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Russia to get its own horror-exclusive production company

Russian cinema isn't exactly a vast operation. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, filmmaking in the country has been developing slowly and surely, but their biggest output tends to be historical dramas and prestige pictures. While genre filmmaking has always had a root in Russian culture (including the genuine classic 1967 horror flick VIY), only recently has the country began to...

Review: Frankenstein's Army (Fantasia)

PLOT: Towards the end of WW2, on the Eastern Front, a platoon of Russian soldiers answer a distress call only to find themselves trapped in a secret Nazi lab run by the Grandson of Dr. Viktor Frankenstein. There, he's built an army of undead soldiers, combining human flesh and machinery, in the mad hope of using his creations to take over the world. REVIEW: More...


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