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Film Review: Slaughter Weekend (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: A weekend for a group of store clerks ends with slaughter. REVIEW: Director – Robert Nemere Starring – Alexis Ayala, Paul Braccioforte, Harold Bridgeforth I’ll be honest, I’m not even sure how to describe this movie. Part comedy, part horror, part gritty urban drama, part crime drama, part sex fetish exploration and well, you get the idea. It really ...

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Film Review: ReRe-Animated (film short) (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: Bodies line the streets, zombies roam hunting for brains or flesh, the “Zombie Apocalypse is now”… At least that is what Brian thinks. Brian drags Wess from his bed, and out through the night barricading themselves inside the safest place to be when zombies attack… A bar… Wess doubting the accuracy of Brian’s recollection tries to convince him he ...

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Film Review: Trick R Treat (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: The usually boisterous traditions of Halloween turn baleful, and everyone in a small town tries to survive one night in pure hell in writer-director Michael Dougherty’s fright fest. Several stories weave together, such as a loner fending off a demented trick-or-treater’s attacks, kids uncovering a freaky secret, a school principal — who moonlights as a serial killer — poisoning ...

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Film Review: The Dinner Party (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: Conflicting fates collide in this dark psychological thriller from Canberra, Australia, when an unstable woman (Lara Cox) plots an evening to remember where the invited guests of her soiree are not guaranteed to leave the table alive. Tensions mount as the true nature of the gathering becomes frighteningly clear to those at the table, and what should have been ...

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