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Rape and revenge films often strive for feminist empowerment over the male violators of the protagonists’ womanhood. The power coming to these wronged leading ladies after the perpetrators’ forced penetration on them.
This French/USA production of an updated version of 'Maniac' results in four of the best things a fan of horror cinema could wish for in the hope of an invigorating viewing experience.
Rob Zombie does not strive to make films for the mainstream horror audience or any other kind of fan of the genre for that matter. His creative output is personal as his work is very much made for himself and as a result is a very acquired taste. He is the most polarizing modern horror filmmaker who has ripped open a divide so great that the middle ground falls deep through it.
‘C.H.U.D.’ plays out on the conventions of a sci-fi B movie premise - grotesque mutated creatures that are the result of the government carelessly storing its toxic by-products in the sewers. Although, it also employs the execution of the horror genre - the monsters are more demonic in appearance and there is an array of mutilated bodies sprinkled throughout.
‘Demons’ is a ridiculously entertaining piece of atmospheric gory schlock with a cheesy B movie charm and a very smart premise making it impossible for most hardened horror fans to ignore. Many of that said fandom hail the film as Lamberto Bava’s masterpiece, which really is not saying much looking over the director’s body of work.
Ohio born and bred Jim Van Bebber was an inspiring filmmaker from a very early age making many a movie in high school with his Super 8 camera. One of these 8 mm epics was the kung fu flick ‘Into the Black’ that won him a scholarship to study cinema at Wright State University. The martial arts love letter would become the prototype for Van Bebber’s debut feature.
‘The Exterminator’ followed two years after Michael Cimino’s masterful emotionally shattering depiction of the psychological damages caused by the Vietnam War with 1978’s ‘The Deer Hunter’. If it was not for this film’s title, tagline that reads, “In war, you have to kill to stay alive...
Director Adam Green showed versatility here by moving from one sub-genre of horror to another. His directorial debut ‘Hatchet’ (2007) and its sequel ‘Hatchet II’ (2010) were his bloody comedic homages to the slasher film. During the time between those movies, we had the minimalist survival terror of ‘Frozen’. It is a bleak suspenseful tense tale of a skiing weekend gone tragically wrong.
A serial killer murders the beautiful fiancée of a secret agent said secret agent then tracks down the serial killer. A simple formulaic premise there that is no different from a huge number of Hollywood outings into crime thriller land.
‘Last House on Dead End Street’ is an experience. “Experience” is the key word to remember if you are to fully appreciate this disturbing and truly unique piece of underground low-budget filmmaking as this is what the movie simply is - a cold experience in atmospheric dread.
American Pie began in 1999, and the most recent movie came out in 2012, we wanted to know 'What is your favourite slice of American Pie?'.
American Pie has had a total of eight movies, four in the original series, and four spin-off movies. The movie franchise has had great success and made a lot of money, but we wanted to know whch slice of the Pie was the best.
FIND OUT WHO THE WINNER IS NOW.
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Man of Steel
Superman returns to cinema's next year when the reboot of the series, Man of Steel, opens June 14 2013. With Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer pulling the strings expect more modern approach to this classic story.
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Kick-Ass 2 finally hits our screens this year on 19 July (UK) or 16 August (US). Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Chloë Grace Moretz and Christopher Mintz-Plasse all return for the sequel.
The Lone Ranger
Johnny Depp plays Tonto, who recounts to us the story of The Lone Ranger. Hitting our screens in July is The Lone Ranger. This is set to be an action comedy movie in the same vein as Pirates of the Caribbean.
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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is the second movie in The Hunger Games trilogy, based on the novel Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. The eagerly awaited sequel continues where the first movie left off.
The Hangover Part III
This time, there's no wedding. No bachelor party. What could go wrong, right? But when the Wolfpack hits the road, all bets are off. Hitting Cinemas May 24 2013.
World War Z
World War Z is a brand new zombie movie starring Brad Pitt, Mireille Enos, James Badge Dale and Matthew Fox. The movie looks at the events following a world wide zombie outbreak.
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Steven Seagal returns to our screens with hard-nosed action when hi
Ray Harryhausen has passed away at age 92.
The 2009 movie Moon.
I am working hard for an awesome review to put on this website but,
Greetings again from the darkness.
Just a short blog note. This movie was awesome.
If I had to choose my favorite film critic it would be Roger Ebert.
This weeks movie...
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
This weeks Cult Hero