ANGST

A psychopath breaks into a house and terrorizes the family. Savage, stylistically brilliant and very disturbing; this is a lost classic of the genre.

EXPOSE

A paranoid author living in an isolated country house hires a secretary to help him complete an overblown but potentially successful sex novel.

THE CANNIBAL MAN

A worker in a canning plant attached to the local slaughterhouse, kills a cabdriver in self defence and strangles his girlfriend, the only

AUTOSTOP ROSSO SANGUE

While on a trailer vacation, a reporter and his gorgeous wife pick up a deranged sociopath. Brutal, tense and with an amazing “oohs” and “aahs” soundtrack by Ennio Morricone.

SEI DONNE PER L’ASSASSINO

Lots of shock effects, stylised violence, gothic atmosphere and a hint of deviant sexuality; this seminal film established the blueprint of the giallo genre.

TRAS EL CRISTAL

Stylistically compelling, morally ambiguous, and profoundly unsettling, this Spanish psychodrama is one of cinema’s most unflinching depictions of human depravity.

HOUSE OF WHIPCORD

What starts out as a court fine for a posing nude, ends as a terrifying and sinister experience in a bizarre and nightmarish prison of torture and depravity. A true slice of classic British sleaze.

VAMPYRES

Larraz’s darkly erotic paean to vampirism, combines both a European frisson of sexual allurement and bloodthirsty violence, with a more British sense of stately

WEREWOLF WOMAN

A sexually abused woman suffers from psychological lycanthropy. Sleazy Italian exploitation mix of softcore sex and nasty horror.

WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?

An English couple decide to treat themselves to some serious sun-bathing, but preferably without the crowds of drunken tourists that usually go along with that. The two lovebirds pick Almanzora, a lesser-known Spanish island. And yes, it has everything: the white sandy beaches, blue sky, sun all year long… The only downside is the reception:… Continue reading WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?