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Film Review: Garden Of Love (The Haunting Of Rebecca Verlaine) (2003)

Garden Of Love (The Haunting Of Rebecca Verlaine) (2003)

SYNOPSIS: Several years after a musician and his friends are killed, his daughter is haunted by her dad, whos spirit is on killing spree. REVIEW: Director – Olaf Ittenbach Screenplay – Olaf Ittenbach and Thomas Reitmair What do you get when you have a special effects guy write and direct a horror movie? Hopefully a bloody good time. A German ...

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Film Review: Shogun’s Sadism: The Joys of Torture 2 (1976) – CAT III


SYNOPSIS: While marketed as a sequel to Shogun’s Sadism: The Joys of Torture, The Joys of Torture 2 is neither directed by Teruo Ishii and does not seem to be an official sequel. However it is set, as is the former, during the Japanese Edo era and takes its inspiration from the horrific and grotesque forms of torture used during ...

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Film Review: Der Todesking (The Death King) (1990)


SYNOPSIS: Seven episodes, each taking place on a different day of the week, on the theme of suicide and violent death. REVIEW: From the years 1988 to 1994, you’d have been hard pressed to find a more disturbing, yet artistic, filmmaker than Jorg Buttgereit. In just six years, the man released some of the most depressing, moody, and controversial films ...

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Film Review: Sadi-Scream (2007)


SYNOPSIS: Rumi, an investigative journalist, prepares to interview a garbage collector. Her colleague has heard a rumor that the man is involved in the disposal of dead bodies for the yakuza, and persuades Rumi to conduct the interview alone, under surveillance. When the man’s suspicions are eventually aroused, he and his cohorts capture the reporters and take them to a ...

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Film Review: The Stink of Flesh (2005)


SYNOPSIS: Wandering a zombie wasteland, Matool survives by his wits and animal instinct, often employing his trusty hammer and gigantic nails to fend off the ravenous hordes of flesh-eating undead. But when he is kidnapped by a mysterious couple, Matool must rely on an entirely different weapon in his arsenal to survive… Written & directed by Scott Phillips (screenwriter of ...

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