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Movie Review: Railroad Tigers (2016)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey1 Comment

For RAILROAD TIGERS, Jackie Chan reteams with filmmaker Ding Sheng. These two are an interesting pair since one of Jackie’s best acting performances was in their first film together LITTLE BIG SOLDIER in 2010. Their second outing POLICE STORY 2013 aka POLICE STORY: LOCKDOWN was a disappointment. Not because it was a bad movie, it suffered from what I like …

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Drunken Monkey Movie Review – PUPPET MASTER SERIES

In Movies, Random Rants, Rated, REVIEW, Reviews by Peggy0 Comments

All righty, folks. I’ve got another film franchise review for you. This time around I’ll be reviewing all 11 Puppet Master films. It will include the Puppet Master vs. Demonic Toys which, technically, isn’t really part of the timeline but was thrown in somewhere in the middle. So…you’re welcome. Wasn’t someone supposed to stop me from doing this franchise review …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Camera Obscura

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes0 Comments

Camera Obscura is the newest horror film from Chiller Films. The movie is a a veteran war photographer, dealing with PTSD, trying to pull his life together and move on from the horrors of war he witnessed. In doing so, he takes up a job taking photo of real estate properties with a camera his wife gives him. As you …

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MOVIE REVIEW: KILL SWITCH (2017)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

Will Porter (Dan Stevens) is asked by Abigail Vos (Berenice Marlohe) to be a part of history. Her corporation has developed a device which can siphon the energy from what can only be described as a carbon copy of Earth in a parallel universe, to deliver an endless supply of free energy. He’s reluctant but the offer they make him …

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MOVIE REVIEW: INTERSTELLAR CIVIL WAR (2017)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

The time has come for an Alliance to rise up and attack the Imperial Empire. This leaves Empress Nobu (Ellie Church) in a tough position and she has to think fast, come up with a plan to possibly stop the rebels from causing any further damage. The planet of Endor has been nearly destroyed by war but somewhere on the …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Alien: Covenant

In Movies, Reviews by Bub Smith0 Comments

Ridley Scott’s best movie is Alien. That is a scientific fact and I will throat punch someone over it. This statement is not made to diminish the man’s other work. Blade Runner and Legend are also classics, but nowhere the level he reached with Alien. The perfect blend of horror and Sci-Fi, that film makers have tried to duplicate ever …

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MOVIE REVIEW: BLACK ROSE (2017)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey2 Comments

There’s a serial killer on the streets of Los Angeles who is murdering young Russian woman. The police are at a standstill, no clues are left, the only thing he leaves behind is a single black rose. Captain Dalano (Robert Davi) is desperate to catch him so he decides to try something a bit outside the box. He gets in …

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MOVIE REVIEW: The Void

In Movies, Reviews by Bub Smith0 Comments

My most anticipated movie of 2017 was The Void. To be fair, it was also my most anticipated movie since I first saw directors Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski’s crowdfunding video a couple of years back. The guys behind Bio-Cop and Manborg (and not to mention they are part of the Canadian film making collective Astron-6!!!) were making a straight …

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There Can Only Be One T2. (Hint: Not This One.)

In Movies, Reviews by Regan Lorie0 Comments

It has literally taken me an entire week to sort through my feelings about T2 Trainspotting. Like every self-respecting Britpop and indie flick-loving Gen Xer in 1996 America, I was obsessed with Trainspotting when Danny Boyle’s film adaptation made its stateside debut in theatres. I was twenty years old, disaffected, grieving the recent loss of my father and looking for …

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MOVIE REVIEW: THE ASSIGNMENT (2017)

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Walter Hill is a legend and one of the first true auteurs of action. If it weren’t for his films, talent like John Woo may have never come into their own. At 75, Hill is still trucking along and making films. The project he chose to bring to the screen is insanely bizarre, doesn’t always work, but there’s something fun …

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Soundtrack Review: Umberto Lenzi’s EATEN ALIVE! (NSFW)

In Random Rants, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

Cannibal films are an acquired taste. They’re most certainly never easy to swallow and only the hardcore of horror fans can truly appreciate them in all of their flesh eating glory. In 1980, CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST was released and became the standard on which all cannibal films would forever be judged. Ruggero Deodato’s film is remembered for numerous reasons but Riz …

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Movie Review: Streets of Vengeance (2016)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

The VHS era is long gone but there are so many of us who are still trying to hold on to those memories of discovery, the memories that have shaped our lives. The 80’s gave birth to the mom and pop video store domination and the titles you could find lining the shelves were priceless. The spirit of the time …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Beyond the Edge

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes0 Comments

Let’s take a trip back in time, shall we? Let’s go back to the 1990’s, a time where the economy was doing well, we have relative peace, the movie industry was barreling forward with new technology, and we were introduced to Hollywood’s new “It” man, Casper Van Dien. Van Dien first gained recognition for his role in the space action …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Stray Bullets

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes0 Comments

On the surface, Stray Bullets seems like a pretty run of the mill crime thriller. Two teenage boys get tangled with three criminals they just happened to come across in upstate New York. That all seems pretty standard as I was watching this film, but soon after the credits rolled and I started doing my research to write this review …

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MOVIE REVIEW: DEVIL IN THE DARK (2017)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

Adam (Robin Dunne) and Clint (Dan Payne) are brothers who haven’t seen each other in over fifteen years. Adam left the small town they grew up in, leaving behind all the bad memories and resentment he had of his father. Clint never left town, he took over the family business, and is raising his family there. Adam wants to lay …

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MOVIE REVIEW: KING SOLOMON’S MINES (1985)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

I grew up in a Cannon Films world. My life revolved around them and I could never get enough. I would always search out films that had the iconic logo on the VHS box and love every minute of them. So many of those films would leave a mark on me, an impression I’ll never let alone. So it’s great …

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Movie Review: Logan

In Movies, Reviews by Iron Squid0 Comments

Damn it, Logan! Sunday, I went out and saw Logan,I  did not look at trailers, heard chatter that it was amazing, saw promotional material, but other than that, I wanted to be surprised, I wanted to feel like I was basking in this amazing fantastic explosion of a film very loosely based off Old Man Logan by Mark Millar. So …

Soundtrack Review: Naked Superwitches of Rio Amore (slightly NSFW)

In Reviews by david j. moore1 Comment

The Naked Superwitches of Rio Amore (1981) Private Records Soundtrack Review by david j. moore Also known as The Story of Linda, Jess Franco’s soft porn drama The Naked Superwitches of Rio Amore only recently came into my radar, thanks to Berlin-based soundtrack label Private Records, which has just produced a stunning LP set of the entire score for this …

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Soundtrack Review: Escape to Paradise (sort of NSFW)

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Escape to Paradise (1984) Private Records Soundtrack Review by david j. moore The cinematic soundtracks of ’80s European softcore erotica are an underrated and rare breed. So few of these soundtracks have been released, but when one is unearthed, they should be savored and cherished. Thanks to the Berlin-based label Private Records, we now can add Gerhard Heinz’s score to …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Everlasting

In Movies, Reviews by Piper0 Comments

 ***Disclaimer: Spoilers to Follow*** Everlasting tell the story of a high school filmmaker named Matt (Adam David) who tries to find answers surrounding the death of his girlfriend Jessie (Valentina de Angelis). The movie starts with some footage of Jessie and Matt using it as part of a senior project. He narrates who Jessie is and how she fits into his …

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Get Lost In ‘The Void’ Poster & Trailer!

In Movies, Reviews, Trailers by Bub Smith1 Comment

Since Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski announced that they were doing practical effect heavy 80’s throw back, The Void has been one of my most anticipated movies. Jeremy and Steve are part of those crazy Canadian bastards Astron-6 and whatever any of these poutine eating bastards I am on board. If you have seen (and love) Father’s Day, Man-borg, Bio-cop …

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MOVIE REVIEW: BLINDSIDED (short film)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey1 Comment

Eric Jacobus has been a YouTube star for many years now. He’s written and directed two feature films (CONTOUR aka THE AGENT and DEATH GRIP), appeared in THE ABC’S OF DEATH 2, and performed stunts on A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD. He’s been cutting his teeth in the biz for a very long time and now needs to be …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Ghosts of Darkness

In Movies, Reviews by Piper0 Comments

***Disclaimer: Spoilers to Follow*** Ghosts of Darkness follows two men who are recruited to stay in a house for three nights to debunk a legend that the house is haunted. Actor and Matt Bomer look-alike Michael Koltes stars as Jack Donovan, an investigator who despises psychics and making his film debut, British comedian Paul Flannery who stars as a Jonathan Blazer, …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Drifter

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes0 Comments

Despite what some may say or think, I am a big horror fan. I love a good horror flick that can chill me to the bone, make me question every creek and bump in my house, and wake me up several times during the night because the film got to me in such a way that it just crept into …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Hollow Point

In Movies, Reviews by Bub Smith0 Comments

Patrick Wilson is shaping up to be this generation’s Kevin Bacon. This is neither a disparaging comment on both Wilson and Bacon’s work. They are both (in my worthless opinion) fantastical actors and Bacon is still alive and turning out badass movies! Check out Jon Watt’s Cop Car for Kevin Bacon in all his Bacon-ness (I now want a BLT …

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Comic Book Review: God Country #1

In Comic Books, Image, REVIEW, Reviews by Regan Lorie0 Comments

As we all know, swords and devastating, life-changing storms aren’t exactly anomalies in the world of comics. But what happens when, by way of said storm, the sword falls into the hands of a dementia-stricken elderly man who fully regains his mental and physical faculties any time he wields it? Normally fantasy/superhero stories tend to approach themes of mental and …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Patriots Day

In Movies, Reviews by Matthew Pionk0 Comments

  Bottom Line Up Front: this movie took me through the full gamut of emotions and I did cry. I went into the screening of Patriots Day, the Peter Berg directed film starring Mark Wahlberg, John Goodman, Kevin Bacon and J.K. Simmons, depicting the events leading up to, during and following the Boston Marathon bombing in April of 2013, with …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Go North

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes1 Comment

I feel like sometimes when I watch movies and review them for this site, I’m too hard them. Maybe I’m expecting too much from these smaller, independent movies, or maybe a lot of them I don’t fully understand.  For Go North, I really wanted to have as open of a mind as possible and really experience this film. Never mind …

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Slack Jaw Punk’s Top 10 Movies of 2016

In Movies, Reviews by Bub Smith0 Comments

Another year another list declaring the best movies of 2016. Unlike the endless stream of list from other sites, I wrote this one so it’s automatically more better cause i know words good… Anyways this year I decided to not just name 10 flicks I dug, but include the opinion of Matt and Jay from the SJP Podcast. That’s right …

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Silent Night, Deadly Night Series Review: Part 4 – Initiation

In Movies, Random Rants, Rated, REVIEW, Reviews, Ridiculous by Peggy0 Comments

*weeps into my Cheerios* Why? Whhhyyyyyyyyyy? Day four brings us Initiation: Silent Night Deadly Night 4, a film which has ABSOLUTELY NO FUCKING CONNECTION TO THE FIRST THREE SAVE FOR A QUICK CLIP FROM #3 WHILE A CHARACTER WATCHES TV. Fucking weak. Basically the fourth movie in the series is all about girl power, witchcraft, and how useless men are …

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Silent Night, Deadly Night Series Review – Part 2

In Movies, Random Rants, REVIEW, Reviews, Ridiculous by Peggy0 Comments

Remember how I said Part One of this series had lazy writing? Well forget that. I’m pretty sure the creative geniuses for this movie took longer to finish up their post coffee morning dump than to write this screenplay. Silent Night, Deadly Night: Part 2 begins with Ricky, the younger brother of the serial killer Santa from the first film. He’s in …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Counter Clockwise

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes0 Comments

Have you ever heard that saying, “Your eyes are bigger than your plate”? That’s pretty much how I sum up Counter Clockwise, a movie that try to be bigger than it was, but ultimately had nothing new to say. It’s not to say this is bad, not at all, it just tried to do more than it could. Counter Clockwise …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Abattoir

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes0 Comments

I’ll start off by saying, I really did not know what to expect going into this movie. The title, Abattoir, is very cryptic, the poster is dark and mysterious, and other than wonderful character actress Lin Shaye, no big names are attached. I did learn the director is Darren Lynn Bousman directed this psychological horror film, and that intrigued me. …

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BLU RAY REVIEW: C.H.U.D.

In DVD/BluRay, Movies, Reviews by Jimmy0 Comments

A fantastic creature feature on Blu-Ray or an amazing Fan Theory? You decide! It’s the holiday season horror fans and I’m sure you, just like myself, are up to your sick minded heads with stress and everything else that comes with the holidays. whether it’s where to find the new Nintendo system that everyone’s going nuts over ( even though …

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MOVIE REVIEW: SiREN

In DVD/BluRay, Movies, Reviews by Regan Lorie0 Comments

As horror subgenres go, I enjoy a good found-footage film if it’s done right (The Blair Witch Project, Creep, Cannibal Holocaust). Hell, sometimes I enjoy it even more if it’s done wrong (here’s lookin’ at you, Paranormal Activity 4; probably the best $2.50 I ever spent at the Warren Cinemark [RIP]). I find the first installment of the fan favorite …

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MOVIE REVIEW: The Curse of Doctor Wolffenstein

In Movies, Reviews by Jimmy1 Comment

I was given my copy of ReelGore Releasing’s newest movie “The Curse of Doctor Wolffenstein” a few weeks ago and it seems that it had fallen to the bottom of my must watch list which is why this review is a little late. But I mean if you are a fellow horror/genre fan, can you blame me? Have you noticed …

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Movie Review: Baked in Brooklyn

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

David (Josh Brenner) has recently graduated college and has himself a decent paying, 9 to 5 job, as a consultant. When out partying with his pals, he meets Kate (Alexandra Daddario), a gorgeous woman who appears to be way out of his league. They quickly hit it off and his life appears to be complete, that is until he loses …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Train to Busan (2016)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

Seok-woo (Yoo Gong) is an always busy fund manager who recently divorced due to the fact he spends so much time at work. While he loves his young daughter Soo-an (Soo-an Kim), he’s so focused on work he sometimes forgets to pay her the attention she deserves. It’s the young girl’s birthday and all she wants is to see her …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Hacksaw Ridge

In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes0 Comments

It is officially Oscar season – that time of year when Hollywood starts dishing out what they believe are going to be their prestigious films to take home that little golden statue. One common compliant heard during this season is that we always get the same kinds of film. However, I always look forward to these films as some of …

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DVD REVIEW: Kickboxer: Vengeance

In DVD/BluRay, Movies, Reviews by Jimmy3 Comments

Before I begin this review I feel like it’s necessary to explain something. I was first introduced to the “Muscles from Brussels” back in 1995. I was 7 years old. I was sick to my stomach and I stayed home from school begging my mother to order a movie off of pay-per-view. (It’s a thing we had back in the 90’s. …

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MOVIE REVIEW: HALLOWEED (2016)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

I enjoy a good horror/comedy. There are many classics in the genre and when done right, they’re amazing, beautiful things. Stoner comedies is another subgenre that, when done right, can be fantastic. So I like the idea of smashing these genres together so I had high hopes for the film HALLOWEED from director LazRael Lison but I was ultimately let …

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MOVIE REVIEW: Boppin at the Glue Factory (2009)

In Movies, Reviews by Corey0 Comments

Eric Labudde (Henry Dittman) is a registered nurse who just so happens to be in between jobs. While in his car, he takes the time to shoot himself up with his drug of choice, Dilaudid. While in the process, he accidentally hits an old man crossing the road. He learns the man is a patient at St. Joseph’s, a home …