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Film Review: Pink Flamingos (1972)

Pink Flamingos (1972) Movie

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: Divine has been proclaimed the “Filthiest person alive” by the local tabloids; don’t worry though she has just taken to hiding in Phoenix Maryland under the alias Babs Johnson. You see there is a problem with Divines plan though, her title reign is about to expire. Connie and Raymond Marble feel they are way filthier, and they have …

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Film Review: Molina’s Ferozz (2010)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A young, attractive widow is protected from her vicious mother-in-law, by a male relative who practices Satanism, and lusts after the old woman’s sexy adolescent granddaughter. REVIEW: “Molina’s Ferozz” is a Spanish 2010 film directed by Cuban director Jorge Molina. Its title was changed to “Ferozz: The Wild Red Riding Hood”, though I’m not so sure …

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Film Review: God Bless America (2011)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: On a mission to rid society of its most repellent citizens, terminally ill Frank makes an unlikely accomplice in 16-year-old Roxy. REVIEW: “A Dream To Some…–A NIGHTMARE TO OTHERS!” Merlin from John Boorman’s “Excalibur” The television was too loud. It had to be it was competing with the screaming infant in his mother’s arms. The entertainment …

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Film Review: Ken Park (2002)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Ken Park is about several Californian skateboarders’ lives and relationships with and without their parents. REVIEW: Sex, drugs, and punk rock and roll is the formula to director Larry Clark’s film career. This old pervert got his start in the 1950’s as a photographer, publishing a book, Tulsa, consisting of photographs of his friends shooting speed …

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Key Genre Films 1940s

The forties got off to a cracking start with Paramount’s Technicolor production of Doctor Cyclops (1940) starring Albert Dekker as a crazed scientist who discovers the secret of miniaturisation deep in the South American jungles. The film contains superb special effects sequences which required the construction of gigantic sets and props of everyday articles, including books, chairs, pot-plants and scientific …

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Video Nasties: The Darkest Films of Yesterday

‘Video Nasty‘ was a term coined in Britain around 1982 which applied to certain films distributed on video cassette that were criticised by the media and various religious organisations for their violent content. While cinema violence had been regulated by the British Board of Film Censorship for many years, the lack of regulations for video sales (combined with the claim …

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Film Review: Martin (1976)

Martin (1976)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: rge Romero does for vampires what he has already done for zombies – an intense and realistic treatment that follows the exploits of Martin, who claims to be eighty-four years old, and who certainly drinks human blood. The boy arrives in Pittsburgh to stay with his uncle, who promises to save Martin’s soul and destroy him once …

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Film Review: Caligula (1979)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Details the graphic and shocking, yet undeniably tragic story of Rome’s most infamous Caesar, Gaius Germanicus Caligula. REVIEW: Today we are going to take a few minutes to discuss Caligula. I’m not talking about the play by Albert Camus, nor (necessarily) the factually accurate account of the madman/emperor of Rome. I’m talking about the legendary movie …

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