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Caitlin Huggins

Caitlin, an English graduate searching for purpose in a chaotic millennial world, has adored horror movies since the days of VHS and movie rental stores. When not watching delightfully tasteless horror, she enjoys weaving her own through the dated method of short storytelling. One day, if enough suitable virgins are sacrificed, she hopes to be published and continue spreading the gorrific love.

Film Review: Vacancy (2007)

SYNOPSIS: A young married couple becomes stranded at an isolated motel and finds hidden video cameras in their room. They realize that unless they escape, they’ll be the next victims of a snuff film. REVIEW: Even big names Kate Beckinsale and Luke Wilson couldn’t save this anti-climactic steaming pile of crap. The premise seems like a good recipe for potential …

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Film Review: Call Back (2009)

SYNOPSIS: After trying to seduce a naïve young actress, an overly c**ky young horror director has the tables turned on him when the actress and her girlfriend restrain him and proceed to torture him in the same manner he had tortured people in the film that made him famous. REVIEW: As most horror enthusiasts know, helpless, attractive young women often …

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Film Review: Evil Eye (1975)

SYNOPSIS: The police has to face some extremely brutal murders. How is the rich playboy Peter Crane (Jorge Rivero) involved in this? He suffers from horrible nightmares that make him believe that he is responsible for these murders… REVIEW: When I say that absolutely nothing makes sense in this movie, I mean it. Absolutely nothing makes sense. Somewhere in all …

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Film Review: Stigma (1980)

SYNOPSIS: The death of Sebastian’s father engenders in him pathological fears and hallucinations. His death wishes seem to cause horrible accidents, which he is unable to control. When his older brother dies, he feels that he has caused it. He undergoes hypnosis, but his apparent supernatural powers continue. As his own life nears its end, he becomes even more violent …

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Film Review: Criminally Insane (1975)

SYNOPSIS: An obese woman recently released from an insane asylum kills anyone who attempts to get her to stop eating. REVIEW: Criminally Insane, released in 1975 and directed by Nick Millard, emulates the classically depraved and dementedly entertaining exploitation films of the ‘70s. Darkly comedic to the point of outrage and ludicrous in its twisted scenarios, its title suits it …

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Film Review: Krull (1983)

SYNOPSIS: A prince and a fellowship of companions set out to rescue his bride from a fortress of alien invaders who have arrived on their home planet. REVIEW: In 1983, Ron Silverman produced a British-American directed by Peter Yates called Krull. Their creative ambition, though admirable, failed to successfully embed its memory within the minds of mainstream masses. It lacked …

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