The Vineyard, 1989 – reviews

The Vineyard is a 1989 American-Canadian horror feature film written by James Marlowe and Douglas Kondo and directed by James Hong and William “Bill” Rice. The movie stars James Hong, …

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Family Reunion – USA, 1989 – reviews

‘They’ll be expecting you.’ Family Reunion is a 1989 American supernatural horror feature film written and directed by Michael Hawes. The Bullseye Entertainment Group production stars Mel Novak, Pam Phillips …

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Darkroom – USA, 1989 – reviews

‘He kills at the blink of an eye.’ Darkroom is a 1989 slasher horror feature film co-directed by Terrence O’Hara (Grimm TV series) and [uncredited] producer Nico Mastorakis (Grandmother’s House; …

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I, Madman – USA, 1989 – reviews

‘Spend the night with a madman.’ I, Madman – aka Hardcover – is a 1989 American horror feature film directed by Hungarian-born Tibor Takács (Spiders 3D; Ice Spiders; Mosquito Man; The …

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The Witches – UK, USA, 1990 – reviews

With a 2020 adaptation of Roald Dahl’s novel in development, the Warner Archive Collection has just announced that they are releasing Nicolas Roeg‘s 1990 version (details below) on Blu-ray, transferred …

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Grave Robbers – Mexico, 1989 – reviews

Grave Robbers – aka Ladrones de tumbas – is a 1989 Mexican supernatural horror feature film directed by Rubén Galindo Jr. (Don’t Panic; Cemetery of Terror) from a screenplay by Carlos Valdemar, adapted from Galindo …

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The Cellar – USA, 1989

‘Whatever you do, don’t go into the…’ The Cellar is a 1989 American horror film directed by Kevin S. Tenney (Brain Dead; Night of the Demons; Witchboard and sequels) from …

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Skinned Alive – USA, 1989 – reviews

‘Unhinged! Insane! Totally out of control!’ Skinned Alive is a 1989 [released 1990] American comedy horror film written, co-edited and directed by John Killough (writer of Galaxy of the Dinosaurs). …

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