Monthly Archives: September 2011

Blood Beach (1981)

I don’t like the beach for much the same reason I don’t like the crowds at sports events (not to mention the sport itself); it’s too crowded, I always feel overdressed, and there’s far too many fat blokes with their … Continue reading

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Exam (2009)

You never really know somebody unless you’ve been along side them in a working environment; anyone that’s worked in a dead-end, minimum wage deal can tell you that. That cool guy everyone likes is lazy, that sweet shy girl is … Continue reading

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A Horrible Way To Die (2010)

The film going public has always gotten a kick out of movies that allow a glimpse into the mind of serial killers. Whether it’s based in gruesome reality with films like Bundy and 10 Rillington Place, or glossy fictional glamourisations … Continue reading

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Lisa Lisa aka Axe (1977)

‘Video Nasty’ is an umbrella term that exudes a definite notoriety that is very hard for many of these banned films to live up to, but what we fail to remember is that most of the movies are merely deemed … Continue reading

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Puppet Master (1989)

Automatonophobia is the term used to define the fear of wax works, dummies, or anything that has been created to replicate the human form. I didn’t know that there was an actual name for it until recently, having spent most … Continue reading

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