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Skinamarink (2022) [Shudder movie review]

Skinamarink is the current horror movie dividing audiences that hate anything that isn’t a classic franchise from a decade before they were born. But even they start hating those movies because ...

9.1 Amazing
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Massacre at Central High (1976) [Blu-ray review]

Massacre at Central High was one of those movie that I wanted to watch for the longest time. Now, that it’s getting a proper Blu-ray from Synapse Films, what did I think? For such a corny movie,...

8.5 Great
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Satan’s Little Helper (2004) [Synapse Films Blu-ray review]

Satan’s Little Helper is one of those horror films that was distributed by Universal in the mid 00s that seemingly never made it to many screens. Much like how Universal mishandled House of 1,00...

7.4 Good
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M3gan (2023) [Film review]

M3gan is proof that the January dump season is officially over. It’s not the deep dive pile of misplaced films that don’t have a dedicated audience. Since COVID killed the modern theater e...

8.5 Great
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Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958)

Attack of the 50 Foot Woman is one of those movies that I obsessed over for ages. Then, I discovered the Internet and my weird rabbit holes just kept going deeper. Remember when Christopher Guest did ...

8.5 Great
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God Told Me To (1976) [4K UHD Review]

God Told Me To is one of the Larry Cohen great films. If you ever wanted to see a film about hermaphrodite alien siblings acting under the Command of God, then this is your movie. What did Blue Underg...

9.5 Amazing
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The Christmas Tapes (2022) [Movie review]

The Christmas Tapes is proof that anthologies work best around the Holidays. The Christmas Tapes won’t become a Holiday tradition for most. There is this weird media obsessed push to have fixed ...

6.4 Fair
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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was the first talkie adaptation of the classic Robert Louis Stevenson tale. Naturally, Paramount chose to give it a Christmas Eve 1931 release date. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is ...

8.1 Great
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Mark of the Vampire (1935) [Warner Archive Blu-ray review]

Mark of the Vampire represents an early effort to expand vampires past Dracula (1931). What is Mark of the Vampire? Mark of the Vampire was the first bigger talkie film to treat vampires as something ...

8.2 Great
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