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Sean Leonard

Sean is an established punk rock drummer, a just-starting-but-already published fiction writer, a passable horror movie actor (by actor, we mean extra), and, of course, a horror writer/reviewer. But more than any of that, he's a fan at heart. If you watch a horror movie with him, he'll drive you crazy connecting actors and writers and directors to other actors and writers and directors. He lives in Kentucky with his horror-loving wife, his soon-to-be horror loving stepson (he has such sights to show him...once he gets older), and his dogs who could go either way on most horror movies, and yes, he does recognize that he is one lucky s.o.b.

Film Review: Hunting Season (2000)

SYNOPSIS: When two campers on a peaceful weekend excursion are suddenly confronted, harassed, and molested by a pack of heavily armed outdoorsman, a brutal series of events ensues. A struggle for survival and sanity drives the surviving victim into a bloody vendetta of rage. The hunters become the hunted in a malicious game of cat and mouse. REVIEW: Hunting Season …

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Film Review: Red Room (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Held hostage in an isolated house, three kidnapped women attempt to escape from their sadistic captors. REVIEW:  Written and directed by Stephen Gaffney (Bully [2015, not the Larry Clark film], Class A) and co-written by Erica Keegan (co-writer along with Gaffney of the upcoming The Profession of Violence), 2017’s Red Room combines a familiar title with …

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Film Review: Motel Mist (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: In just a few hours, at an unusual love motel on the outskirts of Bangkok called Motel Mistress, four (human) lives intertwine and change forever. Sopol, a typical Thai father-like figure with kinky and dangerous sexual fetishes, brings his new young prey, a school girl named Laila, to room number 7, his custom-made erotic chamber. Tul, …

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Film Review: Grotesque Fantasies (2003)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A disfigured feature documentary on true independent cinema. Seldom seen, this film was designed to showcase various guerilla filmmakers. Originally created to be released with the original cut of Mordum, it goes into great depth on set and behind the scenes to reveal the truth. Early Bloody Fun Productions films Sorry and The Kranny are featured. Several …

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