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Film Review: Slash-in-The-Box (short fim) (2011)


  SYNOPSIS: When Adam brings home an antique jack-in-the-box for his wife, pop goes the evil. REVIEW: I love a good surprise. “Slash-in-the-Box”, a short film by Nick Everhart is a great example of what a short film “should” be. It’s got tension, intelligent moody music and a perfect mix of illustrating edginess thru props and circumstance. When a couple ...

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Film Review: Damien: Omen II


SYNOPSIS: The continuing saga of the Devil’s son rising to power. REVIEW: The film begins shortly after Robert and Katherine Thorne have been killed (The Omen). Burgenhagen (Leo McKern), the original archeologist in the previous film, has now discovered the Wall Yigael and desperately attempts to convince Morgan (Ian Hendry) that the Antichrist is alive and well. He gives Morgan ...

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Film Review: Thr3e (2006)


  SYNOPSIS: Seminary student Kevin Parson’s (Marc Blucas) life changes in the blink of an eye when he receives a call from a psychopathic serial killer threatening murder unless Kevin confesses his sins. Desperate, Kevin teams with a criminal psychologist (Justine Waddell) to profile the killer and solve his riddles before the madman strikes again. Best-selling author Ted Dekker’s spine-tingling ...

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Film Review: Hide (2011)


SYNOPSIS: Chesterfield High School basketball practice has ended. One year later the town is still reeling from the massacre of a brutal mischief night murder, but even the statewide curfew won’t stop these teens from pulling pranks on Hallow’s Eve. Susie Hauser, head cheerleader along with her teenage friends are lured by a psychopath to play a revengeful game of ...

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Film Review: The Omen (1976)


SYNOPSIS: An American ambassador learns to his horror that his son is actually the literal Antichrist. REVIEW: Directed by Richard Donner, from the beginning frames of The Omen, it is clear that this film is diabolically demonic with a clearly biblical singing choir based soundtrack capable of creating chills. As if that wasn’t enough to imply the film’s tone, during ...

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Film Review: The Burning Moon (1992)


SYNOPSIS: German in english subtitles. Splatter stories par excellence, linked by the narrative device of young Peter reading two tales of the macabre to his terrified sister. REVIEW: This German shocker has all the right ingredients for a low budget exploitation-in-violence anthology. Directed by Olaf Ittenbach, This film is one of the earlier works by the same man who’s name ...

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Film Review: The Simpsons: The Fourteenth Season (2011)


SYNOPSIS: Kang and Kodos invite you to add this Emmy Award winning season to your collection filled with your favorite guest stars (Mick Jagger, Lenny Kravitz, Tony Hawk, Blink 182, and more) and exclusive features that will satisfy your hunger. The Simpsons Season 14 is available on Blu-ray and DVD. REVIEW: The Simpsons have seemed to stand the test of ...

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