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Film Review: Murder Syndrome (1981)

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SYNOPSIS: Michael is a successful actor who is currently playing a killer in his new movie; he goes for a weekend visit with his girlfriend Deborah to his mother’s house. Deborah has no idea what she is in for and to say the least the creepy “butler” Oliver is only a glimpse of what is to come. Deborah has no idea about Michael’s past, mainly the fact that as a boy Michael stabbed and killed … Continue reading

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Film Review: Firestarter (1984)

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SYNOPSIS: A father and daughter are on the run from the government, the duo isn’t in trouble for tax evasion though…you see Andy and Charlie are special. Due to experiments conducted on Andy during his college days he is now a telekinetic, Charlie his daughter is more dangerous however since she is a pyrokinetic. The government wants to capture the duo in order to contain their threat or use them as a weapon (see even … Continue reading

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Film Review: Ghost Town (1988)

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SYNOPSIS: Young bride to be Kate Barrett is kidnapped off of a desert road. It is up to Deputy Langley, a cop who would rather have target practice while listening to his “heavy metal hearing aid” than actual police work, to find the young woman. Once Langley tracks down Kate however he learns about just who kidnapped her and the two find themselves stuck in literally in the past. Time is running out for Kate … Continue reading

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Film Review: Dream Demon (1988)

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SYNOPSIS: Diana is a young bride to be who is about to marry a successful military man, one would think that she has her young life all figured out. Diana’s night time world however is plagued with horrible and violent dreams that only seem to get worse when she meets an American named Jenny. As the two begin to develop a friendship young Diana’s nightmares start to become a reality in the waking world. The … Continue reading

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Film Review: Evil in the Woods (1986)

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SYNOPSIS: A young boy checks out a book titled Evil in the Woods from his local library.  He immediately takes the book home and begins to read it and is soon sucked into a strange world set in Mildew Georgia.  The book describes the plight of a group of low budget film makers who start to make their newest schlock piece in a woods that is occupied by not only an evil witch but also … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Stepfather (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: A young man named Michael returns home from military school to find that his mother has a new fiancĂ© named David. David seems to be a good man and delivers on a lot of the promises he makes to Michael, but soon the edges begin to fray and stories just don’t seem to add up. Is David really the good me he presents himself to be? REVIEW: Director: Nelson McCormick Starring: Dylan Walsh, Sela … Continue reading

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Film Review: I Drink Your Blood (1971)

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SYNOPSIS:A group of Satanic hippies decide to hole up in a small town. It isn’t long before residents take notice of the group and their deviant behavior. A young boy decides to get revenge on the group the best way that he knows how, by feeding them rabies injected meat pies.  REVIEW:Directed by: David Durston Year: 1971 Starring: Bhaskar, Jadine Wong, Ronda Fultz, Arlene Farber, George Patterson, Riley Mills, John McCook, Alex Mann  “Let it be known, sons and daughters, … Continue reading

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Everything I learned about dating I learned from renting horror films

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There are many lessons a person must learn in life, and there are various ways that one can go about doing it. One of the hardest lessons for some to learn is that ability to meet and actually get to know that special someone that they just might be able to spend the rest of their life with. There are many ways for people around the world to do just that, yet most simply rely on the … Continue reading

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Film Review: Summer Camp Nightmare (1987)

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SYNOPSIS: Ah the 1980’s summer camp. For some of us reading this can bring up some great memories of campfires and ghost stories. It could also bring back memories of panty raids and shaving cream wars. It can bring up memories of lost love and stolen kisses at the summer dance. In Donald “Duck” Poultry’s case it’s none of the above. Not only is Donald somewhat of a social outcast (he’s an electrical genius going … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Curse (1987)

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SYNOPSIS: Nathan is a struggling farmer in a small community in Tennessee. When Nathan isn’t worrying about his wife Francis cheating on him or his crop he finds time to deal with Francis’s two children he is raising as his own. Nathan believes in good old fashion Christian values and wants his family to have the same beliefs that he does. It doesn’t help Nathan that the local city council member Charlie Davidison is trying … Continue reading

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Film Review: Terror on Tour (1980)

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SYNOPSIS:  We are travelling back in time ladies and gentlemen to the 1980’s, not the entire decade mind you just the year and what a strange time it was. We are transported to a club that a band called The Clowns calls home sweet home. The Clowns are a wonderful example of a band from this era, big hair, makeup and a hyper violent stage show where women are literally torn apart! The band of … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Roommate (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: Sara Matthews is currently going through what many eighteen and nineteen year olds go through, her first year of college. Sara is away from everything she knows when she leaves Des Moines, Iowa to go to the University of Los Angeles. Sara has more than just the freshmen fifteen to worry about however when she discovers that her roommate Rebecca might be quite a handful. REVIEW: “You’re in college now; a girl’s got to … Continue reading

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Film Review: Bloody Birthday (1981)

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SYNOPSIS: You think kids today are bad than you should check out this one from the early 80’s, these kids are downright evil. Three kids born during an eclipse are born without a conscience and proceed to terrorize a small town in this sicko classic from everyone’s favorite mom and pop video shop. REVIEW: Directed by: Ed Hunt Starring: Lori Lethin, Melinda Cordell, Julie Brown and Joe Penny “It’s like Curtis doesn’t know the things … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Slayer (1982)

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SYNOPSIS: Kay, an artist of the surreal variety decides to go on a vacation with her brother Eric and their two friends David and Brooke. One would think the vacation would be ideal for Kay who is haunted by strange dreams, after all the group is going to an island where they will be secluded from the rest of the world. Soon enough however things start to get a little strange when Kay begins to … Continue reading

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Film Review: Brides of Blood (1968)

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SYNOPSIS: Who can think of a better vacation spot than a remote island paradise? With a name like Blood Island it can’t be all that bad can it. I mean sure you have giant mutating moths and cockroaches, and those trees that attack anything that moves are kind of annoying. That big sex crazed monster though, I think that’s what we should be scared of. REVIEW: Directed by: Gerardo de Leon and Eddie Romero Starring: … Continue reading

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Film Review: A Darker Reality (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: A down and dirty crime thriller A Darker Reality follows detective Alex Belasco and his assistant a media savvy personality named Jesse Metcalfe as they try to find a serial killer who targets women known only as “The Ghost”. Violent and brutal this isn’t your mother’s late night cop show and sometimes things just don’t always end the way that you would want them to. REVIEW: “I’m getting better at focusing my hate on … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Lost Realities of Hog Caller (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: For some reason or another a local news station has decided to search out and find the grind core band Hog Caller. There are many witness’s who have quite a few things to say about the duo of musicians, and most of it is hardly nice at all. It seems the two members of the band have a great appreciation for drugs, devil worship and dead pigs. In what could only be described as … Continue reading

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Film Review: Gurozuka (2005)

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SYNOPSIS: A college film club goes on a trip to an abandoned cabin to research a film. The two girls in the club aren’t alone however since they have also brought the drama club, a teacher chaperone and her suspected lover, a young girl who is the same age as the rest of the group. No one but the film club knows about the film that is being researched but soon they all will learn … Continue reading

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Film Review: Intruder (1989)

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SYNOPSIS: The night crew of a local grocery store goes about their jobs just like normal. Never mind the cashier’s weird ex boyfriend who seems to want to fight everyone; you see the employees are turning up dead. Well pieces of them anyway, scattered throughout the entire store. REVIEW: Directed by: Scott Spiegel Starring: Elizabeth Cox, Dan Hicks, David Byrnes, Renee Estevez “I swear to God. If my brother hadn’t hit him in the head … Continue reading

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Film Review: Maniac Cop (1988)

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SYNOPSIS: In New York City the police are hardly viewed as a “helpful source” even back in 1988. Imagine the fear that begins to swell around the city when a uniformed officer starts brutally murdering innocent people. Young officer Jack Forrest is soon framed for the crimes, but as he sits in jail the death toll keeps mounting its up to the rest of the New York City police department to find who the maniac … Continue reading

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Film Review: Frankenhooker (1990)

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  SYNOPSIS: Eric Balfour stars as a professor who may be the world’s last hope for redemption on Judgment Day. Evil creatures have been imprisoned under an abandoned church in Paris, but they are now freed from their cages and can wreak havoc on humanity. The fate of men and women around the world depend on a small group of people’s ability to fight the dark forces. REVIEW: Directed by: Frank Henenlotter Starring: James Lorinz, Patty Mullen, … Continue reading

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