Tumbbad (2018)

Chants, treasure, gods, a curse, rain, a temple, dolls, mutilation of the flesh, lanterns, youth, beautiful scenery, fatherhood, overgrowth, emptiness, fog, risk, and greed. These are all characteristics of Tumbbad, a film that is filled to the brim with detail, a film that because it revolves around the three generations of a family who build..

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Silent Night, Bloody Night (1972)

Looking to sell your grandfather's mansion and make a quick buck, are ya? Well, if you manage to attract minimal attention, chances are the inspectors won't notice anything out of the ordinary -- that is, unless there isn't an unknown assailant who has a penchant for surprising trespassers. Talk about property protection! The bloody bits,..

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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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Alienator (1990)

Maybe the idea is to alienate the viewer? I'm not really sure. One thing is for sure, however: Fred Olen Ray is no stranger to schlock. He should get a medal for taking the most ridiculous concepts and making them into movies because he deserves it. I know that sounds preposterous, but the fact that..

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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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Cleopatra Jones (1973)

If overseas drug cartel are getting greedy, then don't hesitate to get in touch with Cleopatra Jones. Not only is she no slouch when it comes to putting her foot down, but she has a presence -- a presence which emanates from the screen as she busts drug dealers and moves like the desert wind...

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Cemetery of Terror (1985)

If you're looking to spend a night in a cemetery, then you better be sure that doing so doesn't entail encountering a Satan worshipping serial killer unless you're willing to risk your life. It's unlikely you would forget the unsightliness of grisly deaths, especially if you and your friends are pranksters. After all, it's all..

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The Demolitionist (1995)

Hell has no fury like a woman transformed, eh? Well, since that's the case, you no longer have to stay up at night wondering what happen if the world's roughest bunch of criminals were at the mercy of a one woman army because this movie answers that question. Does that mean you'll be rest easy..

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Blood and Black Lace (1964)

Fashion models, brutal murders, exquisite colors, elaborate set pieces, and a rhythmic score. These are the elements that are brought to life in what is a stunner of a giallo, and so the viewing experience is nothing short of engrossing. There's no denying that Bava is at his peak here. He relies on simple methods,..

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