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10 Movies For You to Watch on Mother’s Day!

the phone. When Sarah says no, the woman (La Femme) decides that she wants Sarah’s unborn baby instead, and she’s got the scissors to make that happen, so… So basically,… Continue reading

VOD Review: These Final Hours (2015)

SHE LOOK LIKE SHE WANTS TO KILL HIM. We’ve seen Nathan Phillips before in Genre fare like Wolf Creek, and the U.S. version of The Bridge, but here he really… Continue reading

VOD Review: We Are Still Here (2015)

We Are Still Here is sitting at an impressive 90% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, and practically every review of the film that we’ve come across has been glowing,… Continue reading

Theatrical Review: Poltergeist (2015)

We’ve come to accept that remakes are a big thing in Hollywood, and in the Horror Genre especially. People want what’s familiar, and Hollywood wants to make movies… Continue reading

Quick Review: Anarchy Parlor (2015)

covered in tattoos, and might just be a crazy whore. She urges the gang to come with her to the tattoo parlor where she works (cleverly named “The Parlor“) to… Continue reading

R.I.P. Christopher Lee (1922-2015)

The words “Legend” and “Icon” get thrown around far too often in reference to celebrities. When it comes to Sir Christopher Lee however, he’s earned those titles, and… Continue reading

Theatrical Review: Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

…Road is; a masterpiece. The phrase “Best Post-Apocalyptic movie ever made” matters a lot too, because Fury Road is that, as well. Fell free to read the entire review if… Continue reading

VOD Review: The Lazarus Effect (2015)

…especially when it comes to the Horror Genre; don’t worry though, you’ll probably never even know that most of them exist, and you should be thankful for that small mercy…. Continue reading

The Marine 4: Moving Target

…be blowing the whistle on want her dead and send an elite squad of mercenaries to kill her: ambushing the convoy that is supposed to be transporting her to safety… Continue reading

VOD Review: Burying the Ex (2015)

with that unique Dante brand of whimsy that made his Gremlins movies so enjoyable. I’ve also seen interviews with the cast exclaiming how they basically wanted to make this movie… Continue reading