They Must Be Killed

Moon Child Review

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Since I started reviewing films, years ago, I have come to know Cult Epics as one of the best distributors of genre flicks; Everything from sound and picture quality to packaging and bonus features are top-notch on the few releases I own from them. With that said, I assumed I couldn’t go wrong by adding another of their releases to my collection. My latest Cult Epics acquisition is Agustí Villaronga’s Moon Child.

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Rosetta Stone Me, Dog

Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell Review

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I can’t necessarily explain why, but I’ve always been a huge fan of franchises in the horror genre.  The more sequels in a series, the better, I say.  This is especially true in the current state of horror, or film in general really, where everything and anything is being given the remake treatment. Thankfully, instead of getting a Tremors reboot, we continue to receive films that expand the lore originally created almost 30 years ago with the release of the [...]

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She’s Psychic, We’re Sidekick

Insidious: The Last Key Review

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I’ve been on a huge giallo kick lately and while the films of Fulci, Argento, and the rest of the maestros of the golden age of horror will forever be held in high regard, it is nice to get back into something more modern.  I have really enjoyed this franchise ever since the first installment and I am happy to finally view its latest chapter, directed by Adam Robitel, Insidious: The Last Key.

Master clairvoyant, Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye), [...]

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Rules of Engagement, Rusty Guts

Mohawk Review

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After months of watching movies “just for fun,” I figured it’s time to dust off the old keyboard and share a few of my thoughts on one.  I’m not sure I even remember how to do this, but what better way to dive back into the swing of things than with Ted Geoghegan’s newest film, Mohawk.

During a time when the Brits and Americans were at war, the Mohawk tribe is doing its best to remain neutral.  This is [...]

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They Could Be Drunk

Hell of the Living Dead Review

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I think you guys would realize this by now…but I have a LOT of free times on my hand and I mean a LOT of it. So once again, it is time for gaming and VRV and I must choose a film from my watch list. Well, did I find a gem of a film today. Let me take you back to 1980 with this time machine, so that we can take a close look at the film Virus – [...]

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We’ve Gone Past Possible

The Autopsy of Jane Doe Review

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Now this is one I have wanted to see for a while and I can thank Hulu and Showtime for this. I remember how bad I wanted to see The Autopsy of Jane Doe when they announced this film and just like my film review will, the promotional campaign for this film kept everything and anything about it under lock and key. I think that helped a lot with keeping the viewer guessing on what is going on. But before [...]

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Closest I’ll Ever Get to Heaven

Black Metal Veins Review

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So… this was a very hard one for me to watch… it’s a very hard one for anyone to watch because it’s 100% real. Back in 2012, Lucifer Valentine directed Black Metal Veins, a documentary that was distributed by Unearthed films and it is one hell of a watch.

“BLACK METAL VEINS unflinchingly documents the dark realities of despair and morbid self-annihilation surrounding the lives of five heroin and crack cocaine addicts, set against a soundtrack of black metal [...]

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Something Not Quite Right

The Lift Review

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In horror, whether literature or film, we’ve seen haunted automobiles, haunted washing machines, and of course haunted houses. Very rarely have we seen anything like a haunted elevator shaft.  That is unless you’ve watched Dick Maas’ 1983 film, The Lift, of course.

After a brief power outage, a group of had-too-much-to-drink couples gets stuck inside of an elevator. With the elevator’s air conditioning also not working, the group doesn’t last long, passing out from heat exhaustion and almost losing [...]

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