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Film Review: Primal Rage (2018)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A newly reunited young couple’s drive through the Pacific Northwest turns into a nightmare as they are forced to face nature, unsavory locals, and a monstrous creature, known to the Native Americans as Oh-Mah. REVIEW: Primal Rage is Patrick Magee’s first trepid steps into directing, after a long career in special effects and make up for …

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Film Review: The Grinn (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A man awakens in an empty house that he is unable to leave. Battling fatigue, injury and amnesia, and guided only by a cryptic voice on his phone, he begins piecing together fractured memories of the events that led him to be trapped. With a terrifying presence confining him inside the house, he ultimately discovers a …

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Film Review: The Crucifixion (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Journalist Nicole Rawlins (Sophie Cookson) is investigating the murder of a nun. A priest has been convicted but he claims that she died while he was performing an exorcism ritual. REVIEW: Sophie Cookson (Kingsman: The Secret Service) plays Nicole, a tenacious journalist with a keen nose for a story and other well-known clichés. Nicole has a huge …

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Film Review: Fantasm (2013)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: At 15 years old, Kyle Kuchta went to his first horror convention. Years later, he visits multiple cons to understand why these gatherings are so important to horror fans, vendors and celebrity guests. REVIEW: All documentaries have a purpose, whether it be exposing human rights atrocities, discussing gun laws or showing famous cyclists to be the …

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Film Review: The Convent (2000)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A group of college students break into an abandoned convent and become possessed by demonic spirits. REVIEW: It’s 1960 and a Catholic school girl arrives outside the gates of the St Francis boarding school. In one hand, she carries a duffel bag containing a baseball bat and shotgun, and in the other hand, a can of …

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Film Review: Auteur (2014)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: On the brink of reaching the pinnacle of his film career for his latest theatrical masterpiece; Director Charlie Buckwald suddenly disappears. Taking all of the footage and leaving virtually no trace of his existence. Soon to follow are the sudden deaths of his film crew and pieces of evidence that all point to one incident on …

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Film Review: Chicago Rot (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: After years of rotting in Joliet, Les, a wrongfully imprisoned street legend known as “The Ghoul”, is released into a mad search through Chicago’s back alleys for the man who slaughtered his mother and robbed him of his soul. Aided by mysterious benefactors, he must delve beneath the city into a modern labyrinth of gutters whose …

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