When the villagers killed Constantin Tirescu, they thought it was justice. Vlad Cozma thinks it was murder. Now, Constantin thinks pickles might go nice with blood.

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Jo A (de) wrote: If for no other reason, watch it in appreciation of the actress who appeared to slam one of her breasts hard to fire the other one. Ouch. Aspirational.

Paul D (nl) wrote: Probably better watched in 3-D given it's tailored to that medium. This is otherwise a fairly average story of survival underground.

Stuart F (it) wrote: Well made, but really depressing.

Tom H (gb) wrote: very good and underrated thriller

Alexander P (nl) wrote: Not as good as "Smoke" but still a good follow up that gives Harvey Keitel a chance of reprising one of his better roles.

Eric R (fr) wrote: Though director Kevin S. Tenney has faded into obscurity in recent years, he did start his career in the late 80's with two solid horror efforts. The better known of his films is his second feature, the tongue-in-cheek gorefest "Night of the Demons" but his first film, the more subtle "Witchboard", very well might be the best of the two. Considering how celebrated "Night of the Demons" is it does come out as a bold statement but trust me, the solid characterizations makes this come out a hair on top for me.While at a party, s smarmy arrogant rich snob brings a Ouija board and with the help of the luscious Tawny Kitaen (ex-wife of Whitesnake leading man David Coverdale, and she's best known for appearing scantly clad in his music videos straddling cars and such) they conjure up the spirit of a 10-year old boy. All goes well until Kitaen gets addicted to using the board and the spirit decides to turn evil, causing all sorts of poltergeist and exorcist shenanigans. Can her skeptical boyfriend learn to work with his arch rival, the rich snob, in order to save her from being possessed?For me, what makes "Witchboard" better than "Night of the Demons" is the characterizations and strong character arcs, which is a rarity of horror films of this nature. Many horror fans might find the first half of the film to be 'boring' as it takes time to develop characters. For this I applaud Kevin Tenney as his script truly got me involved with the characters and actually care about their outcome. The strongest part of his script has to be how our two feuding mails in the love triangle learn to solve their differences in order to save a human life. The twist at the end on who they really contacted while using the witchboard was also a treat. Well done Tenney!Tenney is also able to craft many scenes of shock, including and not limited to a scene where a guy gets crushed by selveral slabs of dry wall. It might be light on gore (something Tenney would amp up in his next film) but he makes up for it with so clever kills and chaotic climax which mixes supernatural and slasher essentials. To top it off he gives the audiences some great creative camerawork, the most memorable being a scene were our hero gets pushed out a window and a scene where he shoots the Ouija board at the camera with the camera going through the bullet hole!It may not be as gory or over-the-top as "Night of the Demons", but the subtlety works for "Witchboard"'s advantage making it an effective low budget horror film. Sure the acting can be shaky at times, but for the most part it's good and strong characterizations makes this for a more engrossing horror film experience and definitely one of the better horror films I've seen to emerge from the late 1980's. "Witchboard" is definitely a horror film worth hunting down. Like "Night of the Demons" it did inspire two sequels: "Witchboard 2: The Devil's Doorway" and "Witchboard: The Possession", which I have yet to see mostly for the fact that the second film is not available DVD.

Brian S (nl) wrote: Mmmmm, that's some tasty vampire cheez from good ol' Hammer Studios! "Vampire Circus" is absolutely fearless in its over-the-top depiction of 18th (or 19th?) century bloodsuckers in period costumes and eye shadow that makes every male vampire look like a 70's glam rock star... which is probably just what they were after. If you ever wondered what Mark Bolan, David Bowie and Gary Glitter would look like as vampires, you must see this flick!Made in Hammer's later days, "Vampire Circus" is thoroughly saturated with blood and sex for its time. Naked, shaven-headed woman painted with tiger stripes doing using a Cat Stevens look-alike as a stripper's pole? Check. Very large stake-like objects leaving gaping wounds in vampire chests? Check. Implied lesbianism, incest and male homoeroticism involving glammy vampires with long fangs, gold chokers, bare chests and unisex haircuts? Check. Blood dripping from necks and wrists, decapitation, and refined ladies passing out at the site of them while younger women have sex with cat-o-morphic vampires in panther cages? Check. Shamelessly silly dialogue delivered by terribly earnest actors? Check. Hammer fans, and genre fans in general, will NOT be disappointed with this one.As an added bonus, you'll get Lalla Ward (the second actress to play Romana during Tom Baker's stint as Doctor Who, former girlfriend of Douglas Adams and current spouse of Richard Dawkins) fresh out of film school in her first major screen role. She plays Helga, one of a pair of vampire twins who feel each other's pain and show each other's wounds when one of them is injured. She plays her role with staring eyes and the most innocent grin to spout bloody fangs in vampire cinema history."Vampire Circus" is a ton of fun. It works not only as a Hammer period piece, but, unwittingly, a terrific time capsule of early 70's vampire horror in general. Plus, with the somewhat romanticized but still bloody-fanged undead, it makes for perfect common ground between fans of the current spate of rather tame vampire fare (I'm looking at you, "Eclipse" fans) and those who prefer their walking dead with more menace. A must-see for all vampire fans of an age to deal with mature themes and situations. Halloween fun!

Sylvester K (de) wrote: Not the greatest flick of Waters but it is one of the funniest, Divine stars as a ring mistress who operates a carnival that robs the patron, until she got bored and decided to kill them. Everything went wrong from that point onward. It was crude and silly but it was hilarious. Fans of John Waters won't be disappointed.

Keith W (es) wrote: One of Audrey's best performances. Suspenseful to the end.

Nick L (gb) wrote: One of the most memorable

Garry L (kr) wrote: ...well that was upsetting.

Fancy P (it) wrote: Exceptional cast and great writing!