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Film Review: Mega Python vs Gatoroid (2011)


SYNOPSIS: There’s a crisis in the Florida Everglades as giant pythons are threatening the alligator population. REVIEW: Written by: Naomi L. Selfman Directed by: Mary Lambert Starring: Deborah Gibson, Tiffany, A Martinez, Kathryn Joosten QUICK FIX: Pythons are pissing off the locals in the Flo-rida Everglades by growing bigger and angrier and eating everything from the gator population to dogs ...

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Film Review: The Open Door (2008)


SYNOPSIS: A pirate radio station is granting callers their hearts’ desires. But as some teenagers find out, be careful what you wish for. REVIEW: Written and Directed by: Doc Duhame Starring: Catherine Georges, Sarah Christine Smith, Ryan Doom, Daniel Booko QUICK FIX: Angela is in trouble. Not in an “unplanned pregnancy, don’t know who the father is” way, but as ...

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Film Review: Evil Angel (2009)


SYNOPSIS: Evil Angel takes the ancient myth of Lilith into the 21st century with a murderously sexy and seductive villainess who, as the earth’s first woman, proudly lays claim to being the world’s first serial killer. “Jewish mythology describes Lilith as Adam’s first wife in the Garden of Eden,” says writer/director Richard Dutcher. “When she refused to submit to Adam’s ...

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Film Review: Diagnosis: Death (2009)


SYNOPSIS: While volunteering in an experimental drug trial at a creepy testing facility, human guinea pigs Juliet (Jessica Grace Smith) and Andre (Raybon Kan) find clues pointing to a double murder, but their medication’s hallucinogenic side effects hinder their attempts to solve the mystery. A horror spoof that pokes fun at Peter Jackson’s early movies, this New Zealand production co-stars ...

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Film Review: Dead Tone (Aka “7venty 5ive) (2007)


SYNOPSIS: A seemingly innocuous pastime involving fun-loving collegians and prank phone calls turns into a lethal cat-and-mouse game in this blood-drenched fright feast starring Rutger Hauer and Brian Hooks. While vacationing at a secluded mansion after finals, a group of university students dials random telephone numbers and tries to unnerve the person on the other end. But their fun is ...

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Film Review: Horno (2009)


SYNOPSIS: Life imitates art when several sex crazed, flesh eating zombies, crash a film shoot about a zombie outbreak spread by sodomy. REVIEW: Written & Directed by: Terrance Williams Starring: Carlos Javier Castillo, Oceana Christopher, Jesselyn Desmond QUICK FIX: Ron is a director of p*rn movies (hey, got my attention already) who has grown tired of the same old story, ...

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Film Review: Centurion (2010)


SYNOPSIS: A splinter group of Roman soldiers fight for their lives behind enemy lines after their legion is decimated in a devastating guerrilla attack. REVIEW: Written & Directed by: Neil Marshall Starring: Michael Fassbender, Dominic West, Olga Kurylenko QUICK FIX: Way back in good old 117 A.D., Roman Centurion Quintus Dias has done the unimaginable and survived a raid by ...

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Film Review: Long Pig (2008)


SYNOPSIS: A terrifying film that offers a decidedly different take on the gruesome practice of cannibalism. Long Pig – A culinary term that refers to human beings, which according to documented reports, tastes much like pork. For more than 100 years, Halloween night has traditionally been the night that America’s “cannibal elite” feast on Long Pig. These human predators are ...

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Film Review: Don’t Look in the Cellar (2008)


SYNOPSIS: A group of college students regret their decision to sneak into the cellar of a haunted asylum on Halloween. One by one they encounter Smiley, the last of a flawed bloodline. REVIEW: Written by: Carlos Perez and Dennis Devine Directed by: Dennis Devine Starring: Randal Malone, Shevaun Kastl, Tara Shayne, Jed Rowen, Anya Benton QUICK FIX: OK, stop me ...

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