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Film Review: The Seduction of Dr. Fugazzi (2009)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Dr. Anna Fugazzi has it all, she’s young, beautiful and a practicing abnormal psychologist. Something is wrong with Anna though, with the repeated headaches and strange dreams, it isn’t any wonder she’s falling apart. REVIEW: Directed by: October Kingsley Starring: October Kingsley, Faye Dunaway, Jeff Van Atta, Steve Larkin, Craig Banks. “Is there truly peace and …

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Film Review: Extreme Jukebox (2013)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Welcome to Nova Springs, a rock and roll metropolis chock-full of rising stars. Here you’ll meet Jessie Cake, a charismatic glam metal frontman and his groupie girlfriend, Chloe. After unearthing a mysterious LP in the abandoned estate of legendary 80s superstar David Crystal, these young lovers unleash a bloodthirsty spirit…the infamous “Killer of the Woods.” Even …

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Film Review: The Last Winter (2006)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: When strange things start happening at an Arctic oil-drilling outpost, workers fear their cabin is haunted by ancient spirits, and the unexplained events spark a feud between an oil company representative (Ron Perlman) and an eco-activist (James LeGros). Larry Fessenden‘s supernatural thriller adds a terrifying new layer to global warming and the perils of oil production. …

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Film Review: Homicycle (2014)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: In a city riddled with corruption, drugs and gangs, a veteran cop is murdered by a vicious kingpin, sparking a brutal crime wave. Only one man can stop the bloodshed – a brutal, motorcycle riding vigilante bent on bloody revenge called HOMICYCLE – now picking off the killers one by one. Armed with an arsenal from …

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Film Review: Dr. Gore (2009)

Rate This Movie REVIEW: Antoine Pellissier is a French director of a number of independent horror/gore films that you probably have not heard of. This is not to say that his films aren’t good, just that they do not have wide distribution here in the United States – they are, after all, completely DIY independent films. Pellissier basically uses his own …

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Film Review: Three Extremes (2004)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A sequel to Three, Three Extremes is based around the common theme of the ‘monster’. In Fruit Chan’s, not for vegetarians, Dumplings, the secret to eternal youth lies out of special dumplings made out of the crushed bones and ground down flesh of aborted foetuses. The monster in Park Chan-wook’s Cut is a deranged fan of …

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Film Review: Night School (1981)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: Someone is killing off the female students who are taking night classes at a local college. Each victim is decapitated and has her head thrown into the nearest body of water for some unknown reason. The detectives working the case discover a connection between the victims and a certain professor at the college, which makes him their …

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Film Review: Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV (2000)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: The Toxic Avenger must defend his friends from his own evil alternate universe doppelganger The Noxious Offender. REVIEW: It can never be said that Kauffman and his tribe don’t do high concept. Flick through the old back catalogue and you’ll find all sorts of dismemberment, musicals and war movies. It’s a buffet of depravity for all …

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Film Review: The Stranger (2014)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: A mysterious man arrives in a small Canadian town seeking his wife, though his presence plunges the community into a bloodbath. REVIEW: Directed by Guillermo Amoedo and presented by Eli Roth comes a remarkable new entry into the vampire lore club called “The Stranger” I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again in respect to the …

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