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Film Review: The Bride of Frank (1996)

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SYNOPSIS: This is what happens when a bunch of warehouse workmates get together with a video camera to make a β€˜movie’. Hopelessly amateur and inept in all areas, The Bride of Frank is nonetheless outrageous fun and often laugh-out-loud hilarious. REVIEW: Directed by Escalpo Don Balde (Steve Ballot) The story follows an old homeless bum as he abducts a little ...

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Film Review: Dead Girl on Film (2000)

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SYNOPSIS: A group of filmmakers sit around watching their latest film epic, a black and white lesbian bondage movie. They’re bored, and one of them suggests they try something new. After toying with various perverted ideas, including being shat on by a “300-pound sweata with a gassy box”, they are eventually forced into making a snuff movie. The filmmakers soon ...

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