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Film Review: Pandemic (2016)

SYNOPSIS: Pandemic is set in the near future, where a virus of epic proportions has overtaken the planet. There are more infected than uninfected, and humanity is losing its grip on survival. Its only hope is finding a cure and keeping the infected contained. Lauren (Rachel Nichols) is a doctor, who, after the fall of New York, comes to Los …

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Film Review: Sssssss (1973)

SYNOPSIS: A scientist specializing in the study of snakes, believes that human beings will never survive the coming disasters and holocausts he foresees. His solution is to create a composite creature from the DNA of a man and a king cobra that will be better suited for survival. REVIEW: Before I get into my review of Sssssss, I want to …

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Film Review: Slender (2016)

SYNOPSIS: Two filmmakers searching for the perfect documentary subject stumble across a story that even they don’t want to believe REVIEW: I will never understand why people make movies based on fads or trends. It’s easy to see that it’s a risky business – fads have a tendency to, well… fade. People are crazy about them, then they disappear and …

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Film Review: Rows (2015)

SYNOPSIS: Rows is a psychological thriller, a Gothic fantasy inspired by Grimm’s tales. A young woman, Rose, is tasked by her developer father to deliver an eviction notice to a reclusive woman in a ramshackle farmhouse. The woman has strange powers, derived from the house itself. The enchantress puts Rose and her friend, Greta, under a spell. They become lost …

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Film Review: Darling (2015)

SYNOPSIS: A lonely girl’s violent descent into madness. REVIEW: Director – Mickey Keating Starring – Lauren Ashley Carter, Brian Morvant, Sean Young The movie’s tagline says it all: A lonely girl’s violent descent into madness. And throughout the short, seventy-eight minute running time, we are witnesses to just that. Nothing more, nothing less. It might be unfair to say Darling …

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Film Review: Other Halves (2015)

SYNOPSIS: A team of programmers develop a revolutionary new dating app called Other Halves. On the night before the app is set to launch, they discover it causes strange side effects: users lose all self-control, becoming amoral, lascivious, violent… evil. They consider shutting the app down, but… Evil is profitable. REVIEW: Director – Matthew T. Price Starring – Lauren Lakis, …

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Film Review: Violent Shit 3: Infantry of Doom (1999)

SYNOPSIS:  Three men row a lifeboat to a shoreline inhabited by iron mask-clad followers of “The Maester” and his son. Through every conceivable, sometimes random, means possible, each character meets a brutal demise. And I do mean each character. I think there’s literally one survivor on the entire island by the end. REVIEW: Wow… just… wow. Not a good wow …

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Film Review: The Bride (2015)

SYNOPSIS: 150 years after she was raped and murdered on her wedding day, the Vengeful Spirit of Aiyana The Apache Warrior Princess comes back and possesses the body of a young bride that faced the same death as her. Fueled with unseen rage, The Bride rains down her gruesome vengeance upon those who took away her life and her true …

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Film Review: Dementia (2015)

SYNOPSIS: After being diagnosed with Dementia, an elderly war veteran is forced by his estranged family to hire a live-in nurse, only to find she harbors a sinister secret. REVIEW: Dementia is a 2015 psychological horror movie that showcases some great acting. The story is okay but contains characters that are both interesting and flawed. The story occasionally requires some …

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Film Review: Anabolyzer (2000)

SYNOPSIS: A gym owner and his lover plot to use anabolic steroids to turn her jilted husband into a murderer. The target? The gym owner’s wife. The only problem is, there’s another serial killer in town who isn’t particularly interested in sharing his territory. REVIEW: Did you see how that movie I described up there sounds interesting? It sounds like …

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Film Review: Deadly Famous (2014)

SYNOPSIS: “An aging actor with a serious serial killing hobby has his dark reclusive world blown open when a young blonde moves in to his guest house . Her presence soon begins to further shake Alan’s already twisted psyche.” REVIEW: Deadly Famous is a 2014 documentary style horror movie. The acting is borderline insane and the story is non-existent.  While …

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Film Review: Kantemir (2015)

SYNOPSIS: After a group of actors meet in a remote mansion to rehearse for a mysterious play they soon find out the production has much more sinister ramifications than any of them could have possibly prepared for. REVIEW: Directed by: Ben Samuels Starring: Robert Englund, Diane Cary, Daniel Gady, Justine Griffiths, Alanna Janell Kantemir delivers the presence of iconic horror …

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Film Review: El Regreso De Sehdmeled (The Return of Sehdmeled) (short film) (2007)

SYNOPSIS: A group of archeologists travels to Egypt to transfer the London museum’s mummy Sehdmeled. But the guardians of the sands that are responsible for preserving intact the pyramid, are aware of the curse that hides Sehdmeled. REVIEW: Another short film! Today’s selection is EL REGRESO DE SEHDMELED(THE RETURN OF SEHDMELED) from Eskoria Films. Another Spanish language (no English subtitles) …

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Film Review: Diary Of A Madman (1963)

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)

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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