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Film Review: A Christmas Horror Story (2015)


SYNOPSIS: Interwoven stories that take place on Christmas Eve, as told by one festive radio host: A family brings home more than a Christmas tree, a student documentary becomes a living nightmare, a Christmas spirit terrorizes and Santa finds himself fighting against a horde of possessed elves. REVIEW: It’s that time of the year again! Where the masses are hypnotized ...

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Film Review: Cooties (2014)


SYNOPSIS: A mysterious virus hits an isolated elementary school, transforming the kids into a feral swarm of mass savages. An unlikely hero must lead a motley band of teachers in the fight of their lives. REVIEW: Directors: Jonathan Milott, Cary Murnion Writers: Leigh Whannell, Ian Brennan Stars: Elijah Wood, Rainn Wilson, Alison Pill, Leigh Whannell Review: As some of you ...

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Film Review: The Caretakers (2014)


SYNOPSIS: A supreme vampire’s caretaker is in the process of mentoring two new apprentices, while Rachel, a newly created hybrid vampire, and her inexperienced caretaker blunder through victim after victim, drawing attention to themselves. Fearing she will be caught up in the unwanted attention, the vampire searches for Rachel to keep the hybrid’s recklessness from drawing attention back to herself. ...

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Film Review: Deadly Revisions (2013)


SYNOPSIS: International genre favorite Bill Oberst Jr. plays an amnesiac horror writer who becomes trapped in his own nightmare as terrifying images emerge that may or may not be memories, madness, or both! Remembering can be murder! (source: IMDB) REVIEW: Horror writer, Graf (Bill Oberst Jr.) awakens in hospital after having had seemingly fallen down some stairs. Now suffering amnesia, ...

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Film Review: The Human Centipede III (Final Sequence) (2015)


SYNOPSIS: At a heatsoaked Texas prison, warden Bill Boss and his accountant Dwight Butler are in a predicament. Rising costs and uncontrollable violence has the governor breathing down their necks for immediate improvement. Boss tries castration as a way of taming the inmates, but his first subject proves this method to be ineffective. Butler presses upon him a much more ...

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Film Review: Poltergeist Activity (2015)


SYNOPSIS: A father and daughter encounter unexplainable occurrences and frightening visions in their new home. REVIEW: The of Poltergeist Activity follows David Prescott (Lee Bane) who, a year after the death of his wife, moves with his teenage daughter, Katherine (Natalie Martins), a keen photographer, to a century-old house in the Welsh countryside. Straight away, things seem a little strange ...

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Film Review: Burnt Offerings (1976) – Review 2

SYNOPSIS: A family of three takes a summer vacation at an enormous mansion in the hopes of relaxing but instead finds themselves in the grip of a nightmare as several horrific events threatens to destroy them. REVIEW: Burnt Offerings (1976) is Dan Curtis’s film adaptation of the 1973 novel of the same name by the late Robert Marasco. It’s the ...

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Film Review: Wasteland (2013)


SYNOPSIS: A virus-created apocalypse has turned nearly everyone into disease-infected zombies. The story follows Scott Miller’s battle for survival while he searches for food and water, seeks out other uninfected people, and waits for his soulmate to return. REVIEW: Wasteland is yet another zombie film out of the United Kingdom. Directed by Tom Wadlow and written by Tommy Draper, Wasteland ...

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