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  1. Interview With Director Aaron B. Koontz (Camera Obscura)

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    We here at Killer Reviews recently had the opportunity of snagging a few minutes with director Aaron B. Koontz, whose latest film, CAMERA OBSCURA was recently released to the masses. He was gracious enough to tell us a bit about the film's inception, as well as what he's got coming up in the future, so sit back, relax and enjoy!

    KR: Can you tell us a bit about the premise of the film, and how you managed to come up with the story?
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  2. Blu-ray Review: "Blue Eyes of the Broken Doll" (1974)

    An ex-convict, troubled by dreams that he strangles women, is hired as the caretaker on an estate owned by three very strange sisters. Soon after his arrival, a serial killer begins slaughtering blonde, blue-eyed women - and leaving their eyeballs in a bowl of water.

    This film was co-written by Naschy and director Carlos Aured, allegedly loosely based on a true story of a doctor in the 1800s. Naschy himself felt that this was "the best film of those directed by Carlos Aured." ...
  3. Film Review: Camera Obscura

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    "What would you see if you peeked through the lens?" That is one question that begs to be answered in director Aaron B. Koontz's latest chiller, CAMERA OBSCURA - I mean hell, after watching it, I'll stay content to keep using my cell phone's camera from now on! Let's click that telescoping autofocus and see if this one can be cleared up for the discerning eye, shall we?

    Jack Zeller (Christopher Denham) is a former war photographer whose ...
  4. Blu-ray Review: "Vengeance of the Zombies" (1973)

    An Indian mystic (Paul Naschy) uses magical chants to raise women from the dead, then sends them out to perform revenge killings for him.

    As with many (most?) of Naschy's films, he wrote his own script. In other reviews, you might see people complain about the mix of voodoo and Hindu mysticism, which are two very different, unrelated things. And while that may be a fair critique, it distracts from a bigger point: it does not matter, so long as the movie is enjoyable. (When Naschy ...
  5. Blu-ray Review: "Horror Rises From the Tomb" (1973)

    In the Middle Ages, a man is hanged for performing an incredible long list of Satanic acts. He is hanged and his body is buried away from his head. In the future (the 1970s), the new owner of the land is a skeptic and does not believe in psychics. So he attends a sťance, and then to disprove that she spoke to the dead sorcerer, they seek out the head where she claims it was buried. This, of course, is a bad idea.

    This is the first of many collaborations between Naschy and director ...
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