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After Several Years on the Shelf, Incredibly Violent ‘Game of Death’ is Finally Getting Released
4 weeks ago

After Several Years on the Shelf, Incredibly Violent ‘Game of Death’ is Finally Getting Released

I remember reviewing Game of Death at SXSW roughly 3 years ago. At the time, I praised its lack of character development (yes, really) and its ability to somehow focus, …
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‘Becky’ May Not Be The Kevin James Nazi Movie We Need Right Now, But It’s the One We Deserve
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2 months ago

‘Becky’ May Not Be The Kevin James Nazi Movie We Need Right Now, But It’s the One We Deserve

By  •  Reviews

John Travolta obsesses over Stan, Nic Cage and Larry Fishburne track down a missing coke shipment, and Kevin James … is a Neo-Nazi. A trio of unconnected nonsense to the …
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Uncle Peckerhead Is A Blood-Soaked, Ghastly Good Time Of A Road Movie
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6 months ago

Uncle Peckerhead Is A Blood-Soaked, Ghastly Good Time Of A Road Movie

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When you envision a band going on tour, you might think of sold-out crowds, hotel parties, and giant tour buses moving from state to state. For some, that’s certainly the …
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New Guns Akimbo trailer is a hyperkinetic shotgun blast of adrenaline
7 months ago

New Guns Akimbo trailer is a hyperkinetic shotgun blast of adrenaline

By  •  Trailer

To be honest, ever since Daniel Radcliffe (The Woman In Black, Swiss Army Man) showed up in a bathrobe and dinosaur slippers with guns bolted to his hands, we were …
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Ash Mountain Films’ Second Feature, ‘Nefarious’, Gets 2020 Release
8 months ago

Ash Mountain Films’ Second Feature, ‘Nefarious’, Gets 2020 Release

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After a successful 2019 festival run, including a world premiere at Buffalo Dreams, Nefarious will get an official release in early 2020 thanks to a deal with Gravitas Ventures (Corbin Nash, …
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Trailer for VFW boasts another outrageous & violent Joe Begos film
8 months ago

Trailer for VFW boasts another outrageous & violent Joe Begos film

It wasn’t long ago that we were sharing our opinions on Joe Begos’ Bliss—a bold and bloody vampire flick shot on 16mm film (you can read our review here). But if …
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