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Film Review: Prevenge (2016)

SYNOPSIS: Widow Ruth is seven months pregnant when, believing herself to be guided by her unborn baby, she embarks on a homicidal rampage, dispatching anyone who stands in her way. REVIEW: Director: Alice Lowe Writer: Alice Lowe Starring: Alice Lowe, Jo Hartley, Tom Davis, Kayvan Novak, Gemma Whelan Prevenge is, by the title alone, a worthy impulse watch. A pregnant …

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Film Review: Crowbar (2010)

SYNOPSIS: When a young couple moves into a new house in a new town, something just doesn’t seem right. On their first night, a terrible tragedy strikes these newcomers. The town itself seems to be consuming these strangers. As they search for answers, all they discover are more questions. Will they find the answers in time, or has their fate …

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Film Review: Necromaniac – Schizophreniac 2 (2003)

SYNOPSIS: “Necromaniac” is the audacious second installment of the Harry Russo Story. Continuing where “Schizophreniac” left off, Harry takes you on a rusty rollercoaster ride through dank sewers of an insane man’s hell. Expect everything and be ready for anything. Harry Russo is back, and he and his pal Rubberneck will mutilate, screw, chop, snort and defecate on anything that …

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Film Review: The Haunting of Whaley House (2012)

SYNOPSIS: Just because you don’t believe in ghosts, doesn’t mean they don’t believe in you! REVIEW: Based on true events is always a tag line I heed with caution. The film is a new production under the Asylum group which also is a factor worth heeding that same caution. To be honest, I was expecting another hand held film like …

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Film Review: 42nd Street Forever: The Blu-ray Edition (2012)

SYNOPSIS: Synapse Films’ best-selling 42nd Street Forever series has been a favorite of grindhouse and exploitation fans around the world. This colossal best of collection combines a selection of vintage theatrical trailers from the first two volumes of the series and mixes them up with some all-new selections! Remastered in true 1080p high definition, this mind-numbing dose of classic original …

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Film Review: While She was Out (2008)

  SYNOPSIS: What starts out as a Christmas Eve trip to the mall ends up as an exercise in terror for suburban mom Della Myers (Kim Basinger) when she finds herself stranded in a forest and pursued by a quartet of thugs — all because she’s left an angry note on their car. The baddies (including Lukas Haas) chase her …

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Film Review: Bat Outta Hell (2013)

SYNOPSIS: A young group of avid documentary film makers are sent to shoot in the vast extremes of the South Australian wilderness. They end up in a place called Nowhere Else. What transpires there is devastatingly, like nothing else on Earth. REVIEW: “Bat Outta Hell”, this film is fun, I first need to throw out a disclaimer I’ve have a …

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Film Review: Red-Handed (short film) (2011)

SYNOPSIS: Two brothers find themselves trapped by a creature of darkness in an upscale mansion after a failed attempt at stealing a valuable artifact. REVIEW: It seems to be the season for horror shorts, as they come rolling in, in droves. This particular short is titled “Red Handed” and features a few talents from the “Horror Movies Suck ” production. …

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Film Review: The Melancholy Fantastic (2016)

SYNOPSIS: A tale of sadness , grief, and the despair of loneliness REVIEW: A slow burner horror film can be one of the greatest in the genre. A sense of dread and anticipation helps create the suspense that leads to the final moments of a horror film allowing a wonderful climax of chaos and terror. Classics such as Rosemary’s Baby …

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Film Review: Prank (2013)

SYNOPSIS: In the Summer before their senior year, three teens tried to execute the perfect prank on their bully. Instead, they executed him. REVIEW: It is becoming increasingly difficult to be a supporter of found footage films, or at least films that use first person filming as their primary trope. There are still some good examples being produced but ultimately …

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Film Review: Dragonwolf (2013)

SYNOPSIS: The Devil’s Cauldron, a city where depravity and violence has forged a society in which only the lethal and callous can survive, two young men who possess the intellect and ferocity to flourish, carve a name for themselves as the most efficient and unstoppable hit men. Side by side, these two brothers are the deadliest killers, feared by even …

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