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Film Review: Pride And Prejudice And Zombies (2016)

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SYNOPSIS: Jane Austen’s classic tale of the tangled relationships between lovers from different social classes in 19th century England is faced with a new challenge — an army of undead zombies REVIEW: I’ve never been a fan of Jane Austen, or her novels. I understand and respect them for their place in history, and I understand how popular they’ve been ...

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Film Review: Black Christmas (1974) – Review #2

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SYNOPSIS: A lunatic seen only in synecdoche takes refuge in a sorority house’s attic during the Christmas season and begins making horrific and truly obscene phone calls to the women on the first floor. A young member of the sorority disappears and a desperate search for her return ensues. As the police and house members look for her, other people ...

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Film Review: Chiral (short film) (2015)

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SYNOPSIS: An anxiety-ridden art dealer faces his worst nightmare. REVIEW: Another Canadian short film today, kiddies. Today we have CHIRAL from writer/director Karen Lam. This film won best short subject at Monsters of Film Sweden and was an official selection at Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival. Gallery owner Hank (Nelson Leis) is opening his brand new space. He’s ...

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Film Review: Day 6 (2011) – Review 2

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SYNOPSIS: Dr. Piso studies the alien abductions. From the abductees under hypnosis, he has understood that some alien races have been installing, for millennia, their active memories in the people’s brains, to exploit a special energy: the Soul. REVIEW: Varo Venturi’s Day 6 is another genre outing that has made its rounds under different titles: Alien Exorcism (U.S.), Alien Encounter ...

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Film Review: Trees (2000)

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SYNOPSIS: All’s quiet in the small Vermont town of Hazelville as Memorial Day approaches until a string of mysterious deaths begin plaguing forest ranger Mark Cody. As hikers and campers turn up dead, Cody struggles to figure out what’s behind the murders while the Mayor looks to keep the deaths hush-hush, afraid it will affect tourism on the town’s biggest ...

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Film Review: The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988)

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SYNOPSIS: An anthropologist goes to Haiti after hearing rumors about a drug used by black magic practitioners to turn people into zombies. REVIEW: Wade Davis, a Harvard-educated anthropologist, traveled to Haiti in the early eighties to research the Vodou religion and its practices.  His specific focus was concentrated on zombies, and the assortment of ingredients utilized in creating the poisonous powder that transforms a ...

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Film Review: Class of Nuke ‘Em High Part 3: The Good, the Bad and the Subhumanoid (1994)

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SYNOPSIS: The fully grown and muscular, yet only two- year-old offspring of a human father and subhumanoid mother, Adlai Smith must protect his beloved Tromaville from an evil corporation and his evil twin brother hell-bent on turning the town into a toxic wasteland. REVIEW: When you watch a Troma movie you are not going into it expecting strong character development, ...

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Film review: Caesar And Otto’s Paranormal Halloween (2015)

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SYNOPSIS: Half-brothers Caesar (Dave Campfield) and Otto (Paul Chomicki) agree to house sit for a home with an ominous history. Apparitions, floating objects and possessions soon torment the witless duo unveiling a torturous secret in trademarked side splitting fashion in this satirical homage to contemporary horror films. REVIEW: Directed by: David Campfield Starring: Dave Campfield, Paul Chomicki, Scott Aguilar, JamieLee ...

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Film Review: The Vault Of Horror (1973)

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SYNOPSIS: Five men trapped in the basement vault of an office building share visions with each other of their demise. Stories revolve around vampires, bodily dismemberment, east Indian mysticism, an insurance scam, and an artist who kills by painting his victims’ deaths. REVIEW: Right off the bat, 1973’s The Vault of Horror has all the hallmarks of a classic anthology ...

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