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  1. Blu-ray Review: "Vamp" (1986)

    Two fraternity pledges go to a sleazy bar looking for strippers to entertain their college friends. They have problems with transportation, Biker gangs, and worst of all, the staff of the bar, all of whom seem to be vampires, with Grace Jones playing the head vampire.

    Richard Wenk had written and directed "Dracula Bites the Big Apple" (1979), a rather funny short film which is self-explanatory: a goofy Dracula goes to disco-era New York. Because of this, Wenk was offered ...
  2. Momentum Pictures Acquires "The Possession Experiment"

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    Attention all fans of everything demonic: from our close friends over at Katrina Wan PR comes some horrifying news that will excite even the most ardent of fans, so read on for all the skinny!

    Momentum Pictures announced the acquisition of the anticipated horror film, THE POSSESSION EXPERIMENT. Directed by Scott B. Hansen (Monumental) and written by Mary J. Dixon (Until It Hurts) and Hansen, the film stars Chris Minor (Edge), Jake Brinn ...
  3. Blu-ray Review: "Slugs" (1988)

    Killer slugs on the rampage in a rural community.

    Believe it or not, the story behind the screenplay started as a book. In the original novel, the titular slugs were not caused by radiation or any such thing, but actually on author Shaun Hutson's knowledge that there were three species of carnivorous slugs. (The book's success apparently was enough to get the author the gig to write "The Terminator" novelization.)

    If you love the late J. P. Simon's "Pieces" ...
  4. Blu-ray Review: The Swinging Cheerleaders

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    For all of those guys who secretly wished back in the day that they too, would have been surrounded by a bevy of bodacious cheerleaders (hell, some of you STILL might want that), then let Arrow Films take you back in time when these rah-rah lassies weren't just pepping up their team and the fans in the stands - hell, they were SWINGIN!

    Directed by Jack Hill, who back in the 70's, brought bad-ass female characters to the screen and shone ...
  5. Blu-ray Review: John Carpenter's "The Thing" (1982)

    In Antarctica, there is a science station where Americans run experiments... but more often than not just get drunk. One day, a dog and a group of Norwegians shows up... and thanks to poor translation skills, the Norwegian is killed. Soon after, a horrible fate in unleashed upon the American station... one by one the crew become suspects in a very heinous string of murders. Who is the killer or killers?

    I like many -- perhaps most -- of John Carpenter's films. The original "Halloween" ...
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