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Film Review: Antibirth (2016)


SYNOPSIS: In a desolate community full of drug-addled Marines and rumors of kidnapping, a wild-eyed stoner named Lou wakes up after a wild night of partying with symptoms of a strange illness and recurring visions as she struggles to get a grip on reality while stories of conspiracy spread. REVIEW: The final image of Antibirth is far and away its …

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Film Review: Green Room (2016)

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SYNOPSIS: After witnessing a murder, a punk rock band is forced into a vicious fight for survival against a group of maniacal skinheads who are trying to eliminate all evidence pertaining to the crime. REVIEW: A struggling punk band calling themselves The Ain’t Rights find themselves in a situation that most certainly isn’t too right when they stumble upon the …

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Film Review: Uncanny (2015)


SYNOPSIS: An incredibly life-like robot named Adam (that looks just like any other human) begins to act more and more bizarre once the scientist that invented him becomes romantically involved with a reporter that is doing a story on them. REVIEW: To be honest robots scare the living hell out of me. I don’t know why this is, but as …

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Film Review: Jessabelle (2014)


SYNOPSIS: Returning to her childhood home in Louisiana to recuperate from a horrific car accident, Jessabelle comes face to face with a long-tormented spirit that has been seeking her return — and has no intention of letting her escape. REVIEW: I’d seen lots of promotional material for Jessabelle over the last few months, so I was admittedly surprised when it …

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Film Review: 13 Sins (2014)


SYNOPSIS: A cryptic phone call sets off a dangerous game of risks for Elliot, a down-on-his luck salesman. The game promises increasing rewards for completing 13 tasks, each more sinister than the last. REVIEW: Since Richard Connell warped the man vs. man plot archetype in his 1924 short story “The Most Dangerous Game,” the thematic device of have-nots being treated …

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