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Someone's Knocking at the Door (2009)

We all kill... and fuck... together...
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Pazuzu Iscariot

Someone's Knocking at the Door - We all kill... and fuck... together...

Drugs are never the answer (unless the question is “What shall we do at the weekend?”). It is obvious from the opening credits that Someone's Knocking at the Door is going to feature copious amounts of narcotics, drug addled students dying and a modern psychedelic skew. It is obvious from the opening scene that loose morals and brutal pervertedness... Click to read more "Someone's Knocking at the Door"

Don't Go in the House (1979)

If you do... then don't say we didn't warn you.
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Don't Go in the House - If you do... then don't say we didn't warn you.

Video Nasties taught us a lot of things to "don't" do but some couldn't resist looking in the basement, riding on the late night trains and some were tempted to open the window despite not really knowing which window they were supposed to be wary of. In 1979 the temptation to do what shouldn’t be done arose again with Don't Go in the House, a fairl... Click to read more "Don't Go in the House"

The Cabin in the Woods (2012)

If you hear a strange sound outside... have sex.
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The Cabin in the Woods - If you hear a strange sound outside... have sex.

The Cabin in the Woods is a rarity in modern horror in that it gets a lot right. Directed by Drew Goddard (who also wrote the movie alongside Joss Whedon), it is apparent that his time writing and producing TV was well spent, mastering the art before delving into film. Whedon's influence is also very noticeable within the execution of the film, the... Click to read more "The Cabin in the Woods"

The Los Angeles Ripper (2011)

In the city of dreams... a nightmare stalks.
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The Los Angeles Ripper - In the city of dreams... a nightmare stalks

The second feature length film from Craig McIntyre is endearingly known as The Los Angeles Ripper. This movie presents a noticeable progression from his previous work, A Few Screws Loose, in a number of ways. It has still obviously been produced on a micro-budget but there are noticeable improvements which have addressed a number of flaws apparent ... Click to read more "The Los Angeles Ripper"

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