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Film Review: The Muse (2012)


SYNOPSIS: A one-hit-wonder musician battles writers block and a strange inspirational force at a secluded lake house. REVIEW: This film had an interesting concept and played with the idea of a ‘traditional’ ghost story rather well. The ‘ghost’ sub-genre dates back many, many years and for that reason it is hard to come up with something that audiences haven’t seen …

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Film Review: Hellweek (2010)


SYNOPSIS: Rush week turns unexpectedly hellish when a band of sadistic, masked, homicidal maniacs holed up in an abandoned warehouse wreak havoc on a bunch of not-so-innocent college kids. REVIEW: This horror film was horrific to watch for all of the wrong reasons, I’m afraid. The story was very vague and seemed to take a century to actually get to …

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Film Review: Video Diary of a Lost Girl (2012)


SYNOPSIS: A rock and roll horror fantasy where we meet the immortal Louise and her beloved Charlie. Unfortunately, due to Louise’s supernatural origins, every man she sleeps with must die! Charlie was Louise’s first love from the 1920’s, who she accidentally killed before realizing what she is: a descendant of Lilith, the mother of all demons! This race of women …

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Film Review: Vamps (2012)


SYNOPSIS: Two female vampires in modern-day New York City are faced with daunting romantic possibilities. REVIEW: This is a film which took me off guard a little bit. I’m well aware that vampires are all the rage at the moment, but it was something that I managed to steer relatively clear of. However, this film didn’t seem to be constrained …

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Film Review: Dragon Wasps (2012)


SYNOPSIS: A scientist enlists the help of the US army to investigate the mysterious disappearance of her father, deep in the Belizean jungle. Caught in the crossfire between a brutal guerrilla army controlled by a mystical warlord, they are also confronted by an even bigger terror giant mutated wasps that are, for some reason, thirsty for blood. REVIEW: Despite the …

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Film Review: The Cottage (2012)


SYNOPSIS: Chloe (Kristen Dalton) and Michael Carpenter (Victor Browne), a struggling suburban couple, have no idea what they’re in for when they rent out the cottage behind their house to a quiet, charming romance novelist named Robert Mars (David Arquette). It appears that Mr. Mars was looking for much more than a place to rent. Chloe begins to suspect he’s …

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Film Review: 99 Pieces (2007)


SYNOPSIS: When Joshua Licet wakes up with his wife missing he must decide whether to lock himself in his house for forty days and 40 nights of torture or to leave her to die. REVIEW: 99 Pieces is a grim psychological horror film which manages to sustain an excellent sense of foreboding from start to finish. Independent film director, Anthony …

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