Film Review: HOUSE OF WHORES (2015)
Jan19

Film Review: HOUSE OF WHORES (2015)

HOUSE OF WHORES was quite the viewing experience. I laughed, I cried… I wondered what the hell I was doing with my life. This instant sleaze classic is brought to us by Paul Arnone, Tom Komisar, and Daniel Murphy of HM&M Films. The film begins with aspiring Director interviewing three women about doing an all-girl porn… for free. As they begin filming, three maniacs in clown masks show up turning the set into an all-out free for...

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Netflix: The Good, The Bad, and The Kinda-Almost-Decent (Part 2)
Jan19

Netflix: The Good, The Bad, and The Kinda-Almost-Decent (Part 2)

Believe the Hype: Raw has been talked about glowingly by many people. I just watched it and I have to say that I’m pretty impressed. This film has an oddly realistic feel that I found far more disturbing than I expected going in. The few negative reviews that I read saw the film as exploitative, relying on shock value. I disagree. This film has a dirty low-budget look with convincing gore effects and performances. Strangely enough, I...

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Netflix: The Good, The Bad, and The Kinda-Almost-Decent (Part 1)
Jan18

Netflix: The Good, The Bad, and The Kinda-Almost-Decent (Part 1)

Worse Than Expected: XX was an anthology film that I recently checked out on Netflix. I don’t know why I thought this anthology was going to be good. I guess it was the concept. The perspective shift to female protagonists in films created by females was intriguing. However, I quickly realized that they weren’t as original as they were marketed to be. Aside from one good gore scene per segment, the films did nothing to intrigue me....

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Film Review: FAKE BLOOD (2017)
Jan17

Film Review: FAKE BLOOD (2017)

The debate over violence in entertainment goes back as far as entertainment itself. I’m sure there were complaints that the tales told around Neanderthal’s campfires got too gruesome at times, and it’s only gotten worse as technology has let violence look more realistic. Now in FAKE BLOOD, (which screened as part of this 2017’s Blood in the Snow festival), director ROB GRANT (YESTERDAY, MON AMI) takes a personal and at times...

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Film Review: CAT SICK BLUES (2015)
Jan16

Film Review: CAT SICK BLUES (2015)

CAT SICK BLUES (2015) is an Australian Indie film, focused on the bizarre antics of a serial killer. SYNOPSIS: Suffering a mental breakdown after the death of his cat, introverted loner Ted convinces himself that in order to bring his beloved pet back to life, he needs nine human lives to sacrifice in its place.Constructing a cat costume, complete with mask and razor sharp claws, Ted embarks on a murderous rampage, slashing his way...

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THE CAMPUS Sets its Sights on Hollywood this Month
Jan16

THE CAMPUS Sets its Sights on Hollywood this Month

Gas Money Pictures is the studio behind the horror thriller THE CAMPUS. Starring Rachel Amanda Bryant, this film involves Morgan’s greed, a curse and reliving death over and over again. The Campus will have its World Premiere in Hollywood, in late January. The official synopsis: Robert dies after breaking his deal with the Devil, bringing his daughter home for the funeral. Morgan arrives with the intent of ripping off the family...

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Film Review: TALON FALLS (2017)
Jan15

Film Review: TALON FALLS (2017)

TALON FALLS (2017) is the first feature length film from writer/director Joshua Shreve. It stars Brad Bell, Fred Biggs, and Lonnie Bloomburg, and has gained distribution through MVD Entertainment.   Talon Falls is a backwoods/slasher/splatter amalgamation of some sort. It is a film that will definitely receive mixed reviews from many of the horror fans out there. I think this is why I still have mixed feelings about the film. On one...

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SULPHUR FOR LEVIATHAN Trailer Out Now!
Jan15

SULPHUR FOR LEVIATHAN Trailer Out Now!

Sodom & Chimera Productions would like to show you a glimpse of the satanic arthouse madness that is Sulphur for Leviathan. This may very well be Sodom & Chimera Productions most important film yet, as it is the very essence of what it is that they are trying to do, which is provoke strong emotions through powerful visuals and themes. Enjoy this piece of vintage devil insanity. Synopsis: The story of Sulphur for Leviathan...

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BOSTON FILM FAMILY RELEASES POSTER FOR “PARTS UNKNOWN” HORROR/WRESTLING MOVIE
Jan14

BOSTON FILM FAMILY RELEASES POSTER FOR “PARTS UNKNOWN” HORROR/WRESTLING MOVIE

Boston Film Family, LLC, has released the poster for its upcoming feature film, PARTS UNKNOWN. The horror movie is currently in post-production and is expected to premiere in the spring/summer of 2018. “I’m very excited over how the movie is coming together,” said writer/producer/director Richard Chandler about his latest endeavor. “It’ll be my most polished movie yet.” The poster, created by Dennis Preston, features longtime Chandler...

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Double Film Review: The Dance of Reality & Endless Poetry (2013-2017)
Jan14

Double Film Review: The Dance of Reality & Endless Poetry (2013-2017)

It is pretty common to see a bunch of “best of” and “worst of” lists during the first week of a new year. I usually do them. This year, however, I am completely worn out from the vast amounts of cinematic negativity on the internet. I have just been waiting for that one guy to make two lists consisting of no titles, and then going on to explain why he hates everything…even the stuff he has yet to see. The...

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