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  1. Review: Bunny The Killer Thing

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    There comes a time and a place when you've simply got to abandon all hope as far as how high you can hold a film in its regards, and simply say "f**k it - watch this now, just because!" Ladies and germs, welcome to Bunny The Killer Thing.

    With a premise that looks as if it was drawn up by a crowded room of drunk college students, we follow...well, a bunch of drunk youths partying in a secluded cabin. Sex, drugs, and tons of booze are ...
  2. DVD Review: Madness Of Many

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    Madness Of Many, directed by Kasper Juhl, is the stuff of nightmares...not necessarily the ones that keep you up at night with a mind crammed full of nightmarish imagery, but the never-ending feeling as if you still cant make heads or tails out of what the hell you just watched.

    The film follows Victoria, a young woman whose life has indeed been the epitome of trauma: beaten, raped, and neglected at every turn...and that's before things ...
  3. Blu-Ray Review: Bride Of Re-Animator

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    While not exactly the knockout hit that the original Re-Animator was, the next film down the line sure as hell got the Blu-Ray red carpet rolled out for its release from Arrow Films. Bride Of Re-Animator leaps out of your TV and into your lap like a freshly severed (and reanimated head), with a full complement of special features at it's disposal - quite simply, this is a MUST OWN for fans of the series.

    Dr. West (Jeffrey Combs) and Dan ...
  4. Real American Horror: "Malatesta's Carnival of Blood" (1973)

    The Norris family get jobs working at a seedy old carnival as a cover for searching for their missing son who disappeared after visiting said carnival. Eccentric manager Mr. Blood turns out to be a vampire while the evil owner Malatesta rules over a gaggle of ghastly ghouls who watch silent movies when they aren't feasting on human flesh.

    Director Christopher Speeth grew up in the world of theater, and at college was trained in the tradition of the documentary. He made one film called ...
  5. A Defining Gangster Film: "Dillinger" (1973)

    John Dillinger (Warren Oates) and his gang go on a bank robbing spree across the Midwest, but one G-Man (Ben Johnson) is determined to bring him down.

    Following "Bonnie and Clyde" and "The Wild Bunch", American International Pictures wanted their own violent gangster film. Producer Sam Arkoff hired the then-unknown writer John Milius to construct the script. An earlier, very rough version of the script had come in to producer Lawrence Gordon, and Gordon thought ...
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