Watch Insane for free

The Swedish direct-to-video slasher Insane was released on DVD on October 31, 2010 – Halloween night – but is currently being distributed on Youtube, and is free to watch for anyone. What is quite amazing for a Swedish horror film is it’s viewing numbers! In the 1990s, director Anders Jacobsson made one of the most culty of…

First try for Last Exit

It’s not every day a new DVD label specializing in horror is established in Sweden, but Last Exit Entertainment has chosen to pick a fight with some interesting releases as their weapons. In spite of decreasing DVD sales, streaming video and download pirates (and banks refusing to process payments for horror retailers), the newly formed…

Review: Insane

In the 90s, director Anders Jacobsson made one of the most culty of all Swedish cult films. His most recent horror film, the low budget Insane, attempts to bring back the terror of the slashers of the 80s. As part of the Swedish independent movie scene, director Anders Jacobsson har built a certain reputation largely…

Evil Ed and Insane special editions

Director Anders Jacobsson is currently working on several projects, among them expanded versions of the cult-classic horror comedy Evil Ed and this year’s Insane. Nordic Fantasy spoke to director Anders Jacobsson who informed us that two movies are undergoing expansion treatment right now; first is the 3-disc version of Insane, which originally was released in…

Insane hits DVD

Swedish direct-to-video slasher Insane becomes available on DVD on October 31, 2010, Halloween night. The movie is directed by Anders Jacobsson, who previously made the cult classic Evil Ed. This time Jacobsson has not made a splatter comedy, but a dark story cooked together with other people from the Swedish horror scene, with a classic…