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Review: Nightmare City (1980)

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A radioactive leak causing mass contamination disrupts the normality of daily human living. While at the airport, TV news reporter Dean Miller (Hugo Stiglitz, Cemetery of Terror) witnesses first hand the dismay of things to come. An unmarked, unidentified airplane lands without authorization. Once the doors of the plane open, a large assembly of ass kicking, gun shooting and axe wielding zombie maniacs come out starving for human blood. The only way to kill these lifeless creatures is a bullet wound to the head. Dean now has to get to the hospital where his wife Anna (Laura Trotter, Miami Golem) works, so they can get out of Nightmare City alive!(read more...)

Review: I, Zombie: The Chronicles of Pain (1998)

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Mark (Giles Aspen) is an investigative writer. While out on a trip, he comes across a deserted and run down house out in the middle of an empty field. Immediately in the first room, he finds the disfigured body of a man sitting in a chair. In the next room, he finds a severly mutilated lady jolting in convulsions on an old mattress. Wanting to help, he picks her up and carries her out of the house. While outside, she bites a chunk out of his neck. Screaming in pain, he drops her to the dead grass and runs away. Once some time goes by, he realizes his wound from the bite has showed no signs of healing. He goes into hiding, away from his normal life, his girlfriend and his job. He gets a flat of his own where his mind will drift away day after day, and his body will begin it's decay.(read more...)

Review: FeardotCom (2002)

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New York City detective Mike Reilly (Stephen Dorff, Blade, The Gate) and Department of Health researcher Terry Houston (Natascha McElhone, The Truman Show) team up to figure out the cause of death involving four victims that seemingly died from a strange virus. It becomes known that all of the victims died forty-eight hours prior to when they first logged on to a Internet website called FearDotCom.com. In an attempt to figure out the reasoning behind their deaths, Mike decides to log on to the site himself. Terry eventually follows along with the sadistic trend as well. Now, with their own life-clocks ticking away to the forty-eight hour mark, they must do what the site tells them to do before they become nothing more than victims of FearDotCom.(read more...)

Review: Premutos: Lord of the Living Dead (1997)


Viewing Premutos is like being a little kid again, waking up earlier than everyone else on Christmas Day to see what's under the tree. Let me just start off by saying I can't even remember the last time I was this impressed with a zombie film that thrives on gore to the most extreme extent. There are no words to emphasize how far this film goes with it's ultra-dose of blood, brains, innards, bodily explosion and dark humor. Director Olaf Ittenbach (The Burning Moon, Legion of the Dead) can easily become any splatter fan's new found hero within five minutes of this film. Of course, it's not perfect; But, the main flaws of the movie aren't really the movie itself, it is basically the horrible DVD transfer...(read more...)

Review: Dagon (2001)

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Paul (Ezra Godden, "Band of Brothers") and his girlfriend Barbara (Raquel Merono), along with the captain and his wife are on a yacht celebrating their new company when things go awry. First off, Paul is having strange dreams. He dreams he is underwater when he meets a beautiful half woman half squid. And just after she shows her 3 or 4 rows of teeth and seemingly looks like she's going to attack, he is awakened by his girlfriend Barbara. Secondly, he has this strange feeling over him, and is concerned with their money and stocks. Barbara gets angry and throws his laptop into the ocean. Right about this time, a vicious storm comes from over a nearby village, and the yacht wrecks into a reef trapping the captain's wife by the leg.(read more...)

Review: Bad Taste (1987)

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Okay folks, this is the one that started it all. Sure, our beloved director Peter Jackson had many works before this epic sci-fi horror romp, but this is the first one he actually was able to finish. Though originally thought of as a disaster, Bad Taste became one of the most popular cult classics of the 80s, and now with Jackson at the helm of the Lord of the Rings series, its popularity just continues to grow and grow....(read more...)

Review: The Attic Expeditions (2001)


Trevor Blackburn (Andras Jones, Nightmare on Elm Street 4) is constantly haunted by flashbacks. He cannot tell what is a dream, or what is real. He awakens in a sanitarium not knowing where he is, with no recollection of his past. When he meets Dr. Ek (Jeffrey Combs, Re-Animator) he is told that he has in fact been there for 4 years, making it 2004, present time. Trevor also learns from this pot smoking mad scientist that he killed his soon-to-be wife during some satanic-esque type ceremony, involving some sort of magical book. The book has remained unfound ever since the night of the ceremony. Dr.(read more...)