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Camp Killer (Movie Review)

PLOT : For thirty years, Camp Woowonga and the surrounding wilderness have been the territory of masked slasher David Lightfoot. Seeking to end the curse for good, two killing spree survivors team up to go slasher hunting. REVIEW :  My favorite sub-genre of horror to watch is the slasher, and following the indie horror scene I have seen a lot of low budget movies that were made in...
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The Offering (Movie Review)

PLOT : A young woman's investigation into her sister's suicide unearths a mystery involving strange symbols, ancient demons, and binary code. REVIEW : THE OFFERING stars Elizabeth Rice as Jamie Waters, an award-winning journalist based out of Chicago. When she gets the devastating news that her sister Anna has committed suicide in Singapore, an act recorded by her...
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05.06.2016
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Volumes of Blood (Movie Review)

PLOT : A quartet of college students trying to come up with an urban legend about their local library provide the wraparound for this horror anthology, which features five stories from five different directors. REVIEW : VOLUMES OF BLOOD opens with text on screen mentioning, among other things, that the film is "a true endeavor of independent cinema". Not only is...
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05.02.2016
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Tale Of Tales (Movie Review)

PLOT: Inspired by the 16th century Italian fairytales Giambattista Basile, three interlaced tales of nearby European kingdoms offer up giant beasts, doppelgangers, ogres, witches, warlocks, virgins...all tethered to a disturbingly irrevocable fate. REVIEW: Holy hell! BAFTA nominated Italian filmmaker Matteo Garrone (GOMORRA) makes a resounding arrival to his English language...
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04.21.2016
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The Invitation (Movie Review)

  PLOT: A grieving man and his girlfriend are invited to a dinner party thrown by his ex-wife and her new husband. What appears to be an innocent gathering takes on menacing dimensions when the man begins to suspect the hosts have assembled their guests for unseemly purposes. REVIEW: Karyn Kusama's THE INVITATION is a tough one. It's a movie I really appreciated for most...
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04.08.2016
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Hardcore Henry (Movie Review)

PLOT: When a man on his death bed is suddenly brought back as a mechanized android - a bionic killing machine - the mad Russian scientist who created him coordinates a nationwide manhunt for the man known as Hardcore Henry. REVIEW: With only a single 5-minute short to his name until now, Russian filmmaker Ilya Naishuller brashly barks his international arrival via HARDCORE...
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04.08.2016
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Hush (Movie Review)

PLOT:  Maddie (Kate Siegel) is an author living in a secluded home in the woods, which is always the best idea. She’s become somewhat reclusive since she lost her hearing at age 13. However, tonight she will come to deeply regret her isolation when a mysterious stranger (John Gallagher, Jr.) traps her inside, vowing to kill her before the end of the night and destroying...
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04.07.2016
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Bleed (Movie Review)

PLOT : Sarah and Matt are starting a new life. They have a new home and a baby on the way. Things take a turn for the worse however when Sarah’s brother shows up unexpectedly and convinces the two - as well as a couple of other friends - that a ghost hunt at a local abandoned prison is in order. REVIEW : One of the best moments in the new supernatural shocker BLEED...
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04.04.2016
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Pandemic (Movie Review)

PLOT : As the world struggles to overcome the outbreak of a zombie-making virus, a search and rescue team is sent into the quarantined city of Los Angeles to extract a busload of the uninfected. But not everyone on the team is who they seem to be. REVIEW : It's starting to look like director Franck Khalfoun was on to something with his 2012 remake of MANIAC, which was shot...
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03.30.2016
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They're Watching (Movie Review)

PLOT: When a small American TV crew travels to Moldova to scout a new house hunting location, a sinister vibe from the locals grows into something far more accursed. Guess what...THEY'RE WATCHING! REVIEW: Okay, so what do you get when you combine a videogame scribe in Micha Wright and his pal Jay Lender, a feature first-time director only known for helming the beloved...
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03.23.2016
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TV review: Damien S1, episode 3 (The Deliverer)

PLOT: Damien (Bradley James) investigates what the BLEEP is going on around and within him further and we learn more about Ann Rutledge (Barbara Hershey) and the group that she's part of. REVIEW: One thing I realized while clocking this third episode of DAMIEN is that the show doesn't have much "story" hence it's starting to stretch things out. At the...
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03.22.2016
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TV review: Damien S1, episode 2 (Second Death)

PLOT: Damien (Bradley James) begins to look in the Bible for answers, a mysterious assassin is on his tail while Ann Rutledge (Barbara Hershey) reveals more of her cards to Damien. REVIEW: Although the first episode didn’t knock my socks off, I decided to come back and give DAMIEN another go at it and I am happy that I did. Don’t get me wrong, the show still...
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03.15.2016
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