Prince of Darkness (1987) – Film

“Prince of Darkness”

#12 of the 31 days of horror challenge.  (These reviews will be more raw due to the nature of the challenge.)

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After the death of a fellow priest, Father Loomis discovers something sinister in the basement of a church.  Father Loomis contacts a Physics professor, who agrees to take his class of graduate students and other experts to discover exactly what evil lies inside. Continue reading

Goremet, Zombie Chef From Hell (1986) – Film

“Goremet, Zombie Chef From Hell”

#10 of the 31 days of horror challenge.  (These reviews will be more raw due to the nature of the challenge.)

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A priest is cursed to be a voracious cannibal, after a pact with the devil grants him immortality.  Without fresh human flesh he begins to rot and die.  In 1986, he has opened a beachfront deli where he serves tourists and locals to the tourists and locals.   Continue reading

The Boogens (1981) – Film

“The Boogens”

#9 of the 31 days of horror challenge.  (These reviews will be more raw due to the nature of the challenge.)

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Mine surveyors are hired to assess an abandoned silver mine in Silver City to determine if it is worth reopening.  Some of them rent a nearby cabin for the duration of the project.   In the process of exploring the mine, the surveyors release something that had been trapped inside for 100 years which are free to hunt using the tunnels and caverns running underground, including under their cabin. Continue reading

Hell Comes to Frogtown (1988) – Film

“Hell Comes to Frogtown”

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On post-apocalypse, dystopian Earth, the remaining humans are struggling to survive and win the war against the mutants.   Sam Hell has been arrested for some sort of naughtiness, when it is discovered that he has left a string of pregnancies behind him .   Now, Med Tech, a medical-military organization of women that runs what was once the U.S.,  wants Hell to help repopulate the human race.  He, along with his warrior-nurse guards, Spangel and Centinella, head to Frogtown to rescue and impregnate as many fertile women as they can find. Continue reading

The Gods Must Be Crazy (1980) – Film

“The Gods Must Be Crazy”

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Life for a tribe of bushmen of the Kalahari is disrupted when  a coke bottle falls from the sky.  Xi decides that he must return the bottle to the gods to resolve the disruption.  On his journey, he encounters a clumsy biologist, a school teacher and a band of revolutionaries.  Continue reading

From Beyond (1986) – Film

“From Beyond”

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Dr. Edward Pretorius has built a resonator machine, with the assistance of Dr. Crawford Tillinghast, to enhance the 6th sense through the pineal gland and see into another dimension.  When something goes horribly wrong during the experiment,  Pretorius dies and Tillinghast is hospitalized.  Dr. Katherine McMichaels, in an attempt to prove that Tillinghast isn’t crazy, wants to recreate the original experiment… with disastrous results. Continue reading

Evil Dead II (1987) – Film

“Evil Dead II”

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A lone survivor of a demon possession/attack at a cabin in the woods, Ash must work with the family of the cabin’s deceased owners to defeat the evil set free by The Necronomicon Ex-Mortis or Book of the Dead. Continue reading

Vibes (1988) – Film

“Vibes”

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This 80’s romantic comedy is about a straight laced museum curator with a unique gift who meets a vivacious, quirky wanna-be hairdresser, who is also uniquely gifted, at a para-psychology convention.  They are recruited to use their psychic talents by the mysterious, Harry, who spins a sad tale of a son, lost in the jungle of Ecuador.   Once there, however, they discover that Harry is really after a hidden mountain temple called “The room of gold.”  And that’s where the fun begins.  The story is good silly, fun.  With original music by James Horner, featuring Lauper’s 80’s hit “I’ve got a Hole in my Heart,” the music sets the films pace as fast and upbeat. Continue reading