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  1. DVD Review: Lake Eerie

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    Looking to escape your personal demons is a move that certainly will be applauded by the masses - it clears the mind, helps you move towards a brighter tomorrow, and allows you to correct a wrong (or wrong) that hindered your personal, depending where you shuffle your butt off to in order to wipe the slate clean - that's another ball of wax entirely. How about restarting your engine in a home that has some seriously dark secrets of its own? ...
  2. Blu-ray Review: "Madhouse" (1981)

    Julia, a teacher in a school for the deaf, has a hideously deformed and deranged twin sister that resides in the local loony bin. She escapes to gate-crash a surprise birthday party for Julia. Sort of like "Halloween", but not exactly. This is more like the left-handed, red-headed little step-cousin through marriage. That is to say, a much lesser breed. (Some have gone so far as to call it a ripoff of "Happy Birthday to Me", but that is unfair.)

    In the world of ...
  3. Blu-ray Review: "Evil Ed" (1995)

    Ed (coincidentally an editor) is hired to cut horror films down to be favorable in Europe (where standards are much more rigorous). But he finds the films very mind-destroying and starts going a little bit mad. Okay, "a little bit" might be an understatement.

    When you think of horror films, you may not think of Sweden. And if you are thinking of the goriest ones, maybe even less so. Which is all the more reason why "Evil Ed" exists and why it is both a great gore ...
  4. Blu-ray Review: "Spotlight on a Murderer" (1961)

    When he learns his days are numbered, old count Hervé de Kéraudren decides to hide in a secret alcove and to die there, just to annoy his heirs. As a result of his body not being found the latter will have to wait for five years until they can inherit the count's money.

    The actors, for the most part, are not big names and may not be recognizable to American audiences. Star Pierre Brasseur had previously appeared in Georges Franju's "Eyes Without a Face". His co-star, Pascale ...
  5. RLJ Entertainment and Shudder Are Bringing The Mayhem!

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    Hankering for some real action, and not that safe, geriatric garbage that will begin its lifespan direct-to-DVD? Then settle in and read on for the latest news from our friends over at Katrina Wan PR regarding a film that will more than likely satiate any action-fiend's appetite - dig this!

    LOS ANGELES, May 24, 2017 – RLJ Entertainment and AMC Networks’ Shudder are partnering on the North American release of Joe Lynch’s action/thriller ...
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