• Sleepwalker



    Not your typical horror movie. Sleepwalker is a class warfare horror/satire, with gothic and giallo themes, which was considered being lost for 30 years. An allegory of Britain in the 80's and combination of social commentary with bloody climax. Two couples representing two sides of Britain - one, the old left-wing side and the other new Thatcherite strain, which praise making money at all cost (“Money. Massive unemployment. Marvellous! I’ll drink to London"). The atmosphere is amazing - dark, moody,…

  • Apocalipsis sexual

    Apocalipsis sexual


    Not as fun as it sounds. Cheesy-sleazy euro porn with.. uhmm... sex, group sex, lesbian sex. And more sex. Some hot actions with Ajita Wilson and my favourite babe, Lina Romay, girls playing with bottles or snooker cues, but beside it nothing really unforgettable happens. The plot is rather lame in mixing porn with crime and trying to make some references to the Manson's Family, but the ending was cool. The knife-playing might be the only thing I will remember from this movie.

  • Joe



    You can take the man out of the war, but you can't take the war out of the man.
    Great generation gap drama with an uncompromising ending.

  • The Pit

    The Pit


    They don't eat chocolate bars.

    What a nice surprise! I thought it's gonna be something like The Gate, which is a bit childish, family horror, but what I've got is way more sleazy.
    Strange boy, bullied by other children, finds himself friends... in the huge hole in the woods. Oh no, they're not humans. They're monsters called Trogs and they eat meat. Human meat mostly. We all know what's going to happen...
    I truly love the strangeness of it all.…

  • Miami Connection

    Miami Connection


    Bad acting, even worse dialogues, retarded characters, crazy 80-ness, rock bands, taekwondo vs ninjas and some tough biker gangs. And motorcycle ninjas. Really. What a hot mess! And hey, guess how this crazy-ass, pure trash movie ends? With a quote. THIS quote:

    Only through the elimination of violence can we achieve world peace.

    What the actual fuck?! :D

  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife

    Ghostbusters: Afterlife


    Oh how I hate those fanservice, playing-on-nostalgia, goddamn sequels/remakes...

  • Pamela, A Love Story

    Pamela, A Love Story


    It seems like really authentic and fair portrait of this amazing bombshell. I like her since childhood, so it's no surprise that she's not just a dumb blonde. I remember her supporting Julian Assange or yellow vest protests. Pam (a vegan) also did a great job with PETA. She even convinced Putin to ban importing seal products. So yeah, don't be fooled by her media persona.
    But let's get back to the documentary. What I like about it is that…

  • The Stick

    The Stick


    South African allegory of war in Angola, heavily inspired by anti-war Vietnam movies (especially with the voice-over!) with a touch of horror. Banned in its own country. This little known, fascinating gem shows humanity at its worst - the cruelty of SADF soldiers who slaughter kids and then the whole village, some racists overtones. Soon after they kill local witch doctor, strange things start to occur. Human flesh turning into skeleton, water turning into blood, the feeling of being trapped…

  • The Wicker Man

    The Wicker Man


    I haven't seen this battle of the sexes, shitty remake of one of my favourite movies, since its release. And oh boy, it's shitty indeed, but so fun (or should I say...funny?) to watch! It seems like the director didn't understand the original at all. There's no christian morality vs pagan lifestyle collision, no sexual themes. Instead we have evil, bee colony-like matriarchal society (with Ellen Burstyn as Queen Bee and Molly Parker whom I love since "Kissed"!) and gender…

  • The Black Room

    The Black Room


    Interesting idea with rather disappointing execution. This is quite original take on the vampire genre with a touch of eroticism and sleaziness, but the problem lies in acting, so many plot holes and silliness. Sometimes it gets too cheesy or soap opera-like to call it a truly dark movie. I guess it could be brilliant if they made it in 70's with much more sex scenes and better execution of Eyes Wide Shut-like theme. Nevertheless, I like the whole idea…

  • Pig



    In the middle of nowhere, a pig masked killer (Rozz Williams) finds himself a consenting victim (James Hollan) for a ritualistic murder. The film sinks into the sadomasochistic relationship between them and the melting of this two personalities in one, most significant scene. It consists of BDSM imagery and not staged violence - blood collection, a syringe put thru nipples and penis etc. Beautiful, disturbing images.

    This experimental short by Rozz Williams and Nico B. is a masterpiece of transgression.…

  • Sick



    Am I really the only one who thinks this COVID jokes felt extremely forced, unfunny and pathetic?