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Film Review: Graveyard of The Living Dead (2008)

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: Reptilicus (1961)

SYNOPSIS: After copper miners discover part of the frozen tail of a prehistoric monster in Lapland, scientists inadvertently bring it back to life. REVIEW: The film begins with a group of engineers prospecting for copper in Lapland. There, as they are drilling, they happen upon the frozen remains of an as yet undiscovered prehistoric ‘dinosaur’. (I use the term loosely.) …

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Film Review: Flytrap (2015)

SYNOPSIS: Heading to UCLA to see his friend, acerbic astronomer, James, develops car problems and suddenly finds himself embroiled in a rather disturbing game of survival. Will he finally make it to safety, or will he be lost forever? REVIEW: Flytrap is an odd little film, slightly experimental and bordering very closely on avant-garde; it’s led by Jeremy Crutchley, who …

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Film Review: Der Konig der Kannibalen (Cannibal Messiah) (2016)

SYNOPSIS: The King of the Cannibals”, aka “Cannibal Messiah”, the second work in feature film length from the house PSYCHO PRODUCTIONS. Content a continuation of the found footage short film “The Last Cannibal REVIEW: Der Konig der Kannibalen (aka King of the Cannibals or Cannibal Messiah) is a slapstick, goofball splatter film written by Master W and co-directed by Master …

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Film Review: Amicus Mortis (short film) (2007)

SYNOPSIS: A twisted and bloody tale of revenge shown in reverse chronological order. REVIEW: Low budget horror shorts are hard to do well. It’s very difficult to get the necessary plot crammed into such a small time frame, and when you’re trying to make your film jam-packed with gore as well, it’s practically impossible. Amicus Mortis is definitely lacking on the former, …

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Film Review: Blessed Are the Children (2016)

SYNOPSIS: After getting an abortion, Traci Patterson begins to suspect that something sinister is following her and her friends. REVIEW: In the classic tradition of the 1980’s slasher film, and with a heavy retro-vibe beginning with the opening synth-theme and following through until the end, Blessed Are the Children lines its victims up and kills them off with an updated …

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