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  1. Blu-ray Review: The Zodiac Killer

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    For a film directed by a former pizza restaurant owner, THE ZODIAC KILLER is certainly not what one would expect, but rather something that can be enjoyed in all its lunacy - come on in, grab a seat and a slice, cause we're going to cut this one up into 8 pieces and slap it in a box for the delivery kid to carry out.

    The film, created in 1970, takes a peek into the notorious (and intently mysterious) serial killer's work, and implores ...
  2. Blu-ray Review: "The Love of a Woman" (1953)

    Marie Prieur, a young doctor, decides to settle down on Ushant, a remote island in the English Channel. Little by little she manages to be accepted by the population. One day she meets André Lorenzi, a handsome engineer, and it is love at first sight. Life is wonderful for a while, but...

    This film is notable for being director Jean Grémillon's final film. Though little known outside of France, Grémillon was a devoted filmmaker from his country's golden age and beyond. He was a classical ...
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  3. Film Review: "Cut Shoot Kill" (2017)

    Serena Brooks (Alexandra Socha), an ambitious young actress, signs on as the star of a horror film with a crew of backwoods filmmakers that have worked together for years. When the cast starts disappearing, Serena has to become her character if she wants to survive.

    Michael Walker could be considered an auteur, though not as well known as many directors who have been given that title. Working outside of the studio system, he has succeeded in both writing and directing his own pictures. ...
  4. Fantasia Film Review: "The Night Watchmen" (2017)

    Three inept night watchmen, aided by a young rookie (Max Gray Wilbur) and a fearless tabloid journalist (Kara Luiz), fight an epic battle for their lives against a horde of hungry vampires… and clowns.

    Where to begin on this one? First of all, it is hilarious, original, quirky, and a true midnight movie. Time will tell if this becomes a cult film, but it seems to have enough elements that repeat viewings are inevitable. Horror fans might be lured in by seeing the names James Remar ...
  5. DVD Review: The Glass Coffin

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    Forced to put on the performance of her life, and actress is locked inside her luxurious limo and forced to commit certain heinous crimes against herself in order to stay alive - but what's the point, you ask? Hop in this rolling palace and we'll see if we can make sense of THE GLASS COFFIN.

    The actress's name is Amanda, and she's on her way to a swanky awards ceremony, innocently chatting away on the phone to her husband when a video ...
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