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  • The Dead Hate the Living!

    ★★½

  • Men

    ★★★

  • Troll

    ★★★½

  • Def by Temptation

    ★★★½

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  • The Dead Hate the Living!

    The Dead Hate the Living!

    ★★½

    A late very 90's very low budget full moon zombie jam before Full Moon really doubled down on the cgi and were still kind of trying. A sort of fun but mostly run of the mill effort with its heart in the right place. Made by horror fans clearly but waaaaay too many cutesy on the nose references. Yes you love and want to be Lucio Fulci. Young filmmakers break into an abandoned hospital to film a zombie movie, find…

  • Men

    Men

    ★★★

    What the hell was that ending? I'm not sure if it was good or bad but it was definitely memorable with it's impressive Society-ish effects. Some men are obsessive jerks I guess and at the end of the day to hammer the point home you need a nightmarish effects heavy blenderfuck ending. Anyways, Jesse Buckley retreats to the English countryside after her asshole husband commits suicide. Dealing with the ptsd, looking to get away, she encounters several off putting creepy…

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  • Halloween Kills

    Halloween Kills

    ★★★

    Well, it's the second best Halloween movie that takes place mostly at a hospital...hey I'm just happy Will Patton lived at least, always liked him. Michael escapes the burning house, Jamie and co. head to the hospital and Michael is a one man death machine wiping everybody out as he heads back home to lounge in his sister's room and the boneheaded townies decide to fight back. Off the top of my head it's somewhere in the middle, I'll take…

  • Censor

    Censor

    ★★★★

    When you're a emotionally repressed headcase that is probably not fun at parties, with a past tragedy plus the ptsd, maybe being a film censor isn't the most practical 9 to 5. This is the case with Niamh Algar as Enid, during the early 80's video nasty era UK, "protecting" the moral fiber of public by editing gory horror movies and meanwhile wracked with guilt over the disappearance of her sister years ago. Eventually she reviews a movie that triggers…