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Film Review: 388 Arletta Avenue (2011)


SYNOPSIS: young couple find themselves in an unnerving situation with a mysterious stalker. REVIEW: Contrary to opinion, this is not quite a found-footage film – 388 Arletta Avenue can best be described in one short sentence as a voyeuristic verite movie. Imagine Peeping Tom if it were based primarily and predominantly around the subjective camera. It’s not a new concept ...

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Film Review: Fetish Dolls Die Laughing (2012)


SYNOPSIS: Do you remember, as a child, when your parents teased you with the “Tickle Monster”? It turns out that he’s more real (and even more malevolent) than you could have ever imagined! With seedy photographer Billy Tagg (Michael McGovern) serving as the ancient entity’s latest vessel, the Tickle Monster torments his way through a catalog of Billy’s beautiful bondage ...

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Film Review: Office Killer (1997)


SYNOPSIS: A mousy office worker accidentally kills one of her coworkers, then proceeds to bump off a few others. REVIEW: Photography is, of course, the parentage from which the moving image was born. Consequently, we believe that a masterful understanding and control of still imagery can easily be translated onto celluloid. This is not always the case – particularly if ...

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