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‘Hellboy’: A Gloriously Unholy Offspring Of Action, Comedy, And Horror [Review]
6.8
2 weeks ago

‘Hellboy’: A Gloriously Unholy Offspring Of Action, Comedy, And Horror [Review]

By  •  Reviews

To be honest, I wasn’t planning on reviewing Hellboy, the 2019 reboot from Neil Marshall (The Descent). In fact, I’ve never so much as seen a Hellboy comic or a …
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‘Starfish’ Offers A Beautiful, Realistic Look At Grief [Review]
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2 months ago

‘Starfish’ Offers A Beautiful, Realistic Look At Grief [Review]

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Imagine waking up to discover almost everyone on Earth was gone. The Earth has entered an eternal winter, and rabid slendergorgons (slenderman/demogorgon hybrids) stalk you whenever you venture outside. In …
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[Exclusive] Terror Films To Release ‘Psychotic: A Brooklyn Slasher’
2 months ago

[Exclusive] Terror Films To Release ‘Psychotic: A Brooklyn Slasher’

By  •  Exclusive, News

Terror Films (Hell House LLC, Landmine Goes Click) has just announced that it will distribute Psychotic: A Brooklyn Slasher. The brainchild of Maxell Frey and Derek Gibbons was self-released as Psychotic! last year after a …
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‘Soldier Of War’ Features An Undead Nazi Killer [Review]
3.3
2 months ago

‘Soldier Of War’ Features An Undead Nazi Killer [Review]

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Two youths unwittingly release an undead British soldier to terrorize the countryside in Soldier of War (aka Aux overseas). This zombie Nazi-killer mixes explosives, traps, and hand-to-hand combat to seek revenge on …
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‘Greta’ Reminds Us That No Good Deed Goes Unpunished [Review]
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2 months ago

‘Greta’ Reminds Us That No Good Deed Goes Unpunished [Review]

In an era where bomb squads deal with mislaid backpacks, Greta reminds us of a bygone era. It then promptly punishes us for our nostalgia. When our young protagonist, Frances, …
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‘The Hole In The Ground’ [Review]
8.3
2 months ago

‘The Hole In The Ground’ [Review]

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“Changeling” legends are common throughout European folklore. While the stories vary by country, each generally revolves around a supernatural entity taking the place of a child. But Lee Cronin’s first …
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You Can Finally See ‘The Unseen’
2 months ago

You Can Finally See ‘The Unseen’

By  •  News

We first reviewed The Unseen nearly two and a half years ago. We showed you the trailer more than six months ago. Finally, we have news of a release date!


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‘Bagman’ Says Recycle Or Die [Review]
3.8
2 months ago

‘Bagman’ Says Recycle Or Die [Review]

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You probably haven’t heard of Bagman, and if the plastic industry had anything to say about it, you never would. Thankfully, a pair of shitsticks, Phillip and Logan Wilson, unleashed …
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‘The Prodigy’ Gets A Passing Grade [Review]
6.5
3 months ago

‘The Prodigy’ Gets A Passing Grade [Review]

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The elevator pitch for The Prodigy is pretty straightforward. Imagine Child’s Play, except Charles Lee Ray possess Andy out of the gate, instead of a doll. That’s no spoiler, mind you. The …
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‘The Cannibal Club’ Is A Film For Cannibalistic Erotophonophilic Cuckolding Fetish Fans  [Review]
7.3
3 months ago

‘The Cannibal Club’ Is A Film For Cannibalistic Erotophonophilic Cuckolding Fetish Fans [Review]

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Honestly, I may never eat at a Brazilian steakhouse again, thanks to The Cannibal Club. Guto Parente’s latest award winning film provides biting satire of Brazil’s upper class, along with extreme …
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