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  1. With Blake Edwards and a Great Cast, Bring On "Operation Petticoat" (1959)

    World War II comedy about a submarine commander (Cary Grant) who finds himself stuck with a decrepit -- and pink -- sub, a con-man executive officer (Tony Curtis) and a group of army nurses.

    Apparently, the film was pitched by Curtis in an effort to work with Grant, whom he had loved in "Destination Tokyo" (1943), today a lesser-known film among Grant's filmography. Seeing as Curtis has no script credit, he seemingly offered no suggestion beyond putting Grant on a boat again. ...
  2. Catch of the Day: DVD review

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    Insanity, inanity, & utter depravity: these are the best descriptions I could find to describe Acid Bath Productions' lead lunatic, James Balsamo & his ultra-creative photoplays, and his latest, titled: Catch of the Day, is most definitely not an exception. There are infallible certainties when checking out one of his movies: you're GOING to see boobs, you're GOING to see blood, you're GOING to have multiple cameos,and you're GOING to laugh your ass ...
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  3. Ironclad: Battle For Blood - movie review

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    Some sequels can certainly be spared from mention, especially when the first film in the series excelled on SO many more levels, and no statement could be more true than with Ironclad: Battle For Blood. After the first Ironclad from director James English, hopes were high in anticipation for the next chapter in the medieval slaughter-fest - alas, that's all we have here is a slaughter.

    Now I'm the first to tell you all that I have ...

    Updated 06-26-2014 at 01:00 PM by bronxtko

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  4. Joshua Zeman Does It Again: Killer Legends (2014)

    Delving into our collective nightmares, this horror-documentary investigates the origins of our most terrifying urban legends and the true stories that may have inspired them.

    A few years ago, Joshua Zeman made "Cropsey", a punch in the gut documentary that started as an examination of an urban legend and turned into a full-scale exposure of something far worse. What many would rather have us forget, Zeman brought to life: a mental facility that was not doing its patients ...
  5. Featurette gives you the lowdown on "Deliver Us From Evil"

    Inspired by the true-life events of NYPD Officer (and demonologist) Ralph Sarchie, and taken from incidents written in his 2001 book Beware The Night, the soon-to-be released major motion picture Deliver Us From Evil looks to deliver very high on the scare-meter. Now, courtesy of Sarchie himself, we're treated to a 15 minute featurette giving us the back-story on his accounts of possession & demonic activity. Starring Eric Bana, Olivia Munn, Edgar Ramirez, Joel McHale & Sean Harris, the movie hits ...
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