In Parmistan there a terrible game is played regularly and anyone who comes there must enter. It’s a game of survival and death where no outsider has won the game for over 900 years.
Oddur B.T. Film Blog
Blogging about my passion
Blogging about my passion
I mostly enjoy writing about films that fit into the category „Cult“ in one way or another. It‘s, frankly, where my comfort zone lies. It would be easy to just focus on horror films (by far the most films labeled „Cult“ are horror films) but the category also includes so many films that are really un-classifiable. Many of these movies are so truly enjoyable and you don‘t even know exactly why. These are often films that are considered very poor, very cheap, very amateurish and some are just plain old studio films that got panned or performed very poorly when released. This is the stuff I like to write about and I hope you like reading about.
High school underdog Hoax fills up the idle hours in his seedy little hometown fending of the local leather-jacketed thugs, avoiding his overbearing mother Lucy and dreaming of a date with trailer park temptress Suzie. But his quietly desperate life takes a terrifying turn when his cousin Spike introduces him to an unusual new hobby…
The mystery surrounding Jack the Ripper and his killing spree has fascinated amateur sleuths as well as bona fide detectives for well over a century. Much of said mystery stems from the fact that the killer was never caught and many theories have emerged as to his identity. The theory presented here is very well pieced together, very entertaining to watch unfold and certainly a juicy piece of conspiracy theory for those interested in the English elite in the 19th century.
Have you ever sat down with zero expectations to view something and come away pleasantly surprised?
Miranda, or G-187, is a descendant of the alien strand scientists mutated with human hormones and created human/alien hybrids. One of the scientists, Tom, abducted her at an early age, raised her as a human and pretended to be her uncle.
One day Miranda is hospitalized and turns into her alien form…
It’s the year 1922; Farmer Wilfred James works the land in Hemingford, Nebraska with his son Henry and is proud of his way of life. His wife Arlette has never taken to the farming life and she’s the owner of the land and intends to sell it for a large amount of money. Wilfred then plans to murder Arlette and convinces his son to aid him in this deed.
An Ouija board was left in the apartment and Paige makes contact with a spirit that calls itself Susan…
The script is decently written and functions as a bit more of a murder mystery than the first “Witchboard”. It’s not predictable and has a few surprises up it’s sleeve and inserts some good humour in places. The way Paige connects the dots is done in a fairly believable way and the film is well paced.