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Film Review: Belcebu: Tomame, soy tu Puta del Infierno (2005)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Belcebu, legendary rock star, builds up his drug empire until the Devil offers him eternal life. REVIEW: Made in Spain and distributed by Troma Team Video worldwide, Belcebu: Tomame, soy tu Puta del Infierno (translated to Belcebu: Take me, I’m Your Whore From Hell, which is certainly an interesting title) very much fits the mold for something …

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Film Review: Mas Carnaza (1997)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: Short extreme film directed by Sergio Blasco about a jealous disgruntled ex boyfriend REVIEW: This 45 minute splatter film directed by Sergio Blasco ranks more interest for its racy cover than for the film experience itself. Spanish spoken and without subtitles, I was hoping that its visuals might carry the story a bit more than it ended …

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Belcebu, Satan and chick on a stick

I hate the terms “rock and roll” and “heavy metal” but apparently sentient humans need to prescribe labels to identify concepts. Welcome to interpersonal communications 101. The occult and old Scratch has been associated with these two genres of music for as long the various lobes and hemispheres of the human brain have been able to project insecurities and fears …

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