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  • Train 2008

    ★★ Watched 27 Jul, 2014

    a group of american wrestlers get butchered by an eastern european organ harvesting ring. very gory but not a great film. except for Thora Birch's character these have got to be the weakest athletes ever, they either put up little to no resistance or are knocked out cold by simply being pushed against a wall. overall the killings were pretty gruesome so if you're into that then you might be able to see past its shortcomings and enjoy the film

  • Banshee Chapter 2013

    ★★★½ Watched 20 Jul, 2014

    Genuinely scared the crap out of me. There were more than a few plot holes and the ending didn't totally make sense to me but I really liked this mainly due to the subject matter. Anything involving conspiracy and mind control experiments always sucks me in. Then, you throw in unknown entities (from another dimension? world? we don't really know) and you really have me hooked. The movie does rely on a lot sudden loud noises to scare the viewer…

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  • Martyrs 2008

    ★★★★ Watched 20 Oct, 2013

    FINALLY got to see this today and can't believe i waited this long. This one will definitely need a second viewing, but I recommend everyone horror fan see this at once. Don't let the description of the film mislead you, it sounds like a very simple straightforward film but there's a lot more going on than just senseless violence and gore. A must watch.

  • All About Eve 1950

    ★★★★★ Added

    One of my favorite movies of all time this film is an excellent depiction of the inner pettiness and jealousies that exist in all of us. Bette Davis is absolutely amazing as the aging stage actress coming to terms with the fact that her time in spotlight is reaching its end. You can literally feel the highs and lows of her moods and every deprecating thought and emotion inside her is laid bare for everyone to see. Although her performance steals the show the story itself is well crafted and told through a well paced narrative.