Looks like we made it! Today we wrap up our coverage of the horror cinema of east/southeast Asia with 2016’s Dearest Sister. Directed by Mattie Do, the first female filmmaker in Laos, Dearest Sister is a wonderfully layered tale of worlds colli
We are winding down our coverage of the horror of east and southeast Asia with 2014’s Hollow out of Vietnam. We’re on the home stretch! This is the second to last film we’ll be covering for this series. Hollow is an enjoyable (if not a bit unre
Originally, I had not been able to locate any horror films from Brunei but I was recently able to find Bread Dream (2012) and Teluki (2013). Enjoy this little addendum to our Asian Horror Marathon courtesy of Bruneian writer/director/actor Abdu
Once again we find ourselves in the unenviable position of reviewing something so obscure that we’re the first ones to review it. Love Motel (2012) out of China has only 14 ratings on IMDB, 5 ratings on Letterboxd, and 0 reviews on either site.
Tonight we’re taking a look at 23:59, a supernatural horror film out of Singapore. Will we finally break the Asian Horror Marathon streak of bad films? Listen and find out!
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After last week’s episode I was looking for a palate cleanser and hoped that Malaysia’s Hantu Kak Limah Balik Rumah would be able to provide me with that. This supernatural comedy-horror about a group of villagers warding off ghosts didn’t end
Tonight, we continue our excursion into the horror cinema of east/southeast Asia with 2004’s Nieng Arp out of Cambodia. While the history of Cambodian horror cinema is definitely an interesting one, Nieng Arp is interesting only for how impress
Continuing our deep dive into the horror cinema of East and Southeast Asia, we take a look at our first film out of South Korea, 1998’s Whispering Corridors. This episode pairs well with episode 137 as a lot of the cultural context for what was
Today we travel to Thailand so continue our exploration of Asian horror cinema. Shutter, released in 2004, is all about spooky polaroids and has plenty of scares to spare!
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I really don’t know what Adam Wingard was thinking with this one. In today’s episode we give an HONEST review of Godzilla vs. Kong and it ain’t pretty!
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Today we continue our survey of Asian horror cinema with our first film out of Indonesia, 1995’s Dangerous Seductress! From the same warped mind that brought us such classics as Lady Terminator and Mystics in Bali, Dangerous Seductress is one y
Our journey into the horror cinema of East/Southeast Asia takes us to Taiwan with 1986’s Little Master, a movie featuring hopping vampires, watersports, and a totally-not-illegally-used score by none other than John Carpenter!
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This week we’re joined yet again by George, host of The Best Little Horror House in Philly! We’re continuing our exploration of the horror cinema of East/Southeast Asia with the 1985 North Korean kaiju epic, Pulgasari!
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Tonight we are wrapping up our coverage of the Guinea Pig franchise with reviews of Mermaid in a Manhole, Android of Notre Dame, and the unofficial 7th film in the series, Lucky Sky Diamond.
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Tonight we are kicking off our reviews of the Guinea Pig franchise with reviews of the first four entries into the series: Devil’s Experiment and Flower of Flesh and Blood from 1985, and He Never Dies and Devil Woman Doctor from 1986.
Their reputation precedes them. They’re often mentioned as some of the most depraved films ever committed to tape and you may have even heard stories involving copycat killers, famous Hollywood actors, snuff films, and the FBI. In tonight’s epi
Whatcha gonna do when Corpse Mania runs wild on you brother? Whatever you do, be sure not to cross paths with a man who wears his sunglasses at night, it won’t end up well for you. We continue our journey into the horror cinema of East and Sout
We continue our dive into Asian Horror with 1966’s Daimajin, the first kaiju film to be covered on Channel 83. Are kaiju films horror films? Today we try to answer that question and more. One thing is for sure: this oft-overlooked kaiju film ab
Today we’re covering our first film out of Japan for our Asian horror extravaganza. Toho’s Matango (1963) brings together some legendary talent whose credits include Godzilla, Rodan, Frankenstein vs. Baragon, and The Mysterians, just to name a
We’re kicking off our dive into Asian horror cinema by taking a look at the 1959 Filipino/American film Terror is a Man. Today’s film is a loose adaptation of H.G. Wells’ The Island of Dr. Moreau and was co-directed by two legends of Filipino c
We’re back! Today’s episode is just a quick update on what we have in store for the rest of Season 2 on Channel 83. We’re finally making good on some promises we made nearly a year ago and we’re going to be hitting the ground running with some
It’s that time of year again! Each year at the 7 Golden Vampire Awards, we take a look at all the films we’ve reviewed this year on Channel 83 and hand out some awards for the best and worst ones in different categories. Once again we are joine
This week we’re joined yet again by George, host of The Best Little Horror House in Philly! We’re wrapping up our month of Halloween Hangover with a non-horror movie that terrified George as a child, 1968’s car-come-to-life fantasy musical Chit
The Halloween season has passed and just like last year we’re switching things up a bit this week and taking a look at a movie that is decidedly non-horror to help you get over your Halloween Hangover. After 31 days straight of horror we could
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