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Film Review: Seiren (short film) (2015)

SYNOPSIS: Seirēn is a short film about a fashion model who after a mysterious bite, develops an infection and transforms into a vicious Siren REVIEW: Yet another short film, kids! This time we have a tasty selection from Retro Grave Productions and writer/director Kat Threlkeld called SEIREN. This is a dark fantasy, focusing on a lovely swimwear model named Abigail …

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Film Review: The Eve (2015)

SYNOPSIS: Two couples head for Martha’s Vineyard to celebrate New Year’s Eve. Three of the four are also out to rekindle college friendships. The fourth is one of the three’s new girlfriend and she is trying her best to fit in with the others. But there is a psychotic murderer about and their holiday doesn’t go as planned. REVIEW: The …

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TV Review: Ash vs Evil Dead (TV Series) (Season 2) (2016)

SYNOPSIS: Ash has spent the last 30 years avoiding responsibility, maturity and the terrors of the Evil Dead until a Deadite plague threatens to destroy all of mankind and Ash becomes mankind’s only hope. REVIEW: Ash and the gang complete another season in this Starz network series. If you haven’t checked out last season’s review of “Ash VS Evil Dead” …

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Film Review: Killer Ink (2015)

SYNOPSIS: A group of irritating teenagers travel to the top vacation spot in the world, Vilnius, Lithuania. After a night of dancing awkwardly at a nightclub they fall victim to a tattoo artist and his apprentice. Proving there’s more than one way to skin vaguely attractive white people, the artist uses their flesh as a canvas for his sacred art. …

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Film Review: Pigskin (short film) (2015)

SYNOPSIS: A high school cheerleader faces a grisly manifestation of her self-deprecating inner demons. REVIEW: More short films, kiddies! Today we have PIGSKIN, directed by Jake Hammond and written by jake Hammon and Nicola Newton. This short was made through the Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts, so I’m going out on a limb to say this is …

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Film Review: Knob Goblins (2015)

SYNOPSIS: As part of his final psychotherapy treatment, a mental patient is allowed to return to the basement of his deserted childhood home, so he can finally face his fears involving the death of his younger brother. REVIEW: Currently making the rounds at film festivals across the country, Writer/Director Christopher G. Moore’s latest short film is entitled Knob Goblins, and …

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