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Peelers Movie Review

Mar 23, 2017 No Comments by

In the mood for some easy, greasy, sleazy fun? Then check out Peelers, the sophomore — and sometimes sophomoric — directorial effort of Seve Schelenz (Skew). It’s available on demand starting March 28 through Uncork’d Entertainment. Highbrow horror this is not. But if you forgive it its warts, you’ll find lots to like here. Peelers […]

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Bloodrunners Movie Review

Feb 21, 2017 No Comments by

When he’s not busy selling lemonade (NOT iced tea) in that ubiquitous Geico commercial, or slapping cuffs on criminals in Law & Order: SUV, or making light of bountifully curvy wife Coco in TV reruns, or doing what he’s always done best, which is making meaningful music, Tracy Lauren Marrow finds time to light up […]

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Marquise De Sade Movie Review

Dec 22, 2016 No Comments by

Jess Franco lived an amazing life. The Spanish director, revered internationally by fans of erotic, horror-themed exploitation films, had a fertile mind and, thus, a prolific body of work. When he died of a stroke in 2013, he left behind scores of films — some dazzling, some delightfully deranged, and some just plain dumb. A […]

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Killjoy’s Psycho Circus Movie Review

Dec 19, 2016 No Comments by

If you haven’t had a chance to check out Full Moon Features’ Killjoy series, you’re missing something. Something strangely special. That’s very much borne out in the fifth entry, Killjoy’s Psycho Circus. Trent Haaga plays the title character, a demonic clown who, with his motley crew of devilish rejects, escapes the clutches of hell on […]

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Hotel of the Damned Movie Review

Nov 22, 2016 No Comments by

It doesn’t take Captain Obvious to point out the deficiencies in accommodations and service at Hotel of the Damned. The name tells you that much. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. There’s a story to tell. You’re in for a treat with this delicious take on cannibalism, helmed by Romanian director Bobby Barbacioru. Available […]

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RWD Movie Review

Oct 24, 2016 No Comments by

Star. Director. Cinematography. Sound. Editing. Effects. Score … The list goes on. In fact, filmmaker Matt Stuertz wears so many hats he gives Dr. Seuss’ Bartholomew Cubbins a run for his money. But we’re here to talk about RWD, not children’s literature. And Matt, save for co-star/co-writer Adam Hartley, is a virtual one-man show in […]

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Trick or Treat Taglines: Five B-Movie Gems to watch this Halloween

Oct 04, 2016 No Comments by

Most holidays boast a rather benign greeting of sorts. Think “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Hanukah.” But only Halloween boasts the combination of innocence and mischief rolled into “Trick or Treat.” Let’s face it: the implication is you give me candy … or else. Nearly everyone has experienced the “or else,” be it soaped windows, toilet-papered […]

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Dark Angel: The Ascent Movie Review

Sep 07, 2016 No Comments by

So, my clairvoyant editor says with a smirk, “This is the long-awaited Blu-Ray release” of Dark Angel: The Ascent, available next week from Full Moon Features. Long-awaited as in 22 years, seeing as how its theatrical release was in 1994, just a year after Clinton (that’s Bill, not Hill) assumed the presidency. Well, patience is […]

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Feed the Devil Movie Review

Aug 02, 2016 No Comments by

You draw three conclusions while watching Feed the Devil, directed and co-written by Max Perrier: Jared Cohn, the male lead (would-be marijuana magnate Marcus), is nearly invulnerable. He’s pierced by traps, bones, knives; clubbed over the head; spits up blood for the last third of the movie; and yet keeps on keeping on. Strange. The […]

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The Perfect Husband Movie Review

Jul 20, 2016 No Comments by

The film crew on The Perfect Husband had every reason to feel good after the wrap. They had a pretty good script, a visionary director in Lucas Pavetto, a gorgeous setting and two attractive leads in Gabriella Wright (as Viola) and Bret Roberts (as her husband, Nicola). It’s a shame, then, that a bit of […]

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