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Mr. HoleHead’s Warped Dimension Review: Flesh City (2019)

Before I kick of this revoltin’ review, let me state that if you are negatively effected by rapid strobing light and images, you may want to avoid this film. The basics of Flesh City goes as follows: Vyren (Christian Serritiello) meets Loquette (Eva Ferox) in a Berlin industrial nightclub, get a dude named Cyril (Shaun […]

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Mr. HoleHead’s Warped Dimension Review: Troma’s Mutant Blast (2018)

Para-military bad-ass Maria (Maria Leite) frees science experiment TS-347 (Joaquim Guerreiro); a man with superhuman strength…and as a result an entire military complex and their zombies (though that word is taboo in this pic my creeps!) are after their asses but good! Enter: Pedro (Pedro Barão Dias), a real party animal cum ambition deficient dude […]

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Mr. HoleHead’s Warped Dimension’s Sinister Short Film Selection!

Mr. HoleHead’s Warped Dimension, the first-ever online film festival to be presented entirely through the Zoom app (and which our own Joseph Perry brought to your attention right here), is comin’ your way next Thursday, September 24th (though a free preview with trailers & talk is going down this Saturday, the 19th, at 5 pm […]

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Movie Review: Fear Pharm (2020)

Hershel (John Littlefield) offers a gaggle of teens a fabulous cash prize if they make it through his lil’ ol’ corn maze in two hours time. Seems like easy money… except Hershel is a psycho killer qu’est-ce que c’est, and so are his hulking brutish sons and freak-ass daughter (Aimee Stolte), and as you lot […]

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Movie Review: Rent-A-Pal

A lonely bachelor resigned to being the full-time caretaker for his ailing mother becomes increasingly obsessed by a videotape in writer/director Jon Stevenson’s Rent-A-Pal, an unsettling character study that builds into a full-on thriller in its third act. Wonderfully acted and gripping throughout, Stevenson’s directorial debut is a chilling watch. Set in 1990, Rent-A-Pal stars […]

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Blu-ray Review: Ghost Ship (2002)

Back in 1962, pleasure cruise ship the Antonia Graza has nearly it’s entire occupancy scissored in two by a seemingly freak accident involving a broken cable. Flash forward to the modern age, and a group of rough n’ tumble salvagers lead by the no-bullshit Murphy (Gabriel Byrne) catch wind of the ship just floatin’ out […]

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