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    Move over, Sharknado - there's a new sea creature movin' in on your turf - he's scaly, he's green & he's PISSED.....oh yeah, he's in CGI too. His name is Poseidon Rex, and on April 8th in select theaters & iTunes, he'll be swimming to the surface to take a bite out of all reviewers that trash his movie......so I guess I'll be dino-bait.

    Realistically, the movie isn't all THAT bad, I mean if the majority of the readers here managed to survive the ...
    by Published on 04-08-2014 07:35 PM
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    It is ironic that Torture Chamber contains the word I felt most in tune with while viewing – torture. The new horror film from writer/director Dante Tomaselli (Satan’s Playground) was so bad it was torturous to watch through 93 minutes.

    The film opens with our introduction to 13-year-old Jimmy (Carmen LoPorto). For reasons to be explained later, Jimmy’s first appearance on screen has him bound in an animal cage. His face appears burned and scared making his ...
    by Published on 04-06-2014 07:11 PM
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    Our friends over at 95forty productions have posted one of their earlier short films for all to see! “Pack a Bag, Quick!” is now available to watch on YouTube. The short was an Official Selection to the 2011 San Diego Film Festival and at the 2011 Southern California Film Festival. 95Forty is a production company based out of California that was founded by Filmmaker Eric Willford. Check out the link below and enjoy the next eight minutes ...
    by Published on 04-03-2014 12:33 PM
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    In this circus of an episode: Butcher gives a major life update, Xander talks in detail about some awesome horror gems he's discovered and Aaron talks about sex with his wife, wheel barrel style. Time is also spent discussing, in great detail, the art of DVD/BD collecting, which leads into VHS collecting. Thoughts on the Roku streaming device. Lots of sex talk, thoughts on a topless Miley Cyrus, what we want to see from THE PURGE 2, PHANTASM 5 discussion, MOTEL ...
    by Published on 04-02-2014 06:39 PM
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    I am going to start this review off by saying that Eric Roberts is Fucking Awesome! Now that we got that out of the way let's talk a little about his newest film Camp Dread. The film also stars horror royalty Danielle Harris and Felissa Rose of the classic Sleepaway Camp. Roberts stars as Julian Barrett a film maker who is well known in the horror world for making an iconic slasher series of films. Years after the film’s success he decides to work on something new involving ...
    by Published on 03-31-2014 09:02 AM
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    Forgive me, die-hard fans - but as of October 2012, I hadn't even heard of Director Adam Green's FearNet series, Holliston until I attended the Rock & Shock horror convention in Massachusetts and had a fantastic 10-minute conversation with Green at his table, where he was (and STILL to this day) signing FREE autographs. It wasn't even about the autograph for me, just the fact that he took the time to B.S. with me about how much it sucked that my lame cable company doesn't carry ...
    by Published on 03-31-2014 07:43 AM



    Kevin Costner is no stranger to sports themed movies. The Tin Cup, Bull Durham, For the Love of the Game star has stared in five separate sports films and now rounds that number to an even six with the football themed Draft Day directed by Ghostbuster’s helmer Ivan Reitman.

    Taking on a role more his age (Costner is a football yard short of 60), Costner plays Sonny Weaver Jr., the General Manager of the Cleveland Browns in the NFL. The action picks on NFL Draft Day, the day in which 200+ young ...
    by Published on 03-29-2014 10:00 AM
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    Movie Review: Empire of the Apes (2014)


    Not too many times in my short time as a reviewer have I come across a micro-budget film as fun as Empire of the Apes. Of course it feels like a fan film due to its budget but that doesn’t mean it is a bad film. There is obviously some fandom going on here but that is what made the movie so fun to me. A group of ladies are captured on a planet in another galaxy and escape via an escape pod from the ship. Once they escape, they ...
    by Published on 03-29-2014 09:59 AM
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    If you love H.G. Wells' timeless classic, " War of the Worlds", then it's a more than safe bet you'll enjoy the loosely-based sequel "Goliath" from Director Joe Pearson, and it will come crashing into your homes in both DVD & 3D Blu-Ray format this April 1st (no foolin !).

    This animated-steampunk style shoot-em-up takes place 15 years after the initial attacks upon the Earth by a race of ultra-violent martians that basically laid waste ...
    by Published on 03-27-2014 09:51 PM
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    I recently had the honor of conducting an interview with an actor who for MANY years, always managed to entertain not only myself, but millions with his vast spectrum of performances & characters... the only thing is, if you saw him, you'd most likely say "oh yeah ! THAT guy !!" Well, his name is Jon Polito, and for the past 33 years, he has over 200 different credits to his name between film, TV & voice-over work. His most noticeable performances came in such hits as The Crow (Mr. Gideon), Miller's Crossing (Johnny Caspar) & Seinfeld (Silvio) -but these are merely add-ons to what has been an already stellar career ...
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    I never considered myself an international traveler...sure, there are places I'd LIKE to visit - to see where my relatives resided in Ireland, or to cruise the canals in a gondola in Italy...but after watching "Crocodile Dundee" WAY back when I was a little turd back in 1986, all I wanted to see was the Australian Outback, the roos, the Aborigines...just the scenery.....then 19 years later, I was introduced to Mick Taylor....and needless to say you couldn't get me to visit Koala-Land if ya paid me ...
    by Published on 03-27-2014 09:50 PM
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    Fans of the sphere REJOICE !! After much posturing & proposing, it appears that there could possibly be a long-awaited Phantasm sequel ready to launch at our sightline in the (hopefully) not too far future. The movie, subtitled: Ravager, will follow on the heels of 1998's Phantasm: Oblivion (WAY too long of a span), and is rumored to have been filmed over the past couple of years in small increments (interestingly enough, ...
    by Published on 03-26-2014 06:48 AM
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    The live action adaptations of tween books have been a mixed bag as of late. No one can debate the successes of the Twilight and Hunger Games franchises. But recent attempts to spin off a franchise of films from popular books amongst high-schoolers has taken a hit with box office bombs such as Vampire Academy, Beautiful Creatures and Ender’s Game.

    Based on the uber popular novel by Veronica Roth, Divergent transports its audience to a world (ok, Chicago) where the population is divided into groups early ...
    by Published on 03-25-2014 12:18 PM
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    A friend of mine today posted on Facebook: "Even Oderus would laugh at the sheer irony that he died the same week as Fred Phelps". That about sums up what Gwar and outrages frontman Oderus Urungus (Dave Brockie)was all about. Now I'm not going to give you history in GWAR. If you want that shit Wikipedia them. This is more of how GWAR effected and shaped a young Androidvirus. At the tender age of 12 (Yep 25 Years ago). I was in Saturday school (ccd) and my buddy's in crime Tad and Harry not only had cigarettes but also a Gwar cassette tape on them .

    As we were sitting in the pews of Risen Savior Catholic church listening to Father Baca's sermon about how we need to be good kids and follow the path of Jesus, I had the folded out cover for Gwar's Scumdogs of the Universe tape. Crude yet R.Crumb like drawings on the inside of amputees and other atrociousness drawn by Brockie himself. The back cover had "gwar woman" Slymenstra Hyman with 4 slaves on all fours holding them with chains. I was immediately hooked and bought every album, cd, tape and VHS movie ever-since. After 25 yrs of going to over a dozen concerts, getting jizzed on and sprayed by blood.

    I was going to pass the torch and take my 14 yr old daughter to her first GWAR concert later this year. That has been cut short. Dave Brockie was found dead in his native Richmond VA. at the age of 50. I'm truly bummed out. Here was an artist, an activist for free speech and downright one of the funniest motherfuckers to ever dawn a rubber monster suit.

    Dave also had may other bands, Death Piggy, X-COPS and his solo effort DBX (The Dave Brockie Experience) A man who shaped my adolescence an teens is gone. A mentor to disgusting social political humor is gone. The metal world and comedic world will forever have a gaping hole in it. Ever the master satirist I can say Oderus would of been proud to know that 14 yr old girl in fact did see GWAR.

    I took my then 6 month pregnant girlfriend and now wife to GWAR while she carried that 14 yr old. Thank you Dave Brockie for your music, sense of humor and getting people through a hard time by mocking the worlds horrors. Forever the 12 yr old in the church who was introduced the GWAR in the house of God.

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