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Film Review: The Human Centipede III (Final Sequence) (2015)


SYNOPSIS: At a heatsoaked Texas prison, warden Bill Boss and his accountant Dwight Butler are in a predicament. Rising costs and uncontrollable violence has the governor breathing down their necks for immediate improvement. Boss tries castration as a way of taming the inmates, but his first subject proves this method to be ineffective. Butler presses upon him a much more …

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Film Review: Poltergeist Activity (2015)


SYNOPSIS: A father and daughter encounter unexplainable occurrences and frightening visions in their new home. REVIEW: The of Poltergeist Activity follows David Prescott (Lee Bane) who, a year after the death of his wife, moves with his teenage daughter, Katherine (Natalie Martins), a keen photographer, to a century-old house in the Welsh countryside. Straight away, things seem a little strange …

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Film Review: Wasteland (2013)


SYNOPSIS: A virus-created apocalypse has turned nearly everyone into disease-infected zombies. The story follows Scott Miller’s battle for survival while he searches for food and water, seeks out other uninfected people, and waits for his soulmate to return. REVIEW: Wasteland is yet another zombie film out of the United Kingdom. Directed by Tom Wadlow and written by Tommy Draper, Wasteland …

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Film Review: Late Fee (2009)


SYNOPSIS: A young couple’s quest to rent the scariest movies on Halloween results in a real life horror show they may not live to regret. REVIEW: When I was nine, my father handed me a copy of “One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich” by Alexander Solzhenitsyn and said, ‘Here, read this.” Rather heady material for anyone, let alone …

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Film Review: Zardoz (1974)

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SYNOPSIS: “In the distant future, Earth is divided into two camps – the barely-civilised group and the overly-civilised one with mental powers. A plague is attacking the second group, after which its members cease to have any interest in life and become nearly catatonic. When Zed, one of the barbarians, crosses over, the tenuous balance in their world is threatened.” …

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Film Review: The Unholy (1988)


SYNOPSIS: Two priests have been brutally murdered at St. Agnes church. Now the unholy reigns, only to be challenged by the purest of mortal souls. Father Michael, believed to be spiritually blessed, is appointed to the ungodly Parish. His ultimate test is a confrontation with the demon in a battle to the death. REVIEW: “The Unholy” (1988) might quite possibly …

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Film Review: Rise of The Animals (2011)


SYNOPSIS: In a suburb of anywhere, U.S.A. local teens discover that world as gone horribly awry as all creatures great and small begin to ruthlessly attack people unprovoked. REVIEW: Directed by: Chris Wojcik Whacked-out Entertainment Starring: Greg Hoople, Stephanie Motta, Adam Schonberg, Nikki Preston Pizza delivery boy Wolf (Greg Hoople) and his pal Jake (Adam Schonberg) realize they’re going to …

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Film Review: Shocker (1989)


SYNOPSIS: When a vicious serial killer named Horace (really guys? Horace?!? Were all the good names taken?) is sentenced to die in the electric chair he instead becomes a supernatural being capable of controlling electricity and possessing the bodies of others. He uses his newfound powers to continue his killing spree and becomes obsessed with trying to kill Jonathan, the …

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Film Review: Wendigo (2001)


SYNOPSIS: A blue Volvo makes its way through the fading light this chilly winter evening in upstate New York. Kim (Patricia Clarkson), George (Jake Weber) and their 8-year-old son, Miles (Erik Per Sullivan), are city dwellers stealing a weekend away at a friend’s country farmhouse. But a fluke accident sets off a chain of events that alters their lives forever …

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Film Review: The Seduction of Dr. Fugazzi (2009)


SYNOPSIS: Dr. Anna Fugazzi has it all, she’s young, beautiful and a practicing abnormal psychologist. Something is wrong with Anna though, with the repeated headaches and strange dreams, it isn’t any wonder she’s falling apart. REVIEW: Directed by: October Kingsley Starring: October Kingsley, Faye Dunaway, Jeff Van Atta, Steve Larkin, Craig Banks. “Is there truly peace and order behind that …

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Film Review: Extreme Jukebox (2013)


SYNOPSIS: Welcome to Nova Springs, a rock and roll metropolis chock-full of rising stars. Here you’ll meet Jessie Cake, a charismatic glam metal frontman and his groupie girlfriend, Chloe. After unearthing a mysterious LP in the abandoned estate of legendary 80s superstar David Crystal, these young lovers unleash a bloodthirsty spirit…the infamous “Killer of the Woods.” Even worse is the …

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Film Review: The Last Winter (2006)


SYNOPSIS: When strange things start happening at an Arctic oil-drilling outpost, workers fear their cabin is haunted by ancient spirits, and the unexplained events spark a feud between an oil company representative (Ron Perlman) and an eco-activist (James LeGros). Larry Fessenden‘s supernatural thriller adds a terrifying new layer to global warming and the perils of oil production. Connie Britton, Kevin …

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