Posts Tagged "intervision"

Dream Stalker / Death By Love (2017)

Intervision has built up a reputation for finding all manner of unique, trashy, and little seen genre cinema. From their gore-tastic release of The Burning Moon, to their low-fi WTF film Things, to their sexploitation flicks, they have unearthed some very interesting and entertaining films. They also gave a proper release to shot-on-video horror film […]

Murderlust (1986)

Intervision Picture Corp. is an interesting company. Somehow tagentially related to the well regarded Severin Films, Intervision picks up all the obscure detritus hiding under rocks. They’ve released such films as the low-fi Canadian head scratcher Things, the equally lo-fi Canadian gem Phobe,  the early German gorefest Burning Moon, final film from Bruno Mattel Zombies: […]

Phobe: The Xenophobic Experiments (1994)

Thank goodness for Intervision. Specializing in off the wall and low budget films from around the globe they have unleashed not one but two fantastically terrible movies. Their first home run bad movie hit was Things. Phobe is their second. I hadn’t even heard of this slice of home grown Canadian Sci-fi silliness until they […]

Zombies: The Beginning (2007)

I have a policy around these parts. I don’t like writing negative reviews. I don’t really see the point. I’d rather be a beacon of light shining on worthy books and films. I don’t want to be a prick who gets off trashing said movies and books that I don’t like. I don’t need to […]

The Gestapo’s Last Orgy (1977)

There was a time about 10 years ago that I was obsessed with the Video Nasties. I wanted to know why they were banned and if they were really all that awful. So, I found a list online and I went through as many as I could get my hands on. I believe I watched […]

Ozsploitation Trailer Explosion (2014)

As I mentioned in my previous post I love Australian films. They’re funky, unique, and have a voice all their own. It can be hard to track them down though. Often they use American actors or Australian actors who act with American/British accents so the trademark twang might not be there to clue you in. […]

Things (1989)

Any regular reader of Toxic Graveyard will know how much we love DIY horror here. There’s something empowering and inspiring about seeing a group of people get together and make a film even if they don’t have the money or technical knowhow to do it. From Redneck Zombies, to The Basement, to Killing Spree, there’s […]