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Film Review: Diary Of A Madman (1963)

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SYNOPSIS: “Simon Cordier is a well-respected magistrate who visits a condemned prisoner, Louis Girot, just before the man’s execution. Girot again pleads his innocence insisting that he has been taken over by a spirit that forced him to commit his crimes. Cordier doesn’t believe him and the man suddenly dies. Cordier does however note a rapid change in his personality …

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Film Review: May (2002)

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SYNOPSIS: A lonely young woman traumatized by a difficult childhood and her increasingly desperate attempts to connect with the people around her is sent into a murderous tailspin. REVIEW: I can’t believe it’s been fourteen years since the release of Lucky McKee’s MAY. There have been many great horror films since then but nothing comes close to touching the sheer …

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Film Review: Schramm (1993)

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SYNOPSIS: Journey into the twisted mind of a serial killer with this exploration of the true-life German “Lipstick Killer.” Suspected of murdering more than a dozen women, psychopath Lothar Schramm (Florian Koerner von Gustorf) paints the lips of the women he’s killed and rapes them after death. With shocking images of brutal violence, filmmaker Jörg Buttgereit imagines Schramm’s life flashing …

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Film Review: The Hollow (2015)

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SYNOPSIS: Three sisters lose their parents in a fiery car crash and head to Shelter Island to live with their Aunt. Unfortunately they arrive just in time to experience the reawakening of a century-old curse that will threaten the lives of everyone on the island. REVIEW: The Hollow takes place in the Pacific Northwest on Shelter Island which can only …

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Film Review: Mary Loss of Soul (2014)

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SYNOPSIS: After disappearing one night while vacationing at her family’s lake house, fifteen year old Mary seems far from quite the same. Sullen, filled with angst and melancholy, at first glance she appears to be just like any other teenaged girl. Yet even her family can’t quite seem to connect with her. After closer investigation its evident Mary’s soul has …

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Film Review: Zoombies (2016)

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SYNOPSIS: When a strange virus quickly spreads through a safari park and turns all the zoo animals undead, those left in the park must stop the creatures before they escape and zombify the whole city. REVIEW: I am by no means The Asylum movies’ connoisseur. I don’t like their “let’s conceive a crazy idea and make cult movie!” approach, because, …

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Film Review: Death Becomes Her (1992)

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SYNOPSIS: When a woman learns of an immortality treatment, she sees it as a way to outdo her long-time rival. REVIEW: There are questions and themes that always seem to come up throughout the centuries of stories that exist. These concepts manage to capture the minds of audiences. They are intriguing in ways that keep them repeating throughout literature, film, …

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