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Film Review: Colecao de Humanos Mortos (short film) (2005)

SYNOPSIS: Inspired by 70s Horror movies and real crimes, Dead Human Collection is a bloodbath that follows a deranged Serial Killer and his sadistic habits. REVIEW: Colecao de Humanos Mortos (translated from Portuguese, it is Dead Human Collection) is a short film written and directed by Fernando Rick (he also directed Feto Morto as well as a couple documentaries on …

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Film Review: Blood Feast (2016)

SYNOPSIS: Fuad Ramses and his family have moved from the United States to France, where they run an American diner. Since business is not going too well, Fuad also works night shifts in a museum of ancient Egyptian culture. During these long, lonely nights he is repeatedly drawn to a statue representing the seductive ancient goddess ISHTAR. He becomes more …

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Film Review: The Chekist (1992)

SYNOPSIS: Srubov is a part of CHEKA, the secret police Lenin established after the Bolshevik Revolution. They arrest, interview for a minute, try in ten seconds, and execute intellectuals, aristocrats, Jews, clergy, and their families. In the building basement, five people at a time are shot as they stand naked facing wooden doors. No one to remember their last words; …

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Film Review: 31 (2016)

SYNOPSIS: A group of traveling sideshow carnies are kidnapped by a group of killer clowns who want to force them to play a sadistic game. REVIEW: Rob Zombie is back with a vengeance. Disclaimer: I’m actually a big fan of Zombie, both as a performer and as a director. I loved House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects, Lords of Salem, and …

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Film Review: Voodoo Curse – Legba’s Rache (2009)

SYNOPSIS: A group of teenage Goths tries to summon a voodoo god at an ancient graveyard. While being sedated through medicals and high on drugs, they get surrounded and butchered by awaking voodoo zombies. REVIEW: Voodoo Curse – Legba’s Rache is an independently made, low budget, German zombie movie written and directed by Stefan Svahn (he’s unfortunately only made one …

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Film Review: House of Carnage (2006)

  SYNOPSIS: An ax-wielding cannibal chases two women through the Pennsylvania woods. REVIEW: When Ryan Cavalline’s House of Carnage begins, it’s like a page right out of the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre – as the words slowly scroll across the screen (often misspelled and grammatically incorrect, which is kind of inexcusable in the day of spell check and editors), a …

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Film Review: Ma Mere (2004)

SYNOPSIS: A young man who’s father recently died is taken in by his mother, who introduces him to a hedonistic world of excess and sex. REVIEW: Freud would absolutely love this movie. Pierre’s father has just died, and he is taken in by his mother. He starts the movie as a completely sexually inexperienced young man, which we learn when …

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Film Review: Demonlover (2002)

SYNOPSIS: A conglomerate is trying to buy a Japanese animation company responsible for a popular Hentai series that has developed cutting edge 3D imaging software they’re planning to use for future p*rnographic projects. However, a rival company has plans to sabotage the deal from within. REVIEW: This is a movie that wouldn’t fit in the extreme category if it wasn’t …

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Film Review: 8MM 2 (2005)

SYNOPSIS: An American diplomat and his fiancée venture into the sordid underworld of sex and p*rnography in Budapest, Hungary to find out who is blackmailing them with a p*rno video taken of them with a prostitute. REVIEW: Way back in 1999, a movie called 8mm came out – directed by Joel Schumacher (The Lost Boys), written by Andrew Kevin Walker …

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