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Movie Review: ‘Man Underground’ Is More Human Drama Than Sci-Fi…And That’s OK

Willem Koda is reclusive and a tad socially awkward. He worked as a geologist on a project for the US government, and during his tenure encountered extra terrestrials. Now he speaks to groups with like minded interests, although there are  some who would refer to him as a conspiracy theorist, based on his personal accounts […]

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Movie Review: ‘Annabelle: Creation’ Crafts A Truly Creepy Origin Tale

Samuel Mullins worked as a toy-maker, and his specialty was crafting custom dolls. He worked from a shop situated in a building that lay adjacent to the home he shared with his wife Esther and their young daughter, Annabelle.  One of his creations was a very distinctive looking doll, which was intended to be a […]

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Movie Review: ‘Bonejangles’ Is A Bungled Attempt At Horror Comedy.

Edgar Friendly Jr. aka Bonejangles is ion the loose and a small tow police force has dispatched all units in an attempt to bring him in. After a brief fracas and the expenditure of nearly all of the towns police force, a few surviving officers manage to subdue the murderous juggernaut. Now these few remaining […]

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Album Review: Explore Your Worst Nightmares With Horrific

Horrific – Your Worst Nightmare Have you ever wished there was an original metal band that perfectly captured the essence of ’80s heavy metal horror flicks Black Roses, The Gate, Rock ‘n’ Roll Nightmare and the like? Well, hessian hordes, Hells Headbangers Records have just answered your prayers with this re-issue of Horrific’s Your Worst Nightmare. Originally released in 2009, […]

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Sigourney Weaver Again Battles Otherworldly Menace In Neill Blomkamp’s ‘Rakka’

After Neill Blomkamp‘s failed attempt at adding a fifth installment to the ‘Alien’ franchise, the visionary sci-fi director announced the creation of his own film production company, Oats Studios. The first offering from the studio is the short ‘Rakka’, a gritty, post-apocalyptic alien invasion film set in the near future. The film opens somewhere in […]

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Movie Review: ‘Devil’s Domain’ Is Devoid Of Any Real Fire

High school…it can be absolute hell, and Lisa Pomson is a young woman who can vouch for the veracity of that statement. She’s a smart, sweet and pretty, but also quite timid. Aside from that, Lisa is just your average bulimic, sexually conflicted cutter, whose parents don’t understand her teenage plight. And while the daily […]

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