DTV Junkyard 106

Dave Wain’s essential breakdown of this week’s cavalcade of straight-to-disc treats. Step inside the DTV Junkyard… Robert Rhine is the Founder, Publisher and Deaditor-In-Chief of the spectacular Girls and Corpses Magazine, which under their self-titled banner has unleashed such micro-budget fare as Blood Rites (2012), The Meat Puppet (2012) and Paramedics (2016) upon the world; […]

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DTV Junkyard 105

Dave Wain’s essential breakdown of this week’s cavalcade of straight-to-disc treats. Step inside the DTV Junkyard… A couple of years ago, Michael and Gerald Crum succeeded in irritating the life out of me with their debut movie. A Haunting at Cypress Creek (2014), formerly Lake Fear elicited this venomous analysis: “Maybe three or four times a year, […]

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DTV Junkyard 104

Dave Wain’s essential breakdown of this week’s cavalcade of straight-to-disc treats. Step inside the DTV Junkyard… My ramblings on Left Films’ releases over the years have been done with a certain degree of despair, with precious few glimpses of low budget nectar rising up from a sea of weary mediocrity. Recently though, the UK-based distro […]

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DTV Junkyard 103

Dave Wain’s essential breakdown of this week’s cavalcade of straight-to-disc treats. Step inside the DTV Junkyard… One thing that’s predictably absent from the DVD cover of WITHIN is ‘From the director of Lesbian Vampire Killers’, presumably because it’s taken the British-born helmer, Phil Claydon, the best part of eight years to shake free from the […]

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DTV Junkyard 102

Dave Wain’s essential breakdown of this week’s cavalcade of straight-to-disc treats. Step inside the DTV Junkyard… Luca Boni and Marco Ristori have been knee-deep in the murky world of low-rent zombie schlock for the best part of their career, pumping out a glut of Italian-lensed z-grade ode’s to the undead like Eaters (2011), Apocalypse Z […]

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DTV Junkyard 101

Dave Wain’s essential breakdown of this week’s cavalcade of straight-to-disc treats. Step inside the DTV Junkyard… The inner workings of the film distribution business is an entity that I accept I’ll never understand, with one being how works of genuine artistic capability are left to rot in obscurity, pining for attention with the longing eyes […]

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DTV Junkyard 100

Dave Wain’s essential breakdown of this week’s cavalcade of straight-to-disc treats. Step inside the DTV Junkyard… Give us a horror movie with a greasepaint-laden felon, and we’re a contented crowd. CLOWN KILL, the latest low-budgeter with a red-nosed wretch may hover precariously over the second-hand dustbin of doom at times, but it just about manages […]

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DTV Junkyard 99

Dave Wain’s essential breakdown of this week’s cavalcade of straight-to-disc treats. Step inside the DTV Junkyard… So, the last gay lead character in a horror movie was? I’ll wait. I may be waiting a while, because it’s an outrageous oversight that seems to be in direct contradiction to the make-up of the general population. Wasn’t […]

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DTV Junkyard 98

Dave Wain’s essential breakdown of this week’s cavalcade of straight-to-disc treats. Step inside the DTV Junkyard… I fear for them, I really do. I’m talking about the impulse buyer. The person who casually mooches down the DVD aisle in their local supermarket at the weekend and snags a handful of chart movies because of their […]

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