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The Inhabitants (Review)

The Inhabitants (Review)
The Inhabitants Review by Rob Rector It’s often so difficult to maintain a pioneering...

The Wicked Within (Review)

The Wicked Within (Review)
Old School Horror by Nav Qateel Premise: After a year passes since the sudden...

Nightmare Code (Review) (II)

Nightmare Code (Review) (II)
Clear yet confusing by Robert Pagán Have you ever felt like someone was watching...

I Spit on Your Grave 3: Vengeance is Mine (Review)

I Spit on Your Grave 3: Vengeance is Mine (Review)
More gory than the first two by Ed Blackadder Having survived the horrific events...

Con Men (Review)

Con Men (Review)
A fantastic debut by R. Paul Wilson by Nav Qateel When Joe, a highly-skilled...

Stranglehold (Review)

Stranglehold (Review)
Stranglehold Review by Randy Krinsky I’ve always wanted to make a movie, maybe not...

The Backseat (Review)

The Backseat (Review)
A sweet romance with a couple of fatal flaws by Martin Hafer Chris Bellant...

Hidden (Review)

Hidden (Review)
"Hidden is an accomplished film" by Nav Qateel A family are forced to hide...

Nightmare Code (Review)

Nightmare Code (Review)
A microbudget masterpiece by Martin Hafer In a press release, Mark Netter describes his...

Jake's Road (Review)

Jake's Road (Review)
Jake's Road Review by C. Rachel Katz It happens to every film critic. Every...

Doomsday (Review)

Doomsday (Review)
I really wanted to like this by Martin Hafer In recent years, I've seen...

Down, But Not Out! (Review)

Down, But Not Out! (Review)
"[H]ighly recommended for anyone who is a fan of the reality of life" by...

Fire City: End of Days (Review)

Fire City: End of Days (Review)
Surprisingly good by Martin Hafer I am warning you up front that the first...

The Diary of a Teenage Girl (Review)

The Diary of a Teenage Girl (Review)
"[H]ere is a film that boldly asserts itself by silently calling audiences out on...

War Room (Review)

War Room (Review)
"War Room is the worst kind of Christian film" by Steve Pulaski Alex and...

Queen of Earth (Review)

Queen of Earth (Review)
"One of the most mesmerizing and haunting films of the year" by Steve Pulaski...

The Rise of the Krays (Review)

The Rise of the Krays (Review)
Historically innacurate but mildly entertaining by Nav Qateel Initially set just after WWII, Zackary...

East Side Sushi (Review)

East Side Sushi (Review)
A little gem of a film by Martin Hafer I noticed some time ago...

Blood Moon (Review)

Blood Moon (Review)
A refreshing take on werewolves by Randy Krinsky Blood Moon is a fresh spin...

Any Day (Review)

Any Day (Review)
It's frustrating when a film falls apart near the end by Martin Hafer Normally,...

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