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Dan Kappa

An Australian comedian, raised on 80s action flicks and raunchy British comedies, Dan watched his first horror at age 12 and never looked back. An avid fan of the gory, the quirky, the twisted and the comical, Dan enjoys nothing more than a warm cup of coffee and a severed head (or two) bouncing on his TV screen. Favourite films: Army of Darkness, Tucker & Dale vs Evil, Dead Alive and Bambi.

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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Film Review: Viral (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A young woman (Analeigh Tipton) and her family try to survive a viral outbreak that leads to a quarantine. (source Google – as IMDB’s is misleading) REVIEW: First and foremost, let me get this off my chest; VIRAL is, in no way whatsoever, about a virus. SHOCKED?! Well you shouldn’t be. Anyone with a modicum of …

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Film Review: The House at the End of Time (2013)

SYNOPSIS: Dulce is a mother who has encounters with apparitions in her old house, where it unleashes a terrible prophecy. Thirty years later, turned into an old woman, she returns home to unravel the mystery and tragedy that has tantalized her REVIEW: Director & Writer: Alejandro Hidalgo Stars: Ruddy Rodriguez, Rosmel Bustamante, Adriana Calzadilla, Simona Chirinos The House at the …

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Film Review: Mutantis (2014)

SYNOPSIS: When an unscrupulous scientist drags his stepchildren out into the forest to use them as bait in the hopes of luring out a big foot, not even the team of hillbillies he hired can contain the horror they find: the horror of Mutantis! Only the adventurer Dr. William Fury may be able to stop the beast, but hope dwindles …

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Film Review: Shark Lake (2015)

SYNOPSIS: When a shark is accidentally released into a the lake at the quiet town of Lake Tahoe, it’s up to an overzealous cop who ignores the law, her love interest and aging exotic animal dealer to stop the shark before the body counts rises further. (source: me) REVIEW: Shark Lake is a poorly written, directed, CGI-ed and acted attempt …

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Film Review: Jennifer 8 (1992)

SYNOPSIS: A big-city cop from L.A. moves to a small-town police force and immediately finds himself investigating a murder. Using theories rejected by his colleagues, the cop, John Berlin, meets a young blind woman named Helena, who he is attracted to. Meanwhile, a serial killer is on the loose and only John knows it. REVIEW: Right off the bat I …

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Film Review: Hellhole (1985)

SYNOPSIS: An unlucky woman’s mother is murdered by a scarf-wielding killer named Silk, leaving the woman injured, traumatised and suffering from amnesia. She’s committed to a mental institution, where Silk follows her, looking for the papers he was trying to get from her mother. And Silk’s only the beginning of her problems, since the asylum is run by a mad …

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