Let’s face it; we’ve all had some kind of childhood trauma. Whether it’s an ass-kickin’ for a bad report card, a dead pet, bullies, alcoholic parent(s), a perverted uncle, and list goes on and on in this sick and twisted thing we call life. Well, what if we could take all of those repressed emotions caused by life’s stressors and turn them into a group of minions that react to your capricious rage? Oh, and by the way, these minions start as little bumps on your skin and eventually develop into fetuses on the outside of your body. Welcome to the world of David Cronenberg and his 1979 sci-fi horror film, The Brood. This name should conjure up some classic macabre images, and if it doesn’t, just check his résumé: Shivers, Rabid, Scanners, Videodrome, The Dead Zone, The Fly (1986), and eXistenZ. And those are just his stabs at the horror genre. Cronenberg has always used his horror films to explore the human body and The Brood (his second film) is an early example of this.
Hey everyone, we have a special treat for all of you today! Jorge Antonio Lopez from StrictlySplatter.com has stopped by to write a very special Guest Review for “Revenge of the Living Dead Girls”. He’s got an awesome horror site, so check it out when you get a chance. We also got a chance to write a review for his site, so watch for more information on that in the coming days. We’d like to extend a gracious thank you to Jorge, and now… On with his review!
Here we have a French zombie picture. It is said to be France’s first gore flick and boasts extremely shocking material. It was directed by Pierre B. Reinhard (“GHOST SOLDIER”, “LE THEATRE DU GRAND GUIGNOL”) and very similar to Jean Rollin’s “LA MORTE VIVANTE (1981)” a movie also about zombie girls. Some think that Rollins also directed “REVENGE OF THE LIVING DEAD GIRLS” under a pseudonym. Anyway, let’s crack this baby open and see what’s inside.