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Film Review: He (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: A very bizarre and paranoid man sees, does, and hears a lot of weird things as his miserable wife slowly goes insane and plans to kill him. REVIEW: First off, let me just say that I love low-budget and independent films of all kinds. I think that most independent films are a million times better than the majority of …

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Film Review: Gag (2006)

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SYNOPSIS: Two professional thieves break into a house in search of a safe, only to discover a man beaten beyond recognition, tied down to torn mattress in a hidden room. They decide to help, only to become trapped by a serial killer whose torture methods will have them begging for death. REVIEW: Gag opens up with a dark scene of …

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Film Review: DeadGirl (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: When high school misfits Rickie (Shiloh Fernandez) and JT (Noah Segan) decide to cut school and find themselves lost in the crumbling facility of a nearby abandoned hospital, they come face-to-face with a gruesome discovery: a woman whose body has been stripped naked, chained to a table and covered in plastic. When both react to the situation in extremely …

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Film Review: Chop (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: Lance Reed is forced by a psychotic stranger to confront his duplicitous past. Seeking retribution for a crime, the man forces Lance to reveal his inner most secrets by systematically removing his limbs. REVIEW: It’s pretty amazing how great films can somehow just glide under the radar. In a way, it’s sad since some of these films end up …

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Film Review: Slices (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: In the tradition of Creepshow, this macabre anthology features five short horror films, including “The Exterminator,” in which a ruthless businessman gets a taste of his own medicine — and then some — when he’s abducted by his own hatchet man. Other eerie tales include “Turnout,” “The Range,” “Night Scream” and “Dead Letters,” in which a grieving writer discovers …

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