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Film Review: Dark Woods (2009)

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SYNOPIS: young married couple moves to a secluded area to cope with the wife’s terminal illness. As the wife’s condition gets worse, the husband’s growing detachment from her forces him into a tumultuous relationship with a local teenage girl whom he rescues from a sexual assault. REVIEW: Written by: John Muscarnero Directed by: Michael Escobedo Starring: Tracy Coogan, John Muscarnero, …

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Film Review: Bit Parts (2006)

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SYNOPSIS: Dr. Cranston is a successful plastic surgeon in Los Angeles until his daughter is horribly disfigured in a car accident that he caused. To ease his remorse, he tirelessly labors to replace the mangled features of his sweet Maggie. Wanting his daughter to be perfect, Dr. Cranston seeks women with the “perfect nose,” “perfect eyes” or “perfect breasts” for …

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Film Review: The Dark Lurking (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: Something has gone terribly wrong at research station 320, a secret research facility one mile beneath the earth’s surface. All communications are gone, all means of escape destroyed and an extremely dangerous horde of rapidly mutating ancient flesh eating creatures are consuming everything in their path. Eight survivors of the outpost, two research subjects, three mercenaries, two research technicians …

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Film Review: Recycled Parts (2007)

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SYNOPSIS: On a Friday night, five college friends cruise downtown looking for a popular nightclub. Momentarily distracted, their driver mows down a pregnant woman. The panicked kids contemplate ditching the scene until a strange doctor arrives to offer his assistance. The frightened kids enter his bizarre office and end up trapped in a macabre underworld where body parts are extracted …

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Film Review: A Thousand Words – Bloodline (2006)

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SYNOPSIS: Ian’s back and he’s not alone! This sequel continues the story of Ian, a voyeuristic serial killer with a penchant for photographing his victims. Ian’s past is revealed as his son, Steven, struggles to win the heart of Jennifer, his neighbor’s girlfriend. The journey of father and son brings us closer to understanding the killer inside Ian, as he …

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Film Review: A Perfect Getaway (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: Newlyweds Cliff (Steve Zahn) and Cydney (Milla Jovovich) are enjoying a perfect honeymoon in Hawaii — until they run into a pair of menacing hikers, Nick (Timothy Olyphant) and Gina (Kiele Sanchez). As it turns out, the two are dangerous killers who begin stalking the not-so-happy couple. David Twohy wrote and directed this action-packed thriller, which co-stars Marley Shelton, …

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Film Review: Horrid (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: Take a trip to the north woods, but don’t plan on going home. REVIEW:  Written & Directed by: James Pronath  Starring: Kevin Kiser, Kyle Berg, Chase Stoeger, Liz Ribarchek, Michela Kealey  QUICK FIX: John is getting married soon (Applause!!) and his friends, of course, decide that John needs his one final night of debauchery before tying the nuptialistic knot. After getting kicked …

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Film Review: Wrong Turn 2 (2007)

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SYNOPSIS: A survival reality show goes terribly wrong when the contestants accidentally stumble upon a clan of mutant hayseed cannibals eager to make a feast of the young TV stars who’ve ventured onto the flesheaters’ woodland turf. As the players begin to vanish, the survivors struggle to find their way out of the remote West Virginia forest before they become …

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Film Review: The Dead Matter (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: Tells the story of a vampire relic with occult powers that falls into the hands of a grief-stricken young woman who will do anything to contact her dead brother. REVIEW: Written by: Tony Demci & Edward Douglas Directed by: Edward Douglas Starring: Andrew Divoff, Tom Savini, Sean Serino, Tom Nagel, C.B. Spencer Don’t stop here – Watch the Trailer …

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Film Review: Resurrecting The Streetwalker (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: An ambitious young filmmaker discovers an abandoned and incomplete horror movie from the 1980s and decides to finish it – big mistake. REVIEW: Written & Directed by: Ozgur Uyanik Starring: James Powell, Tom Shaw, Lorna Beckett, Hugh Armstrong QUICK FIX: Resurrecting The Streetwalker begins as such: Young James Parker is bound and determined (some would even say desperate) to make it …

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