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Film Review: BreadCrumbs (2010)

SYNOPSIS: A small group of adult filmmakers travel to a cabin deep in the woods. Along the way, they encounter a pair of troubled, mysterious siblings, Patti and Henry, who live in the nearby woodlands. Soon they find themselves the target of the pair’s violent revenge as they begin to be picked off one by one. They struggle to survive …

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Film Review: Mega Piranha (2010)

SYNOPSIS: A mutant strain of giant ferocious piranha escape from the Amazon and eat their way toward Florida. REVIEW:  Written & Directed by: Eric Forsberg Starring: Tiffany, Paul Logan, Barry Williams, David Labiosa  QUICK FIX: A mutant strain of viciously hungry, genetically-altered piranha escape from a super-secret, G-14 classified South American lab and go on a rampage all up and down the …

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Film Review: Subspecies (1991)

SYNOPSIS: Three young women travel to Transylvania to do some research on the local myths and legends. Little do the three of them know that soon they are going to be in the presence of one of Transylvania’s most infamous superstitions. REVIEW: Director: Ted Nicolaou Starring: Anders Hove, Laura Mae Tate, Michael Watson “Make me like you, Stefan. There’s no …

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Horror Collection – Vol 3

Horror Collection #92369 (6 film set) Check out this new 6 film collection from Echo Bridge Entertainment! If you’ve been following their releases, you already know that these sets offer a pretty good night of entertainment. This latest set includes the 3 new titles (at least from what I can tell) of “The Dead One”, “Descendant” and “The Nurse”. These …

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Film Review: The Six Degrees of Helter Skelter (2009)

SYNOPSIS: “The Six Degrees of Helter Skelter” walks in the footsteps of the Manson Family, visiting over 40 locations related to the infamous Tate/LaBianca murders, and tying together the dozens of odd connections between Charles Manson and the Hollywood elite. Entertainingly led by famous Hollywood historian Scott Michaels (E!’s 20 Most Horrifying Hollywood Murders, Dearly Departed: Vol. 1, FindADeath.com), this …

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