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Dan Caps

Born and bred in Australia, raised on 80s action flicks and raunchy British comedies, Daniel watched his first horror at age 12 and never looked back. An avid fan of the gory, the quirky, the twisted and the comical, Daniel enjoys nothing more than a warm cup of coffee and a severed head (or two) bouncing on his TV screen. Favorite films: Army of Darkness, Tucker and Dale vs Evil, Dead Alive and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.

Film Review: A Good Marriage (2014)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: After 25 years of a good marriage, what will Darcy do once she discovers her husband’s sinister secret? REVIEW: Director: Peter Askin Writer: Stephen King Stars: Anthony LaPaglia, Joan Allen Stephen King. We all know him. He’s given us a litany of great tales like Cujo, Creepshow, etc, etc, etc. When I found that A Good …

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Film Review: The Editor (2014)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: A one-time (and now one-handed) master film editor toiling in the cinematic sweatshops of 1970s Italy becomes the prime suspect in a series of brutal murders, in this loving tribute to/parody of the gory giallo thrillers of Mario Bava and Dario Argento. REVIEW: Astron-6 is a genre outfit known for their attention to detail, skewed sense of …

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Film Review: Class of Nuke ‘Em High Part 3: The Good, the Bad and the Subhumanoid (1994)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: The fully grown and muscular, yet only two- year-old offspring of a human father and subhumanoid mother, Adlai Smith must protect his beloved Tromaville from an evil corporation and his evil twin brother hell-bent on turning the town into a toxic wasteland. REVIEW: When you watch a Troma movie you are not going into it expecting …

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Film Review: Zombie eXs (2012)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: The newest fad in H2O drinks turns a lady’s man’s many ex girlfriends into zombies who have one idea – getting back together with him dead or alive. REVIEW: Director: George Smith Writers: Jean Cohen & George Smith Stars: Alex Hammel-Shaver, Madison Hart, Scott Keebler I dig me a good comedy-horror. Love them. Cherish them. To …

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Film Review: Madhouse (2004)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A young psychiatric intern unearths secrets about the mental health facility in which he works. REVIEW: Director: William Butler Writers: William Butler, Aaron Strongoni Stars: Joshua Leonard, Jordan Ladd, Natasha Lyonne, Lance Henriksen Madhouse is a horror/thriller which straddles the fine line between cliché and, er, non-cliché. Utilizing a cast of horror regulars, Director, William Butler …

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Film Review: Blood Ransom (2014)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A young woman fights the monster she’s becoming to save the life of the man she loves. REVIEW: Director: Francis dela Torre Writer: Francis dela Torre Stars: Anne Curtis, Alexander Dreymon When I was graciously enveloped into the fold that is the HorrorNews team, I was assigned the honourable role of “crappy film reviewer”. A role …

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Film Review: Deadly Revisions (2013)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: International genre favorite Bill Oberst Jr. plays an amnesiac horror writer who becomes trapped in his own nightmare as terrifying images emerge that may or may not be memories, madness, or both! Remembering can be murder! (source: IMDB) REVIEW: Horror writer, Graf (Bill Oberst Jr.) awakens in hospital after having had seemingly fallen down some stairs. …

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Film Review: Everto (2015)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Skylar is witness to the aftermath of a murder, but the killer doesn’t come after her. Instead, he torments her by testing her will to survive. REVIEW: Though any low budget indie film maker/writer should be commended for following their dreams and making a film, I can’t help but think that the writers of EVERTO should …

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Film Review: Bad Moon (1996)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: While on assignment in the jungles of Nepal, photojournalist Ted Harrison (Michael Pare) and his girlfriend are savagely attacked by a hideous beast which tears the woman to shreds and leaves Ted badly mauled. He later returns to the States to live near his sister Janet (Mariel Hemingway), nephew Brett (Mason Gamble) and their German shepherd …

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