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  1. Blu-ray Review: "The Driller Killer" (1979)

    An artist slowly goes insane while struggling to pay his bills, work on his paintings, and care for his two female roommates, which leads him taking to the streets of New York after dark and randomly killing derelicts with a power drill.

    This is the first great film of director Abel Ferrara, and with him he brings long-time collaborators writer Nicholas St. John and cinematographer Ken Kelsch. Ferrara somehow makes a very low-budget film seem almost as good as a studio film. Perhaps ...
  2. Film Review: The Possession Experiment

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    We're slowly attacking this "possession" topic with all the speed of a downhill rolling snowball on methamphetamines - the only other sub-genre with as much forward momentum would be the "zombie" premise and GOD ONLY KNOWS how many of those flicks we've been subject to over the past 5 years or so. In any event, my latest assignment was to tackle Scott B. Hansen's "exorcism gone awry" feature, The Possession Experiment, and after a breakneck speed-like ...
  3. Interview With Hannah Fierman (SiREN)

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    Is it her smile? Is it the sound of her voice? Is it the trance she'll put you into when she begins to sing her alluring song? Any way you slice it, Hannah Fierman's character in SiREN is one that will captivate you, and if you're one of the unlucky ones, MAYBE she'll have some mercy on your soul and make your demise a quick one. We here at Killer Reviews were honored to have a few minutes to speak with Hannah regarding her role and upcoming projects ...
  4. Film Review: SiREN

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    Back in 2012, when the anthology piece V/H/S was unleashed upon the viewing public, the short "Amateur Night" (to me, anyways) best seemed like one of those quickies that most deserved to be stretched out into a full-length feature. So here we are in the year 2016, and lucky for us all, we've got ourselves a near-90 minute presentation that focuses squarely on the woman who'd love to fly us all home with her - SiREN.

    Directed by Gregg ...
  5. Blu-ray Review: "Private Property" (1960)

    Duke (Corey Allen) and Boots (Warren Oates), two young thugs, hold up a California gas-station owner. Duke, virile and savage, taunts the slower and psychologically-confused Boots because he has never made a sexual conquest.

    This film came about due to press agent Stanley Colbert, who hoped to move Leslie Stevens from Broadway (where he was a playwright) to Hollywood. Along the way, Colbert introduced Sevens to Kate Manx, and they were soon wed. The three combined birthed Daystar ...
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