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Film Review: The Burning Moon (1992)

SYNOPSIS: German in english subtitles. Splatter stories par excellence, linked by the narrative device of young Peter reading two tales of the macabre to his terrified sister. REVIEW: This German shocker has all the right ingredients for a low budget exploitation-in-violence anthology. Directed by Olaf Ittenbach, This film is one of the earlier works by the same man who’s name …

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Olaf Ittenbach’s “The Burning Moon” brings a vision of hell you’ll want to see.

If you are fans of Olaf Ittenbach’s work like were are, you already know that Olaf takes his gore and violence pretty seriously. Much of his work though still remains overseas, or hard to acquire for western audiences. We are thrilled to announce one of his wicked splatterpieces titled “The Burning Moon” that is due to arrive in special edition. …

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Film Review: No Reason (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Suddenly Jennifer is torn from her comfortable and non-assuming (inconspicuous) life. While planning to move, the young mother and her husband will experience anything but an ordinary day! It all begins with a strange visit from her soon to be ex neighbor, the postman who mentions an urgent need. Later, when coming home from grocery shopping, Jennifer discovers an …

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Trailer: Le6ion of the Dead (2001)

Trailer: Le6ion of the Dead (2001) Two guys, handsome William and his side kick Luke have just started their trip through the beautiful California desert when they’re kidnapped by the notorious Psycho Mike, The Kern River Killer. Securing their escape through hilarious means and the aid of an old friend they soon stumble into a small desert town where unbeknownst …

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