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Film Review: Mas Carnaza (1997)

SYNOPSIS: Short extreme film directed by Sergio Blasco about a jealous disgruntled ex boyfriend REVIEW: This 45 minute splatter film directed by Sergio Blasco ranks more interest for its racy cover than for the film experience itself. Spanish spoken and without subtitles, I was hoping that its visuals might carry the story a bit more than it ended up delivering. …

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Film Review: Mutation (1999)

SYNOPSIS: A chemical created by Nazi experimentation is discovered in modern-day Germany. Once released, it causes all sorts of horrific bloodshed, mutation, and madness. REVIEW: Adding the element of Nazis to a horror movie is a long standing tradition with varying rates of success. From the exploitation sleaze of Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS and SS Hell Camp to …

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Film Review: Flesh for the Beast (2003)

SYNOPSIS: Six parapsychologists investigate a reputed haunted mansion and are set upon by three flesh-eating succubus ladies under the control of the sinister warlock owner bent on finding a mysterious amulet to give himself more power. REVIEW: The basic premise of Flesh for the Beast is fairly simple and straightforward. A group of parapsychologists (a.k.a. ghost hunters) show up at …

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Film Review: Fairy in a Cage (1977)

SYNOPSIS: During World War II, the tyrannical Judge Murayama uses his military power to imprison and torture innocent people. Suspected of helping an anti-government movement, the lovely Namiji Kikushima is captured, along with a local kabuki actor. Helpless and unable to escape, the two are subjected to a grueling series of tortures including rope bondage and physical assault. As the …

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Film Review: Live Feed (2006)

SYNOPSIS: Holidaying in Japan, a group of ignorant youths decide to take a break from the constant drinking and partying to check out an underground P*rno theatre. When said cinema turns out to be a hangout and occasional hangout for a local gangsters’ mob, the youths find themselves in for the fight of their life. It’s all fun and games, …

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Film Review: Forced Entry (1973)

SYNOPSIS: Crazed Vietnam vet hunts down and kills women. REVIEW: The tagline for Shaun Costello’s 1973 film Forced Entry reads as follows: “He was trained to kill…and kill…and kill…and kill…” There are two things that immediately come to mind when reading this. The tagline actually holds more (implied) action than the movie itself, in which only three people are killed. …

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