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Film Review: Re-cut (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: Following the discovery of the murder of two twin girls in their family’s barn, a former reality TV-star is dispatched by a TV-news station to uncover the mystery behind their gruesome deaths. REVIEW: Director – Fritz Manger Starring – Ross Kohn, Meredith Phillips, Austin Basis The idea of the actual existence of β€œsnuff films” is one that has been ...

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Film Review: Alien 2: On Earth (1980)

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SYNOPSIS: Ultra-low budget and very violent rip-off of “Alien”. A space module lands back to Earth after a failed mission, but the astronauts have been replaced by hideous creatures that can penetrate into people’s bodies and make them explode. A group of speleologists are attacked by the monsters inside an underground cave, but the survivors are in for a surprise ...

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Film Review: The Violent Kind (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: One night at a secluded farmhouse deep in the Northern California woods, a small group of hardened young bikers and their girlfriends are tormented when one of the girls becomes savagely possessed and a gang of “Rockabillies” seemingly from the 1950’s descends upon them to collect what is growing inside her REVIEW: Director – Mitchell Altieri, Phil Flores Starring ...

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Film Review: Battle Of Los Angeles (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: Nearly 70 years after the US military engaged an mysterious flying craft in the nighttime sky over Los Angeles, the vengeful interplanetary visitors return to settle the score in this sci-fi action adventure starring Kel Mitchell and Nia Peeples. When the invaders attempt to cripple the military by destroying our communications technology, disgraced Air Force Reserve Captain Tyler Laughlin ...

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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: The Defiled (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: In a post apocalyptic world, science and technology have backfired leaving unfathomable destruction and a permanently diseased planet in its wake. A virus is mutating the human race turning innocent survivors into mindless cannibals. REVIEW: Director – Julian Grant Starring – Brian Shaw, Kathleen Lawlor Is there such a thing as a zombie art film? After seeing β€œThe Defiled” ...

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Film Review: Ultramarines Warhammer 40000 (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: A squad of Ultramarines answer a distress call from an Imperial Shrine World. A full Company of Imperial Fists was stationed there, but there is no answer from them. The squad investigates to find out what has happened there.REVIEW: Director – Martyn Pick Starring – Terence Stamp, John Hurt, Sean Pertwee I’ll be honest up front and say that ...

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Film Review: Shibyo Osen Dead Rising (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: Live action film “Shibyo Osen Dead Rising” based on the zombie action game “Dead Rising.” Set in Japan and directed by Keiji Inafune. REVIEW: Director – Keiji Inafune Starring – Onoue Hiroyuki, Shibukawa Kiyohiko A bit of a disclaimer here, I love the Dead Rising video games, especially Dead Rising 2. Killing zombies has never really been more fun. ...

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Film Review: Forgive Me For Raping You (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: About a depraved priest who lures innocent suburban girls into sexual slavery. REVIEW: Director – Bill Zebub Starring – Michael Stevens, Eidolona, Taylor Trash There are two options a writer / filmmaker has when deciding how to convey the theme of a film to the audience. The first, and more traditional, is to use subplot. There can be one, ...

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Film Review: The Eerie Midnight Horror Show (aka The Sexorcist) (1978)

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SYNOPSIS: Satan arises seeking bloody revenge in the guise of an ancient sculpture with a shocking history. The lifelike carving comes to life and rapes a beautiful art student, possessing her soul. In a series of twisted orgies with the unholy demon, the girl is stirred into a manic frenzy, unable to control her sexual impulses. When psychiatrists and doctors ...

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Film Review: The Oxford Murders (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: At Oxford University, a professor and a grad student work together to try and stop a potential series of murders seemingly linked by mathematical symbols. REVIEW: Director – Alex de la Iglesia Starring – John Hurt, Elijah Wood, Leonor Watling I remember years ago seeing John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness and thinking it was pretty cool to see a ...

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Film Review: 30 Days Of Night – Dark Days (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: After surviving the incidents in Barrow, Alaska, Stella Olemaun relocates to Los Angeles, where she intentionally attracts the attention of the local vampire population in order to avenge the death of her husband, Eben REVIEW: Director – Ben Ketai Starring – Kiele Sanchez, Rhys Coiro, Diora Baird, Harold Perrineau, Mia Kirshner If you love vampires or just love to ...

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