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Film Review: Fast Company (1979)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: “Standard ‘good guys versus bad guys’ drag-racing movie. Nice scene of the driver’s view during a funny car run.” (thanks to IMDB for that detailed synopsis) REVIEW: He might deny it on the audio commentary, but this seventies exploitation movie rates as one hell of an anomaly in the career of Canadian auteur David Cronenberg. Made after …

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Film Review: 68 Kill (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A punk-rock after hours about femininity, masculinity and the theft of $68,000. REVIEW: There seems to be a trend as of late that I’m really digging coming out of the film industry, this trend of course being a rush of balls-out cinema pieces fueled towards violence, comedy, and chaotic absurdity. With movies such as “Mayhem” and …

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Film Review: Harlequin (aka Dark Forces) (1980)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A modern-day politician is faced with an incomprehensible in this mystical-fantasy. Senator Rast is a very powerful man. But his is nothing compared to the extraordinary power of the enigmatic stranger who mysteriously comes to “visit” him. Possessing uncanny magical prowess and miraculous psychic abilities, the peculiar, but seemingly benevolent, visitor quickly gains a spell-binding hold …

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Film Review: The Blob (1958)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: “After teenagers Steve Andrews and his girlfriend Jane Martin see a meteorite crash nearby, they set off to investigate. They come across an old man who seems to have some type of gelatinous matters stuck to his hand. They take him to Doctor Hallen who isn’t sure what the substance is but Steve becomes convinced it’s …

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Film Review: Event Horizon (1997) – Review 2

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: “The year is 2047 and a ship named the Event Horizon has re-appeared after disappearing seven years prior, in experiments for faster-than-light travel. A rescue hastily speeds to the returned vessel after a transmission was picked up from the ship, garbled, but vaguely resembling a human voice. As the crew reach the ship, and spend longer …

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Film Review: Hysteria (1997)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: The inmates of an insane asylum are subjected to experiments using collective consciousness and surgically implanted chips in an attempt to create perfect citizens. REVIEW: Trying to track down much about 1997’s Hysteria was “mostly” a dead end. This asylum-themed film is most noted for the role of Myrna Malloy played actress Amanda Plummer. Her lines …

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