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Film Review: Ma Mere (2004)

SYNOPSIS: A young man who’s father recently died is taken in by his mother, who introduces him to a hedonistic world of excess and sex. REVIEW: Freud would absolutely love this movie. Pierre’s father has just died, and he is taken in by his mother. He starts the movie as a completely sexually inexperienced young man, which we learn when …

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Film Review: La Isla (2010)

SYNOPSIS: A voodoo priestess sees creatures rising from the grave after performing a blood ritual. Two roommates, one of whom is pregnant, confront the evil and must escape with their lives. REVIEW: A German zombie movie that is in no way original, La Isla opens with a voodoo priestess who is performing a ritual that either summons the dead or allows her …

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Film Review: Rossa Venezia (2003)

SYNOPSIS: A woman who was jailed for killing her husband after finding him cheating is released and becomes a serial killer, attempting to rid the world of women who bring pain on other women. REVIEW: This… this is just hardcore p**n. There’s literal hardcore p**nography in the first minute of the movie, and it goes on throughout. So that’s relatively …

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Film Review: Executions (1995)

SYNOPSIS: A documentary examines the history and scope of all the different types of executions around the world in an attempt to end the “barbaric practice.” REVIEW: Full disclosure: I’m a proponent of the death penalty, at least in general. If that offends you, feel free to stop reading now. That being said, I also am not here to spread …

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Film Review: Skare (2007)

SYNOPSIS: A woman who runs a meat production business helps a fleeing mental patient escape. He assists in her business, but soon learns that the business is not as clean as it seems. REVIEW: Skare is a low budget British flick that actually got made twice. The director originally filmed it in 2001 on 16mm film, but it got lost in …

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Film Review: Hippocampus M 21th (2014)

SYNOPSIS: A collection of short films about perversion and bizarre sexuality, Hippocampus M 21th pushes the boundaries of fetish and propriety. REVIEW: Have you ever watched Fear Factor and gotten to the really gross challenges and though to yourself, hey, I’d really like to try that completely naked? Yeah, me neither. The ridiculously named Hippocampus M 21th is a series of bizarre vignettes …

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Film Review: Tortured (2008)

SYNOPSIS: Two escaped convicts are on the run, looking to take a hostage to help them escape the country. They stalk a girl that looks like a prime candidate, but one of them has ulterior motives. REVIEW: You generally know what you’re getting into when you sign on to watch a film by a company called Exploitation Pictures. Tortured (subtitled …

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Film Review: Anabolyzer (2000)

SYNOPSIS: A gym owner and his lover plot to use anabolic steroids to turn her jilted husband into a murderer. The target? The gym owner’s wife. The only problem is, there’s another serial killer in town who isn’t particularly interested in sharing his territory. REVIEW: Did you see how that movie I described up there sounds interesting? It sounds like …

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Film Review: Near Death (2004)

SYNOPSIS: Three people researching a book about the murder of a famous actress travel to a house inhabited by ghouls. When they discover the truth behind the actress’ disappearance, they must fight for their lives to end her curse.  REVIEW: Directed by Joe Castro, the man who brought us Terror Toons, Near Death explores exactly how small of a budget …

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