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AMERICAN GUINEA PIG: BLOODSHOCK 1

AMERICAN GUINEA PIG: BLOODSHOCK

AMERICAN GUINEA PIG: BLOODSHOCK REVIEWED “American Guinea Pig: Bloodshock” didn’t make me sick, but made me wince a few times. Dan Ellis leads us down into the madness of forced surg...

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2016 WORLD SERIES: OFFICIAL FILM

2016 WORLD SERIES: OFFICIAL FILM REVIEWED “2016 World Series: Official Film” is the abbreviated take on Chicago finally Flying the W when it mattered. Throughout the next 90 minutes, you g...

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SECRET LIFE OF PETS, THE

THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS REVIEWED “The Secret Life of Pets” proves that Illumination is here to stay in American animation. That being said, there’s something to their whimsical throw...

T.A.M.I. SHOW, THE / THE BIG T.N.T. SHOW: SHOUT SELECT 7

T.A.M.I. SHOW, THE / THE BIG T.N.T. SHOW: SHOUT SELECT

THE T.A.M.I. SHOW / THE BIG T.N.T. SHOW REVIEWED “The T.A.M.I. Show” was filmed just 8 months after The Beatles played Ed Sullivan. This is big because it’s when Rock finally took ov...

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RABID: COLLECTOR’S EDITION

RABID REVIEWED “Rabid” follows Marilyn Chambers in her first mainstream role. After dealing with porn, I guess Cronenberg body horror was the next logical step. That’s why she plays ...

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DEAD RINGERS: COLLECTOR’S EDITION

DEAD RINGERS REVIEWED “Dead Ringers” is probably the most tame of Cronenberg’s 1980s output. That being said, it was a graphic sexual film about steel gynelogical devices and the twi...

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HANDS OF STONE

HANDS OF STONE REVIEWED “Hands of Stone” follows the life of Panamanian superstar boxer Roberto Duran. Well, it does for about the first hour of the film. Then, it keeps wanting to focus o...

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C.H.U.D.

C.H.U.D. REVIEWED “C.H.U.D.” isn’t my favorite of the CHUD movies. I like how stupid Bud the Chud gets, as I feel the later Street Trash improved dramatically on the feel of this mov...

MIA MADRE 21

MIA MADRE

MIA MADRE REVIEWED “Mia Madre” caught me by surprise. I love the films that Music Box picks up in North America, but I usually never know what I’m going to get. Margherita Buy undert...

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