Celebrating ‘BLACK FRIDAY’ with Stephen Nemeth
 

Celebrating ‘BLACK FRIDAY’ with Stephen Nemeth

 
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Savage

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Deep Web XXX

 

Browsing all articles by General Ox, Author at EHC Reviews and Interviews.

The Black Gloves (2017)

The Black Gloves (2017) 

The terrific duo of Director Lawrie Brewster, and writer Sarah Daly return to the realm of Moloch in their second entry to the Owlmans vast collection of tales. The original film (the phenomenal Lord of Tears, my review, here ) crypt from the void in 2013, and now, five years later, has returned. What is […]

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The Unkindness of Ravens (2016)

The Unkindness of Ravens (2016) 

The Unkindness of Ravens is the next highly anticipated film by visionaries Lawrie Brewster and Sarah Daly. Their previous effort, a film which made tidal waves through the independent horror ocean; Lord of Tears, a deep atmospheric nightmare of a film. Which paved the way for this; somewhat of an ‘unofficial sequel’ (Think Gates of […]

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Reichsfuhrer-SS (2015)

Reichsfuhrer-SS (2015) 

Reichsfuhrer-SS is a 2015 horror film Directed by David B. Stewart III. We follow a fictional re-telling of the events leading up to infamous Nazi Commander Heinrich Himmler’s role in the horrendous persecution of millions of innocents, and a fictional take on the events after the Reichsfurer’s suicide on the 29th of April 1945. The film […]

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Madness of Many (2013)

Madness of Many (2013) 

Madness of Many A so-so independent effort. Mediocre. It has its moments of greatness, but is also shrouded in moments where it loses itself. Its biggest problem? Trying to be something it’s far from. The film is broken up into 4 Chapters, which begins at ‘Birth’ and ends with ‘Rebirth’. We have an abused girl, […]

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Lord of Tears

Lord of Tears 

Now I’m not big on ghost films but ‘Lord of Tears’ directed by Lawrie Brewster is a slow burn character driven piece with atmosphere so thick you could suffocate a child to Moloch. What an experience it is and I absolutely loved it. Brewster creates some great scenes of intense atmosphere and in one such […]

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Island of Lost Souls

H.G. Wells’ classic tale of The Island of Dr. Moreau has been the centre piece of many forms of adaptive text from numerous films, books, and even a Halloween episode of The Simpsons. The first of these adaptations was the 1932 film Island of Lost Souls. After a prolonged mission to acquire the rights to […]

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