Schlock du Jour: Strip Nude for your Killer (1975)

Blue tinted intro, English version Arrow Video Giallo films and I don’t have the best relationship. To be candid, the genre makes me sleepy. But at the time of this writing, my home state of Nebraska is largely under water. The massive flooding saw 75 cities and 65 counties make emergency declarations, and 29 counties … More Schlock du Jour: Strip Nude for your Killer (1975)

The Merits of Sin: Blacker Than the Night aka Darker Than Night (1975) (Mexico)

What am I watching? I’m sorry. What was that? A lot can happen when four sexy young women move into a giant estate following the passing of an The elderly aunt of one among them. A frisky fella may have visions of pillow fights and lesbian affairs, a keen observer of human drama may suffer … More The Merits of Sin: Blacker Than the Night aka Darker Than Night (1975) (Mexico)

The Scum Gutter: Sikkfukks (2018)

The Scum Gutter is brought to you in part by sickos like you. Today’s review: SIKKFUKKS. SIKKFUKKS isn’t your typical torture porn snuff-inspired German gore flick. Sure it showcases the ripping apart of brain meat like an apprentice butcher pulling pork. And sure it has the graphic disembowling of less-than-fortunate women. But SIKKFUKKS has something … More The Scum Gutter: Sikkfukks (2018)

The Merits of Sin: Rana: The Legend of Shadow Lake aka Croaked: Frog Monster From Hell (1981) (USA)

Breath in deep. Can you smell the grilled sausage in the air? Is that the scent of beer spilled on a hardwood floor ages ago? Of course it is! This is Wisconsin and you’ve stumbled into Rebane Country! For trash film loving fans, Bill Rebane is synonymous with cheapjack fright flicks and lovely Midwest vibes. … More The Merits of Sin: Rana: The Legend of Shadow Lake aka Croaked: Frog Monster From Hell (1981) (USA)

In Theaters: Us

Us (2019)Directed By: Jordan PeeleWritten By: Jordan Peele Us was the movie I have been most excited about in 2019. It’s also the one that I have been the most nervous about. As the follow-up to Get Out, there is no doubt that it’s an important film for Jordan Peele. Sure his debut was great … More In Theaters: Us

The Merits of Sin: Hatyarin aka The Perilous Witch (1991) (India)

I’m not going to pretend to be shocked if you end up disliking the horror films from India. I get it. I really do. Triple digit run times, musical numbers, failed comedy and long stretches of tedium can take out even the strongest of constitutions. So, I understand but I also disagree. I think we’ve … More The Merits of Sin: Hatyarin aka The Perilous Witch (1991) (India)