80s, Child Killers, Drama, Horror, Movies, Slasher

Nightmare (1981)

AKA: Nightmares in a Damaged Brain AKA: Blood Splash George Tatum has just been released from a psychiatric institution. He had been incarcerated there for several years, after he brutally murdered and sexually mutilated an entire family in Brooklyn. But after years of therapy, drugs and experimental procedures, George has been declared “reformed” and is […]

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80s, Dance Dance Dance, Horror, Movies, music, Mystery, Slasher

Terror Train (1980)

A group of pre-med students organize a fraternity prank for their nerdy and awkward frat pledge, Kenny. They convince members of a local sorority to help them out by pretending one of them is waiting upstairs for Kenny and ready for some sexy times. But the prank goes horribly wrong and poor Kenny gets hauled […]

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80s, Comedy, Horror, Horror?, Kids Film, Monsters, Movies, Sci-Fi

TerrorVision (1986)

TerrorVision is about an alien garbage heap/pet/ball of slime, that in the process of being destroyed gets dematerialized and accidentally gets broadcast into some poor yuppie’s satellite dish. Chaos and slimy deaths ensue. Actually the characters were already pretty slimy to begin with. The monster just helped them along into their more natural state of being. […]

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Action, Documentary, Drama, Horror, Horror?, Modern, Monsters, Movies

The Troll Hunter (2010)

Troll Hunter is a docu-style horror drama (so shaky cam ahoy!) that follows a small group of three college journalists as they try to expose a rather shady individual whom they initially believe to be a bear poacher. What they find instead is a disillusioned troll hunter, mythological beings and a government conspiracy. I actually […]

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Action, Child Killers, Dead Things, Drama, Horror, Martial Arts, Modern, Mook, Zombies

OneChanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers (2008) — Movie Reviews by a Mook

In the post-apocalyptic future, zombies roam the Earth, Japanese women are either scantily clad bad asses or barely able to function with seemingly no in-between state, and there is still plenty of blond hair dye to keep your style sense fresh. All because a corporate scientist really wanted to play God. Thanks, science! Aya is […]

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