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Top Three Fälschung Horror Movies You’ve Never Seen

Sex Kill – 2002 Description – A down and out Berlin prostitute finds out the best way to make money, besides hooking, is to be a part time hired assassin. Scene to be seen – After killing the Estonian Delegate, she finds herself face to face with another assassin who is looking to get into the prostitution business. Hilarity ensues. Quotable Quotes – “Ich werde den mist töten aus Ihnen heraus und haben dann sex … Continue reading

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Office Workers VS. Zombies

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Pitting the all consuming ravenous wandering sensibilities of the office worker against the metaphorical embodiment of their undead doppelgangers is like watching cannibals eating cannibals. I am only left with imagery at this point…picture a sea of identical cubicles, each trying to be unique but intrinsically being the same thing. It is the battle of one thing knowing what it is, and the other, trying to dress like it does. Fight! EDUCATION The lack of … Continue reading

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Horror movies? How about horror poetry.

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“Yesterday, upon the stair, I met a man who wasn’t there He wasn’t there again today I wish, I wish he’d go away… When I came home last night at three The man was waiting there for me But when I looked around the hall I couldn’t see him there at all! Go away, go away, don’t you come back any more! Go away, go away, and please don’t slam the door… (slam!) Last night … Continue reading

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About Trent Wilkie

Trent Wilkie is a writer/journalist/performer in Edmonton Alberta, Canada. Trent has written for CBC Radio (The Irrelevant Show), See Magazine, NinjaVideo.net, FFWD Magazine and is currently a content writer for Smearballs and Horrornews.net. Trent is also a member of Mostly Water Theatre (www.mostlywatertheatre.com), a sketch comedy troupe that has been dubbed as ” a perfect mix of boneheadedness and sophistication”. He has also been a wilderness canoe guide for close to ten years and considers the deep dark woods a therapy that only comes at the cost of comfort. When not being overwhelmingly eclectic, Trent likes to relax while watching horror movies.