and sexuality?
Image Entertainment presents for the first time in North America, the uncut, English dub version of Mario Bava's gothic masterpiece, The Mask of Satan (re-titled Black Sunday by AIP for its US release in 1961).
The definitive interview on one of Montreal's most notorious independent feature films, Subconscious Cruelty. Enough said.
One of the most influential and important horror magazines, Fangoria horror magazine, selects Spanish director Nacho Cerda as one of the 13 rising Horror stars to keep on eye on.
For the uninitiated (which included me) Eurofest is a one-day smorgasbord of European horror and sleaze that has included over its four-year life-span zombie mayhem, giallo madness and action-adventure.
The affable, soft-spoken Nacho Cerda is perhaps not what you'd expect from the director of one of Fant-Asia's most notorious films, Aftermath. But perhaps after reading this interview with Cerda you may feel that there is certainly more than meets the ...
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