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Film Review: Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: After a heroic death, a firefighter navigates the afterlife with the help of three guides. REVIEW:     There are certain subjects in film that I am always interested in seeing: horror musicals, sea monster expeditions, robots that want to be human, and hunting men for sport. But my favorite by far are stories dealing with the afterlife—angels, …

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Film Review: The Suicide Manual (2003)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: After the group suicide of four people, journalists Yuu and Rie investigate the reasons behind an endless cycle of suicides, blamed on an infamous Suicide Manual, hidden in a tag-less DVD disk. Said manual is shot in an infomercial fashion, with examples of the best methods to kill yourself and demonstrations by real people. When investigating …

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Film Review: Ghost Game (2006)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Ghost Game tells the story of 11 contestants who sign up for a scary reality show which forces them to confront the supernatural and their innermost fears. They’re brought to an ancient war museum in Cambodia, which was used as a Khmer Rouge prison twenty years before. Thousands of innocent people were tortured and killed there …

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Film Review: The White Haired Witch of the Lunar Kingdom (2014)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: In the twilight of the Ming Dynasty, the Imperial court is plagued by corruption as tyrants rule over the land. With the Manchurians preying on a weakened empire, war is imminent. To save the victims from their suffering, sorceress Jade Raksha fights the soldiers that oppress people for their own gain. As payback, local government officials …

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Film Review: Erotibot (2011)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A Rich Heiress Receive a Third Butlerdroid for Her Birthday in Which She Begins Lusting After Him REVIEW: I’m a sucker for stories about robots. Whether it’s an android that longs to be human, or a computer that realizes its superiority to its creator, there is something about artificial intelligence that is immediately sympathetic and fascinating. …

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