Rick Trembles' Motion Picture Purgatory
Zombie Ass: Toilet of the Dead had its Canadian premiere during the Fantasia International Film Festival, and Trembles came back with a Motion Picture Purgatory review for the film from mad genius Noboru Iguchi. Check it out!
Danish film Beast screens this Sunday, July 29th, at the Fantasia International Film Festival, but Trembles has already had a chance to watch it and reviews the film as only he can. Check out his Motion Picture Purgatory review exclusive to Dread Central right here!
Since Prometheus debuted a few weeks ago, we've had viral videos, alien language translations, and walkthroughs all attempting to make sense of it, and now comes Trembles weighing in with his thoughts on the film. Read on to see what he has to say about it.
While the film in question is not quite horror, we know David Cronenberg has a pretty big fan base around these parts so when Trembles sent over an MPP for Cosmopolis, we figured why not run it just in case there is interest in the flick. Check it out!
Despite its strong showing overseas, Battleship came and went from US theatres in the blink of an eye. But no film is ever really completely out of our thoughts until Trembles weighs in with his review. Check it out!
In honor of the recent Blu-ray/DVD release of the 1972 classic Horror Express by MPI/Severin Films, Trembles tackles the tale in this week's Motion Picture Purgatory.
In this week's installment of MPP, Trembles takes on The Cabin in the Woods as only he can. Just beware in case you haven't seen it yet - there are a few spoilers in his review.
It isn't often we get to feature a Canadian b-movie from the 1970's here on the site, but thanks to Trembles, that's exactly what's on tap in this week's Motion Picture Purgatory. Feast your eyes on Sexcula, a 1974 slice of Canuxploitation from director John Holbrook.
The Theatre Bizarre is one of the more well received anthologies to come our way in recent years, but of course no film is ever fully reviewed until it gets the Trembles treatment. Read on to see what our crazy Canuck thought of it!
We're in a little bit of a horror lull right now so this week Trembles looks back at a 1980 flick called Saturn 3 that's notable for starring Farrah Fawcett, Kirk Douglas, and Harvey Keitel. With a cast like that, what else do you need to know?
Mary Harron's The Moth Diaries hits select theaters tomorrow, April 20th, courtesy of IFC, and in case you're curious about it, Trembles has weighed in with his thoughts on the film.
As we reported previously, Zaat hit the market in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack this past February 21st, and while we're still scratching our heads about that a bit, Trembles saw fit to do an MPP review for the flick.
Ah, Thursday! The day Trembles sends over his Motion Picture Purgatory reviews is always filled with mystery. What will he come up with next? Well, this week it's German gorehound director Olaf Ittenbach's The Burning Moon from 1997.
Silent House is one of those films that came and went from theaters in the blink of an eye - so fast, in fact, we practically forgot about it already until Trembles sent in this week's Motion Picture Purgatory review for it!
From most accounts Gone was underwhelming at best, but of course no film is ever fully accounted for around these parts until Trembles has weighed in with one of his MPP reviews. Read on for his take on the film.