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Film Review: Le Necrophile (2004)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A story of a very ordinary man who just happens to be necrophile. (He is also like to eat cockroaches.) Problems begins when his pretty orphan cousin came to live with him… REVIEW: Here’s something funny I’ve noticed about necrophilia – it seems that at least half of the movies dealing with this taboo subject are warm, …

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Film Review: Belcebu: Tomame, soy tu Puta del Infierno (2005)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Belcebu, legendary rock star, builds up his drug empire until the Devil offers him eternal life. REVIEW: Made in Spain and distributed by Troma Team Video worldwide, Belcebu: Tomame, soy tu Puta del Infierno (translated to Belcebu: Take me, I’m Your Whore From Hell, which is certainly an interesting title) very much fits the mold for something …

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Film Review: Guinea Pig 5: Android of Notre Dame (1989) – CAT III

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: By the time of Android of Notre Dame, the fifth installment in the Guinea Pig Series, any mondo factualization of the fictional has disappeared. Instead, we have a typical cyberpunk narrative as if focalized through the fevered imagination of Manfred Clynes who posited in the 1960s that the body would become redundant at the interface of …

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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: Glowing Eyes: La Chatte a Deux Tetes (2002)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: The inner workings of a p*rn theater exposes a love triangle between a cashier, her interested boy toy, and an elderly gay gentleman. REVIEW: Glowing Eyes: La Chatte a Deux Tetes (The Pussy With Two Heads) is an interesting film. Directed by Jacques Nolot, who also cast himself as the elderly gay gentleman in the synopsis, Glowing Eyes …

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Most Uncomfortable Horror Movie Scenes To Sit Thru- Part 1

Being a horror fan, it goes with the territory that there’s a high likelihood of watching that one film that pushes the boundaries of typical horror cinema and makes you squirm more than you ever have before. Extreme cinema is certainly an acquired taste and often gains you some surprised and concerned looks when you discuss with other film fans …

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Film Review: Teenage Babylon (short film) (1989)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Teenage Babylon presents the aftermath of three teenage suicides through the medium of what purports to be 1960s vintage black and white police file footage. The film’s haunting images, evoking teenage love gone wrong, are counterpointed by a series of saccharine torch songs, celebrating falling in love and the end of a masquerade. Through a kind …

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Film Review: Goregasm (2007)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A serial killer wearing assless chaps and a penis on his chin murders horny couples and masturbators, beating them to death with an enormous rubber phallus. Meanwhile, a pair of cops attempt to put a stop to his murderous antics and the workers at a local sex shop attempt to survive his wrath. REVIEW: Jason Matherne’s …

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Film Review: 36 Pasos (2006)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: 36 pasos is a 2006 Argentine horror film directed and written by Adrián García Bogliano REVIEW: 36 Pasos (aka 36 Steps, or according to the subtitles in the movie itself, The Thirty-Six Trap, either translation working as well as the other) is the kind of movie that you watch and then try and pinpoint what it …

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Film Review: Violent Shit 4 (Karl the Butcher vs Axe) (2010)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: In a war torn post-apocalyptic future, Karl the Butcher faces off against a new ultra-violent serial killer, dubbed Axe REVIEW: If non-stop, over the top blood and violence with a hefty side of raucous humor is your thing, then let me introduce you to horror/splatter director Andreas Schnaas. Since the early 90’s, Schnaas has been one of …

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