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Movie Review: Hollow

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With movies like Long Pigs, The Poughkeepsie Tapes, and The Tunnel coming out in recent years, found footage has officially become the go to filming style for low budget horror films these days.  First time director Michael Axelgaard looks to continue that trend with Hollow.  Hollow follows two couples during their trip to one of their childhood homes in the …

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Movie Review: Excision

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It’s been a long time since I’ve enjoyed a movie as much as I did Excision.  It’s also been a long time since I’ve seen a movie this weird.  What makes it even more impressive is that this was director Richard Bates Jr.’s first feature length film.  In Excision, AnnaLynne McCord plays the sociopathic teen Pauline who is just trying …

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Movie Review: Chained

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Many times, the most terrifying concepts in horror movies are those that are realistic.  That’s exactly what director Jennifer Lynch sought out to do with her new film Chained. Chained follows a young boy who is held captive by the serial killer who kidnapped both him and his mother, whom he kills.  After killing his mother, the serial killer Bob …

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Movie Review: The Loved Ones

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The Loved Ones takes place six months after Brent’s father dies while Brent (Xavier Samuel) was behind the wheel.  Still grieving, Brent’s only thing keeping him grounded is his loving girlfriend Helen.  It’s time for the end of the year dance and Brent is asked to go by the quiet girl, Lola (Robin McLeavy).  Little does he know though that …