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Film Review: They Don’t cut the Grass Anymore! (1985)

SYNOPSIS: It’s country folk versus city slickers when homicidal Texas lawn trimmers Billy Buck and Jacob head to the wilds of the Long Island suburbs to ply their trade. But these resourceful good ol’ boys don’t just use lawnmowers for grass; they find that people make for good mowing’, too! Soon those green, immaculate lawns are dripping red with the …

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Film Review: Dark House (2009)

SYNOPSIS: Trying to exorcise her worst memories, Claire (Meghan Ory) returns to the foster home where she witnessed a terrible massacre years ago. Capitalizing on its history, a mysterious showman (Jeffrey Combs) has turned the infamous mansion into a haunted-house attraction. Claire and her friends soon realize that a demonic force has taken over the building and they’ve been locked …

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Film Review: Resurrecting The Streetwalker (2009)

Resurrecting The Streetwalker (2009)

SYNOPSIS: An ambitious young filmmaker discovers an abandoned and incomplete horror movie from the 1980s and decides to finish it – big mistake. REVIEW: Written & Directed by: Ozgur Uyanik Starring: James Powell, Tom Shaw, Lorna Beckett, Hugh Armstrong QUICK FIX: Resurrecting The Streetwalker begins as such: Young James Parker is bound and determined (some would even say desperate) to make it …

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Film Review: The Bat (1959)

SYNOPSIS: “Mystery writer Cornelia Van Gorder has rented a country house called The Oaks which, not long ago, had been the scene of some murders committed by a strange and violent criminal known as The Bat. Meanwhile, the owner of the house, bank president John Fleming, has recently embezzled one million dollars in securities, and has hidden the proceeds in …

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Film Review: Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl (2009)

SYNOPSIS: (aka: Kyûketsu Shôjo tai Shôjo Furanken ) “[Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl] is set in a high school located at the base of Tokyo Tower. But this is not your typical straitlaced Japanese institute of learning: It’s a special school set aside for the underbelly of Japan’s teens, social misfits and all-around freaks. So why is the too-cute-for-words Monami …

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Film Review: Irreversible (2002)

SYNOPSIS: This French thriller chronicles the unspeakable horror of rape and the aftermath of revenge. When a woman is brutally violated, her angered boyfriend and ex-boyfriend team up to track down the rapist and take justice into their own hands. Albert Dupontel, Vincent Cassel and Monica Bellucci star, and Gaspar Noé (I Stand Alone) directs. Nominated for the Golden Palm …

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Film Review: Timo Rose’s Beast (2009)

SYNOPSIS: Several people, cursed to turn into monstrous feral beasts, find themselves pursued through Germany by unknown, violent forces. REVIEW: Directed by: Timo Rose Written by: Timo Rose and Mark Hyacinth Starring: Raine Brown, Joe Zaso, Joe Davison, Andreas Pape, Timo Rose When thinking of a creature called a beast, one might think big mythical creatures such as Bigfoot or …

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