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Film Review: Night Warning (1982)


SYNOPSIS: An orphaned teenager finds himself being dominated by his aunt who’s hell-bent on keeping him with her…at all costs. REVIEW: Director: William Asher Starring: Jimmy McNichol, Susan Tyrell, Julia Duffy and Bo Svenson β€˜Psycho for Laymen’. This is probably the best way to sum up Night Warning, although it isn’t necessarily as bad as it sounds. It examines a ...

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Film Review: Blackout (1985)


SYNOPSIS: A police officer suspects that a local husband and father who has recently undergone facial surgery because of injuries received in a car accident is in reality the same man who committed a quadruple murder several years before REVIEW: Director: Douglas Hickox Starring: Keith Carradine, Kathleen Quinlan and Richard Widmark Blackout is an unusual film. It has many flaws, ...

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Film Review: House of Lost Souls (1989)


SYNOPSIS: A four-part movie series made for Italian television under the umbrella title House of Doom. Legendary Italian horror maestros Umberto Lenzi and Lucio Fulci each contributed two films for the series: Lenzi made HOUSE OF LOST SOULS and HOUSE OF WITCHCRAFT, while Fulci offered HOUSE OF CLOCKS and SWEET HOUSE OF HORRORS. REVIEW: Director: Umberto Lenzi Starring: Joseph Alan ...

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