Film Review: Ravenous (1999)

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SYNOPSIS: Captain John Boyd’s promotion stations him at a fort where a rescued man tells a disturbing tale of cannibalism. REVIEW: One of the true underrated cult gems, “Ravenous” is a film that has managed to stay under the radar for quite awhile. With its new release to bluray, the film might finally have a chance to garner the respect that it deserves with a fresh cut arriving onto shelves. A film with a cast … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Cottage (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: Chloe (Kristen Dalton) and Michael Carpenter (Victor Browne), a struggling suburban couple, have no idea what they’re in for when they rent out the cottage behind their house to a quiet, charming romance novelist named Robert Mars (David Arquette). It appears that Mr. Mars was looking for much more than a place to rent. Chloe begins to suspect he’s not who he says he is and she soon realizes that she’s in the fight … Continue reading

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Film Review: Scream 4 (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: Ten years have passed, and Sidney Prescott, who has put herself back together thanks in part to her writing, is visited by the Ghostface Killer. REVIEW: Scream 4 returns in full force making a parody of itself in almost perfection. The trend of second guessing the outcome of horror films seems to have caught on so much that Scream is now as predictably unpredictable as they come. It’s pseudo segues, its self narrative flip … Continue reading

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Film Review: Scream (1996)

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SYNOPSIS: Horror maven Wes Craven — paying homage to teen horror classics such as Halloween and Prom Night — turns the genre on its head with this tale of a murderer who terrorizes hapless high schooler Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) by offing everyone she knows. Not your average slasher flick, Scream distinguishes itself with a self-parodying sense of humor. Courteney Cox and David Arquette co-star as a local news reporter and a small-town deputy. REVIEW: … Continue reading

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