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Film Review: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

SYNOPSIS: “Shipping magnate Karl Stromberg has employed two brilliant scientists to develop a submarine tracking system. Once it is finished, he assures them of multi-million-dollar payouts to their Swiss bank accounts, but not before ruthlessly murdering his young assistant by dumping her into a tank inhabited by a man-eating tiger shark. Shortly afterward, British and Soviet submarines vanish while on …

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Film Review: The Hamiltons (2006)

SYNOPSIS: Four young adult siblings try to fend for themselves after the mysterious death of their parents. But they harbor some dark secrets which include abducting and killing strangers… REVIEW: Directed by The Butcher Brothers, “The Hamiltons” at first glance reminded me a lot of “An American Family”. Remember that one kiddies? It was basically the first reality show & …

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Trailer: Cut Her Out (2016)

Darcy Baker can’t purge her mind of the animalistic abuse she suffered as a child at the hands of her mother. Darcy’s therapist Ryan discovers that her family homestead has been abandoned. He is eager to get her back there and pull the suppressed memories to the surface. Their stay becomes deadly

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Film Review: Thr33 Days Dead (2014)

SYNOPSIS: Patrick, Jeff, and Justin go to the lake to fish, and their day is ruined when zombies overtake the city. REVIEW: The fact that the term “zomcom” has become common slang in the horror community since it was coined when “Shaun of the Dead” premiered ten years ago is proof positive how much the subgenre has exploded. Though large …

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Trailer: The Meat Puppet (2012)

1. meat puppet (noun) person(s) that have no will of there own; somebody that lets others control them. 2. meat puppet Another name for a human being, especially one who doesn’t think for him/herself, has no soul and is therefore controlled by others.

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TV Review: The Incredible Hulk (1978-1982)

Before Stan Lee and Jack Kirby created The Fantastic Four and launched the Silver Age of comic book superheroes at Marvel, they created a handful of monsters with weird names like Rommbu, Fin-Fang-Foom, and Googam Son Of Goom, which appeared in Tales Of Suspense and Strange Tales magazines. The Hulk was the last of their monsters who, in turn, became …

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Film Review: Long Weekend (1978)

SYNOPSIS: “The story concerns a couple, Peter (John Hargreaves) and Marcia (Briony Behets) who, along with their dog, go for a weekend camping trip. The pair show incredible disrespect for nature, especially Peter, such as polluting, killing a Dugong, throwing lit cigarette butts in dry bush, and spraying insecticide, among other transgressions. As tensions between the couple escalate, nature is …

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Lets Dive into Summer Horror with Death Pool

Death Pool, praised for its real-world grittiness and dark undertones, the story follows Johnny Taylor (Randy Wayne) as he wrestles with a childhood trauma and becomes a serial killer in the San Fernando Valley. Fueling his killing spree is his unexpected social-media notoriety and rise to fame. In essence, he becomes a star among teenagers and 20-somethings, who cheer him …

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Now in Production, “A Serbian Documentary”

Director Stephen Biro and Jason Koch are co-directing along with Srdjan Spasojevic producing along side Unearthed Films, Contra Films and Dire Wit Films. A Serbian Documentary will take an exclusive look at “SRPSKI FILM” aka A Serbian Film and the world wide reactions of one of the most talked about, controversial films of the last decade. A Serbian Film has been …

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Who Has the Best Horror Movies, Netflix or Hulu?

There’s no doubt that Netflix and Hulu compete with one another for the best content. Both services offer an inexpensive alternative to cable television, leaving them with no shortage of customers, and a great movie selection is just another feature they have in common. But not everyone is interested in every genre of movies available. The cost might not be …

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Film Review: Exorcismo (1975)

SYNOPSIS: After a near fatal car accident a young woman exhibits signs of demonic possession. Her terrified mother calls in an exorcist in hopes of saving her daughter’s life and her soul.  REVIEW: Let me admit right up front that I’m a huge fan of filmmaker Jacinto Molina, better known by his screen name— Paul Naschy. For those unfamiliar with …

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Film Review: Blood Cult (1985)

SYNOPSIS: A sheriff in a small Oklahoma town investigates a series of brutal murders that may be the handiwork of a mysterious cult lurking in the shadows. REVIEW: Blood Cult is one of those movies that you really love or you really hate as there doesn’t seem to be much middle ground. While I saw a lot of reviews for …

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Film Review: Necromancy (1972)

SYNOPSIS: After losing her baby, Laurie and her husband Frank leave New York to start a new life in the small town of Lilith. But despite its bucolic façade, Lilith is no Mayberry. The local populous all practice witchcraft and Mr. Cato, the town’s patriarch has demonic designs on Laurie. REVIEW: I vividly remember a Variety ad from the 1980s …

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Book Review: Famous Monsters Chronicles II – Author Thomas Skulan

Famous Monsters Chronicles II by Thomas Skulan (Author), Basil Gogos (Illustrator), Gahan Wilson (Illustrator), Stephen R Bissette (Illustrator), Kazimir Iskander (Illustrator), Kaz Sanchez (Editor), John Szpunar (Editor), Philip Sawyer (Editor) A fantastically sharp looking book release just arrived at my door, chock full of monstrous collective goodness. The book titled “Famous Monsters Chronicles II” was created/authored and edited by Thomas …

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Film Review: The Initiation of Sarah (1978)

SYNOPSIS: Sarah, an orphan with telekinetic powers is accepted to a prestigious university along with her perfectly normal stepsister, Patty. The two girls attempt to join the most renowned sorority on campus, but only Patty is accepted. Sarah joins a rival sorority overseen by the eccentric Mrs. Hunter, who takes an unhealthy interest in Sarah’s psychic abilities. The two rival …

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Film Review: The Last Scout (2017)

SYNOPSIS: After the earth is destroyed by war, a scout team of astronauts searches the universe for an inhabitable place to save the human race. REVIEW: Let’s be honest here, since its arrival in 1979 everyone wants to make the next Alien. Hell, even Ridley Scott wants to make the next Alien and he can’t even do that without muddying …

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