Old Dracula (1974)

Funny how an ounce of new blood can make all the difference in the world, innit? Heh. Well, even if Dracula is no hematologist, he knows a thing or two when it comes to performing a transfusion, so you gotta give him credit where it's due. Not too much credit, though, because otherwise he'll give..

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Don’t Panic (1988)

It is not often that a birthday party from hell occurs, but when it does, you can bet your bottom dollar that pin the tail on the donkey pales in comparison to playing with a Ouija board. But hey, as long as everyone is having a good time, they can open as many doors as..

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Grizzly (1976)

Got a hankering for some hiking? If so, you'd best be careful about where you pitch your tent as bear attacks are more commonplace than you think. So much for the tranquility of nature, eh? The good news is there's plenty of eye-catching scenery on display, what with the luscious backgrounds and sun-drenched greenery. It's..

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Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989)

Funny how an accident changes everything, innit? Well, every once in a blue moon, you have a film which is as chaotic as a ten car highway wreck, which is befitting of Tetsuo: The Iron Man. It is bizarre. It is avant-garde. It is creative. It is kinetic. It is an adrenaline rush which, from..

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Zombie (1979)

I wouldn't mind having a cake in the shape of the worm-eyed zombie's head at some point. It might weird someone people out, but I don't care because this movie is quite the experience. It is gory, entertaining, shocking, hopeless, aquatic, lush, eerie, low-budget, mysterious, surprising, menacing, atmospheric, memorable, violent, intense, unrestrained, trashy, and apocalyptic...

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Disturbing Behavior (1998)

Impressionable young minds, bizarre experiments, and an administration with questionable motives. Sounds like high school at its worst, doesn't it? Well, at least maintaining high marks and having a clean nose are effective ways of curbing teen angst. After all, no parent wants to hear that their child is falling behind, but then again, passing..

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I Saw the Devil (2010)

Revenge is a funny thing because when it is enacted, the point at which it ends is not predictable. In a way, this makes it all the more gratifying for the one who enacts it, which is apparent as per Soo-hyun's encounters with Kyung-chul. Each one serves as a cathartic release to the point where..

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