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Horror Movie Hotties: P2 (2007)

Results may vary when it comes to blending horror with the holidays, but when it works it works. The same could be said for single location thrillers, which can either increase the levels of tension or turn out completely dull. Both of the mash-up methods are used in P2, a suspenseful slasher flick which takes place entirely in a parking structure, and on Christmas Eve no less. Simply...
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09.23.2015
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Horror Movie Hotties: Rest Stop (2006)

When it comes to creating an homage to cult slasher flicks that's potentially grainy and cheap-looking, it's a dangerous game to play. Few gindhouse-inspired, "bad fo bad sake" horror gems actually turn out to be gems, and John Shiban's REST STOP wasn't one of them. As reviewers have speculated, it "makes no sense" and some have called it a...
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09.02.2015
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The Test of Time: The Burning (1981)

We all have certain movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? Do they continue to be must see? So…the point of this here column is how a film stands against the Test of Time, if the thing holds up for a modern...
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08.27.2015
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Chiller begins production on original series Slasher

Today, Chiller TV began production on an original psychological thriller series titled  Slasher , an eight episode, one-hour show from Shaftesbury that will also air on Super Channel in Canada. Chiller's first original series, Slasher is joining the ranks of contemporary shows like Scream: The TV Series and Scream Queens that are bringing the retro genre to...
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07.28.2015
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Chiller remaking Lifeforce, crafting feature of VHS segment Amateur Night!

Chiller is trying to rev up its original content with a pair of new movies and a dramatic TV series. Surprises abound, as one movie is a remake of Tobe Hooper's cult classic LIFEFORCE , while the other is a feature-length version of David Bruckner's V/H/S segment "Amateur Night." First up is Slasher , Chiller's first original series: Slasher follows the plight of a young...
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05.05.2015
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Face-Off: Scream 3 Vs. Scream 4

The majority clicked "like" with the winner of our last online evil Face-Off which had Ghost in the Machine shutting down FeardotCom. Although both flicks weren't exactly considered classics, Ghost did seem to have the edge in terms of story/style. Regardless, that battle has now been dragged to the trash. Today's brand new bout has spawned from all the current jibber-jabber about...
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04.29.2015
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It's the Booze Talkin', I Have Little Faith in Scream, the TV series!

I love nearly everything about slasher flicks. While my favorites keep me in a bit of a time warp thanks to cool movies from the late-Seventies and early-Eighties, it thrills me to see a new crazed killer hunting down sex starved teens even today. Add to that the genre love that television has given to horror with cool shows like The Walking Dead, American Horror Story, Penny Dreadful and...
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04.21.2015
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Original Vs. Remake: House on Sorority Row

We definitely all got it right with the outcome of our last Original Vs. Remake . David Cronenberg's grossly brilliant remake of The Fly teleported to a solid victory over the Vincent Price-starring original. Tough to top Goldblum in super smart scientist mode. For today's O vs. R, we decided to go Greek and shack up with some sorority pledges before they get offed! Who doesn't love a...
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02.25.2015
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Girl House (Movie Review)

PLOT: Soon after her father's death, collegiate sexpot Kylie Atkins looks to earn a little extra doe and help her aging mother out by modeling for GirlHouse - a live-in, 24/7 XXX webcam site with five other nubile lookers. But when a demented fanatic's jilted love erupts into a murderous rage...GirlHouse becomes a motherf*cking slaughterhouse. REVIEW: Save for a quickly...
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02.10.2015
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Original Vs. Remake: The Town That Dreaded Sundown

More people actually seemed to disagree with the outcome of our last Original Vs. Remake which had the excellent remake Let Me In barely defeating the equally excellent Let The Right One In. I understand how many would feel the original deserved the big W. I do feel both films are outstanding and the remake really only won because of single, less significant category. Today, we are...
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01.28.2015
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The Test of Time: Terror Train (1980)

We all have movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? So…the point of this here column is whether or not a film stands the test of time. I’m not gonna question whether it’s still a good flick, but if the...
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01.01.2015
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The F*ckin Black Sheep: Christmas Evil (1980)

THE BLACK SHEEP is an ongoing column featuring different takes on films that either the writer HATED, but that the majority of film fans LOVED, or that the writer LOVED, but that most others LOATH. We’re hoping this column will promote constructive and geek fueled discussion. Dig in! Christmas Evil (1980) Directed by Lewis Jackson Well, it’s officially...
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12.25.2014
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