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Film Review: Kidnapped (1974)


SYNOPSIS: A brutal tale of abduction and psychological torment, Kidnapped involves a gang of criminals who, when their robbery goes wrong, take a woman, man, and sick child hostage and embark on a tension-fueled getaway. In a departure from his more audacious visual style, Bava keeps the action claustrophobic and the tension wound tight, building to an unexpected (and unforgettable) …

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Film Review: Metamorphosis (1990)


SYNOPSIS: Dr. Peter Houseman is a brilliant geneticist who is working on a serum which will stop human aging, but his colleagues don’t believe in his work. When his university funding is threatened by his skeptical benefactors, the doctor takes a desperate measure to justify his work. He administers the serum to himself, but the results are unexpected and horrendous. …

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Film Review: Baba Yaga (1973)


SYNOPSIS: A photographer finds herself falling under the spell of a witch. REVIEW: Baba Yaga is the kind of movie you watch at three o’clock in the morning, probably after having watched one or two other films and just trying to keep your eyes open. You know the feeling, you barely remember what you just watched. Even though I viewed …

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Film Review: The Emperor Caligula: The Untold Story (1982)


SYNOPSIS: Mad Roman emperor Caligula Caesar continues his despotic reign, torturing, murdering and raping his citizens almost at random, while also attempting to fend off various assassination efforts and trying to have a good time, despite it all. Meanwhile, a young woman infiltrates Cal’s harem, in the hope of sneaking in a cheeky little assassination while she’s there. But can …

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