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Film Review: Hell’s Ground (2007)

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SYNOPSIS: Pakistan s first splatter flick in the tradition of Friday the 13th and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre delivers spine-tingling thrills when an attractive group of teens pile into a van that runs out of gas in the middle of a dark mysterious forest. Their ghoulish nightmare begins when rotting fresh-eating zombies and a decapitated head-toting screaming banshee-like hitchhiker begin ...

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Film Review: Rabid Grannies (1989)

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SYNOPSIS: When the elderly Remington sisters (played by Danielle Daven and Anne-Marie Fox) invite their relatives to a dinner party celebrating the siblings’ upcoming 92nd birthday, they leave one name off the list: their devil-worshipping nephew, Christopher. But the family Satanist sends a surprise gift from hell that turns the grannies into rapacious ghouls who can’t wait to sink their ...

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Film Review: Detention (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: A  group of high school students are sent to Detention. Abandoned and locked in, images of Ghosts appear as they attempt to escape, only to find themselves connected to a past horrific death and made responsible for it with their lives. REVIEW: Director – James D.R. Hickox Starring – David Carradine, Billy Aaron Brown, Thomas Calabro Ah, the prank. Where ...

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Film Review: Vice (2015)

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SYNOPSIS: Bruce Willis stars in this Sci-Fi thriller about ultimate resort: VICE, where customers can play out their wildest fantasies with artificial inhabitants who look like humans. REVIEW: In the wild and wooly world of tomorrow, synthetic humans have been pretty much banned from all walks of society. Except sleazy CEO Bruce Willis, playing one of his finest portrayals of ...

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Film Review: Bodom (2014)

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SYNOPSIS: For the 50th anniversary of the Lake Bodom murders, two media students obsessed with the case launch a journalistic investigation. The footage they have left behind only raises new questions. REVIEW: In 1960s Finland whilst camping at Lake Bodom, four teenagers were attacked in the early morning. Only one of them, Nils Wilhelm Gustafsson, would survive, growing up to ...

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