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Game Review: State of Decay

Game Review: State of Decay

State of Decay launched on Xbox 360 Arcade & for Windows, this downloadable single player game is available at a sum of 1600 Microsoft Points. Yes this is another zombie based title that’s swirling around the video game market, after journeying into the open World with cautious optimism I have come to absolutely adore what State of Decay is all about. After viewing the trailer my heart filled with dubious expectations, I am happy to report this release sinks its terrifying claws right into you and serves as an exceptional product to add into any survival horror fans collection!... Read On

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Game Review: LIMBO

Game Review: LIMBO

Have you ever felt lost? Alone? Sort of like you had the world fighting against you- at least, just enough for you to notice? LIMBO is an experience like that. LIMBO is a basic puzzle platformer with dark, brooding visuals and a dark atmosphere that’s tinged with menace- you could die at any moment- you could die horribly at any moment. For example, a spider hiding in the shadows could impale you, tossing away your lifeless corpse to rot forever in the dead, quiet woods. Aesthetically, this game doesn’t disappoint. While it bears rather basic graphics (they’re in black and... Read On

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Movie Review: Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter

Movie Review: Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter

One of America's greatest presidents get an alternate story turning him into a notorious vampire hunter. So is this worth the price of admission? Read On

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Piranha 3DD

Movie Review: Piranha 3DD

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: if you are not one with the wonderfully wacky world of the “Piranha” franchise, you are most likely a fuddy duddy… and nobody likes a fuddy duddy. “P3DD” is more a parody of the remake and its excesses… namely boobs and blood (of which there is plenty of both on display here). It’s 80 minutes of pure silliness crammed full of fantastic cameos (some carryovers from the first) and fish bursting out of places they have no right to be in the first place. If it wasn’t safe to call director John... Read On

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Dark Shadows

Movie Review: Dark Shadows

As soon as the lights went up in the theater my friend turned to me and said “that was terrible.” In reality, there are many, many, many worse films than “Dark Shadows”. I should know. I own quite a few of them. “Manos: The Hands of Fate” anyone? For what it is, the latest Tim Burton/Johnny Depp collaboration is entertaining enough, just kind of draggy in parts. There is just enough humor of the quirky variety (again this is a Burton/Depp collaboration) to keep things moving along… There just isn’t as much in the way of comedy as the trailers... Read On

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Mother's Day

Movie Capsule Review: Mother’s Day (2010)

From the man who gave us “Saw II” thru “IV” and “Repo! The Genetic Opera”: Darren Lynn Bousman’s kinda-sorta remake of the 1980 “Mother’s Day” (the parallels between the two end with them both containing super sadistic mothers) has finally arrived on DVD and Blu in the U.S. courtesy of Anchor Bay. It was completed in 2010. God knows what its been doing dilly-dallying since then. And just in time for the Hallmark holiday the movie owes its name  to boot! Released practically everywhere else on the planet prior, I saw the film a few months back courtesy of a Region 2... Read On

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Game Review: Lone Survivor

Game Review: Lone Survivor

Jasper Byrne’s 8-bit survival horror game, Lone Survivor, is certainly terrifying in ways I can’t begin to explain… I suppose I’ll have to do my best, really. The game takes place in and around an apartment building some while after the outbreak of a horrific, disfiguring disease that turns ordinary people into fleshly, hungry abominations. In short, it’s I Am Legend all over again. However, I think this game is actually better than the aforementioned film. How so? Well for starters, the story feels rather deep- much of the “horror” is psychological in nature. Rather than resorting to cheap... Read On

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Movie Review: The Woman in Black (2012)

Movie Review: The Woman in Black (2012)

The movie opens with fuzzy flashes of a couple getting married and then a woman being pregnant next thing you know Arthur Kipps (Daniel Radcliffe) is standing in front of a mirror obviously upset. In the next scene it turns out that Mr. Kipps has a young boy named Joseph (Misha Handley), Mr. Kipps’ wife passed away during child-birth. Arthur is a lawyer during the 19th century clearly still mourning the death of his wife is giving an assignment from work to go into a small town and finalize some papers left behind at a very old house after the former resident dies.... Read On

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Short Review: The Code (2011)

To start, ‘The Code’ was created for the Splatterfest Weekend of Mayhem in 2011 and was shot and edited in 54 hours. Yes, I said 54 hours! The short is only about six minutes long and it packs a lot of entertainment into that six minutes! Best of all, you can check out the entire short after this review! This short beat out 28 other competing shorts in 11 categories taking awards for Best Film Best Director Best Screenplay Best Editing Best Kill Best Splatter Best Special Effects Audience Favorite Film Audience Favorite Story Audience Favorite Kill Audience Favorite... Read On

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