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Film Review: Open Water (2003)


SYNOPSIS: Based on the true story of two scuba divers accidentally stranded in shark infested waters after their tour boat has left. REVIEW: Open Water is a 2003 horror movie shot on a shoe-string budget about the true story of Tom and Eileen Lonergan, a vacationing couple that went scuba diving in 1998 in the Bahamas and were left out in …

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Film Review: Re-Kill (2015)


SYNOPSIS: 5 years on from a zombie outbreak that nearly wiped out civilization and the living are trying to piece back together their lives amidst the remaining zombies, or re-animates (or Re-Ans) as they are called. A quasi S.W.A.T. task force known as the R-Division is tasked with the job of RE-killing the Re-Ans who have been segregated into zones. …

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Film Review: Jack’s Back (1988)


SYNOPSIS: A copycat Jack the Ripper is stalking the streets murdering prostitutes. The police working the case don’t have a clue as to who is behind the murders but when a young doctor (James Spader) stumbles upon one of the victims he thinks he’s learned the killer’s identity. Unfortunately the killer then murders him to keep him quiet, but isn’t …

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Film Review: I Am Alone (2015)

An unknown virus begins to spread infecting the local population almost instantly, but footage found by the CDC of one man’s survival may just help them find a cure. I remember a time, many, many years ago when I would hotly anticipate the release of a new zombie film. In the current cinematic landscape, the undead appear onscreen (big and …

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Film Review: The Laughing Mask (2014)


SYNOPSIS: A psychotic killer, known as the Laughing Mask, terrorizes a community with a series of seemingly unconnected and violent murders. As the body count rises, a local detective and the husband of the killer’s first victim work to stop the Laughing Mask, even though they don’t understand his underlying motive. REVIEW: The film opens with the Laughing Mask, an …

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Film Review: Trans-Atlantic Tunnel (1935)

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SYNOPSIS: “An engineer is hired to plan and oversee the construction of a undersea tunnel between Europe and the US. However, certain interests don’t want to see the tunnel built and use every means at their disposal, including sabotage and murder, to stop its construction.” (courtesy IMDB) REVIEW: During the early thirties, German filmmakers seemed desperate to devise effective ways …

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