Kolobos (1999)

If the eye is the window into the soul, then the camera is the window into its subjects. That comes to mind as I put my viewing experience into words, which is a bit of challenge because I didn't expect the camera to serve as a means of capturing the beauty and poetry of everyday..

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Terra Formars (2016)

Takashi Miike may not be an expert when it comes to entomology, but he knows how to make the most of an unusual premise. With that in mind, I would describe this as Miike lite, which isn't a bad thing because while he is known for his depictions of sexual deviancy and extreme violence, a..

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Noroi: The Curse (2005)

While I haven't dabbled in paranormal research myself, I was into Masafumi's quest for the truth behind the supernatural occurrences. As such, I felt as though I was observing his sphere of influence. Conversations about ectoplasmic worms, depictions of demonic possession, and the disappearances of locals -- I didn't expect those to have such attentiveness,..

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Death Nurse (1987)

Nurse Mortley may be portly, but that doesn't stop her from satisfying her bloodlust. She's cooped up in the clinic all day, so I can't say I blame her. After all, she's just doing her job, even if her penchant for malpractice sticks out like a sore thumb. I'm glad to know that she doesn't..

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Ghoulies 2

Today James and I breakdown what should be a classic, Ghoulies 2. Building on the "evil/possesed creature" craze of the 80's and throws it in a traveling carnivals house of horrors. This Albert Band (father of Charles Band) directed horror comedy classic was written by Charlie Dolan and Dennis Paoli and was a solid follow..

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Maniac

This week James and I discuss and breakdown the classic 1980 slasher film Maniac, an underrated gem if there ever was one. Starring Joe Spinell and Starcrash co-star and B- Movie queen Caroline Munro. It's a twisted tail of scalps, dead moms and mannequins! Enjoy and thanks for listening!

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The Thing

Perhaps the greatest remake of all time, John Carpenter took the 1951 classic The Thing From Another World and upped the ante big time. Following the novella Who Goes There more closely then the 1951 original, John Carpenter, Bill Lancaster and John w Campbell Jr weave a fantastic horror film in the spirit of Alien...

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