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Film Review: The Woods (2006)


SYNOPSIS: Set in 1965 New England, a troubled girl encounters mysterious happenings in the woods surrounding an isolated girls school that she was sent to by her estranged parents. REVIEW: I’m a bit of a Lucky McKee aficionado. I consider his “May” to be one of the greatest and most underappreciated horror flicks of this new millennium. Its companion piece …

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Film Review: The Pact (2012)


SYNOPSIS: As a woman struggles to come to grips with her past in the wake of her mother’s death, an unsettling presence emerges in her childhood home. REVIEW: I was starting to wonder if I’d ever find another scary movie as effective as “Insidious“. It was in my recent viewing of “The Pact“, that I had found another. Highly impressive, …

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Film Review: Venom (2005)


SYNOPSIS: A weird tow truck driver is possessed by evil spirits after being bitten by a bunch of cursed snakes. He then goes on a killing spree, butchering anyone unfortunate enough to come into contact with him. REVIEW: Not to be confused with the superior 1981 film of the same name (or the awesome Spider-Man villain)Venom is a pretty hokey …

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Film Review: Kill Theory (2009)


SYNOPSIS: A group of college students visit a secluded vacation home to celebrate their upcoming graduation. The fun doesn’t last long when a sadistic psychopath forces them to participate in his deadly contest. The rules are simple — in order to survive they must kill each other. As tension builds, and relationships begin to crumble, they realize that only one …

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