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Film Review: Attack of the Lederhosen Zombies (2016)

SYNOPSIS: Zombie action in the Alps: a group of young snowboarder is stuck in a remote mountain ski resort, where an all-night aprés-ski party soon turns into a hellish nightmare of zombie mayhem. REVIEW: Director: Dominik Hartl Starring: Laurie Calvert, Gabriela Marcinkova, Oscar Dyekjær Giese ‘An Austrian horror’ is a phrase that has a prominent place in the annals of …

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Film Review: Pet (2016)

SYNOPSIS: An animal shelter worker becomes obsessed with a former classmate after his attempts at wooing her fail. During his stalking of her he finds out something that disturbs him enough to lock her in a cage as an attempt to save her from herself.  REVIEW: Stalkers are a strange bunch. During the mid to late 1980s–a time when I …

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Film Review: After Party Massacre (2011)

SYNOPSIS: Giving a new twist to horror, this film bring metal, blood, and gore back to the screen! Written and directed by both Kristoff (of Horrormerch.com) and Kyle Severn (of Incantation and Acheron), this film is one killer party with mind-blowing amounts of blood. REVIEW: Somewhere along the way, heavy metal and horror movies became permanently intertwined. How this happened …

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Film Review: Pitchfork (2016)

SYNOPSIS: A group of friends return home with a friend to help him share a secret only to learn that sometimes older secrets are even more deadly. REVIEW: “I’ll survive.” Hunter Killian, how very Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) Director Glenn Douglas Packard introduces us to a new character. Horror fans meet Pitchfork (Daniel Wilkinson) This film was shot in twenty-one …

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Film Review: Corpse Grinders III (2012)

SYNOPSIS: Lotus Cat Food is under new management and this time they have improved the recipe even more. REVIEW: Directed by Manolito Motosierra Starring John Martino, Richard Lester, Amparo Murcia Sometimes it’s okay to rot your brain a little with a less-than-great movie. Trash cinema certainly has its place in American culture, and companies like Troma Entertainment and The Asylum …

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Film Review: Rupture (2016)

SYNOPSIS: A single mom tries to break free from a mysterious organization that has abducted her. REVIEW: Today’s movie involves the original Lisbeth Salander being stalked and then kidnapped by Vic Mackey while the devil from the Constantine movie oversees the whole thing. If that rundown of the movie doesn’t float your boat, then let’s get into the details.

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Film Review: Burst Theory (2015)

SYNOPSIS: A scientist at a remote facility questions the nature of a bird flu vaccine his team is studying when a colleague unexpectedly contracts the virus under suspicious circumstances. Soon, he discovers his worst nightmares are about to become reality – his life, and perhaps the lives of millions, are hanging by a thread. Hunting for the truth, he spirals …

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Film Review: This Violent World (1976)

SYNOPSIS: A mondo film from 1976, This Violent World gives the viewer an inside look at violent traditions and practices from around the world. REVIEW: Mondo films have a long history, filled with bizarre footage and social commentary. This Violent World carries on that “proud” tradition, contrasting the violence in the natural world with the violence committed by mankind. We are shown …

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Film Review: The Antichrist (1974)

SYNOPSIS: Ippolita is a young woman paralyzed by a childhood accident and confined to a wheelchair ever since. Struggling with a crisis of religious faith, she consults a psychiatrist who hypnotizes her as part of past life regression therapy. The treatment temporarily cures her paralysis, but also awakens a demon that has haunted the family for generations. The demon possesses …

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