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Film Review: Save the Green Planet! (Jigureul jikyeora!) (2003)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Byeong-gu believes that the world is on the verge of an alien invasion, and sets out to save the world REVIEW: Save the Green Planet! Is a horror/thriller/sci-fi hybrid by the writer-director Joon-Hwan Jang.  While these three genres crossover each other in regular intervals with variable degrees of success, you would be hard pressed to find …

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Film Review: Crave (short Film) (2018)

Rate This Movie REVIEW: Crave, is an unconventional portrayal of one man’s struggle with grief and addiction, unfortunately, the real horror of Carl Shanahan’s short lies within ourselves and not the scary monsters that are presented to us. Introducing Rob (Kris Fisher), a young man beset with undisclosed problems decides to visit a seemingly unorthodox therapist called Edmund (Joe Hancock). …

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Film Review: The Mole People (1956)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: “Archaeologists discover a mountaintop temple which leads them to the further discovery an underground civilisation of Sumerians, lost to time and among whom they become trapped. This unknown, centuries-old subterranean patriarchal society comprised of a brutal albino master race (having, over time, lost their pigment in their nearly lightless world), soil-burrowing mole people (a subjugated humanoid …

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Film Review: Vacancy (2007)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A young married couple becomes stranded at an isolated motel and finds hidden video cameras in their room. They realize that unless they escape, they’ll be the next victims of a snuff film. REVIEW: Even big names Kate Beckinsale and Luke Wilson couldn’t save this anti-climactic steaming pile of crap. The premise seems like a good …

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Film Review: Hostel Part II (2007)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Three American college students studying abroad are lured to a Slovakian hostel, and discover the grim reality behind it. REVIEW: Eli Roth is widely known for writing and directing demented films heavily depicting violence and gore and thoroughly shocking viewers. With Hostel II, he has done it yet again, this time pushing the horror even farther, …

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