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Film Review: Garden Of Love (The Haunting Of Rebecca Verlaine) (2003)

Garden Of Love (The Haunting Of Rebecca Verlaine) (2003)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Several years after a musician and his friends are killed, his daughter is haunted by her dad, whos spirit is on killing spree. REVIEW: Director – Olaf Ittenbach Screenplay – Olaf Ittenbach and Thomas Reitmair What do you get when you have a special effects guy write and direct a horror movie? Hopefully a bloody good …

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Film Review: Fat Girl (2001)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Two sisters confront their sexual attitudes and experiences while on a family holiday. REVIEW: As a horror fanboy whose viewing schedule averages about a movie a day, I frequently get depressed by how little shocks me anymore. After all, I cut my teeth on selections from the “video nasties” list and have seen enough onscreen torture, …

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Film Review: Red Krokodil (2012)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: The breakup of the body that this drug causes, helped me to symbolize a breakup too visually Interior unstoppable. REVIEW: Domiziano Cristopharo is an Italian filmmaker who has played a variety of roles over the years – writer, director, editor, producer, cinematographer, and there’s even a little bit of special effects makeup work on his resume. …

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Film Review: I Spit on Your Grave (1978)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Director Meir Zarchi’s revenge movie has the dubious honor of containing one of the longest and most violent gang-rape scenes on film. When writer Jenny Hill (Camille Keaton) rents a remote cabin, she’s surprised to find that the local townsfolk are friendly — too friendly, in fact. What follows is decidedly unpleasant: After being brutalized, violated …

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Film Review: Lung II (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A nameless man wanders the city, littered with necrotic artifacts and a trail of corpses. Are his grotesque hallucinations clues to a violent past? Or are they premonitions? REVIEW:  If you’re familiar with the work of director Phil Stevens, you know he does things a bit differently, which in turn makes his films feel like a …

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Film Review: Blood Feast (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Fuad Ramses and his family have moved from the United States to France, where they run an American diner. Since business is not going too well, Fuad also works night shifts in a museum of ancient Egyptian culture. During these long, lonely nights he is repeatedly drawn to a statue representing the seductive ancient goddess ISHTAR. …

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Film Review: Mas Carnaza (1997)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: Short extreme film directed by Sergio Blasco about a jealous disgruntled ex boyfriend REVIEW: This 45 minute splatter film directed by Sergio Blasco ranks more interest for its racy cover than for the film experience itself. Spanish spoken and without subtitles, I was hoping that its visuals might carry the story a bit more than it ended …

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