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Film Review: Lizzie (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: Lizzie Allen (Amanda Baker) suffers from amnesia set on by a traumatic event during her formative years. Working with psychiatrist Dr. Fredricks (Corbin Bernsen), she struggles to uncover the mysteries of her youth and memories of her parents who dies when she was very young. When she returns to her childhood home and decides to stop taking her medication, ...

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Film Review: The Manitou (1978)

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SYNOPSIS: A psychic’s girlfriend finds out that a lump on her back is a growing reincarnation of a 400 year-old demonic Native American spirit. REVIEW: Oh yeah…Now we’re talking movie greatness acolytes! What’s that you say? You’ve never even heard of this movie before? If you’re one of the few that are actually admitting to that then consider yourself drummed ...

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Film Review: The Bucks County Massacre (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: “The Bucks County Massacre” was compiled from video footage found at the scene of a horrible crime. The editors would like to express their sympathies to the families of the victims. They would also like to express their gratitude to the local authorities for their involvement and cooperation on this project. The public release of “The Bucks County Massacre” ...

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Film Review: Backslasher (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: A social networking slasher, with a supernatural edge and Brit-Horror chic. REVIEW: “Add me as a friend”…, a new film by director Tim Cowles takes the idea of “befriending” on one’s social media site into the realm of the classic slasher film per the title of “Backslasher”. In the interim, we are instantly greeted by social media plugged-in cutie ...

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Film Review: Airborne (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: A  flight en route to New York City goes awry from climactic conditions, crew and passenger mutiny and an unearthly force with evil intentions. REVIEW: Directed by: Dominic Burns Starring: Mark Hamill, Gemma Atkinson, Craig Conway, Julian Glover, Kimberly Jaraj, Alan Ford, Dominic Burns In my humble opinion Airborne sustained a lot of unjustified criticism and negative feedback. Let’s ...

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Film Review: The Nightmare Never Ends (1980)

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SYNOPSIS: Police detective, Mitchell, investigating the death of a victim of a Nazi concentration camp discovers a nightclubbing playboy who has strange powers over women and is seemingly ageless. REVIEW: Some films are just unfortunately titled, as is the case with The Nightmare Never Ends (AKA Cataclysm and Satan’s Supper). The pun practically writes itself, and once you actually get ...

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Film Review: Victor Juliet’s Director’s Cut (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: VICTOR JULIET’S DIRECTOR’S CUT is a feature length horror film structured as an anthology. The film is composed of five segments. REVIEW: Written & Directed by: Victor Juliet Starring: Victor Juliet, Rachel Ward, Peter Thomas QUICK FIX: In this quirky tale told in five acts, the world’s newest, cleverest, and bestest no-budget indie filmmaker known as Victor Juliet sets ...

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Film Review: DeadGirl (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: When high school misfits Rickie (Shiloh Fernandez) and JT (Noah Segan) decide to cut school and find themselves lost in the crumbling facility of a nearby abandoned hospital, they come face-to-face with a gruesome discovery: a woman whose body has been stripped naked, chained to a table and covered in plastic. When both react to the situation in extremely ...

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