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Film Review: How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: “Rejected by the Whos as a child and living in spiteful seclusion for most of his life, the Grinch has always hated the citizens of Whoville. That especially goes for Christmas with the Whos noise, phony sentiment and wasteful materialism. When little Cindy Lou Who’s attempt to transcend the festivities’ empty commercialism by inviting the Grinch ends …

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Film Review: Alien Raiders (2008)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: With guns blazing, furious assailants besiege a small-town supermarket, killing several employees and shoppers and taking others hostage. But the real horror begins when the survivors realize that something even more sinister lurks in the aisles. As police barricade the perimeter, an anxious standoff reveals the shocking truth. Carlos Bernard, Mathew St. Patrick and Rockmond Dunbar …

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Film Review: Pig Pen (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A child wanders around Baltimore after getting kicked out of his house by his mother’s abusive boyfriend. He, much like a raccoon, eats trash and steals baby food. Unlike most raccoons, at least in my limited experience, he is exposed to constant violence and despair. REVIEW: Director: Jason M. Koch Starring: Lucas Koch, Vito Trigo, Nicolette …

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Film Review: Deadtime Stories: Volume 1 (2009)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: George A. Romero, the renown horror writer and creator of Night of the Living Dead, has partnered with writer-actor Jeff Monahan to create horror anthology George A. Romero Presents … Deadtime Stories. The first volume of this two volume set consists of an anthology of three 30-minute horror films: Valley of the Shadow: A woman searches …

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Film Review: Caligula (1979)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Details the graphic and shocking, yet undeniably tragic story of Rome’s most infamous Caesar, Gaius Germanicus Caligula. REVIEW: Today we are going to take a few minutes to discuss Caligula. I’m not talking about the play by Albert Camus, nor (necessarily) the factually accurate account of the madman/emperor of Rome. I’m talking about the legendary movie …

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Film Review: Firestarter (1984)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A father and daughter are on the run from the government, the duo isn’t in trouble for tax evasion though…you see Andy and Charlie are special. Due to experiments conducted on Andy during his college days he is now a telekinetic, Charlie his daughter is more dangerous however since she is a pyrokinetic. The government wants …

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Film Review: Terrifier (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A maniacal clown named Art, terrorizes three young women on Halloween night and everyone else who stands in his way. REVIEW: You say you have a fear of clowns? How about maniacal shit-eating grinning clowns that stalk, stare, and murder without purpose or reason? Hopefully by now you are familiar with Damien Leone’s previous work, the …

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Film Review: Exit 33 (2010)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A few miles off EXIT 33, lies IKE’S LAST CHANCE GAS. A secluded sleepy hideaway where Ike prepares a special jerky for customers, and a terrifying secret. Ike and his son are controlled by a mysterious ghost, whose bidding lead Ike to abduct and torture beautiful women travelers. But, there is more to this story than …

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Film Review: Mute (short film) (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Mute, which follows a tongue-chopping madman chasing three kids who stumble into his neck of the woods REVIEW: More short films, kiddies! Today we have MUTE, written and directed by A Color Green (yea, I’m not making that up…..that is, in fact, the person’s name as listed). This is the directorial debut for A Color Green, …

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Film Review: Zodiac (2007)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A San Francisco cartoonist becomes an amateur detective obsessed with tracking down the Zodiac killer. REVIEW: We’ve all seen the title card before.  Looming ominously on the silver screen, rarely ever a harbinger of the latest feel-good romcom.  In fact, “Based on a true story” (or some interchangeable variation) is usually an indication that there will be murder …

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