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18.11.19

WRITTEN REVIEW: The Fare - “Full of Curious Surprises and Honesty”

By CORY CARR
“Life is a journey and not a destination”. This old saying tells us that the many experiences and hardships of life are the true reward, and come in the form of wisdom, rather than our intended goals. This hits at the heart of the newly released sci-fi/thriller The Fare, from writer Brinna Kelly and director D.C. Hamilton.
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12.11.19

WRITTEN REVIEW: Bliss - "A Neon Nightmare - Pure Heavy Metal"

By CORY CARR
When I hear the phrase “heavy metal”, what comes to mind are bands like Judas Priest and Ozzy Osbourne – mainstays of the musical sub-genre. But beyond the connection to dark, riffy rock 'n' roll, lays the sci-fi/fantasy comics magazine Heavy Metal. Known best for it's tales of dark and dangerous dystopias, Conan-esque sword and sorcery and highly suggestive erotic imagery.
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21.10.19

WRITTEN REVIEW: Spine Chiller - "Born of Blood & Jack O’ Lanterns"

By CORY CARR
Well, it’s that time of year when the temperatures start to drop, the leaves change color and the corpses of countless gourds litter the homes of America. And during this Autumn season, there is nothing better for those of us who seek spooky than a good horror anthology. And what could be better than a horror anthology set on Halloween?
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7.10.19

WRITTEN REVIEW: Harpoon - "The Blackest of Comedy"

By CORY CARR
We’ve all been in the situation where we’re invited to an after hours work gathering or a family get together that encourages you to bring along a friend. And we all have at least one particular friend, whether it be their attitude or sense of humor, you know that you absolutely CAN NOT take them with you. We’ll say that they are a little too real for their own good.
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30.9.19

WRITTEN REVIEW: Incredible Violence - "Twisted & Surreal"

By CORY CARR
It isn’t everyday that a filmmaker working within the horror genre will attempt to do something new and interesting with a tired cliché premise. More often than not the struggle is getting just enough footage to complete the film without going over budget, let alone running the risk of alienating the audience by creating something to unfamiliar.
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23.9.19

WRITTEN REVIEW: Momo: The Missouri Monster

By CORY CARR
The strange and unexplained has fascinated man kind since the time of early man, and has sparked investigations for centuries. But in the past fifty or so years these topics have never received more attention. Bigfoot leaped into the public’s collective conscious with the release of the iconic Patterson–Gimlin Bigfoot footage in 1967, and since then countless books, television series and documentaries have been made on this and other similar subjects.
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