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  1. Segue
    25th November 2011 08:26 PM - permalink
    Hey thanks for your PM, as I haven't posted more than 15 times on here I am unable to reply directly! I will send you the finished article if you wish, it's for a university magazine, and hopefully I will get it published in a proper publication as well.
  2. Kyle
    10th May 2011 06:42 PM - permalink
    yeah i have all their albums and a few tshirts love them
  3. bizarre_eye@Cult Labs
    10th May 2011 06:16 PM - permalink
    bizarre_eye@Cult Labs
    No probs, Luci.

    I'm glad it arrived safely - I'll get a Good Trader Tag organised for you.
  4. Kyle
    10th May 2011 06:07 PM - permalink
    awesome, never even heard of it, can you pm me the link?, my original name was bitchslicer, thats the one i had to change to slicer then get fed up of slicer so changed to kyle
  5. Kyle
    28th April 2011 10:21 PM - permalink
    the devils? the nun one from the 70's? i think i have a long time ago cant really remember much about it, any good?

    i just watched the crazy dave tape part 2 from my trilogy, have you seen any?
  6. Kyle
    28th April 2011 07:13 PM - permalink
    yeah i think i am, gonna watch it with the commentary (never done that before on any film) but tbh didnt think IOD was great, just ok to me but will be good just to join in. you?
  7. Kyle
    28th April 2011 06:24 PM - permalink
    cheers for the add necro

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  • About necroluciferia
    Film, music, photography, reviewing, writing, drawing
    Freelance Journalist
  • Nosferatu's Questionnaire!
    Who is your favourite horror director?
    Dario Argento
    What is your favourite Arrow release so far?
    City Of The Living Dead
    What is your favourite Shameless release so far?
    Footprints On The Moon
    Describe yourself in three sentences or less.
    A misanthopic, opinionated, independent-minded, androgynous loner naturally drawn to anything dark or extreme


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Posted 19th July 2011 at 04:06 PM by necroluciferia Comments 0
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Given that modern audiences are accustomed to highly sophisticated special effects that were inconceivable even for Hollywood productions 25 years ago, it is a reasonable assumption that today many Video Nasties are difficult to take seriously. Paul Navarro, ex. Film Examiner at the British Board Of Film Classification (BBFC), doubts the films would appeal to many contemporary horror fans, given that they are ‘rather passé by current standards’. The recent efforts from Arrow Film and Shameless Screen...

Posted 19th July 2011 at 04:04 PM by necroluciferia Comments 0
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It is difficult to define what makes a film a Video Nasty, as there are no generic, creative characteristics that link them together. The term was invented in the 1980s to refer to disparate collection of films that were criticized in the press for their excessive levels of violence, and were subsequently banned by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) on the grounds that they were obscene and likely to deprave and corrupt viewers. The Video Nasties debacle brought about major change in the...

Posted 11th May 2011 at 09:52 AM by necroluciferia Comments 0
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Before you watch this, you need to understand that German splatter is basically about taking everything that is bad about filmmaking and, with the exception of Jorg Buttgereit, you’re unlikely to find any real cinematic masterpieces. I’ve suffered through various Olaf Ittenbach movies and that was basically enough to tell me I was on to something pretty awful. So, having fairly low expectations of Nikos The...

Posted 11th May 2011 at 09:37 AM by necroluciferia Comments 0
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There have been some great French language films in recent years and Fabrice Du Welz’s feature length debut is no exception (despite being Belgian!). The setting here is one you’ll probably be familiar with; urbanite gets lost in a rural village and falls victim to crazy hicks, but this is hardly a braindead slasher and the film has it’s own unique little twist on things....

Posted 11th May 2011 at 09:31 AM by necroluciferia Comments 0
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My music journalism keeps me pretty busy, but every now and then I feel inspired to review something I've watched or have a rant (and occasionally even have the time to do so!) Figured here would be a good place to post up the occasional film review until my new website gets rolling

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