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Film Review: Sympathy (2007)


SYNOPSIS: Trip is having a really bad night. The evening started with Trip robbing a bank and then taking a teenage girl named Sara hostage. You would think that things would start to be bad after Trip shoots Sara in the shoulder, but that was before escaped convict Dennis suddenly shows up at their motel room. It is after Dennis …

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Film Review: The Gate (1987)


SYNOPSIS: You all have heard the story about the kids left to watch a house while the parents are gone for the weekend right? How about the group of kids that decides to have a party, with some pretty spooky stuff like levitations going on. Little do these little rebels know they have actually opened a gateway to Hell in …

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Film Review: Beyond Remedy (2009)


SYNOPSIS: Six medical students travel to a clinic so that they can receive therapy for the fears that may hold them back in their chosen profession. The clinic is run by a Professor Gingrich and a Dr. Lee and the therapy is very confrontational. The clinic also has a frightening past concerning a doctor who gave thirteen children the wrong …

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Film Review: Black Torment (1964)


SYNOPSIS: Upon returning home to his village Sir Richard Fordyke and his young wife Elizabeth learn many troubling things. You see a murderer is haunting the streets of the village, a murderer who does vile things to his female victims. Everyone seems shocked to find out that Richard doesn’t know anything about it, especially since the murderer looks and sounds …

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Film Review: Bitten (2009)


SYNOPSIS: Jack is a young man with a lot of problems. He works as a paramedic during the graveyard shift so he really doesn’t have that many friends; in fact his only friend is his coworker Roger who seems to only want to talk about things going in and out of asses. Things really start to get bad for Jack when his …

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Film Review: Amateur P*rn Star Killer 2 (2008)

Amateur P*rn Star Killer 2

SYNOPSIS: Once again another video made by Brandon has made its way to the surface. This time however the video doesn’t come alone, it also brings a glimpse into Brandon’s troubled teenage years that led him to become the Amateur P*rn Star Killer REVIEW: Director: Shane Ryan Starring: Shane Ryan and Kai Lanette “No one needs degrees these days.” Independent cinema …

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Film Review: Colin (2008)


SYNOPSIS: Most will agree being a young adult these days is quite hard, try doing it through a zombie holocaust. Colin is a young man who seems to be going through some changes, of the undead variety. REVIEW: Director: Marc Price Starring: Alastair Kirton, Daisy Aitkens, Kate Alderman The zombie film is a staple in genre cinema I honestly doubt there …

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Film Review: Hell House The Book of Samiel (2009)


SYNOPSIS: Every small town across America has that one house that teenagers dare each other to visit. The Shively house isn’t much different from the rest of these ghost stories, except its not really ghosts that occupy the Shively house. Something there is celebrating its ten year anniversary and the four teenagers who have decided to spend the night in the “haunted …

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Film Review: Pink Flamingos (1972)

Pink Flamingos (1972) Movie

SYNOPSIS: Divine has been proclaimed the “Filthiest person alive” by the local tabloids; don’t worry though she has just taken to hiding in Phoenix Maryland under the alias Babs Johnson. You see there is a problem with Divines plan though, her title reign is about to expire. Connie and Raymond Marble feel they are way filthier, and they have a lot …

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Film Review: Seven Days (2010)


SYNOPSIS: Yoo Jiyeon is a successful lawyer; she has never lost a case. When she isn’t working she is also a single mother to her daughter Eunyoung. Her perfect existence however is threatened when suddenly he daughter is kidnapped and she is forced to take on a new client for her daughter’s safety. In order for her daughter to live …

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Interview: Ruby Larocca


Ruby Larocca has a lot to say, I found this out pretty quickly after meeting her at the most recent Famous Monsters convention in Indianapolis at the beginning of July. She is a woman who has been in the genre for many years from working with Misty Mundae and William Hellfire in the films put out by Factory 2000 to roles …

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Film Review: Kichiku Dai Enkai (Banquet of Beasts) (1997) – CAT III


SYNOPSIS: A leftist political group in 1970’s Japan is left without a leadership after their leader Aikawa is imprisioned. Aikawa’s girlfriend Masami is left in charge of the group, whose activities include drinking, drug use, sex, and of course the murder of traitors to the group. REVIEW: Directed by: Kazuyoshi Kumakiri Starring: Shigeru Bokuda, Sumiko Mikami, Shunsuke Sawada, Toshiyuki Sugihara Before I even …

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