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THE CELLULOID TOMB
Reviews Index
Absurd
Amityville 3-D
Anaconda
The Ash Tree
The Beast (1975, Walerian Borowczyk)
The Beast In The Cellar
The Big Alligator River
The Black Gestapo
Blackenstein
The Blob (1958, Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr)
Blood (1974, Andy Milligan)
The Blood Beast Terror
Bloody Moon (1981, Jesus Franco)
Bluebeard (1972, Edward Dmytryk)
Body Count
The Brides Of Dracula
Brutes and Savages
Cannibal Ferox
Cannibal Holocaust
The Cannibal Man
Cannibal Terror
The Canterbury Tales (1972, Pier Pasolini)
The Car
Carnage (1984, Andy Milligan)
Children Of The Corn
Conquest (1983, Lucio Fulci)
Count Dracula (1970, Jesus Franco)
Creepshow
Cry Of The Banshee
The Curse Of The Mummy's Tomb
The Curse Of The Werewolf
Dawn Of The Mummy
Deadly Blessing
Death Weekend
Demented
The Devil Hunter
Dirty Weekend
Don't Answer The Phone!
Don't Go In The House
Don't Go In The Woods... Alone!
Dracula (1973, Dan Curtis)
Dracula: Prince Of Darkness
The Driller Killer
The Dunwich Horror
Eaten Alive!
Empire Of The Ants
Exorcism
Exorcist II: The Heretic
The Flesh And Blood Show
Forest Of Fear
Frankenstein's Castle Of Freaks
Freaks
Friday The 13th Part VI: Jason Lives
Frogs
From Beyond The Grave
The Funhouse
The Ghastly Ones
The Ghoul (1933, T. Hayes Hunter)
The Ghoul (1975, Freddie Francis)
The Giant Spider Invasion
The Gorgon
Grizzly
The Hills Have Eyes Part II (1983, Wes Craven)
Horror Hospital
The Hound Of The Baskervilles (1959, T. Fisher)
The House By The Cemetery
House Of The Long Shadows
The House On Skull Mountain
The House That Dripped Blood
The House Where Evil Dwells
Hunchback Of The Morgue
The Incredible Melting Man
The Intruder (1962, Roger Corman)
Jaws: The Revenge
Jungle Holocaust
Keep My Grave Open
Killer Nun
Kingdom Of The Spiders
The Last Shark
Legacy Of Blood (1978, Andy Milligan)
Legend Of The Werewolf
The Lord Of The Rings (1978, Ralph Bakshi)
The Lost Continent
Love Camp 7
Mill Of The Stone Women
Ms .45
The Mummy (1959, Terence Fisher)
The Mummy's Hand
The Mummy's Revenge
The Mummy's Shroud
The Night God Screamed
Night Of The Demon (1980, James C. Wasson)
Night Of The Zombies (1981, Joel M. Reed)
Nosferatu The Vampyre
Oasis Of The Zombies
The Pack
Pigs
Piranha II: Flying Killers
The Plague Of The Zombies
Poor White Trash II
The Rats Are Coming! The Werewolves Are Here!
Red Nights Of The Gestapo
The Rise And Fall Of Idi Amin
Satan's Slave
Savage Man... Savage Beast
Scarecrows
Scream... And Die!
Season Of The Witch
Shogun Assassin
Showgirls
Shrooms
The Skull
Strays
Sword Of Sherwood Forest
Tales From The Crypt
Tentacles
Terror
Threads
Tintorera... Killer Shark
Tombs Of The Blind Dead
The Treasure Of Abbot Thomas
Twilight Zone: The Movie
Visiting Hours
When A Stranger Calls (1979, Fred Walton)
The Witches (1966, Cyril Frankel)
Zoltan, Hound Of Dracula
Zombie Creeping Flesh
Zombie Flesh Eaters
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Most Recent Reviews

Keep My Grave Open (posted 10/10/2008)
Oasis Of The Zombies (posted 21/09/2008)
Dracula: Prince Of Darkness (posted 16/09/2008)
Cannibal Terror (posted 12/09/2008)
The Mummy's Shroud (posted 10/09/2008)
The Witches (1966, Cyril Frankel) (posted 08/09/2008)
Blood (1974, Andy Milligan) (posted 05/09/2008)
The House That Dripped Blood (posted 25/08/2008)
Creepshow (posted 10/08/2008)
The House Where Evil Dwells (posted 24/07/2008)
Piranha II: Flying Killers (posted 18/07/2008)
The Mummy's Revenge (posted 11/07/2008)
The Intruder (1962, Roger Corman) (posted 04/07/2008)
Eaten Alive! (posted 30/04/2008)
The Skull (posted 13/04/2008)




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Here you will find reviews of a wide range of horror, exploitation and cult films.   To access reviews look down the list at the side of the page and click on the relevant review.   My aim is to create a vast pool of opinion, recommendations and information on horror and cult cinema.  

Whereas many so called "fan sites" are just some false expert who learned everything they know from the Scream Trilogy parroting off info culled from DVD features, here you will find   worthwhile, in depth analysis of films from someone who has dedicated, thus far, half of his 23 years on this planet to his love of horror, trash and just generally strange movies.   As you will see there are only a modest clutch of reviews up yet but new ones will be popping up frequently as I set about the laborious task of typing up hundreds of movie reviews I have scribbled down over the last few years on scrap paper.

SOME REVIEWS WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS!   I do my best not to ruin films but sometimes I will occasionally reveal a crucial plot point if I feel it necessary to the gist of my review.   If a review does contain spoilers I will try to offer warning on the page prior to the start of my review.

I love to talk films and I love to see films stimulating sensible adult discussion.For that reason at the end of every review on this site you will find a message board where you the reader can make your own comments about that particular film, give your opinion on my review or discuss the film in question with other visitors.   There is also a Guestbook / Discussion are where you can post your thoughts on the site or just discuss all matter pertaining to film.

Finally I'd like to say hi to anyone visiting me from the Anchor Bay UK Forums (I post there daily under the name jacksmith1983).   Please sign my guestbook so I know you have visited.  

Any queries relating to this site, my reviews or movies in general I can be reached at the following e-mail address...

the_celluloid_tomb@hotmail.co.uk

If there is a specific film I have not yet reviewed that you would like to see me do then similarly drop me a message in the guestbook or send me an e-mail and I will see about doing a write up if possible in the not too distant future.

Grisliest Regards

Jack
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