Category Archives: Euro Horror

Zombie Lake – My Inner Pervert

I have a confession to make – I like looking at naked women.  I’m not even talking in an artistic or sophisticated way like you might see in a Radley Metzger film, not always at least.  What I’m talking about … Continue reading

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Dawn of the Dead – Marching Zombie

I’ve heard George Romero say that he doesn’t like to give large groups of extras explicit directions on how to walk like zombies because they’ll all do the same thing.  Makes sense, choreographed zombies would probably look like the Thriller … Continue reading

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House by the Cemetery – Bob

Shoddy dubbing is something that Eurohorror fans have to learn to accept early on.  In the heyday of Italian horror, rarely was everyone on the set comfortable speaking the same language.  Jessica Harper said that construction was going on during … Continue reading

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Cemetery Man – Gnaghi’s Red Face

I’m recovering from a sickness.  This particular sickness saw me feeling the compulsion to try to collect every possible version of every movie that I loved.  It was especially bad when I frequented horror conventions.  I would buy VHS dubs … Continue reading

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Mountain of the Cannibal God – Bedlam in the Cave

A good shock can be one of the most exhilarating experiences a movie can give you.  I’m not talking about cheap shocks.  There’s plenty of crazy stuff going on in modern movies that may be shocking, but are of little … Continue reading

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Cannibal Holocaust – The Most Shocking Part

How often have I been disappointed in a good movie because I had built up impossible expectations?  Cannibal Holocaust is one of those rare movies that was preceded by an incredible amount of hype and still delivered far beyond expectations.  … Continue reading

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Patrick Still Lives – Puss-Kabob

Over the last decade or so, I’ve done the majority of movie shopping online.  There’s a certain thrill that I get waiting for a package to arrive.  I can trace this back to being a teenager and waiting for the … Continue reading

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