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Film Review: Detention (2010)


SYNOPSIS: A  group of high school students are sent to Detention. Abandoned and locked in, images of Ghosts appear as they attempt to escape, only to find themselves connected to a past horrific death and made responsible for it with their lives. REVIEW: Director – James D.R. Hickox Starring – David Carradine, Billy Aaron Brown, Thomas Calabro Ah, the prank. Where ...

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Film Review: Stranded (2013)


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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Film Review: Cool Air (2006)


SYNOPSIS: Charlie Baxter, a struggling screenwriter, is searching for accommodation in a rundown mansion somewhere in the isolated mountains above Malibu. An expressionless and creatively bankrupt young man who rewrites exploitation sci-fi / horror scripts for a living, he takes a room in the mansion and learns of the mysterious doctor residing in the room above his own who dabbles ...

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Film Review: Stripped (2013)


SYNOPSIS: STRIPPED is post-feminist horror, following the events surrounding a birthday outing with two brothers and a friend which turns into a horrific fight for survival after they become trapped in a house with a “family” of malevolent women. REVIEW: Directors – Mark LaFleur and J.M.R. Luna Starring – Nicole Sienna, Josh Cole, Carson Aune Ah, Vegas. The city of ...

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Film Review: The Morgue (2008)


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: Zombie Driftwood (2010)


SYNOPSIS: When a cruise ship full of Caribbean tourists turn into zombies two metal fans must battle against zombie Armageddon armed only with a baseball bat, booze…and bagpipes. REVIEW: Director – Bob Carruthers Starring – Brian Braggs, Rita Estevanovich, Peter Kosa Zombies seem to be everywhere these days. Their proliferation seems to be unstoppable. Like the waves and waves of ...

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Film Review: Bad Meat (2011)


SYNOPSIS: tells the story of a group of teenage delinquents who contract a deadly virus after being ordered to a remote camp for rehabilitation. Compared to Eli Roth’s Cabin Fever and Michal J Bassett’s Wilderness, BAD MEAT trades in all manner of bodily fluids, puking perverts, a graphic dog dissection, amateur stomach-pumping, chewed body-parts and ripped-off genitals.

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Film Review: Megan Is Missing (2011)


SYNOPSIS: Fictional drama based on actual events, about 2 teen-age girls who encounter an internet predator. REVIEW: Director – Michael Goi Starring – Amber Perkins, Rachel Quinn, Dean Waite In October of 1993 twelve year old Polly Hannah Klaas was kidnapped and later found to have been murdered. The following year her father, Marc Klaas, started the KlaasKids Foundation to ...

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Film Review: Slaughter Weekend (2010)


SYNOPSIS: A weekend for a group of store clerks ends with slaughter. REVIEW: Director – Robert Nemere Starring – Alexis Ayala, Paul Braccioforte, Harold Bridgeforth I’ll be honest, I’m not even sure how to describe this movie. Part comedy, part horror, part gritty urban drama, part crime drama, part sex fetish exploration and well, you get the idea. It really ...

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