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Film Review: Darkness (Leif Jonkers) (1993)

Darkness (Leif Jonkers) (1993)

SYNOPSIS: Teenagers step up the plate and defend their small town from a vampire menace created by the strong blood sucker Liven in this early 90’s low budget gore fest. REVIEW: Director: Leif Jonker Starring: Gary Miller, Randall Aviks, Michael Gisick “It’s bleedin’ time baby!” Vampires have come a long way over the course of the last hundred years; one ...

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Film Review: Brainstorm (1983)

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SYNOPSIS: Michael and Lillian have just discovered a new scientific breakthrough that could change the meaning of the word communication. The two have designed a prototype machine which actually records everything that a person is going through and allows another person to play back that persons experience and feel as if they are going through it themselves. Their prototype is ...

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Film Review: Subspecies (1991)

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SYNOPSIS: Three young women travel to Transylvania to do some research on the local myths and legends. Little do the three of them know that soon they are going to be in the presence of one of Transylvania’s most infamous superstitions. REVIEW: Director: Ted Nicolaou Starring: Anders Hove, Laura Mae Tate, Michael Watson “Make me like you, Stefan. There’s no ...

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Film Review: Trunk (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: A young waitress is kidnapped out of a parking garage and shoved into the trunk of a large automobile. She struggles for a bit before she finds out that the man who has kidnapped her has set up microphones and speakers around her. Obviously this isn’t the kidnappers first time at this. REVIEW: Director: Straw Weisman Starring: Jennifer Day ...

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Film Review: I Know How Many Runs You Scored Last Summer (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: The bullying of a young cricket player goes too far. Now 20 years later that young boy has grown up, and he is about to get revenge on the men who sent him to a hospital. REVIEW: Directed by: Doug Turner and Stacey Edmonds Starring: Jai Koutrae, Stacey Edmonds, Az Jackson, David Gambin “Mass murder, it’s just not cricket.” ...

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