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Horror Short Film: Roadkill: The Last Days of John Martin (1994)


SYNOPSIS: Mark Gillespie stars as a grungy meat-carver who lives by himself on a farm, just like notorious cannibal Ed Gein of Wisconsin, and spends most of his time drinking beer, channel-surfing, talking to himself and admiring the human head he keeps in a cage. When he gets bored he hits the road, searching for people with car trouble, so ...

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Film Review: Necrophagia: Through Eyes of the Dead (2000)


SYNOPSIS: Through Eyes of the Dead is American extreme metal band Necrophagia’s first video compilation, first released in 2000. It consists of clips for five original songs, interspersed with brief snippets of interview footage. Most of these songs are taken from the 1998 album β€œHolocausto de la Morte”. The clips combine footage of the band performing with scenes from horror ...

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Film Review: The Manson Family (2003)


SYNOPSIS: You’ve seen the story through the eyes of the law… Now see it through the eyes of The Manson Family REVIEW: β€œThe Manson Family”, filmed under the title β€œCharlie’s Family”, is a wild, brutal, shocking, psychedelic, unique experience in film, a sensory overload of mayhem and depravity. It is a film with true power; I was practically in shock ...

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Film Review: Roadkill: The Last Days of John Martin (short film) (1994)


SYNOPSIS: John Martin stays at home a lot watching TV and eating of the bountiful harvest from the roads. He only goes out when he needs more supplies, and he doesn’t always limit himself to roadkill REVIEW: This short wastes no time in getting into the demented life of a deranged cannibal. John Martin lives in filth. His house is ...

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Film Review: My Sweet Satan (short film) (1994)


SYNOPSIS: A group of directionless, bored, drug-using teenagers get involved in a cult, resulting in a murder. REVIEW: This 18 minute horror short begins as Ricky Kasslin (Jim Van Bebber) is seen committing suicide by hanging himself in prison. His devotion to Satan might have been extreme, but much of “that” was also in his head. As a self proclaimed ...

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