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Book Review: City of Dust – Issue 5

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CITY OF DUST: A PHILIP KHROME STORY #5 (COMIC)
Written by Steve Niles
Art by ZID, GARRIE GASTONNY and BRANDON CHNG
Published by Radical Publishing
Publication Date: 2009
Format: Color – 28 pages
Price: $2.99

City of Dust #5 is a logical rap up to a clever series by horror comic guru Steve Niles. If you didn’t read the last review City of Dust focuses on … Continue reading

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Trailer: Lady M

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Trailer: Lady M

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Film Review: I Know How Many Runs You Scored Last Summer (2009)

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SYNOPSIS:

The bullying of a young cricket player goes too far. Now 20 years later that young boy has grown up, and he is about to get revenge on the men who sent him to a hospital.

REVIEW:

Directed by: Doug Turner and Stacey Edmonds
Starring: Jai Koutrae, Stacey Edmonds, Az Jackson, David Gambin

“Mass murder, it’s just not cricket.”

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Trailer: Nanagami (2011)

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Trailer: Nanagami (2011)

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Film Review: Night of the Living Dorks (2004)

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Philip (Tino Mewes), Konrad (Thomas Schmieder) and Weener (Manuel Cortez) — the three biggest dorks at Frederich Nietzsche High School — get a second stab at coolness when they’re killed in an auto accident and reanimated as flesh-eating zombies. Thanks to their rapidly decomposing bodies, there’s no need for eating or sleeping, which leaves plenty of time for partying, girl-chasing — and getting even with their enemies.

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Interview: Director Scott Glosserman (Behind The Mask: The Rise Of Leslie Vernon)

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For years film studios have occasionally released films to a small number of theaters for a week or two in preparation for their DTV release. There are many reasons why this (still) occurs, the studio doesn’t have any faith in the film & wants to make a quick buck & possibly even get a good review or two for the DVD cover. Or the studio realizes it has a total bomb on … Continue reading

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List of Zombie Horror Movies

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[REC] (2011)
[REC]² (2009)
28 Days Later (2006)
28 Weeks Later (2007)
A.D.(2010)
ADA: Zombilerin Dügünü (2010)
Aaah! Zombies!! (2010)
Against the Dark (2009)
Alice Jacobs is Dead (2009)
All You Need Is Brains (2009)
American Zombie (2007)
Astro Zombies (1969)
Astro Zombies M3: Cloned (2010)
Atomic Brain Invasion (2010)
Atom the Amazing Zombie Killer (2010)
Autumn (2009)
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Film Review: The Loved Ones (2009)

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 Brent is already a screwed up kid, he accidently killed his own father in a car crash and he’s a teenager which anyone can tell you is never an easy time. Brent’s problems are about to get a lot worse however with the threat of a school dance looming ever so closer. Brent’s problem however, like most teenage boys, isn’t trying to find a date for the … Continue reading

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Film Review: Open Graves (2009)

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In Spain, the American surfer Jason, his best friend and photographer Tomas Escaño and his girlfriend Lisa go shopping in a fair and while the couple is negotiating with a street vendor, Jason visits a dreadful store. Jason has a friction with the handicapped owner Malek and the man in a wheelchair offers an ancient board game called Mamba from the Spanish Inquisition period for free to excuse his behavior. … Continue reading

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Film Review: Opera (1987)

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When the leading diva of Verdi’s “Macbeth” is run over by a car, her understudy, Betty (Cristina Marsillach), takes over the role. Things go from bad to worse when the madman begins to kill other members of the cast — and forces Betty to watch. The finale in this exercise in baroque horror from the mind of frightmeister Dario Argento stems from an incident in Betty’s childhood that links her … Continue reading

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Film Review: Pandemic (2009)

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A slow-paced, action thriller about a virus that strikes a New Mexico county and the local veterinarian who gets caught in the middle. With a very quick response time to the infected county after a call was made to the Center Of Disease Control, the presence of the U.S. military has the locals thinking conspiracy theory. The vet must pair up with an eccentric rancher who has ideas of his … Continue reading

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Film Review: Blitzkrieg Escape from Stalag 69 (2008)

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As pressure mounts to pull the plug on infamous Nazi death camp Stalag 69, a group of female captives, desperate prisoners of war and a distaff Russian soldier team up to outmaneuver their brutal jailers and escape to freedom. In classic grind-house fashion, director Keith J. Crocker’s disturbingly raw exploitation film includes perverse punishments, torture, depraved characters and sexy vixens. Charles Esser plays the sadistic camp commandant.

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Film Review: Orphan (2009)

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A husband and wife who recently lost their baby adopt a 9-year-old girl who is not nearly as innocent as she claims to be.

REVIEW:

First let me say Orphan is a well done film. Though I still wondered why and how it made it to the theater circuit as a feature film. We are not really being introduced to anything new and much can be being easily described … Continue reading

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Film Review: Pandorum (2009)

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Two crew members are stranded on a spacecraft and quickly – and horrifically – realize they are not alone. Two astronauts awaken in a hyper-sleep chamber aboard a seemingly abandoned spacecraft. It’s pitch black, they are disoriented, and the only sound is a low rumble and creak from the belly of the ship. They can’t remember anything: Who are they? What is their mission? With Lt. Payton staying behind to … Continue reading

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Film Review: Nightmares Come at Night (1970)

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Diana Lorys, Collette Jack and Soledad Miranda star in this sexy thriller about two alluring dancers, Cincia and Anne, who embark on an erotically charged partnership. But when Anne starts to have nightmares that feature her as a murderous killer, she begins to lose her grip on reality. Or is reality merely rearing its ugly head in her dreams? She’s determined find out what’s causing this turmoil before something deadly … Continue reading

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Film Review: Christian Blake (2008)

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A young journalist’s trip to an asylum for the mentally insane yields strange fruit when she speaks with Christian (writer-director Eoin Macken), a darkly disturbed patient who reveals his mysterious past in a shockingly candid interview. Through flashbacks, a twisted story begins to take shape, involving friendship, jealousy and betrayal of the cruelest kind. And the ending? It’s anything but happy.

REVIEW:

I sat down to watch “Christian Blake” no … Continue reading

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