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Film Review: Exit No. 6 (2006)

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SYNOPSIS: This summer, legendary stuntman Van Dine, seeking his way out of life around “Exit No.6″, involves in a series of mysterious missing events with buddies Vance, Fion, Vivian. During Van Dine’s investigation, all evidence leads to a new Blog “Autumn Leaves Club” The terrifying truth that lies beneath will soon be exposed REVIEW: It’s only fair to warn you right off the bat—Exit No. 6 is a kind of coming-of-age drama movie that deals … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Unmoved Mover (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: A head of a factory starts using one of his female workers as a toy in more and more sadistic ways. REVIEW: From time to time a film comes along that will completely divide an audience. There is black and white, love or hate, nothing in between. Unmoved Mover is one of these films. Directed by Lukasz Barczyk it is a psychological journey through sexual abuse and the suppressed desires and emotions of men … Continue reading

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Film Review: Jarring (2009)

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SYNOPSIS: After dialing a wrong phone number, callers are perplexed by the bizarre messages left and then haunting harasses them after their dates go missing. The caller taunts them with eccentric, disturbing prophesies leading them into a man hunt into the rural areas of southern Florida. REVIEW: Directed By: Ivo Raza Starring: Geovanni Gopradi, Thomas Dunn, Lynda Lurei, Leif Lynch, Tamara Rutter, Holly Warren Somewhere deep within the annals of cult classics in horror cinematic … Continue reading

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Film Review: 99 Pieces (2007)

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SYNOPSIS: When Joshua Licet wakes up with his wife missing he must decide whether to lock himself in his house for forty days and 40 nights of torture or to leave her to die. REVIEW: 99 Pieces is a grim psychological horror film which manages to sustain an excellent sense of foreboding from start to finish. Independent film director, Anthony Falcon, really put his all into this one and his passion for horror is just … Continue reading

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Film Review: Possession (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: Five friends find an old bunker in the forest. There, they meet a demon that resumes to split them up. Possessed by the Demon attempting to split them up into five parts – making each of them to attempt to take possession of one friend – in order to play them off against each other. Only one of them is strong enough and smart enough to unite all parts again. The others have to … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Attack of the Killer Backpacks (2006)

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SYNOPSIS: As a police officer investigates a local murder where the victim was strangled and viciously mauled, he must also deal with his ex-girlfriend barging back into his life. She seeks comfort from him when her new boyfriend both cheats on her and abuses her. All their concerns and social drama suddenly take a back seat when backpacks start coming to life, attacking those wearing them tearing them limb from limb. Not only must they … Continue reading

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Film Review: Toxic Lullaby (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: After a night of partying in the countryside with her close friends, Eloise (Samantha Richter) wakes up all alone only to find the world around her is drastically different. The landscape has become desolate populated with zombie-like monsters called “sleepers” ready to chase her down. She reaches out to other survivors, but not all are friendly; many are even more dangerous than the beasts looking to devour her flesh. She struggles to relocate her … Continue reading

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Film Review: Empty (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: A suspenseful drama about a young couple on a road trip who get caught in the midst of a worldwide gas shortage. REVIEW: Piper (Ashley C. Williams) and Dell (Jon Carlo), are just returning from a 6 day vacation. While the thought of being off the grid and living on the land sounds exciting, the reality of what has transpired while they were away soon becomes a cold reality that they will have to … Continue reading

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