Posts Tagged ‘A Serbian Film’

Her Name Was Torment: Is This The Point Of No Return?

Her Name Was Torment: Is This The Point Of No Return?

You can be pure evil and you can still be forgiven…




The Life And Death Of A Porno Gang (Synapse Films)

The Life And Death Of A Porno Gang (Synapse Films)

The simple things in life do not come easy…especially in Serbia.




‘A Serbian Film’: As Art and Commentary

‘A Serbian Film’: As Art and Commentary

Tweet Let me first start off by saying that I think A Serbian Film is a fantastic, thought provoking film. When I first watched it upon its release, (a very close friend of mine got an imported version) I was not disgusted by the film (as many were) but unsure about how I felt. After […]




Daydreaming about April Fool’s Day

Daydreaming about April Fool’s Day

Tweet It’s time to start planning your April 1st jokes. In case you need a little inspiration, I’ve been thinking of a few deviant schemes. For some reason, April Fool’s Day is often associated with horror. Perhaps it’s because there’s a horror film for every holiday or maybe it’s because we’re a bunch of jerks […]




Rally The Troops: The Censorship War Wages On – A Serbian Film And The Sitges Film Festival

Rally The Troops: The Censorship War Wages On – A Serbian Film And The Sitges Film Festival

Tweet Whether you loved it, hated it, or lacked the capacity to deal with the emotions that it invoked, the chances are pretty good that if you were lucky enough to see “A Serbian Film” that it’s left some kind of lasting impression. “ASF” is inarguably the most notorious, heavily discussed film of 2010. The […]




“Evolved” Torture Porn or Armchair Body Horror or…?

“Evolved” Torture Porn or Armchair Body Horror or…?

Tweet Watching Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury’s Inside (À l’intérieur) for the first time recently, I couldn’t help but roll this very question about in my head in regards to the state of the horror genre. Concerning a ruthless, gap-toothed woman on a tear to acquire another woman’s unborn child through back alley means; it’s […]




2010: The Year That Made My Eyes Bleed

2010: The Year That Made My Eyes Bleed

The problem with 2010 wasn’t a lack of quality horror content. It was the fact that you had to go out of your way to find it. There were plenty of amazing films to be seen, most of which were not available through normal channels. There were some real duds this year as well, don’t get me wrong, but I think 2010 was overall a great year for the genre fan.




2010: Wha’ Happened?

2010: Wha’ Happened?

What can I say? I’m an optimist…




Brutality and Bloodshed For All: The Lasting Effects of “A Serbian Film”

Brutality and Bloodshed For All: The Lasting Effects of “A Serbian Film”

It wasn’t my first rodeo, but it may have been my wife’s last…