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subHuman

subHuman

| April 14, 2005

SubHuman is the new release from MTI Home Video hitting your local video store shelf this month. The plot goes something like this according to the back of the box. A young couple is exposed to Martin, a potential madman, who believes that people are being harvested by humanoid parasites that crave human blood. Unless […]

The Ring 2

The Ring 2

| March 14, 2005

Naomi Watts and David Dorfman the creepy looking kid return in the American sequel to The Ring, ingeniously titled The Ring 2. As it is common for most sequels, especially in the horror genre to fail to achieve the greatness of its predecessor, The Ring 2 will also fall into said category. Not without its […]

The Top Three Comic Book Adapted Superhero Films

The Top Three Comic Book Adapted Superhero Films

| March 10, 2005

What’s happening fans, movie lovers, and true believers? Gary here with your latest Film Monthly rant and one of the first ever Film Monthly polls, this one about comic book adapted superhero films. First I would like to thank those of you that read and supported my previous FM rant titled, “Assholes at the Movies”. […]

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Red Riding Hood

Red Riding Hood

| February 8, 2005

Red Riding Hood is a new straight to video horror film being released by our good friends at MTI Home Video. The story goes something like this. Twelve-year-old Jenny McKenzie is abandoned by her mother while living in Rome so she takes up residence. She’s a messed-up kid who’s had a tragic childhood. Her only […]

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Gary’s Best & Worst Films of 2004

Gary’s Best & Worst Films of 2004

| January 27, 2005

I watch a lot of movies. I watch good movies and crappy movies. I watch movies that are meant to be crappy (Troma Films) and movies that aren’t meant to suck but ultimately end up being really crappy (The First Daughter). There were 543 movies theatrically released in 2004. That’s not including straight to video […]

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Chainsaw Sally

Chainsaw Sally

| December 16, 2004

Chainsaw Sally is the new super low budget horror film from Director Jimmy O Burril (Silver Scream). Shot on DV in about two weeks worth of time and featuring April Monique Burril as Chainsaw Sally, this film is true in the independent spirit. Sally is gothic, sexy and talks with a monotone little girl voice, […]

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Brushfires

Brushfires

| November 21, 2004

Split Pillow returns with their unique style of improv filmmaking with Brushfires, the follow up to their feature film debut The Cliffhanger that came out last year. The style of Split Pillow is similar to that of playing Chinese telephone. The idea is improv filmmaking where a story is broken into chapters and a different […]

Saw

Saw

| November 2, 2004

With the Halloween season upon us I always anticipate the new horror films that come out with as much excitement as any true fan. Thanks to an amazing trailer and heavy web campaign, Saw is probably the horror film I am most excited to see. A lower budget film with a first time director named […]

Vlad

Vlad

| October 14, 2004

“In 15th Century Romania, Vlad The Impaler launched a reign of terror so horrific, literally skewering countless victims through the body and skull, that he is viewed by many as the source of the vampire myth.” At least that’s the movie they were trying to make. Vlad features the dying career of Billy Zane (Titanic, […]

I Drink Your Blood

I Drink Your Blood

| October 4, 2004

“Let it be known, sons and daughters, that Satan was an acidhead! Drink from this cup, cleanse yourselves, and together we’ll all freak out!” That’s how the cult classic B-movie I Drink your Blood begins. A group of homeless devil-worshipping longhairs infiltrate an abandoned mining town and take over a rat-infested farmhouse for the night […]

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