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October 18th, 2014
Interviewed by: Janel Spiegel
October 16th, 2014
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October 23rd, 2014
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Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
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When a rash of possessions spring up across the globe, the Vatican sends a specialized team into the heart of the epidemic to determine the cause. Father Jan and scientist Daryl Lux follow their investigation to a mysterious remote lake where the possessed are being drawn. The two fear there is something in the water that is far more dangerous than anything mankind has ever encountered.
On the surface, … Continue reading
Its the story about nine pro soldiers of an special anti-guerrilla “comando” unit, sent to an abandoned base located over a 14.000 ft. mountain in the colombian andes. which has lost contact few days ago,supposedly beacause they were under guerrilla attack. at the time the “comandos” arrive, they found only one survivor.
Horror aficionados have known for some time that Asian cinema has been a bastion of quality in the Hollywood quagmire … Continue reading
Seven girls must spend the night in an old house, which once was a brothel, as part of an initiation.
While odd and choppy overall, Blood Sisters delivers well in the arena of campy acting. I have to make a confession, though, early on: around midway through this movie, I did begin fantasizing about a realm, where the word âExploitation filmâ doesn’t really mean âMovie That Really Sucks!âÂ Considering this, I … Continue reading
Female aliens take control of Earth’s monsters and begin using them to destroy the human race
Come speculate, cachinnate and appreciate a 1968 Japanese sci-fi/horror Kaiju film (meaning; âstrange creaturesâ and usually a film depicting monsters attacking cities). Watch as female aliens take control of earth monsters and humans and begin using them to destroy the human race. Directed by Ishiro Honda and written by Ishiro Honda and Takesh kimura.
This film … Continue reading
Witness one of the most bizarre & confounding flicks ever made in EVIL DEAD INBRED REDNECKS! In a small cabin on the edge of a park, a group of friends gather for fun. But when they come across a mysterious book, and of course despite all warnings read aloud from it, they unwittingly unleash a ghostly evil. The book resurrects whacked out redneck Leo DeChamp, a serial killer who used to strangle … Continue reading
An executive of a movie studio is wrongfully tried for murder and sentenced to death by the electric chair. Before he is executed, the prison staff denies him his last meal. Decades later, a movie crew works on a horror film inside the same prison. The studio exec returns from the dead to exact revenge, killing off the film crew and eating them.
Here’s one for you, if you like DIY … Continue reading
A large group of people gather, ready to perform auditions for a new, different kind of show. Itâs an online reality show, but none of the prospective performers know much about it. Unfortunate for them, they might get killed on it. Assuming they donât, they could win one million dollars.
Wow, what a bunch of attractive people about to meet their demises. And in a way totally unlike THE RUNNING MAN and … Continue reading
An abused autistic boy is the sole witness to the kidnapping of a teenage heiress.
I canât decide which is more depressing, the fact that I have only just now seen The Candy Snatchers for the very first time, or that this is the only directorial effort by Guerdon Trueblood (aside from an episode of Barnaby Jones — he was primarily a writer, mostly tv shows and movies, but also a little … Continue reading
When down and out guitar player Jack (Richard Gabai) is dumped by his girlfriend, it seems that life couldnât get any worse. Sifting through some mail he discovers heâs the beneficiary of an estate from a relative heâd never known. Packing up to the Pacific Northwest he accepts the island and estate thatâs been left to him under the condition that he can manage a fully functional equestrian camp for children. A large, … Continue reading
A group of supposed teens decide to spend the weekend in an abandoned hospital for some paint ball, booze, and of course sex.Â What they donât realize is that a homicidal killer calls this hospital home and heâs not happy that they have intruded.
Director David Worth, who brought us Bloodsport (1988) and Kickboxer (1989) now us this run of the mill slasher movie.
We start the movie showing the torture … Continue reading
Germany 1939. The farmer Jonathan Friedberg with the Nazis tried to make a pact to see his family again deported. 75 years later. Jennifer is a young psychology student, and is in a wheelchair because she had an accident years ago. She is working on a study for the university and asked about this in a village at random people on the street. She encounters a strange story, which concerns an old, abandoned … Continue reading
A family are involved in an accident and take refuge in a secluded inn, where they free a girl locked in a basement without knowing she’s an ancient evil.
To say his past films aren’t exactly classics would be an understatement when referring to the works of Victor Garcia. The man has delivered RETURN TO HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL, MIRRORS 2, and the abysmal HELLRAISER: … Continue reading
After playing a pagan ritual on a dare, a group of high school students find themselves trapped in an endless cycle of their worst fears.
Over the past couple of years, Raven Banner Entertainment has been delivering the sort of films genre fans have been clamoring for. Their slate seems to be full with even more great titles but the recently released THE MIDNIGHT GAME is … Continue reading
An elite security team assigned the task of protecting the last known woman who can become pregnant, find themselves caught in an endless claustrophobic underground tunnel system. The team soon learns – the real horror is not the unstoppable force chasing them, but the ever growing smaller tunnel itself.
Who wants to watch a movie where a scantily clad woman crawls around in a … Continue reading
A newlywed couple encounter the remains of an ancient curse, only to reawaken its dark legacy.
“An American military base in Canada is developing a missile control system based on nuclear energy and is facing problems with the people from the nearby town. When four locals including the Mayor are killed, Major Jeff Cummings (Marshall Thompson) is put in charge of the investigation. When the coroner examines the one of the corpses, he finds that the brain and spinal chord were sucked out and Major Cummings defines the … Continue reading
Karen’s nightmares pick up exactly where they left off every single night and it’s affecting her new marriage to Sam. She wants to finally get control her dreams – but she’s not the one creating them.
Overall, the general themes explored by Lucid are interesting and unusual; however, Iâm not sure if it was executed as well as it could have been. The build up was really powerful and I was … Continue reading
This is another great little film by the talented young director, Joseph CattĂ©. I had the honour of reviewing another one of his (âLike A Dollâ) earlier on this year and his follow up certainly does not disappoint. He uses the same light-hearted approach to make Wasted Night, in which he manages to get the balance of being quirky and sinister just right â something which isnât easy to achieve. … Continue reading
A young couple is excited once they find out that they are having their first baby. Too bad the baby is pure evil.
The Devil Incarnate is a strange little movie and Iâm not sure if the people behind it knew exactly what they wanted to do with it. Itâs a half-assed found footage film at times (and sometimes it isnât) that desperately wants to be as good as Rosemaryâs Baby … Continue reading