Home / Monster Madness
Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness is a yearly series of horror movie reviews produced by Cinemassacre Productions and airing around the month of October. This series is hosted by James Rolfe. This is episode 5 of Monster Madness “Around the World!”
The Lift (Netherlands, 1983) - Episode 4
Cinemassacre Podcast #9 - Provoking (and Fist Fighting) the Alien Visitors
Love the Monster Madness, can’t wait for the Italy episode
what was that elm street remix!?
it sound awesome
Is Cinemassacre will be published on Odysee, or not?
“Lots of people say, “well get somebody to help”, well I can’t get somebody else to write the review for me, it’s an opinionated thing”
“There seems to be a misconception that I don’t do anything, that I have no envolvement, that they do all the work…That it’s not true!”
“So, if I’m doing the review, obviously, I have to see the movie and write the script. It’s ALL ME.”
Some of this video is funny in hindsight given the recent plagiarism controversy lol. No disrespect intended though, i am enjoying being introduced to new movies
BRO! My grandmother had that painting showing up at 4:29 in a wall in her house!
Thanks James for the hard work!
I am loving each episode so far!!!
Greetings from Mexico.
Another great episode, thanks James! I’m watching all of these with some discord friends each day! 😀
Haha never thought you’ll be reviewing this movie apart from this you can consider Band Darwaza another cult classic B-grade bollywood movies
Funny that you guys are talking about rip-off’s.
Really funny indeed
pardon my ignorance – how do i change my avatar?
Another great review, I wonder Is there an Indian Friday the 13th?
Nice, need to add this to my list.
As a Southeast Asian guy, this is true. Back in the ’90s, ripping/parodying movies was a thing. My country also had a fair share of parody/rip-off movies. 😁
Wait, is this the movie with the whole Indian Thriller music video?
I’m betting the disembodied hand was a rip off of NoeS 4 when rick fights invisible Freddy in the dojo
If you think that’s crazy, check out Bollywood Friday the 13th!
Wow, this movie is awesome! I never heard of it, but it’s so similar to Nightmare on Elm Street that it seems worth checking out.
I’m watching this movie right now on Youtube which is ironic
It’s so great to see the Monster Madness tradition again. These short daily videos really help set the mood for October. Thanks James, and team, for summarizing another movie I’m happy to know about, but honestly doubt I’ll ever want to sit through myself.
I’m your boyfriend now, Nancy.
*cue Bollywood dance scene*
These episodes are great, but I don’t understand why you couldn’t post these on YouTube; there’s been no “over the top” gore so far (IMO), that would prevent you from doing so.
Nightmare On Elm Street Theme (Dance With The
Awesome work, buddy
So happy monster madness is back again, thank you
This was hilarious. Just like the 80s-A-Thon episodes, I couldn’t stop laughing.
Bollywood is Nothing but movies ripping off Hollywood. i hate it.
Sorry to say but this was an absolute wrong choice of movie.
If you wanted to really watch the best Indian horror, you should have selected “TUMBBAD”.
It has an old village setting with lots of rain (95%times it rains in the movie).
“MAHAKAAL” is simply a trash.
Anyone able to identify the music played at 1:25 into the movie review?? In the actual film it’s a sped-up version of Thriller; in the review, I presume it was switched for copyright? Thanks in advance & great review as always, James!
So far this Monster Madness is awesome! Next year you guys should do Y2K Horror(2000-2010)!
Well, that was… idk what to say, I am laughing out loud. Coming from India and knowing the about the film industries(Kollywood, Bollywood & Tollywood) it is pretty common for directors to rip off movies from Hollywood. Even some big time directors do it and make it the way people likes to watch (throwing romance and some musicals) but I did not expect a scene to scene rip off like this😂🤣
Hell yeah! Monster madness, baby!
great episode James and crew!
A horror, comedy, musical, martial arts movie all in one? Oh cool so like Malignant
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.