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Film Review: Chronicle (2012)

SYNOPSIS: Three high school friends gain superpowers after making an incredible discovery. Soon, though, they find their lives spinning out of control and their bond tested as they embrace their darker sides. REVIEW: Found footage style cam has gotten inventive. “Chronicle” is the latest in this style that while using the trademark “carry-a-camera-around” look and feel is actually a bigger …

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Film Review: Species (1995)

SYNOPSIS: A message from outer space contains instructions on how to modify human DNA. REVIEW: “Species” is a hard film to be ambivalent about for many people. It’s been my experience that whenever I mention Species in some circles that I usually get a “Oh God that movie sucked.” or I get “Damn, that movie was so awesome! That Sil …

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Music Video: Mötley Crüe – (Smokin In The Boys Room)

Mötley Crüe – Smokin In The Boys Room (1985) Music video by Motley Crue performing Smokin In The Boys Room. (P) 1985 The copyright in this audiovisual recording is owned by Masters 2000 Inc Mötley Crüe performs in the music video “Smokin’ in the Boys Room” from the album “Theatre of Pain” recorded for Elektra Records. A young man is …

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Film Review: Humans Versus Zombies (2011)

SYNOPSIS: Based on the “Live Action Role-Playing” game of the same name. Students on summer break are exposed to a deadly virus that is spread rapidly through direct human contact. The infected become enslaved by the invading “swarm” intelligence and driven by an insatiable appetite to consume human flesh. Returning home, the students spread the infection to their fellow classmates …

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Film Review: Devil Times Five (1974)

SYNOPSIS: 1970s pop star Leif Garrett and his little sister Dawn Lyn star in this creepy horror tale about five kids who escape from a mental asylum and wind up murdering guests at a winter resort. The rich vacationers invite the wayward kids to stay with them, unaware that their new house guests are more interested in slaughter than sledding. …

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Film Review: The Rezort (2015)

SYNOPSIS: The ReZort, a post apocalyptic safari, offers paying guests the opportunity to kill zombies in the wake of an outbreak REVIEW: The Rezort—the 2015 British zombie movie directed by Steve Barker—cannot decide which is worse:  heartless corporate greed and opportunism or liberal crusading and do-gooder-ism. So, both are ultimately depicted with equal derision and disdain. And, more importantly for …

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Film Review: Blood Oath (2007)

SYNOPSIS: A group of friends on a weekend camping trip decide to investigate a local urban legend. The trip will change their lives as they are forced into a fight for survival against a horrific monster. REVIEW: When I was a bit younger, I spent hours upon hours watching anything and everything that Troma released. If I could find it, …

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Film Review: Doll Boy (2010)

SYNOPSIS: When a brutal daylight massacre leaves them bound and gagged in a remote, abandoned warehouse, eight young West Texans soon realize their minutes are numbered. REVIEW: Doll Boy is a title that says it like it is. Director Billy “Bloody Bill” Pon is an obvious fan of 70’s films such as “Texas Chainsaw”, “Halloween” and “Black Christmas” in which …

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Film Review: I-Lived (2015)

SYNOPSIS: After using an App called i-Lived a young man’s miserable life starts to turn around and he gets everything he ever dreamed of as a result. Once he stops using it though, his life gets even worse and he realizes that the good folks behind the App are willing to make things wonderful for him again…for a price.

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Film Review: Battle Of Los Angeles (2011)

SYNOPSIS: Nearly 70 years after the US military engaged an mysterious flying craft in the nighttime sky over Los Angeles, the vengeful interplanetary visitors return to settle the score in this sci-fi action adventure starring Kel Mitchell and Nia Peeples. When the invaders attempt to cripple the military by destroying our communications technology, disgraced Air Force Reserve Captain Tyler Laughlin …

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Film Review: Train (2008)

SYNOPSIS: The film begins with of American athletes competing in Eastern Europe who are supposed to get on a train to continue the competition. And our group of people miss the train ’cause they went partying the night before. They get on a different train to catch up with their teammates and horror ensues. I researched real crimes that happen …

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Interview: Jon Morvay (Lobster Girl, Bible Black)

Bible Black is is horrifically grim and realistic, and left me feeling appreciative of life after reading them.  Is there any truth to them, or are they all purely fictional? Unfortunately for Human-Kind they are all true!  I am glad you embraced your life even if it was just for a fleeting second after reading them.  I don’t want to …

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Film Review: Crocodile (1979)

SYNOPSIS: A gigantic mutant crocodile appears off the coast of Thailand slaughtering everything in its path. All hope seems lost until a pair of renegade doctors team up with a local fisherman to destroy the beast. REVIEW: Today’s film buffs associate Thailand with chilling films like Shutter (2004) Alone (2007) or smack-tastic classics like Ong Bak (2003) and Chocolate (2008). …

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Film Review: The Gracefield Incident (2017)

SYNOPSIS: In Gracefield, Québec, three couples looking to spend a long weekend in a luxurious cabin receive an uninvited guest after a meteorite lands nearby. REVIEW: Director: Mathieu Ratthe Writer: Mathieu Ratthe Starring: Mathieu Ratthe, Kimberly Laferriere, Victor Andres Turgeon-Trelles, Laurence Dauphinais, Alex C. Nachi, Juliette Gosselin The Gracefield Incident is a found footage alien flick from writer and freshman …

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Film Review: Pronoia (short film) (2017)

SYNOPSIS: 3 choices. 2 sides. 1 truth. REVIEW: More short films, kiddies! Today we have PRONOIA, written and directed by Nick Efteriades. Our story focuses on two characters meeting in a hotel lobby. It doesn’t seem like they know each other, yet they do seem to be here for the same reason. As their conversation moves to the hotel bar, …

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