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reviewed Carrie (2013 film). October 22, 2013
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Carrie (2013 film)
There are movies that are indeed a product of its generation. I do think that Brian De Palma’s 1976 horror classic “Carrie” is one of them. It has been awhile since I saw the original …
reviewed Macabre a.k.a. Darah (Indonesian film). October 09, 2013
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Macabre (Singaporean film)
Slasher films are arguably the most clichéd movie genre around, and yet, somehow, movie viewers can’t seem to get enough of it. Different countries have different interpretations, and …
reviewed Sadako 3D. August 29, 2013
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Sadako 3D
Koji Suzuki’s novel “Ring” has birthed the Japanese horror hit “Ringu”. This film, in turn, has inspired numerous sequels (Rasen, Ring 0, Ringu 2) , an American remake (The …
reviewed Another - Complete Collection (Anime .... August 09, 2013
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Another- Complete Collection (Anime)
Horror Anime often have a sense of familiarity when it comes to character designs and story structure; nonetheless there has been a few that reached that level of suspense that somehow made such things …
reviewed The Conjuring (2013 film). July 20, 2013
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The Conjuring (2013 film)
Ed and Lorraine Warren are husband and wife. They are also two of the most renowned paranormal-occult investigators. During their prime, Ed was the only non-ordained demonologist recognized by the Vatican. …
reviewed Dusk Maiden of Amnesia- Complete Coll.... July 18, 2013
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Dusk Maiden of Amnesia (Anime Series)
Manga-anime series adaptations has been a common exercise in Japan. There are those that succeed, and those that don’t, because the manga series had not been concluded before the airing of the anime …
reviewed Nightmare Detective 2. June 21, 2013
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Nightmare Detective 2
Shinya Tsukamoto has both been successful as an actor and as a director. Tsukamoto had starred in horror hits such as “Marebito” and “Ichi the Killer” that had acquired a cult …
reviewed Evil Dead (2013 film). April 07, 2013
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Evil Dead (2013 film)
Sam Raimi’s horror cult classic “The Evil Dead” back in 1981 is arguably one of the most debated genre film created. Its fans just genuinely love it while I know some people who just …
reviewed Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters (201.... January 25, 2013
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Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013 film)
Director Tommy Wirkola’s (the guy who gave us “Dead Snow“) “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters” had the kind of trailer that gave me the impression that it would be something …
reviewed MaMa (2013 film). January 19, 2013
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MaMa (2013 film)
Guillermo Del Toro’s name is usually enough to get me to see a movie since a number of his handiwork have become some of my favorite films (“Pan‘s Labyrinth“, “The Devil‘s …
reviewed Texas Chainsaw (2013 film). January 06, 2013
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Texas Chainsaw (2013 film)
It has been many years since I saw Tobe Hooper’s 1974 classic “Texas Chainsaw Massacre”. I have seen one sequel or spin off called “TCM: The Next Generation” and the more …
reviewed Excision. January 02, 2013
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You know, every now and then, I would come across a film that would almost blow my mind. Some films blow my mind because they are just so outstanding and then, there are those films that blow my mind …
reviewed The Apparition (2012 film). December 03, 2012
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The Apparition
I have seen so many movies that really are ‘not as advertised’ or rather while a film has an intriguing concept, the filmmakers somehow fumble everything they have built on for some reason. …
reviewed Silent Hill: Revelation. October 28, 2012
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Silent Hill: Revelation
"Silent Hill" was one of those video games that successfully followed through the genre of 'survival horror' when the first "Resident Evil" game reached new heights. It can …
reviewed The Ward. September 18, 2012
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The Ward
The name John Carpenter is usually enough for me to be drawn to a horror film. His best horror films are arguably the cult classics “Halloween”, “The Fog“, “In The Mouth …
reviewed Black Kiss. September 15, 2012
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Black Kiss
BLACK KISS (original title: SYNCHRONICITY) is from Japanese director Makato Tezuka, son of anime legend Osamu Tezuka (Astro Boy, Kimba the White Lion). The son has yet to fill his father's shoes, …
reviewed [REC] 3: Genesis. August 14, 2012
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[REC] 3: Genesis
Being a fan of Paco Plaza’s Spanish horror films “[REC]” (inspired the American remake “Quarantine”) and its sequel “[REC] 2“, I was ecstatic to learn that the …
reviewed Mutant Girls Squad. July 15, 2012
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Mutant Girls Squad
Japanese films that have the label of “pink violence” are the kind of films that have that unique style that is aimed for a different kind of viewer. Granted, such films are not for everyone, …
reviewed Area 407. July 05, 2012
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Area 407
      It appears like the “found footage” gimmick have really picked up since the days of “The Blair Witch Project”. Not really sure what brought this …
reviewed Prometheus. June 09, 2012
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1979’s horror-sci-fi hit “Alien” made such an impact and up to this day, the film stands as one of the best horror movies ever made. Its sequel “Aliens” made its focus more …
reviewed Piranha 3DD. June 02, 2012
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Piranha 3DD
Let me just say that I was one of the people who liked Alexandre Aja’s “Piranha 3D”. Sure, it wasn’t anything special and it really didn’t do much to expand on the Roger …
reviewed The Road (Filipino Film). May 27, 2012
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The Road
The Philippines is not particularly known for horror movies. I mean, most of the movies produced in that country when I was growing up consists of drama, a lot of action movies and comedy, and of course, …
reviewed The Cabin in the Woods (2012 film). April 14, 2012
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The Cabin in the Woods
One of the names that is almost guaranteed to make me want to see a movie (or read a comic book) is Joss Whedon. Despite the less-than-impressive trailers, this was why I’ve decided to take a chance …
reviewed Helldriver. April 04, 2012
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Believe or not, Yoshihiro Nishimura has received several nominations for “Best Asian film” and “Best Make Up” in international and Japanese film awards for “Tokyo Gore Police”. …
reviewed Battle Royale: The Complete Collectio.... March 31, 2012
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Battle Royale: The Complete Collection (2012 Bluray and Dvd Releases)
Originally banned in U.S. shores, the original “Battle Royale” (2000) became a much talked-about phenomenon and a copy of the film became sort of a forbidden fruit among international cinema …
reviewed Exorcismus (2010). March 25, 2012
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Exorcismus (2010)
Being a horror film fan, I am almost always drawn to stories that depict the supernatural and the occult. I have seen a ton of exorcism films and most of them always have a common denominator, it is a …
reviewed Silent House. March 11, 2012
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Silent House
Horror movie remakes are a dime-a-dozen indeed and this is made more fact with 2012’s “Silent House” (it was released at Sundance in 2011). This film is a remake of the Spanish horror …
reviewed The Reef. March 01, 2012
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The Reef
“Jaws” heralded the birth of the epic-horror genre and none have ever made it close to the success it had attained through the decades. It inspired 3 sequels and quite a few knock offs through …
reviewed The Devil's Rock. February 26, 2012
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The Devil's Rock
The last time I saw a film from New Zealand was when I watched “Black Sheep”, which was, well, very different and quite original in its own right. So I chose to check out director Paul Campion’s …
reviewed Grave Encounters. February 24, 2012
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Grave Encounters
Horror movies have found a new style meant to instill terror and give the viewer a feeling of ‘reality’ with the first person cinematography or otherwise more known as the handheld camera …
reviewed The Dead (film). February 16, 2012
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The Dead
The past few years, American zombie horror movies have since fallen into the area of mediocrity. Even the recent fan favorite “Zombieland” wasn’t all that great. Even the proclaimed …
reviewed The Innkeepers. February 13, 2012
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The Innkeepers
I like independent horror. It is a welcome treat and provides a freshness that Hollywood horror had often ignored. I lucked out when I managed to view Ti West’s latest limited movie release on demand. …
reviewed High School of the Dead. February 12, 2012
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High School of the Dead
I wasn’t really expecting much when I saw the first season (12 episodes) of “High School of the Dead” and being based on the manga series by Daisuke Sato and Shoji Sato, I have to admit, …
reviewed Final Destination 5. February 10, 2012
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Final Destination 5
I was actually a fan of the original “Final Destination” and I even enjoyed the first sequel. After that the series went on with almost exploitive fun that relied mostly on the death scenes, …
reviewed The Woman in Black (2012 film). February 04, 2012
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The Woman in Black
There is some hype surrounding director James Watkins’ film “The Woman in Black”. For one thing, Watkins has been known for the sleeper horror hit “Eden Lake”, this film …
reviewed Underworld: Awakening. January 21, 2012
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Underworld: Awakening
I’ve been a fan of the “Underworld” film franchise since it came to light some years ago. I mean, Kate Beckinsale would be enough to draw me into any film, but the story arc of the series …
reviewed Fright Night (2011 remake). January 13, 2012
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Fright Night (2011 remake)
When I first heard of the remake of 1985’s horror-cult hit “Fright Night”, I have to admit I wasn’t really skeptical and yet, I really wasn’t that much excited about it either. …
reviewed The Darkest Hour (2011 film). December 27, 2011
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The Darkest Hour (2011)
After all the season’s festivities, I figured we should go see a film that has been released Christmas day. I mean, everyone appeared to be piling up to see Spielberg’s “War Horse” …
reviewed Stitched, Issue #1. November 03, 2011
Stitched, Issue #1 (regular cover)
I've been with The Beyond the Printed Page community (join here) since its inception; it is a small, specialized community and it has given me more reason to pick up comic books that has been declared …
reviewed Zombie Apocalypse. October 31, 2011
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Zombie Apocalypse
I have never been much of a fan of the horror movies by Asylum; but I have to admit, there are movies that is worth seeing just to pass my time. Seeing as the rise in popularity of the zombie genre with …
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