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Film Review: Pride And Prejudice And Zombies (2016)

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: Stash (2007)

SYNOPSIS: In the backwoods of Kentucky, Bud (Kevin Taylor) operates a marijuana-growing operation from his house. When he catches a pair of crooks trying to make off with his valuable stash, Bud forces them into a dangerous game they may not survive. Debbie Rochon, Billy W. Blackwell and Chris Begley co-star in this highly disturbing horror movie about drugs, kidnapping …

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THE HORROR HAPPENS RADIO SHOW MOVES TO ITS NEW LIVE TUESDAY TIME SLOT STARTING FEBRUARY 21ST

Starting this Tuesday and every Tuesday going forward on http://HGRNJ.org / HomeGrownRadioNJ, THE HORROR HAPPENS RADIO SHOW is moving to its new 4 hour time slot of 3:00 to 7:00 PM EST! The 2X Rondo Nominated Horror Streaming Horror Talk Radio Program celebrates another week of “Women in Horror Guest Conversations” heard on the HomeGrownRadioNJ website and via the TuneIn App. Listen to more …

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THE POWER AND HORROR OF SILENCE… TALKING WITH WRITER & DIRECTOR ROB SAVAGE OF “DAWN OF THE DEAF” (Part 1)

One of the most successful short films of 2016 found audiences from around the world and selected to such film festivals as “Fantasia”, “Fantastic Fest” & the “Morbdio Film Festival” to name just a few. Powerful, genre re-inventing and so well crafted with multiple story arcs feeding into the final moments before a pulse is unleashed in London. It takes many to create …

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Film Review: Death Race 2050 (2017)

SYNOPSIS: In the year 2050, America has been taken over by corporations, the countryside is a contaminated wasteland, and the population is unemployed, unmotivated and unwashed. To placate the masses, the ruling corporations present brutal and addictive virtual reality games, including the annual Death Race where champion drivers race each other while racking up bonus points for killing pedestrians. The …

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Film Review: Spawn of the Slithis (1978)

SYNOPSIS: A vicious creature emerges from the canals of Venice California preying on dogs before graduating to human victims. A curious high school journalism teacher investigates the gruesome murders, discovering evidence that the beast is the product of nuclear radiation leaking from a nearby plant. He teams up with a local fisherman, and the intrepid duo set out to destroy …

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Film Review: Intimacy (2001)

SYNOPSIS: Two people with bad marriages get together, trying to enjoy at least one part of their lives. What they find is more devastation and despair. REVIEW: Intimacy is a movie that is notorious for its real, unsimulated sex scenes. It’s starring Mark Rylance, a recent Oscar winner for Bridge of Spies, and Kerry Fox, a person who has given an on-screen …

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Film Review: Killer Ink (2015)

SYNOPSIS: A group of irritating teenagers travel to the top vacation spot in the world, Vilnius, Lithuania. After a night of dancing awkwardly at a nightclub they fall victim to a tattoo artist and his apprentice. Proving there’s more than one way to skin vaguely attractive white people, the artist uses their flesh as a canvas for his sacred art. …

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Film Review: Ghost Team (2016)

SYNOPSIS: A rightfully depressed man assembles a ragtag group to investigate a purportedly haunted house. This group includes his nephew, who looks like someone about to attend a late 90’s rave. Along for moral support is his chubby best friend who believes his girlfriend was abducted by aliens. Also there’s a mall cop with the haircut of an Amish terrorist, …

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