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

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: 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 …

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Film Review: House of Carnage (2006)

Rate This Movie   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 …

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Film Review: Ma Mere (2004)

Rate This Movie 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 …

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Film Review: Demonlover (2002)

Rate This Movie 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 …

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Film Review: 8MM 2 (2005)

Rate This Movie 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 …

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