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Film Review: Female Slaves Revenge (1997)

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SYNOPSIS: In a small section of Africa a new order has taken over and is starting to eliminate the slave trade. The new order is running out all of the rich and greedy white slave owners and giving all of the property owned by these people back to their proper owners…the former slaves. This is a fictionalized account of what happened to one of these slave owners once the new order began to take over. … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Possession of David O’Reilly (2010)

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  SYNOPSIS: Kate and Alex are your typical young couple who are trying to make it on their own. Little do they know that in only a matter of three days their entire world is about to be turned upside down by the arrival of Alex’s friend David who brings more than just your typical drama into their homestead. REVIEW: Year: 2010 Directed by: Andrew Cull and Steven Isles Starring: Giles Ahderson, Zoe Richards, Nicholas … Continue reading

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Film Review: Enter The Void (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: Do you ever wonder what exactly does happen to you after you shudder off this mortal coil? You probably aren’t alone; in fact Gaspar Noe has a very beautiful and twisted vision of what happens to one after they die…. allow him to show you. REVIEW: Year: 2010 Directed by: Gaspar Noe Starring: Nathaniel Brown, Paz De La Huerta, Cyril Roy “I’m scared of dying I guess….of falling into the void.” Enter the Void … Continue reading

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Film Review: Psycho Shark (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: Mai and Miki are two young and attractive girls who are traveling to Okinawa for a vacation. Once the girls are settled into their hotel room Miki quickly finds a small video cassette which lets the young girl know that their vacation is about to become a nightmare! REVIEW: “I’m going to create many memories!” Year: 2009 Directed by: John Hijiri I thought upon seeing the title Psycho Shark that I was in store … Continue reading

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Film Review: Shadowland (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: Why is it that stupid people working near churches feel the need to just rip things out of the ground, don’t they know things were put there for a reason! Some blundering workers at a site near a church realize this when they suddenly rip a stake out of a cross that is found buried on the churches grounds. Now I might not be the smartest of men, however removing a stake from a … Continue reading

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Film Review: Class of Nuke’em High (1986)

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SYNOPSIS: You think your high school life was rough, take a look at what the kids at Tromaville High go through in just the span of week; slime coming out of drinking fountains, the honor society turning into motorcycle punks and a monster growing in the fallout shelter. I wonder if that nuclear power plant next door has anything to do with it. REVIEW: Directed by: Richard W. Haines, Michael Herz and Lloyd Kaufman Starring: … Continue reading

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Film Review: Cravings (2006)

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SYNOPSIS: Stephen is having a rough time with his life. His wife has committed suicide and his friends are worried about him returning to work. You see though Stephen is a psychiatrist, it’s his purpose in life to help other people. Stephens’s new patient Nina however may be a little bit more than he was ready for. Nina has the need to see and drink fresh blood, but vampires can’t be real….can they? REVIEW: Directed … Continue reading

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Film Review: City of the Dead (1961)

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SYNOPSIS: Young college coed Nan Barlow at the advice of her professor Alan Driscoll travels to the small New England village of Whitewood to finish her final paper on the subject of witchcraft. Witchcraft is far from a fairy tale in the small New England town however, and soon Nan is going to find out what evil does indeed lurk in the foggy streets of Whitewood. REVIEW: Directed by: John Llewellyn Moxley Starring: Christopher Lee, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Clownstrophobia (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: Dr. Weathers is a psychologist who along with Dr. Boyd decides to have a therapy session at her estate with a group of juvenile delinquents who all have one thing in common, the fear of clowns. Dr. Weathers also has a fear of clowns with a darn good reason; Dr. Weathers brother dressed up like a clown and called himself Snuffle during a killing spree that also ended the life of her parents. Should … Continue reading

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Film Review: Ada: Zombilerin dügünü (2010)

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SYNOPSIS:  Erhan, together with five long time friends, is off to the island of Büyükada’ya to attend the wedding of a distant acquaintance. To commemorate the event, he can record their happy moments with a video camera he brought along on the trip. Viewed throughout the entire film, this camera captures the horrors that unfold in a most personal fashion. All seems normal at first, yet later the wedding guests become the victims of an … Continue reading

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Film Review: Assault of the Sasquatch (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: Former police officer Ryan has left the city life with his daughter Jessica for a much simpler life up in the mountains. For the most part things really are simpler in fact the only real worries Ryan runs into are busting bear poachers with his partner Crystal. It’s these bear poachers however that cause quite a problem when they find not a bear in one of their traps but a Sasquatch. Not knowing that … Continue reading

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Film Review: Break (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: Rose, Claire and Anna are trying desperately to cheer their long time friend Sarah up after her recent breakup with her boyfriend Frank. The girls decide that a camping trip up to Glacier Rock is exactly what the doctor has ordered for their heart broken friend, it really is too bad that these girls haven’t seen a lot of horror films or they would know exactly what they are about to get themselves into. … Continue reading

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Film Review: Jonah Hex (2010)

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SYNOPSIS:Jonah Hex was a soldier during the civil war, when he refused to follow orders he was punished in a brutal fashion. Attempting to make something out of his life Jonah has turned to bounty hunting for an occupation. It’s only after doing this for so long does he learn that Quenten Turnbull, the man who punished him, is actually still alive and planning a terrorist attack on our nations own one hundredth birthday. Can … Continue reading

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Film Review: Offspring (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: David and Amy Halbard are your typical nice American family; they have even recently added an addition to their clan by having a baby. Amy’s friend Claire comes to visit bringing her son Luke with her, as well as some excess baggage. Claire has been having some troubles with her husband Stephen, it seems Stephen not only beats his wife when he has been drinking he is also on the run from the law. … Continue reading

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Film Review: Tormented (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: A bullied teenager commits suicide only to find out that the only real way to get out of high school is to graduate. He comes back from the dead only to exact revenge upon all of the kids who tormented him while he was alive, and what better way to get revenge than to kill all of them and then pin it all on the girl who would never give him the time of … Continue reading

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Film Review: Sympathy (2007)

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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 gets ahold of the gun that things start to get really interesting. REVIEW: Director: Andrew … Continue reading

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