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Film Review: P.O.E. Project of Evil (P.O.E. 2) (2012)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: Following up the successful “P.O.E.: Poetry of Eerie”, some of the original filmmakers regrouped for this newest experiment which aims to bring the tales of Edgar Allen Poe to life through the distinct lens of Italian horror with spoken English. While the original film’s focus was the poetic and macabre dimension of the infamous Boston author, this …

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Film Review: Mischief Night (2013) Review 2

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Young Emily Walton, who has suffered from psychosomatic blindness ever since the car accident that took her mother’s life, must summon every instinct at her disposal to protect herself and her loved ones from a mysterious intruder. REVIEW: Mischief night, the night when teenagers run rampant, pulling pranks and playing tricks. Most common among these antics …

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Film Review: Dead Fury (2008)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: Animated parody of such horror classics as “Evil Dead” and “The Hills Have Eyes”. REVIEW: Frank Sudol’s first animated undertaking he showed use the humor in the zombie apocalypse, how would he fair as he takes his characters out of the big city and drops them in secluded forest. This is the location for his next movie, …

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Film Review: Low (2011)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A lonely city girl finds herself taken hostage by disturbed outsider. Miles from home she must not only escape her captor, but also protect a dark and dangerous secret. REVIEW: Low is a low budget psychological thriller indie that plays on the concept that you really don’t know the true person that you are talking to. …

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Film Review: The Other Side of Sleep (2011)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Loosely inspired by the director’s own memory of a girl’s disappearance from her village, the film follows Arlene (Antonia Campbell-Hughes), a young factory worker living alone in a rural Irish community REVIEW: It’s not uncommon to see horror movies made in foreign counties and then brought over to the United States. The most common of these …

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Film Review: Roadside Massacre (2012)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: Five teens struggle for their lives after becoming stranded in a cannibal infested mountain town REVIEW: Texas Chainsaw… I mean Texas Roadside Massacre is a quaint little film with great dialogue and even better character development. Na, I just messing around, it’s quite the opposite of both those statements. The characters are flat and boring, and the …

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Film Review: Killer Holiday (2013)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: A startling motive is revealed when psychotic killer Melvin ‘Spider’ Holiday stalks 8 unsuspecting teenage victims lured to an abandoned amusement park off old Route 66 REVIEW: Killer Holiday is one of those movies that you start to watch with little to no expectations for, and you aren’t very surprised when it comes true. The first thing …

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Film Review: 7E (2013)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A young man struggles with unexplained events inside of a New York apartment where tenants are not who they appear to be. REVIEW: When a title like 7E comes up it instinctively makes me thing of movies such as 1408 and Apartment 1303, which are movies where the rooms themselves are haunted by a paranormal entity. …

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Film Review: Nightscape (2012)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: In Nightscape, an emotionally guarded drifter, Kat (Galesh), crosses paths with a phantom car responsible for a wave of supernatural violence. The drifter must learn to trust again if she is to end a lifetime of bad luck and help her new found companions survive the growing chaos and carnage. REVIEW: Being a movie lover, and …

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