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Film Review: Black Water (2007)

SYNOPSIS: A terrifying tale of survival in the mangrove swamps of Northern Australia REVIEW: Ever since Wolf Creek was released in 2005, the Australian outback has gained a sinister element to it which is incomparable to most horror movies set in urban areas – and Black Water has undeniably followed in its footsteps on this front. Just imagine a tranquil …

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Film Review: Regoregitated Sacrifice (2008)

SYNOPSIS: A girl with disturbing hallucinations continues her downward spiral into hell. Not for the faint of heart. REVIEW: Written by: Lucifer Valentine Directed by: Lucifer Valentine Starring: Ameara Lavey, The Black Angels of Hell, Isabelle Styles, Honey, Amy Lee, J.J., Belle, Cinderella Valentine and Hank Skinny Hell-o, vomit mongers and Kurt Co-BANG! Fans. Here, we have the second installment …

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Film Review: The Tingler (1959)

SYNOPSIS: “The coroner and scientist Doctor Warren Chapin is researching the shivering effect of fear with his assistant David Morris. Doctor Warren is introduced to Ollie Higgins, the relative of a criminal sentenced to the electric chair, while making the autopsy of the corpse, and he makes a comment about the tingler-effect to him. Ollie asks for a lift to …

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Film Review: Devil’s Pass (2013)

SYNOPSIS: A group of student filmmakers from the U.S. set off to Russia to unravel the mystery of several missing mountain climbers over fifty years prior. REVIEW: Directed By: Renny Harlin Starring: Gemma Atkinson, Matt Stokoe, Richard Reid, Holly Goss, Luke Albright Upon the opening credits Dyatlov Pass possesses all of the crucial components of a spine tingling chiller. The …

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Film Review: Uzumaki (2000)

SYNOPSIS: In a small town in Japan, Kirie comes upon her boyfriend’s father silently videotaping a snail. He seems unaware of her presence and she thinks no more of it. Later, the mans obsession with spirals becomes more and more bizarre, ending in his suicide in a washing machine which turn his body into a spiral. Soon other inhabitants become …

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Film Review: Aliens, Abductions & Extraordinary Sightings (6 DVD set)

SYNOPSIS: DISCOVER THE SHOCKING AND BIZARRE TRUTH! OVER 12 HOURS OF MYSTIFYING DOCUMENTARIES! THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE The most amazing encounters of alien abductions, UFO visitations and government cover-ups are explored in this out-of-this-world documentary collection! With dozens of interviews with renowned researchers and experts from across the globe, discover the secrets of all ages and enter a domain …

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Film Review: My Little Demon (2012)

SYNOPSIS: A young woman’s psychologist turns out to be the Devil and makes the woman an offer she can’t refuse. Murder an innocent person and her long deceased daughter will be returned to her, from Hell. REVIEW: Lucifer.  Beelzebub.  Old Scratch.  Regardless of the moniker uttered, everyone knows the Devil.  The original bad guy, Satan not only spans ages of …

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Film Review: Exit 33 (2010)

SYNOPSIS: A few miles off EXIT 33, lies IKE’S LAST CHANCE GAS. A secluded sleepy hideaway where Ike prepares a special jerky for customers, and a terrifying secret. Ike and his son are controlled by a mysterious ghost, whose bidding lead Ike to abduct and torture beautiful women travelers. But, there is more to this story than meets the eye… …

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Film Review: The Intruders (2015)

SYNOPSIS: After the traumatic loss of her mother, a teenaged girl tries to uncover the dark secrets behind her new home, in spite of her father’s disbelief. REVIEW: Like so many tween stars before her, Miranda Cosgrove (iCarly) has decided to shelve her sugar coated, bubblegum image by taking on more mature roles reflective of her age and status. Unfortunately, …

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Film Review: SickGirl (2007)

SYNOPSIS: Young Izzy (Leslie Andrews) is a girl with issues. Her parents may be dead. Her older brother is fighting in Iraq and she’s raising her younger brother, Kevin, all by herself. Things are tough but, with the help of her motorcycle-riding friend Barney, she deals with her situation the best she can. Unfortunately, Izzy isn’t exactly stable… and her …

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Film Review: Bloody Moon (1981)

SYNOPSIS: Women at a prestigious boarding school are stalked and murdered one-by-one by a mysterious masked killer. Is Miguel, a disfigured (and mentally disturbed) young man that killed someone in the past responsible for the brutal deaths or is someone else behind them? REVIEW: I’ve seen a ton of Jess Franco’s films and while some people may not care for …

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