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Theatrical Review: Poltergeist (2015)

oldest daughter needs a smack; the son is afraid of everything; and little Carol Anne Madison is little more than cute. We never once felt like they were people that… Continue reading

VOD Review: The Lazarus Effect (2015)

had been more of them. Olivia Wilde is the real bright spot here. We really dug her evil turn in this one, and it sure looked like she enjoyed playing… Continue reading

Theatrical Review: Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

We enjoyed this movie so much that any praise we laud on it is going to sound like a bunch of over-exaggerated Fanboy hyperbole, which sucks, because we hate that… Continue reading

Blu-ray & DVD: The Digital Dread Report for August 4th

in-depth read on the movie. If you like Backwoods Thrillers involving Killer Animals, then you should give this one at least a rent.  Read our review HERE. At the edge… Continue reading

VOD Review: The Human Centipede 3: Final Sequence (2015)

to. Like we were late getting to the party and we only caught the punchline of an elaborate joke, and while everyone else is laughing, we’re just wondering what in… Continue reading

Hannibal has been cancelled. Please allow us to rant.

best TV Shows on any network, we have to give them some credit. That they ever put a show like Hannibal on the air to begin with, let alone stuck… Continue reading

Blu-ray Review: Horsehead (2015)

no idea that he was an actor, let alone a good one. What a nice surprise. If there was one thing abut the movie that we didn’t like, it was… Continue reading

VOD Review: These Final Hours (2015)

better way to spend his last hours on Earth than partying like an asshole would be. He’s still an asshole, but at least he’s trying. The quest for redemption ensues. … Continue reading

VOD Review: Bound to Vengeance (2015)

didn’t have to see any of that shit play out on screen. Nasty business, that. We really liked how this movie wasted very little time getting going, as Eve escaped… Continue reading

Theatrical Review: Maggie (2015)

drink of water in the middle of a desert. It’s just not there. Especially when you’ve had the life sucked out of you by a heartbreaking movie like this one!… Continue reading