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Film Review: Eegah (1962)

SYNOPSIS: “While driving through the desert, a teenage girl is frightened by a seven-foot giant which appears in her path. After escaping, she returns to the site with her boyfriend and her father in an attempt to find the giant. They do, and it proceeds to terrorize them and the rest of Palm Springs, California.” (courtesy IMDB) REVIEW: Pleasant greetings …

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Film Review: They Came From Beyond Space (1967)

SYNOPSIS: “Astronomers investigate a mysterious meteorite shower in a rural English farm field – exceptional because the space rocks all fell in a ‘V’ formation. Doctor Richard Arden, preeminent in the field of extraterrestrial study, is not permitted to accompany his colleagues, including his girlfriend Lee Mason, because he is still recovering from the effects of a recent motor accident. …

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Film Review: Victim (2010)

Victim (2010)

SYNOPSIS: A young man is abducted from a night club parking lot by a sinister surgeon and his silent (but brutal) henchman. The duo keeps the man locked up in the basement of their mansion, and the crazed surgeon proceeds to conduct a series of cruel experiments and bizarre surgeries on the poor guy. As the prisoner is tortured mentally …

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Film Review: Gravestoned (2009)

SYNOPSIS: Two stoners decide that they want to break into the movie business. They end up cutting the arm off of a real corpse to use in a horror film because the director wants the prop to look realistic and refuses to use a fake one. Unfortunately the reanimated cadaver eventually comes looking for its missing limb and “wackiness” ensues …

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Film Review: The House of the Demon (2007)

SYNOPSIS: With a ban on campus Halloween parties, Charlie (Gabriel McIver) throws a spooky bash for his college classmates at the abandoned house he’s inherited. But as night falls and partiers arrive, flesh-eating demons come alive. Now, the chance of escape may be as remote as the haunted house itself. Rashida Abdul-Jabbar, Katrina Ellsworth and Brant Bumpers also star in …

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Film Review: Goblin (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Every Halloween, a small hamlet in the deep woods is visited by a fierce goblin, intent on capturing infants and brutally murdering anyone in it’s path. REVIEW: Director – Jeffery Scott Lando Starring – Gil Bellows, Tracy Spiridakos, Camille Sullivan Brought to you by the good folks over at the SyFy channel, Goblin is a decent little creature horror …

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Film Review: Wicked Lake (2008)

SYNOPSIS: Four beautiful coeds retreat to a mountain lake for some weekend R&R, but their holiday is shattered when four creepy admirers show up at their cabin. But when the clock strikes midnight, a mysterious power is unleashed that surprises everyone. Now it’s up to the uninvited guests to fight for their survival from the bloodthirsty beauties. Zach Passero directs …

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Film Review: Peacock (2010)

SYNOPSIS: John Skillpa, a quiet bank clerk living in tiny Peacock, Nebraska, prefers to live an invisible life. This might have to do with John’s secret: he has another personality no one knows about, a woman who each morning does his chores and cooks him breakfast before he starts his day. Then, in a moment, everything changes… REVIEW: Written by: …

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Film Review: The House of the Devil (2009)

SYNOPSIS: In the 1980s, college student Samantha Hughes takes a strange babysitting job that coincides with a full lunar eclipse. She slowly realizes her clients harbor a terrifying secret; they plan to use her in a Satanic ritual. REVIEW: D: Ti West C: Jocelin Donahue, Tom Noonan, Mary Woronov, Dee Wallace Samantha (Donahue) doesn’t care for her college roommate. So much …

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Film Review: Fando Y Lis (1968)

SYNOPSIS: Fando and his partially paralyzed lover Lis search for the mythical city of Tar. Based on Jodorowsky’s memories of a play by surrealist Fernando Arrabal. REVIEW: Alejandro Jodorowsky has created some fantastic visually engaging films over the years. Each of which I’ve seen is rich in ideology and surrealities. “Fando y Lis”, one of Jodorowsky’s early releases is no …

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Film Review: Julia’s Eyes (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Julia (Belen Rueda) and her husband, Isaac (Lluis Homar), travel to the home of her twin sister, Sara, who has recently committed suicide. Much like her sister, Julia suffers from a rare degenerative eye disorder that threatens to strike her blind, a disorder that can easily be triggered by extreme stress. Julia becomes convinced that Sara did not commit …

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Film Review: Tekken (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Jin Kazama witnesses the death of his mother Jun by Tekken in the slums known as Anvil. After finding a Tekken ID he decides to seek out vengeance for his mother’s death. REVIEW: Fast forward into the future. 20239 to be exact. The world is a different picture and has become a product of chaos. Tekken, the largest corporation …

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