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Film Review: For Sale by Owner (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: Will Custis (Scott Cooper) makes his living as an architect, preserving and restoring America’s historic buildings, but his latest project threatens to become an obsession, even as it offers answers to one of this nation’s oldest, eeriest mysteries. When his work takes him to Chesapeake Bay, Will becomes intrigued by the legend of Roanoke, the lost American colony, and ...

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Film Review: Graveyard of The Living Dead (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: The scientists of a medical laboratory in Germany, Paul (Alexander Reckert) and his colleague Henry (Lars Rohnstock) are researching on their own risk for a secret project. They try to reactivate the brain waves of a recently died human to collect information about the function of the human brain after its death. They are successful but with fatal results! ...

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Film Review: Mutilation Mile (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: Inspired by true events that took place sometime in 1993, Jimmy & Jack DeGrasso, two brothers, went on a blood soaked killing spree of vengeance. Fueled by revenge & cocaine they slaughtered street thugs, hookers, addicts, and drug dealers to find the murderer of their uncle Sal. Gritty, controversial, violent, disturbing and graphic, “Mutilation Mile” is a throwback to ...

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Film Review: EyeBorgs (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: Are government surveillance cameras intended to keep us safe actually killing people? Is it a plot by the government to suppress the opposition, or have our terrorist enemies secretly gained control of our security system and are now using it against us? Following another major terrorist attack the US instigates an intense government surveillance program in which every camera ...

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Film Review: Moscow Zero (2006)

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SYNOPSIS: Val Kilmer plays Andrey, the head of a group of Moscovites who live in the city’s underground. Vincent Gallo’s character leads a rescue team in search of a Russian anthropologist who’s disappeared beneath the underground system. They discover an eerie multilevel system of caves and catacombs. When his friend, Sergei (Rade Serbedzija), goes missing, Russian priest Owen (Vincent Gallo) ...

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Film Review: In the Folds of Flesh (Nelle pieghe della carne) (1970)

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SYNOPSIS: In a genre defined by shocking violence and psychosexual kink, it remains perhaps the most over-the-top ‘giallo’ in EuroCult history: Former MGM starlet and doomed James Dean paramour Pier Angeli – two decades past her Golden Globe award for ‘Most Promising Newcomer’ and just one year before her tragic death – stars in this ultra-lurid epic packed with decapitations, ...

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Film Review: The Legend Of Boggy Creek (1972)

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SYNOPSIS: A documentary-style drama which questions the existence of a monster in an Arkansas swamp. REVIEW: Ahhh. The smell of the swampy marshlands in Foulke, Arkansas where “The Legend Of Boggy Creek” takes place. The film, directed by Charles Pierce, is a sort of documentary style piece recounting the year where our narrator (Vern Stierman) tells of the summer that ...

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Film Review: Monster (2003)

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SYNOPSIS: Aileen Wuornos (Charlize Theron, in an Oscar-winning performance) faced difficult odds early in life, abusing drugs and becoming a prostitute (and pregnant) by the age of 13. Wuornos moved from Michigan to Florida where she continued to ply her “trade,” specializing in a clientele consisting mainly of truck drivers. It was during that time that she began murdering any ...

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