Monthly Archives: March 2011

Isolation (2005)

The low budget creature feature is a tough one. You can either go all out in the schlock horror direction (boobs, blood, and plastic looking monsters raped by bad CGI), or the understated, high tension, indie flick, that relies heavily … Continue reading

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My Super Psycho Sweet 16 (2009)

We’ve all seen those spoiled little airheads on MTV, dripping in more bling than Aladdin could have ever stashed in his cave, wearing more names than Ed Gein, and manipulating people in a way that would make Hitler rethink the … Continue reading

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Burnt Offerings (1976)

Now I’ve never been a fan of Stephen King, mainly because I think the guy hasn’t ever had an original thought in his head, and secondly because I find his books are pretty boring. The guy tends to be ‘inspired’ … Continue reading

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Savage County (2010)

Déjà vu is a funny old thing. That feeling of having experienced the same situation somewhere, somehow before. It happens a lot when watching a film, but it not because you’ve already ’ Déjà’d that vu, its because you have … Continue reading

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