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Film Review: Scream Of The Banshee (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: An archeology professor unearths a dangerous artifact, unwittingly releasing a creature that is able to kill with the power of its bone-splitting scream. REVIEW: Director – Steven C. Miller Starring – Lauren Holly, Lance Henriksen, Todd Haberkorn, Leanne Cochran Ya just gotta love these SyFy channel movies. Okay, maybe you don’t but you do have to admit they can …

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Film Review: Territories (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: Five friends return home from a marriage in Canada to the United States. Not far from the border, two customs officers stop them to check their identity. REVIEW: Director – Olivier Abbou Starring – Roc LaFortune, Sean Devine, Nicole Leroux Cripes, it’s not even safe to travel to Canada. What is this world coming to? “Territories” falls into the …

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Film Review: Savage (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: A blazing fire rips its way through Bear Valley National Park. As the firefighters try to contain it, the animals are being forced out of their habitat including a beast that was better left undiscovered. REVIEW: Director – Jordan Blum Starring – Martin Kove, Tony Becker, Lisa Wilcox, Anna Enger I have to admit I have a soft spot …

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Film Review: World Of The Dead: The Zombie Diaries 2 (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: Three months have passed since a viral outbreak wiped out 99.9% of the world’s population, turning its victims into flesh-eating living dead. In the UK, a surviving band of soldiers and civilians have taken refuge at a rural military barracks. Life in this new world is tough and brutal, but hope appears when a high level communication is received …

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Film Review: Darling (2015)

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SYNOPSIS: A lonely girl’s violent descent into madness. REVIEW: Director – Mickey Keating Starring – Lauren Ashley Carter, Brian Morvant, Sean Young The movie’s tagline says it all: A lonely girl’s violent descent into madness. And throughout the short, seventy-eight minute running time, we are witnesses to just that. Nothing more, nothing less. It might be unfair to say Darling …

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Film Review: Other Halves (2015)

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SYNOPSIS: A team of programmers develop a revolutionary new dating app called Other Halves. On the night before the app is set to launch, they discover it causes strange side effects: users lose all self-control, becoming amoral, lascivious, violent… evil. They consider shutting the app down, but… Evil is profitable. REVIEW: Director – Matthew T. Price Starring – Lauren Lakis, …

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Film Review: The Morgue (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: About six strangers who find themselves stranded overnight at a rural morgue. REVIEW:Directors – Halder Gomes, Gerson Sanginitto Starring – Bill Cobbs, Heather Donahue, Lisa Crilley The movie starts, the screen is black and a quote appears. “Whenever you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.” Okay, strong start, …

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Film Review: Evil Spirits (1990)

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SYNOPSIS: A strange woman runs a boardinghouse whose tenants–mostly misfits and others who won’t be missed–begin dying off or simply disappearing. She still cashes their government benefit checks even after they’re gone, and it turns out that disappearing tenants aren’t the only weird things that are going on in that house REVIEW: Director – Gary Graver Starring – Karen Black, …

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Film Review: Stranded (2013)

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SYNOPSIS: Four isolated astronauts on board a bio-dome space craft, experience a ghostly intercession after a meteor storm, leading to paranoia, fear and death. REVIEW: Director – Roger Christian Starring – Christian Slater, Brendan Fehr, Amy Matysio Stranded is a typical sci-fi B-movie. Nothing too terribly great, nothing too terribly bad. What’s kind of fascinating is the impressive roster that …

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