Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson's saga of ill-fated pom-pom girls who return from death to wreak vengeance will amuse if not wow jaded horror fans.
Film critic Roger Ebert was not only the first film critic to win a Pulitzer Prize, but one of the only critics known to the general public, thanks to his long-running movie review shows such as…
British filmmaker Stanley Long, whose cheap-and-cheerful soft-core romps saw him dubbed the "king of sexploitation," died Monday of natural causes in Buckinghamshire, southern England. He was 78.
As the EFM wraps up, Matteo Lovadina's Reel Suspects is closing further deals on "X-Femmes" and its Sexploitation Collection.
Those nostalgic for the bad old days of late-'80s/early-'90s direct-to-video erotic thrillers might get a twinge of guilty pleasure from "Strangers Online."
Fred Atkins, co-founder of Feref Associates, which produces key art for major film campaigns in the U.K., died Oct. 28 in East Sussex, U.K., of kidney failure caused by cancer. He was 82.
Veteran producer Edward R. Pressman and filmmaker David Gordon Green are teaming to produce Adam Bhala Lough's retro slasher film "Splatter Sisters," with Marilyn Manson and Evan Rachel Wood attached…
Cult helmer Joseph Sarno, who directed sexploitation pics like "Sin in the Suburbs" and "Moonlighting Wives," died April 26 in Manhattan. He was 89.
Desperately unfunny attempt to recycle cliches and archetypes from sexploitation actioners.
It might be accurate to describe "Wicked Lake" as a bloody awful horror-thriller about lesbian cannibal witches -- but really, even that makes it sound much more interesting than it actually is.