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  1. Interview with director Julian Gilbey (Plastic)

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    I recently had the opportunity to snag a quick interview with director Julian Gilbey, whose latest film: Plastic, opened up in theaters, and on VOD services & iTunes on September 26th. After taking a few short minutes to dry himself off (he was caught out in a torrential downpour RIGHT before the interview) - we talked about his many projects, and the biggest challenge he faced while filming his latest release - so read on & enjoy!

  2. DVD review: Werewolf Rising

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    The end of the line is near, and if the road traveled has Werewolf Rising along its pathways, then my worst fears have almost come true, and if not for a creepy (albeit brief) performance from an extremely underrated acting presence, all WOULD have been lost...ok, at least roughly 80 minutes of time.

    While the werewolf has taken somewhat of a back seat to the other creature-like horror films of the past & present, there has always ...

    Updated 09-24-2014 at 09:19 PM by bronxtko

  3. DVD review: The Devil Incarnate

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    Attention: Rosemary's Baby - there is no cause for alarm here with The Devil Incarnate and it's sinister infant-in-wait storyline that tries its damndest to bring the frights to the home viewers, but instead drops off a full diaper of derivative poo that fails to make even the tiniest hair stand up on the back of your neck.

    Directed by L. Gustavo Cooper, the film throws us into the honeymoon between two newlyweds, Trevor and Holly, ...
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