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Film Review: I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu (2019)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Forty years after the horrific ordeal that Jennifer Hills went through, her and her daughter Christie are kidnapped by hicks from the town. This despicable group wants to get revenge on Jennifer for the murders she commited, but Christie responds with bloody violence. REVIEW: Back in the 70s one of the most controversial films was released …

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Film Review: Verotika (2019)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Glenn Danzig’s directorial debut, is a horror anthology that compiles stories from Danzig’s line of comic books of the same name. Stories which focus on horror content that’s often sexual and violent in nature, usually featuring scantily-clad female protagonists. REVIEW: “The worst film ever made” might be considered as somewhat of a compliment for Glenn Danzig’s …

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Film Review: Riki-Oh: the Story of Ricky (aka Lik Wong) (1991) – CAT III

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Hard man Ricky is incarcerated in a futuristic prison where ultra-violence is his only means of survival in the corrupt, sadistic system. He must battle his way quite literally ‘through’ the feared ‘gang of four’, and undergo multiple tortures before facing the governor in one of the goriest climaxes ever seen. REVIEW: As we open on …

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Film Review: Hanger (2009)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Pulled into this world to take you out! A horrifying tale of revenge…beginning with a back-alley abortion and ending with a bloodbath so vicious that it brings a new meaning to “an eye for eye”. From pimps to dealers, from hookers and junkies…”Hanger” washes the filth away with their own blood, cleaning the streets and making …

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Film Review: The Butcher (2007) – CAT III

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Relentlessly gruesome, South Korean filmmaker Kim Jin-Won’s torture flick chronicles the making of a snuff film from two perspectives: that of the sadistic producers and that of the unfortunate “stars.” Their terror captured through vérité-style camera work, the victims are made to endure the agonizing screams of their fellow captives before meeting their own grim fate …

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Film Review: Evil Feed (2013)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: A group of young martial artists infiltrate an underground pit fighting ring where the loser is chopped up and served in a Chinese restaurant. REVIEW: We have gore, blood, good jams, and boobs in the first two minutes of this f*cker. Do I really need to say any more? oh, I do…ok, then… You’ve heard all the …

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Film Review: Three Extremes (2004)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A sequel to Three, Three Extremes is based around the common theme of the ‘monster’. In Fruit Chan’s, not for vegetarians, Dumplings, the secret to eternal youth lies out of special dumplings made out of the crushed bones and ground down flesh of aborted foetuses. The monster in Park Chan-wook’s Cut is a deranged fan of …

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Film Review: Dis (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: An ex-soldier with a criminal past takes refuge in the woods. A demonic figure seeks the seed of killers and the blood of the damned to feed his mandrake garden. DIS is an infernal descent into the root of the mandrake legend and a man who wanders too close to that legend and the unnamable terror …

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Film Review: Baise Moi (2000)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Not for the faint-hearted. Baise-Moi, literally translated as ‘F*ck Me’, defies categories – it features p*rnographic sex scenes & violent shootings, but it won’t fit anyone’s definition of an erotic thriller. After separately committing murders, two French women (Karen Lancaume & Raffaëla Anderson) join together in a spree of crime & sex. Because both have endured …

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Film Review: We (Wij) (2018)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Eight teens – four guys and four girls – are the best of friends. One summer, out of boredom they experiment with all manner of new means to entertain themselves. This degenerates into some extreme behaviour and will lead to tragedy. REVIEW: Based on the controversial novel by Elvis Peeters (see also: Fallow), We (or Wij: …

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