Kill, Baby…Kill! – The Blu Review

Review by Roger Carpenter During the first half of the 60’s Mario Bava created several genuine horror classics that remain high-water marks in the genre over a half century later. Films such as Black ...

Chris Alexander’s Shock Treatment: The Scummy Beauty of 1970’s In The Folds Of The Flesh

In this ongoing Shock column, editor Chris Alexander muses on classic and contemporary films and music worthy of a deeper discussion. I have always been and will always be obsessed with European ...

The Unseen - 'In the Folds of the Flesh'

The Unseen - 'In the Folds of the Flesh' Have you ever remembered a specific scene you watched long ago but not been able to recall what it was from? This happens to me quite a lot. After viewing thousands of horror films, certain scenes get ...

Greatest Horror Movies Ever Made: Part 6: Best (Italian) Giallo Films

The term “giallo” initially referred to cheap yellow paperbacks (printed American mysteries from writers such as Agatha Christie), that were distributed in post-fascist Italy. Applied to cinema, the ...

In The Folds Of The Flesh

There's something special about saucy European sleaze horror in the 70's. That unique blend of morally bankrupt, American potboiler pulp noir attitude combined with a distinct haute couture informed ...