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Film Review: Slither (2006)

SYNOPSIS: In a southern Mayberrian hunting town a meteorite crashes and a small, cephalopodan parasite begins to wreak havoc. When the infected townsfolk start turning into zombie-like alien hybrids by means of crazy death-worms, the world’s only hope rests in the hands of the do-good, love struck sheriff. This is a blood-soaked battle to save mankind and it is packed …

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Film Review: Mother’s Day (1980)

SYNOPSIS: “Join three friends Abbey, Jackie and Trina on a family day out with this bunch of misplaced and mismanaged woodland misfits. See them entertain their hosts with trepidation and anxiety. See their hosts do their utmost to accommodate their every need. See their lust and deranged depravity scale to new heights of inhuman devastation and butchery. Bond with Mother …

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Film Review: Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead (2006)

SYNOPSIS: What happens when a fast-food chicken franchise is built on a sacred Native American burial site rife with restless spirits? Zombie chickens! Now it’s up to high school grad Arbie (Jason Yachanin) to find a way to destroy the featherless fiends. Or will the fowl beasts turn the hungry drive-thru customers into the insatiable undead, too? This gleeful free-range …

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Film Review: Sadomaster Locura General (2011)

SYNOPSIS: Mauricio Beccar Varela is now the president of Argentina, this means the triumph of a savage and oppressive capitalism, which reaches unsuspected extremes of torture, but the anarchists always be there to meet them, perhaps using the same methods questionable REVIEW: Picking up right where 2005’s Sadomaster left off, German Magarinos’ 2011 film, Sadomaster Locura General (aka Sadomaster Total …

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Film Review: VHS Massacre Cult Films and the Decline of Physical Media (2015)

SYNOPSIS: This lively documentary explores the rise and fall of physical media and its effect on Independent and cult films. Ranging from the origin of home movies through the video store era, it’s sure to entertain. With icons like Joe Bob Briggs (MonsterVision), Lloyd Kaufman (Toxic Avenger), Greg Sestero (The Room), Debbie Rochon (Return to Nuke ‘Em High), Deborah Reed …

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Film Review: Class of Nuke ‘Em High Part 3: The Good, the Bad and the Subhumanoid (1994)

SYNOPSIS: The fully grown and muscular, yet only two- year-old offspring of a human father and subhumanoid mother, Adlai Smith must protect his beloved Tromaville from an evil corporation and his evil twin brother hell-bent on turning the town into a toxic wasteland. REVIEW: When you watch a Troma movie you are not going into it expecting strong character development, …

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Film Review: Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV (2000)

SYNOPSIS: The Toxic Avenger must defend his friends from his own evil alternate universe doppelganger The Noxious Offender. REVIEW: It can never be said that Kauffman and his tribe don’t do high concept. Flick through the old back catalogue and you’ll find all sorts of dismemberment, musicals and war movies. It’s a buffet of depravity for all to enjoy by …

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