Shane Ryan – Amateur Porn Star Killer 3: The Final Chapter (2009)

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Brandon is back, and he has one last order of business as the Amateur Porn Star trilogy winds towards its shocking conclusion. Offered a ride by a handsome and kindly stranger, an aspiring actress (real life porn star Regan Reese) hops into the passenger seat of his car with no clue as to the horrors that await her. As darkness falls and the car pulls into an empty field at the edge of a small town, it doesn’t take Brandon long to reveal his murderous true intentions. With nowhere to run and a madman on her heels, the desperate girl is quickly caught up in a bloody game of cat and mouse. Continue reading

Shane Ryan – Amateur Porn Star Killer 2 (2008)

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Amateur Porn Star Killer director Shane Ryan continues to shock and offend with this faux-snuff follow-up to his controversial 2007 debut. Brutality knows no bounds when a killer posing as a porno director lures an unsuspecting beauty to his dungeon of death. But this actress isn’t about to go down without a fight, and when she realizes she’s signed on for her final role she strikes back against her attacker with everything she’s got. Continue reading

Shane Ryan – Amateur Porn Star Killer (2006)

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IMDB’s Plot Synopsis

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“The unofficial story of a killer who kidnaps and kills three girls is told through the tale of his last victim, ‘Amateur Porn Star Killer’ is about a girl he picks up on the street and convinces to go back to his hotel room. The girl, played by Michiko Jimenez, is shy, unnerved, and yet unable to take herself out of a bad situation. Shane Ryan himself is the killer, a guy who seems at first nothing more than your standard, 18 year old pervert with a penchant for filming his sexual escapades. What unravels is a story far darker, unsettling, and downright mesmerizing then what originally presents itself in the first few minutes of the story.” – written by Pretty-Scary, For Women in Horror by Women in Horror Continue reading

Sabu AKA Hiroyuki Tanaka – Miss Zombie (2013)

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A doctor and his family receive an unexpected delivery from an old friend at their remote country home – a large wooden crate containing a gun, a female zombie and an instruction sheet telling them not to feed her meat. The family is concerned, of course, but she seems harmless enough. Perhaps she can help clean up outside?

Welcome to the unusual world of MISS ZOMBIE, a world in which the zombie virus is clearly a well-known phenomenon and in which more docile sufferers are bought and sold to hobbyists or those looking for cheap labor. It’s a practice not without controversy – the neighborsaren’t thrilled about the newly arrived undead – but she’s quiet, requires little supervision and is an immediate hit with the family’s young son. Continue reading

Jean Rollin – La nuit des traquées aka The Night of the Hunted (1980)

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Long considered a failure since its very brief theatrical release in the late summer of 1980, La Nuit des Traquées has slowly but surely built a small but dedicated group of followers who find it to be among Jean Rollin’s almost great films. Containing perhaps the finest performance Brigitte Lahaie has ever given for the screen, La Nuit des Traquées, or The Night of the Hunted as it is more commonly known, is one of the key if often overlooked films of Rollin’s career. The fact that it is indeed a very flawed work that could have been much more, had budgetary and time constraints not worked against it, makes its pleasures all the more resonate and powerful. Continue reading

Ana Lily Amirpour – A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014)

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“The first Iranian Vampire Western ever made, Ana Lily Amirpour’s debut basks in the sheer pleasure of pulp. A joyful mash-up of genre, archetype, and iconography, its prolific influences span spaghetti westerns, graphic novels, horror films, and the Iranian New Wave.”

Synopsis: In the Iranian ghost-town Bad City, a place that reeks of death and loneliness, the townspeople are unaware they are being stalked by a lonesome vampire. Continue reading