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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: Seizure (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A young gangster forced into trafficking girls goes into hiding when a deal goes wrong but when the girl unleashes her supernatural curse he must decide between his love for her or running for his life. REVIEW: As of writing in the year of our Lord 2020, Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen has just finished doing the …

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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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Film Review: Stalked (2019)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A female-driven action film set largely in one location, Stalked focuses on a young woman (RED 2’s Nathalie Buscombe) that wakes up in a deserted factory where she is hunted by an invisible force. Billy Cooke and Vanessa Donovan also star. REVIEW: Written and directed by Justin Edgar (The Marker, Doctors), Stalked is an unexpected force. …

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Film Review: Parasite (2019)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A poor family, the Kims, con their way into becoming the servants of a rich family, the Parks. But their easy life gets complicated when their deception is threatened with exposure. REVIEW:    If you haven’t already heard of Bong Joon-ho’s latest film Parasite, you must have been living in a barrel for the past six months. …

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Film Review: Swallow (2019)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: On the surface, Hunter (Haley Bennett) appears to have it all. A newly pregnant housewife, she seems content to spend her time tending to an immaculate home and doting on her Ken-doll husband, Richie (Austin Stowell). However, as the pressure to meet her controlling in-laws and husband’s rigid expectations mounts, cracks begin to appear in her …

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Film Review: The Tombs (2019)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A live streamed, publicity stunt, filmed inside London’s most famous scare attraction takes a terrifying turn as the event awakes an evil spirit. Something relentless and seemingly unstoppable starts stalking the celebrity guests through the claustrophobic halls of this maze of terror. REVIEW: Did you ever have a friend or an acquaintance who ALWAYS tries too …

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Film Review: Devil’s Junction: Handy Dandy’s Revenge (2019)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS A group of friends (who are all walking stereotypes) find themselves terrorized by a ventriloquist and all of his ventriloquist dummies after making the terrible decision to hang out at an abandoned building that used to be where a kid’s shows was filmed years earlier. REVIEW: I’ve always thought that ventriloquist dummies were terrifying, mainly because …

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Film Review: Halloween Pan Handle Massacre (short film) (2018)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: When a seemingly unstoppable mass murderer-recently escaped from a nearby Mental Institute-comes to a small, rural town along the remote Panhandle Trail, all hell comes with him. Aiding a cynical Detective’s (Adam Caplinger) investigation into the mysterious murders is an equally enigmatic Doctor (David Dietz) who wildly claims that the gruesome killings are, in fact, the …

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Film Review: Skin (2018)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A destitute young man, raised by racist skinheads and notorious among white supremacists, turns his back on hatred and violence to transform his life, with the help of a black activist and the woman he loves. REVIEW: Marching through the city, a large group of white supremacists are shouting “Blood and Soil” as their rallying cry. …

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Film Review: Eerie (2018)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: When a student’s suicide rattles an all-girls Catholic school, a clairvoyant guidance counselor leans on a ghost to uncover the convent’s abusive past. REVIEW: Eerie is among the latest entries in a somewhat under-represented genre; the Filipino horror movie. Directed by Mikhail Red (known for his Netflix-backed thriller Birdshot), this (subtitled) movie follows the strange happenings …

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Film Review: Angel Guts: High School Co-Ed (1978)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Kawashima, Kajima, and Sadakuni spend their days riding motorcycles and terrorizing/raping young girls. Kawashima is overly protective of his little sister, Megu, who does not know about her brother’s terrible activities. REVIEW: Angel Guts: High School Co-Ed, or Jokosei: tenshi no harawata, is the first film in a series of nine Angel Guts films, most of …

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