Here are the new Wtf-Film reviews for the past week:Dead Snow  Tommy Wirkola [Norway]
"It's fun to finally see a throwback to the exploitation of the 70's and 80's that isn't based directly on a studio property. SNOW offers a number of truly original gore highlights - a snowmobile used as a multi-tool of dismemberment, a thrilling cliff-side battle at the end of a small intestine, and even a disemboweling seen through the eyes of the victim . . ."The Ship of Monsters  Rogelio A. Gonzalez [Mexico]
"Angered that Gamma has her sights set on the finest male she's yet encountered, Beta does the only thing she can - turns into a Gothic-style cape-clad vampire and begins feeding on the local drunkards!"Caltiki - The Immortal Monster  Riccardo Freda / Mario Bava [Italy]
"CALTIKI may be set in Mexico, but it's really 100% pure cinema fantascienza - produced in Italy by a man who, though he received no on-screen credit, would go on to become the most recognized name in Italian horror."Plan 9 From Outer Space  Edward D. Wood Jr. [United States]
"An evenly paced and easy to appreciate bit of z-grade science fiction hokum - a sort of bad movie-lite for those not wishing to torment themselves unnecessarily with certified neuron-destroyers like MONSTER A-GO-GO. It could well be the epitome of the tired 'so bad it's good' cliche."
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