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Re-Animator - Movie Review


Based on a series of short stories by H.P. Lovecraft entitled "Herbert West--Re-Animator" from the book "Dagon and Other Macabre Tales". 'Re-Animator' tells the story of Herbert West (Jeffery Combs), a mad scientist whos is also an egomaniac is focused on cheating the gods of death. He has discovered a serum which when injects in the brain of the recently deceased makes the dead stand up and walk. Unfortunately, these are no longer our friends, relatives, or loved ones, but rather adrenaline-dr

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Hellraiser - Movie Review


Larry Cotton and his lovely wife Julie have just moved into an old family home, preparing to start their lives anew. Strange feeling draws Julie to the attic where she is overcome with her passionate sexual memories of her with her true love, Larry's brother, Frank. Suddenly Larry bursts into the attic, blood gushing from a large wound to his hand.Drip...drip . . . drip . . . drip. Blood droplets from Larry's hand drips onto the floor which then seeps deeply into the cracks of the attic floor,

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The Changeling - Movie Review


The movie begins with a rather horrifying scene in which John (George C. Scott) watches his wife and child killed in a horrible car accident. Honestly this scene was pretty crazy to watch as a young kid cause it was completely unexpected. The movie just started and we suddenly witness a woman and child killed in front of their father. I did always wonder why that phone booth was there in the middle of nowhere. John seems to have given up on life and now has decided it's time he sells the apartm

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'The Blackcoat's Daughter' - Movie Review


Most people will probably NOT enjoy this film. Today's movie audiences are only interested in films that just have a bunch of jump scares. They don't want to wait or think, hence why an amazing film like 'The Babadook' had so many mixed reviews. I believe I read one review that claimed that this film was a meandering bore. Like I said this film isn't for everyone so I will reframe from name-calling. 'The Blackcoat's Daughter' is a smart, dark, eerie and simply put one of the best horror films I

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The Amityville Horror - Movie Review


Ronald DeFeo, ruthlessly murders his entire family with a shotgun for no apparent reason. The detectives that arrive to try and make sense of the crime place the time of death at approximately 3:15 AM. Thus begins the Amityville Horror.

One a year later, George (James Brolin) and Kathy Lutz (Margot Kidder), are shown the house and instantly fall in love with it. After quickly purchasing the home, they, along with Kathy's three children, immediately move in. Eager to begin their new life togethe

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'The Exorcist III' - Movie Review


When I was a kid I rented 'The Exorcist 3' and I honestly do not know why. I remember not enjoying 'Exorcist 2: The Heretic' so I don't know what made me decide to give the sequel a try? Maybe, it was because they were selling it as William Peter Blatty's return to the series. I remember when I tried to watch the movie I passed out. I don't think I ever really watched this entire film. It wasn't until the guys over at Red Letter Media did a review of this movie and talked about how much they do

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'The Howling' Movie Review


A lot of people love vampires. A lot of people. I like vampires. Not as much as some other paranormal investigators, I know; but I do like them. I just don’t like my living dead being attractive and super sexualized. My favorite vampire films are films like ‘Near Dark’, ‘Let the Right One In’, ‘Martin’, ‘The Lost Boys’ and ‘Fright Night’. Maybe this is why I never fully loved vampires as much as I do Werewolves. I love werewolves. They are vicious, ferocious, majestic, terrifying, and deadly cr

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'Night Of The Living Dead' (1990) - Review


There are very few remakes that can surpass the original. I found that to be the case way back in 2009 when I noticed so many films were announced to be remade. Most of them were trash, only some truly captured the magic of the original. Remakes, when they are done right can live up to the original. When I think back on it films like John Carpenter's remake of 'The Thing from Another World' (aka "The Thing") it was not really a remake. It was a loosely based sequel disguised as a remake. The re

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