Film Review: Crack Baby Billionaire and Good Morning Carlos (2017)
Jun23

Film Review: Crack Baby Billionaire and Good Morning Carlos (2017)

We’d like to welcome a new reviewer to the crew. He does videos and written reviews. Check out a couple video reviews below. Baron describes himself as “a lover of all things extreme cinema and with a British accent that will have your mom frothing at the gash. Sometimes I even make videos nobody watches”. Click here for more of Baron Mynd’s Nasty Finds.  ...

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Film Review: TSUNAMABEE (2015)
Jun22

Film Review: TSUNAMABEE (2015)

SHARKNADO proved to be not only a surprise hit, but a surprisingly successful franchise, and as with most things, success it bred imitation. Which brings us to the film under review here, TSUNAMBEE. Unfortunately, despite the title there is no killer wave unleashing killer bees. There is however a disaster of allegedly biblical proportions and giant killer bees. An unknown disaster strikes Los Angles, among those fleeing are JB...

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Film Review: UNNATURAL (2015)
Jun21

Film Review: UNNATURAL (2015)

UNNATURAL (2015) [aka Maneater) Synopsis: Global climate change prompts a scientific corporation to genetically modify Alaskan polar bears, with horrific and deadly results. Boasting an impressive cast of Sherilyn Fenn (Twin Peaks, Boxing Helena), James Remar (Psycho 1998, Hellraiser Inferno, Horns),and Ray Wise (Dead End, Twin Peaks, Jeepers Creepers 2), one would think this simple but intriguing concept could find its feet. I mean...

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Film Review: KARATE KILL (2016)
Jun21

Film Review: KARATE KILL (2016)

Having previously reviewed Kurando Mitsutake’s absolutely batshit insane revenge film GUN WOMAN I was beyond delighted when the screener for his latest film KARATE KILL appeared in my mailbox. And while it doesn’t quite reach Gun Woman’s level of creative gore and violence it still manages to be an incredibly fun dose of violent, bloody mayhem in the tradition of films like Sonny Chiba’s “THE STREET FIGHTER”. Kenji...

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Film Review: Brainscan (1994)
Jun20

Film Review: Brainscan (1994)

Back in the day, there were a bunch of movies that made people really afraid of the internet. Films like Hackers, The Net, and Enemy of the State were big movies that expressed the concerns that modern technology could become too intrusive on the lives of American citizens. It is interesting to look at the fact that these movies can be both laughable and frightening today. They are laughable because the technology of the mid-nineties...

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Film Review: RED, WHITE & BLUE (2010)
Jun20

Film Review: RED, WHITE & BLUE (2010)

Film: Red White & Blue (2010) Director- Simon Rumley Written by- Simon Rumley Starring- Amanda Fuller, Marc Senter and Noah Taylor Reviewed by: Patrick Fleer Erica (Amanda Fuller) spends her nights trawling the bars and beds of Austin, Texas. Emotionally withdrawn, her only form of human contact is a series of one night stands, until she meets the mysterious Nate (Noah Taylor), who claims to have been honorably discharged from...

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Indican Pictures set to release director Dax Phelan’s JASMINE
Jun19

Indican Pictures set to release director Dax Phelan’s JASMINE

Indican Pictures is set to release director Dax Phelan’s JASMINE this summer. The film will open in Laemmle Theatres, commencing with a showing in Los Angeles, mid-June. Jasmine is a film about conspiracy and revenge as one man is on the hunt for his wife’s deranged killer. The film stars: Jason Tobin (The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift) as central character Leonard, along with Byron Mann (The Big Short), Eugenia Yuan (Memoirs of a...

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Film Review: CENTRAL PARK (2017)
Jun19

Film Review: CENTRAL PARK (2017)

The slasher film, love it or hate it, is one of the most durable and prolific horror sub-genres. Cheap to film and easy to grind out on a by the numbers script it’s become a staple of low budget filmmakers. Of course once you break away from the by the numbers approach you can do a lot of things with it. CENTRAL PARK, the debut film from writer/director Justin Reinsilber attempts to throw some social commentary into the mix, with some...

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Film Review: Melancholia (2017)
Jun19

Film Review: Melancholia (2017)

Meancholia is a really boring movie directed by Lars Von Trier, starring Kirsten Dunst. This, however, is not that movie. This Melancholia is a short independent film from the underground, directed by Emir Skalonja. Skalonja writes, directs, and produces his own movies. He has made feature length films, shorts, and segments for anthology films like Grindsploitation. He has four releases set up for this year, including a title that...

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Film Review: THE VOID (2016)
Jun19

Film Review: THE VOID (2016)

When it comes to ‘homage’ movies, I love the ones that are strictly “no bullshit” about what they are, and where they’re about to take you. Writer/directors JEREMY GILLESPIE and STEVEN KOSTANSKI squarely put their movie, THE VOID, into this category from jump, and it wears its influences and their love of those influences on its gory, slimy sleeve. Carpenter’s PRINCE OF DARKNESS and THE THING. Stuart Gordon’s Lovecraft entries, like...

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