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Film Review: May (2002)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A lonely young woman traumatized by a difficult childhood and her increasingly desperate attempts to connect with the people around her is sent into a murderous tailspin. REVIEW: I can’t believe it’s been fourteen years since the release of Lucky McKee’s MAY. There have been many great horror films since then but nothing comes close to …

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Film Review: Lazarus: Apocalypse (2014)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: George Lazarus, an insurance adjuster in 1957 Southern California, must investigate a $13M claim that could bankrupt his firm.  During his investigation, a terrible contagion breaks out and threatens to infect the United States. REVIEW: If you read about a movie called Hollywood Apocalypse or Lazarus: Day of the Living Dead, let it be known that …

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Film Review: Sushi Girl (2012)

Rate This Movie SYN0PSIS: Six years after a jewellery heist had gone awry the band of would be wealthy thieves reunite. Will their union be strictly for nostalgia purposes or is there something more sinister in the air? REVIEW: Directed By: Kern Saxton Starring: Tony Todd, James Duval, Noah Hathaway, Andy Mackenzie, Mark Hamill, Cortney Palm Gritty, violent and unapologetically …

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Film Review: Alyce Kills (2011)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: Alyce (Jade Dorfeld) is a fragile mind, a girl who acts on a random, deranged impulse resulting in the death of her best friend Carroll (Tamara Feldman) and that alters her life forever. Overcome with guilt, Alyce is tormented by her actions and spirals into a world of sex, drugs and violence. With each passing day, each …

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Film Review: Doom Generation (1995)

Rate This Movie Cast: James Duval: Jordan White Rose McGowan: Amy Blue Johnathon Schaech: Xavier Director: Greg Araki SYNOPSIS: A teenage couple with a f*ck the world attitude encounter bizarre, brutal, and morbidly comical scenarios after a sleazy drifter hops into their car during a brawl. REVIEW: The Doom Generation is actually the second film in what is considered a …

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