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A sort of Arnie meets 'The Omen'. So eat your heart out whimpering papist priests with your superstitions and age-old traditions, if you're up against that heavy dude Satan what you really need is our shit-kicking musclebound hero and an arsenal of heavy duty weaponry. One for the boys. find out more...

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Eight months after a disastrous job in Kiev left him physically and mentally scarred, ex-soldier turned contract killer, Jay, is pressured by his partner, Gal, into taking a new assignment. As they descend into the dark and disturbing world of the contract, Jay begins to unravel once again, his fear and paranoia sending him deep into the heart of darkness. An find out more...


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At last, the fourth installment of the zombiemeister's apocalyptic vision has the world under seige by the living dead and the last few human beings have holed themselves up within the walls of an unnamed city. But, being human, things go pear-shaped as internecine squabbling and conniving threaten to destroy the fragile peace, and when the undead menace start to use their "...braaains!" the gore really hits the fan. Action-packed and fun but without any of the smarts and character depth of the find out more...

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An experimental bio-weapon is released turning thousands of people into zombies and, as the multiplying horde of frenzied crazies approach, a dangerous outlaw named Wray, a sexy stripper named Cherry, an unscrupulous smuggler named Abby and the curiously incapacitated Dr Dakota Block, amongst others, must try to escape to a place untouched by the nightmare. The B-movie reinvented, "Planet Terror" is a considerably more successful attempt at homage to the American drive-in Grindhouse cinema than find out more...

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Lee Byeong-Gu is your common-all-garden sensitive blue-collar sci-fi fan who believes that alien beings have infiltrated human society masquerading as ordinary citizens. Convinced that his old boss is a high ranking xenomorph Lee kidnaps him and attempts to discover, by any means necessary, the invaders' nefarious plans. This is genre-bending insanity Korean style and, if you can follow the anarchistic narrative, you're a better man than me, but who cares when you've got more violent, crazy fun find out more...

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Taking its lead from the slasher films of the 70s and 80s, Switchblade Romance follows the desperate struggle for survival that two friends, Marie and Alex, face after a psychokiller attacks the isolated rural home of Alex's parents, leaving a trail of blood and death in his wake. With nods to classics such as Bill Lustig's Maniac, Tobe Hooper's Texas Chainsaw Massacre and John Carpenter's Halloween, Switchblade Romance is played without laughs but with plenty of scares, the acting is well above find out more...

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In the year 2707; Earth's natural resources have been exhausted by mankind and war rages between the soldiers of four leading Corporations. But when a bombardment on enemy lines breaks an ancient seal, a long forgotten horror is unleashed: Necromutants, an army of the ‘not quite dead', who sweep all before them. Only a monk and a rag tag group of fighters stand in the way of the terror and what chance do they… hang on, why am I troubling you with plot outline, this is a slash and slash again act find out more...

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Choppy, choppy, kicky, kicky, bitey, bitey…. The saga continues as Selene, a Death Dealer vampire finds herself hunted by her own kind for the death of Viktor. Hoping to appeal to the last remaining vampire elder, Marcus, Selene and Michael, a hybrid werewolf, set out to track him down. However, Marcus has his own plans and they include his imprisoned lycan brother, William. While Underworld: Evolution is not a plot driven film, it is relentless as our ostracized vampire heroine bounds from one find out more...
VAMPIRES (2002)

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The hugely watchable James Woods, whose character disdains the 'Eurotrash fag' approach to vampire mythology, stars as the streetwise head of a vampire hunting team, who vanquish their foe by firing crossbow bolts at them and dragging them into the light. Carpenter opts for a tough, macho beat-'em-up style, the bloodthirsty creatures get staked, decapitated and torched, the last accomplished by dragging them into the New Mexico sunlight to spontaneously and spectacularly combust. An action-packe find out more...