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Trailer: Cold Sweat (2011) Official

Trailer: Cold Sweat (2011) Official A young man searching for his missing girlfriend. A loyal friend willing to do anything to uncover the truth. An investigation that culminates in an old house. Inside two brutal murderers expect them, armed with twenty-five boxes of explosives stolen from the last military dictatorship in Argentina.

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Trailer: Exit 33 (2011)

Trailer: Exit 33 (2011) 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 …

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Film Review: Begotten (1990)

SYNOPSIS: God disembowels himself with a straight razor. The spirit-like Mother Earth emerges, venturing into a bleak, barren landscape. Twitching and cowering, the Son Of Earth is set upon by faceless cannibals. REVIEW:  Begotten is hard to consume on many levels. Though in that consumption is also a smattering of brilliance. The film uses a technique that disperses of grayscale …

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Film Review: Silence, Ca Tue! (2008)

SYNOPSIS: A young director disgusted by the financing system of the movie industry decides to shoot a feature movie made from live scenes without any financial support in order to denounce the difficulties to achieve a cinematographic project in Belgium. The rivalries between the cast members, the excesses and the frustrations will slowly lead him to a surrealistic disaster. REVIEW: …

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Film Review: The Occupant (2011)

SYNOPSIS: After the death of his grandmother, New Yorker Danny Hill (Van Hansis) is set to inherit her large rent controlled Manhattan apartment. Taking the advice from his lawyer (Steve Routman) and the creepy, but helpful, door man, Joe (Thorsten Kaye), he must lock himself away in the apartment for 12 days in order to occupy the property in his …

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Trailer: Dead Clowns (2004)

Trailer: Dead Clowns (2004) Dead Clowns revolves around ordinary people in a small town in Florida. A hurricane has just slammed into the area, causing torrential downpours, whilst also awakening the clowns that died in the bay of the town. These clowns have only revenge on their mind since everyone had tried to erase their memories of the horrific accident. …

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Film Review: Missing (aka Sil Jong) (2009)

SYNOPSIS: Hyeon-jeong’s sister is missing and she fears for the worst. Via her sister’s cellphone, Hyeon-jeong learns that her sister stayed in a countryside vaillage. She goes to the village to find her sister and stops at the local police station for help. Because of the little evidence she has, the police refuse to offer help. Hyeong-jeong then finds a …

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Film Review: The Absence of Light (2007)

SYNOPSIS: When a scientist’s ingenious discovery becomes the object of desire for two shadowy organizations hell-bent on destruction, the future of mankind hangs in the balance. Now, it’s up to two burned-out assassins, Puritan (Richard Conant) and Sultan (Eric Thornsberry), to protect the scientist and keep his project from falling into the wrong hands. REVIEW: Directed By: Patrick Desmond Written …

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Vamps: Amy Lynn Best

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BIO: Amy Lynn Best is a trained dancer and actress who started in the business by co-producing the independent feature horror film, The Resurrection Game, and co-stars as the pop psychologist turned zombie exterminator, Sister Mary Bliss. Like many independent film producers, Amy learned the film business from the ground up. On the short haunted house film Tenants, for instance, Amy …

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Film Review: A Cold Day in Hell (2011)

SYNOPSIS: Sweetwater is just a small rural town in America’s old west which is currently being threatened by a local tycoon by the name of Scarsdale. Scarsdale is attempting to build up his own town and in the process of doing so decides that he needs access to a railroad so that his soon to be great town can flourish. …

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Film Review: Mirrors 2 (2010)

SYNOPSIS:  When Max, who is recovering from a traumatic accident, takes a job as a nighttime security guard, he begins to see visions of a young mysterious woman in the store’s mirror.  REVIEW:   In recent reviews of the new thriller Mirrors 2, it seems the conceptual views of haunted mirrors and self mutilation were split down the middle. The idea …

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Film Review: The 13th Floor (1988)

SYNOPSIS: As a young child Heather saw her own father kill a boy that was her age, the image of his death has haunted her for life. Now as a young adult Heather still runs from that image in her mind as well as her father who is searching for her, well he isn’t really searching for her…he hired a …

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Film Review: Amateur P*rn Star Killer (2006)

SYNOPSIS: The term “snuff film” first originated in the early 1970’s. Also known as “white heat” and “the real thing.” In 1975, the FBI investigated rumors of snuff in America. For the past 30 years, thousands of people have claimed that they’ve seen an actual snuff film. To this day it remains an “urban legend.” This film follows a Ted …

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