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CAPTURE KILL RELEASE (2016): Review – There Is No Release From This One

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Capture Kill Release  is a POV shot (aka “found-footage” film) that has some merits, even though I am not fond of the sub-genre. The flick follows the same formula of said sub-genre to the point of nothing actually happening until about an hour into the movie.  Sure, we get glimpses of character traits and bits and pieces…

Chad Ferrin’s PARASITES (2016): Review…A Gritty And Intense Thriller!

Parasites is a horrifying tale of real life horror, stuff that I sure really does take place (maybe not this blatant) in many towns across the US. The film tells the tale of three well-off college kids who get lost in an area flooded with homeless, tents lining the streets, and mentally ill homeless rambling…

Why All The Hate? Rob Zombie’s 31: Review

A figure walks slowly towards us, heavily back-lit and in black and white. The shadows finally expose Richard Brake as Doom-Head, with his nasty teeth and painted in cake makeup. Brake begins a chilling, perfectly acted monolouge to one of his victims before we witness his demise via a dull axe to the chest. That…

The Corpse’s Five Days Of Christmas — BLACK CHRISTMAS (1974)

Christmas Eve is upon us, friends, and for the fourth of our “Five Days Of Christmas” holiday-themed horror film reviews, we offer my very own of one of the greatest (and my personal favorite!). Ahh, Christmas Eve!  I dunno what you Fellow Fans out there will be up to tonight; partying with family and friends,…

The ‘Corpse’s Five Days Of Christmas — A CHRISTMAS HORROR STORY (2015)

Day Two of our “Five Days Of Christmas”!  This one has several stories to “get you in the spirit”! Suppose I come to you Fellow Fans and tell you that I’ve got this flick I want you to check out; it’s a Christmas-themed anthology with crisscrossing storylines, touching on mythic creatures from Germanic and Celtic mythology, with elements…

SCARE CAMPAIGN (2016): Review…The Question You Know You’ve Asked

Any of you guys out there watch television “scare” shows?  You know the type:  someone gets set up (usually by their friends or family) to become immortalized on a TV program, often because said person either always brags about being fearless, or because of their reputation for scaring others.  The stage is set, complete with actors and special effects,…

DARK COVE (2016): Review…A Great First Effort

A group of friends go out camping and befriend a group of strangers — however, when one of the strangers tries to rape one of the girls, it triggers psychological issues (and killing tendencies) in one of the group members. Is the group safe, or is he just going to hack up the strangers? Dark Cove…

THE LAST HEIST (2016): Review…The Best Sociopath Since Bateman

Fuck yeah, Henry Rollins. I was so stoked to see the newest film starring my favorite punk silver fox, who — unsurprisingly — crushed this role.  The Last Heist is about a bank robbery that quickly turns into something much more than a money-grab. While the heist is underway in a near-defunct bank branch, The…

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