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V/H/S 2 – A Review

In 2012, anthology film “V/H/S” captured the interest of the horror community. Though met with mixed reviews, the movie’s concept—six short segments, all shot in the increasingly-popular “found footage” style and presented within the narrative as tapes from a mysterious snuff film collection—was fresh enough to garner major attention, and, of course, spawn a sequel.

2013’s “V/H/S 2” (formerly titled the more-clever “S-V/H/S”), much like the first installment, is a mixed bag. While this sequel improves on many of the first’s problem areas, it also makes some new mistakes and manages to repeat old ones.

This time around, there are only five segments (including the wrap-around framing story). While the pace of the film is considerably improved compared to its predecessor, one less segment also means a little less variety. Continue Reading

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“Deadgirl”- a review

September 30, 2013 • Views: 4197 •

Directed by Marcel Sarmiento and Gadi Harel Two degenerate teens discover a nameless, zombie-dead-girl. One teen decides to chill with it and play house. The other teen considers having sex with the dead girl, but then decides he is going to focus on another girl. One that is alive. Deadgirl is a

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5 Awesome Vampire Women in Film

September 26, 2013 • Views: 7253

Ever since Bram Stoker started his classic novel Dracula, he put the world of the vampire directly in the hands of men. His count was a wealthy aristocrat, one from an exotic location with powers beyond anything society could imagine. The women of Stoker’s world existed at the whim of men and

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“My Amityville Horror”- a review

September 24, 2013 • Views: 2990 •

Directed by: Eric Walters In November 1974, Ronald DeFeo went floor by floor in his parent’s four-story Amityville home, shooting and killing all six of his family members. DeFeo claimed spirits told him to do it. A year later, George and Kathy Lutz moved their three children, Daniel,

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“Puppet Master” 1989 – a review

September 18, 2013 • Views: 2446 •

Directed by David Schmoeller This classic thriller centers on an ancient Egyptian formula with the ability to create/give life discovered by Andre Toulon, a puppeteer. He is a gentle man, using the power to give his puppets life. When the Nazis learn of this secret, however, they are determined to

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“World War Z” – a review

September 16, 2013 • Views: 1353 •

With all the zombie movies that’ve been bloating up the horror genre, you’d think that fans across the globe would’ve become tired of our slinking, undead friends; but then you’d be thinking wrong. Zombies have come back with full force in the media, and with good reason. They’re no

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