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Film Review: Apparition (2014)

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SYNOPSIS: Apparition is a supernatural thriller exploring the themes of love, death, and the fragility of the mind. When Doug’s fiancee, Lori, is killed in a car accident, he retreats to their isolated farmhouse to deal with his loss. Left to grieve amid years of memories, Doug realizes he has not returned alone. As he learns the tragic history of …

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Film Review: Infected (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: A blood virus infects a small group of hunters turning a father & son trip into a fight for survival. REVIEW: Where to begin? Zombie films. There are always going to be zombie films, or films where a viral outbreak or chemical explosion turns humans into rabid beasts. Many recent ones have gone for the comedy horror option such …

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Film Review: Reptilicus (1961)

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SYNOPSIS: After copper miners discover part of the frozen tail of a prehistoric monster in Lapland, scientists inadvertently bring it back to life. REVIEW: The film begins with a group of engineers prospecting for copper in Lapland. There, as they are drilling, they happen upon the frozen remains of an as yet undiscovered prehistoric ‘dinosaur’. (I use the term loosely.) …

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Film Review: Tentacles (1977)

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SYNOPSIS: A mutated giant octopus wreaks havoc on a California seaside community. REVIEW: A nightmare begins for the small, coastal town of Ocean Beach when a baby disappears and a sailor washes up, stripped of his flesh. Something is lurking in those murky waters and it appears to have something to do with the digging of a deep sea tunnel. …

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Film Review: Snuff A Documentary About Killing on Camera (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: Feature film examining the existence of films in which people are murdered on camera and the culture surrounding them. Through interviews with former FBI Profilers, Cultural Academics, and Film Historians the documentary delves into the disturbing history and myth of Snuff Films. The FBI claims there is no evidence to prove the existence of Snuff and, therefore, Snuff Films …

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Film Review: Creature (1998)

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SYNOPSIS: An amphibious shark-like monster terrorizes an abandoned secret military base and the people who live on the island it is located on. A marine biologist, as well as several other people, try to stop it before it is too late… REVIEW: Got a fun one for you today, kids! CREATURE is a 1998 tv mini-series (originally aired in four …

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Film Review: Angels of Darkness (2014)

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SYNOPSIS: Depicts the intense and fractured relationship between a lonely teenager and a beautiful stranger. REVIEW: Stephen Rea is such a brilliant actor. Sadly, over the last several years he has found himself taking part in films that aren’t exactly worthy of his talent (ASYLUM was complete garbage). Thankfully, ANGELS OF DARKNESS is far more deserving. It also happens to …

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Film Review: Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (2004)

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SYNOPSIS: “This is the story of Joel, who discovers that his long-time girlfriend, Clementine, has undergone a psychiatrist’s experimental procedure in which all of her memory of Joel is removed, after the couple has tried for years to get their relationship working fluidly. Frustrated by the idea of still being in love with a woman who doesn’t remember their time …

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