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Film Review: Absolutio – Erlosung im Blut (2013)

SYNOPSIS: his mother’s death busy devout Isaiah very much. When he is haunted by nightmares still, he is determined that God has given him an order. He should move sinners to reverse, by any means REVIEW: When the main character of Philip Lilienschwarz’s (writer of Marcel Walz’s Blood Feast remake) 2013 directorial debut, Absolutio – Erlosung im Blut, aka Absolution: …

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Film Review: Farts of Darkness (2013)

SYNOPSIS: Farts of Darkness, the behind the scenes documentary made during the filming of Troma’s “Terror Firmer” (1998) REVIEW: For those entering into the world of schlock independent cinema blind, there is a name you should remember and will be encountering often, Troma Entertainment. Troma is one of the longest surviving independent distributors and studio, with a reputation for filming …

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Film Review: Good Wife (short film from The Profane Exhibit) (2013)

REVIEW: Remember how excited we all were when we first heard about The Profane Exhibit? In case you haven’t heard of it, or maybe can’t remember anymore, it was an extreme horror anthology film announced back in 2011 that, by all accounts, was going to blow everyone’s mind. The collection of filmmakers brought together was the stuff of legends: Ruggero …

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Film Review: Vengeance Bloody Vengeance (short film) (2013)

SYNOPSIS: If you can’t beat them, become them. REVIEW: More short films, kiddies! Today we have VENGEANCE BLOODY VENGEANCE, a perfectly low-budget short from the USA written, directed, and starring Adam Michaels and Chaz Dray. So this lo-fi masterpiece was both written and filmed in one night in Chicago with a total budget of 35.00 dollars. You read that right …

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Film Review: Junk Bonds The Return of Junkbucket (2013)

SYNOPSIS: A sequel to the underground hit, Junkbucket, Junk Bonds picks up a year later as Junkbucket has found himself a family of phallic cannibals to join him in his quest to castrate most of Western Washington. REVIEW: Every filmmaker has inspirations.  They watched movies that shaped them into the creative person that they are.  Many filmmakers pay tribute to …

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Film Review: The Thingy: Confessions of a Teenage Placenta (2013)

SYNOPSIS: It’s the placenta coming of age story the world’s been waiting for. As Luke the Placenta enters his teenage years, he tries desperately to connect with those around him, only to be met with indifference, confusion, and cruelty. And the sweet taste of oral fixation. REVIEW: Love, like all intangibles, is an enigma. The only way it can be …

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Film Review: Avenged (2013)

SYNOPSIS: A deaf girl is brutalized by a murderous gang who are then hunted by her when the bloodthirsty spirit of an Apache warrior inhabits her lifeless body. REVIEW: Originally going under the name ‘Savaged’, Avenged is a low-budget exploitation from Michael S. Ojeda that manages to provide a new twist of the rape revenge genre. Full disclosure, I find …

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Film Review: Sheep Skin (2013)

SYNOPSIS: A group of punk rockers kidnap a business man because they believe he is a werewolf. REVIEW: Okay, now that we’re pretty much done with vampires, and zombies have over-stayed their welcome, I say bring on the werewolves. Over the past few years, we’ve already had a bit of a resurgence, haven’t we? Not only have our lycanthrope friends …

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Film Review: Phantom of the Woods (2013)

SYNOPSIS: When two emotionally disturbed teenagers feel they’re at their limit in terms of coping a very ominous nightmare is presented within the very woods that surround them. As the mysterious death toll rises so does their fear and their very survival is threatened against the Phantom of The Woods. REVIEW: Directed by: Michael Storch Starring: Delaney Hathaway, JRS Storch, …

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Film Review: Postmen Don’t Deliver on Christmas (short film) (2013)

SYNOPSIS: For some odd reason Janet Morvina has been receiving packages in the mail that she asked Santa for over 20 years ago. Janet then begins to have a sneaking suspicion that the Postman is stalking her. REVIEW: More short films! Today we have POSTMEN DON’T DELIVER ON CHRISTMAS, written and directed by Bryian Keith Montgomery Jr. I recognized his …

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Film Review: Nightsatan and the Loops of Doom (short film) (2013)

SYNOPSIS: A post-holocaust action adventure set on the deserted wastelands of Eastern Finland in 2034. A trio of synthesizer warriors calling themselves Nightsatan conduct musical rituals in order to maintain what is left of their sanity. REVIEW: Yet another short film, although this one isn’t the usual fare. From Twisted Films and writer/director Christer Lindstrom (AKA CHRZU), we have NIGHTSATAN …

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