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Film Review: Pazucus Island of Vomit and Despair (2017)

SYNOPSIS: New feature film by Gurcius Gewdner REVIEW: If you’re looking for criminally underrated horror movies from countries outside of North America, I highly recommend checking out the films of Brazil. Jose Mojica Marins is probably one of the most widely known directors from way down south, thanks to his Coffin Joe trilogy – At Midnight I’ll Take Your Soul, …

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Film Review: Killer App (2017)

SYNOPSIS: A young hacker creates an “antisocial” networking app that matches enemies instead of friends. When her enemies start turning up dead, she must uncover who or what is behind it before it’s too late REVIEW: Technology has long been used as something to fear in horror tales. As it has become a more important aspect of everyday life, its …

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Film Review: Mama (2013)

SYNOPSIS: Annabel and Lucas are faced with the challenge of raising his young nieces that were left alone in the forest for 5 years…. but how did they survive all alone in the wilderness? And were they really alone? REVIEW: January & February are the months during which Hollywood dumps the films that have either been laying around for a …

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Film Review: Wasteland (2011)

SYNOPSIS: When a group of religious zealots destroy everything that he loves and leaves him for dead, a man embarks on a journey of revenge that will take him through all the post-apocalyptic dangers that is WASTELAND. REVIEW: Best line: “Don’t you look like a little snickerdoodle, and maaaan do I love snickerdoodles.” Best line runner up: “Seems like we …

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Film Review: Black Torment (1964)

SYNOPSIS: Upon returning home to his village Sir Richard Fordyke and his young wife Elizabeth learn many troubling things. You see a murderer is haunting the streets of the village, a murderer who does vile things to his female victims. Everyone seems shocked to find out that Richard doesn’t know anything about it, especially since the murderer looks and sounds …

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