Bluray Review: KNOCK KNOCK

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Erotic thrillers have always been something I’ve had a penchant for. I remember being about fifteen years old and hanging with a pair of cousins I was visiting one summer who had access to films that kids our age would never to be able to get a hold of on our own. Their parents would […]

Bluray Review: THE GIFT

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Psychological thrillers have always been a secret guilty pleasure for me in the past. Movies like What Lies Beneath, Dressed to Kill, and Deathtrap have been staples in my collection for years with the number-one spot belonging to Paul Verhoeven’s Basic Instinct. Though I don’t watch as many of them as I frequently once did […]

Review: A CHRISTMAS HORROR STORY

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A group of students investigating a grisly crime scene from a bloodbath that had previously happened; A couple  venturing into the snow-covered woods with their child to cut down a Christmas tree and losing their son temporarily just to find him and learn that they might have brought back something else; Santa Claus having to […]

Review: THE WORLD OF KANAKO

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In a perfect world, every film would be as exciting as THE WORLD OF KANAKO. Tetsuya Nakashima’s bloody as all hell mystery is a genuine classic in the making,  a film so deeply layered, that it’s impossible not to hold every other film of its kind to the impressive standard set by Nakashima’s tale of sex, […]

DVD Review: THE LAST HOUSE

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The last couple of years have led to the popularity of crowd funding hitting an all time high and it’s become a bit of the go to method for many film projects. Back in 2012, director Sean Cain attempted this method with his thriller BREATH OF HATE in order to lock in a theatrical and Bluray/DVD […]

Review: I AM THOR

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There’s certainly a large amount of pain and suffering that comes along with trying to fulfill your dreams. The blood, sweat, tears and toll on an individual is often overlooked and that’s an unfortunate fact. Some people face the hardships that come with territory and throw in the towel, and some endure and keep it […]

Review: SOME KIND OF HATE

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Bullying has been an absolute virus, steadily grown throughout our nation’s schools within the last decade. Whether it be over the way a kid looks, the type of music he listens to, or hell, just because he exists, the fact is that it’s grown to astronomical proportions, and it’s only a matter of time before […]

Review: BONE TOMAHAWK

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Walking into BONE TOMAHAWK, your expectations are obviously those of the typical western film, full of good guys and bad guys shooting at each other over some issue. What makes the film so great though, is how unlike that western cliche it actually is. Instead, you’re given one hell of a character driven film, with […]