Month: May 2014

Mel’s 5 Second Review: The Conjuring

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The Conjuring
(2013) Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Lili Taylor, Ron Livingston, Shanley Caswell, Hayley McFarland, Joey King, Mackenzie Foy, Kyla Deaver, Shannon Kook, John Brotherton and Joseph Bishara


A little slow in some parts, this was nevertheless an excellent film. The acting, atmosphere and effects were all top notch, and the reliance on boo!scares were kept to a bare minimum. I don’t buy for a second that this is anywhere near to true, but it makes for a damned good film. There really isn’t anything else to say about this film, just that it’s great, and if you haven’t seen it, go! Go now! It gets 9.5/10, it’s darn near a perfect horror film.

I don’t think this film is currently on Netflix, but it’s well worth the price of a rental, or even the price of buying the dvd/blu-ray, so go track it down!


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Dr. Catsu Reviews Shame The Devil (2013)

Stigmatophilia's gore splattered corner of insanity.

‘Se7en’ is one of my favourite movies. I saw it at the cinema without prior knowledge and was completely blown away by its gothic aesthetic, by its creative and graphic violence, and by the nihilism of it all. Everyone else loved it too and a whole raft of copycats was released, each one more inferior than the last. This trend was reversed by Leigh Whannell’s ‘Saw’ in 2004 which remains one of my favourite movies of the last ten years; it was quickly followed by another seemingly endless stream of copycats and it, along with Eli Roth turdfest ‘Hostel’, heralded a new age of, what came to be known as, ‘torture porn’. It’s not a term I use and think it devalues some films and adds merit to ones that do not deserve it but, in common parlance, it is now an umbrella term for anything in which deliberate and…

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The Religion Show

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It just occured to me that tonight’s show has a lot to do with faith and God and stuff I questions and believe in. My gf recently found out I believe in God and she is an Atheist. She still loves me and she finds it funny. Tonight’s show we have from the movie Way of the Wicked which stars Christine Slater and Vinnie Jones the director Kevin Carraway. its a religious supernatural thriller. But before that we have the female cenobite from Clive Barker’s Hellraiser 2 Hellbound Barbie Wilde. Pam and I also talk about the passing of H.R. Giger, Garou Wolfman and the new GODZILLA and The Sacrement.




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