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Silent Night, Deadly Night Series Review – Part 2

In Movies, Random Rants, REVIEW, Reviews, Ridiculous by Peggy1 Comment

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 Grimes3 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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In Movies, Reviews by David Grimes1 Comment

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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In DVD/BluRay, Movies, Reviews by Jimmy1 Comment

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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In DVD/BluRay, Movies, Reviews by Regan Lorie2 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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In DVD/BluRay, Movies, REVIEW by Corey2 Comments

On May 10, 1984, an album was released which would change the face of rock and roll. The album was titled STAY HUNGRY and it shot Twisted Sister into superstardom. Since its release, the album has gone on to sell more than five million copies. Videos for songs “I Wanna Rock” and “We’re Not Gonna Take It” became staples of …

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In DVD/BluRay, Movies, REVIEW by Corey4 Comments

Yeung Hak-nan (Lau Ching Wan) is the sheriff of a small village known as Pucheng. It’s a small, quiet place to live where people just want to work and enjoy the simple things in life. Everything is great until the arrival of Cao Shaolun (Louis Koo), the son of the Warlord Cao Ying. Shaolun isn’t just the son of a …