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  1. Misericordia
    5th December 2013 01:25 AM - permalink
    I had almost forgotten .. (A little late, I know) Happy Birthday!!
  2. bedorca
    1st December 2013 05:20 PM - permalink
    Cheers for the birthday shout!
  3. Demdike@Cult Labs
    28th November 2013 01:27 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    I never noticed your birthday listed on the homepage. Hope you had a good one B_E.
  4. Demdike@Cult Labs
    28th November 2013 01:22 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    The raven will be back. Its a certainty.

    The usual flashing Christmas tree will no doubt come next.

    This avatar is the rather brief appearance of Peter Capaldi in The Day of the Doctor as the Doctors zoomed off to protect Gallifrey in their Tardis'.
  5. wonderlust
    25th November 2013 06:19 AM - permalink
    Happy Birthday my favourite Englishman!
  6. Larusso
    1st November 2013 07:06 AM - permalink
    Yeah, thanks for accpeting. Plus I'll remeber to get back to you when I've gone through the Blind dead movies :-)
  7. Demdike@Cult Labs
    27th October 2013 02:52 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    Cheers B_E. I have a few saved for use at times like these. Like you with your pumpkin patch, i used it last Halloween too.

    The raven will return though....
  8. sawyer6
    7th October 2013 03:09 PM - permalink
    I was always here as a ghost watching all of you
  9. troggi
    23rd September 2013 08:21 PM - permalink
    Hey you're more than welcome B.E. I've tried to be stingy with the likes but I can't help myself.
  10. wonderlust
    23rd September 2013 02:37 AM - permalink
    Thanks for the greetings.

    Its always a pleasure visiting here. I don't post much but I do read alot.

    I'm interested in Wentworth. As I child they showed Prisoner Cell Block H here on a public access channel and I watched a few seasons. I don't remember how many but I loved it. I have the first season on DVD.

    I'm reading what everyone is saying about this Wentworth and obtained a few episodes. : )

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    Sado-Masochism; Cannibalism; Necrophilia; Playing the Maracas.
    Watcher of Films; Listener of Music
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Posted 7th June 2009 at 10:41 AM by bizarre_eye@Cult Labs Comments 0
Posted in Reviews
Round 3: Probably a bit more well known this one... Who Can Kill a Child (Quin puede matar a un nio?) is a definite gem in my eye.

On a vacation away from their family, Tom (Lewis Fiander, of DR. JEKYLL & SISTER HYDE) and his pregnant wife Evelyn (FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD's Prunella Ransome) sail to an island off the coast of Spain that seems deserted... until its children...

Posted 14th May 2009 at 06:07 PM by bizarre_eye@Cult Labs Comments 4
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Round 2: Probably going to be controversial this one, but another horror film that I consider gem material is Home Sick.

Bill Moseley (Rob Zombie's Halloween, The Devil's Rejects) stars as a smiling maniac named "Mr. Suitcase." With a briefcase full of razorblades, he crashes a homecoming get-together for Claire (Lindley Evans) and forces the partygoers to identify people...

Posted 1st May 2009 at 05:29 PM by bizarre_eye@Cult Labs Comments 2
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I thought that I would start my blog with a topic that is very close to my heart: Obscure, but excellent (in my eyes anyway) pieces of horror film-making available on DVD, that may have escaped the radar of even the most keen eyed movie hound.

The DVD market is saturated with obscure horror DVDs nowadays thanks to the disappearance of the BBFCs iron fist on censorship, growing demand from a wider fan base, and great DVD labels who are prepared to invest in movies, and who believe...
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