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A group of college kids decide to break into an abandoned convent to tag the bell tower with their sorority/fraternity letters. Continue reading
“The ABC’s of Death”
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A is for Apocalypse… F is for Fart… W is for WTF? This anthology film has 26 different tales from 26 different directors each assigned a letter of the alphabet on which to base their shorts. All of which have one thing in common: a way to die. Continue reading
“Juan of the Dead”
Juan has spent most of his life surviving(“I survived Mariel, I survived Angola, I survived that Special Period and that thing that came later and I’m going to survive this.”), but not doing much of anything else, in Cuba and is willing to fight to keep it that way. Suddenly, there is an uprising of “dissidents,” according to the Cuban government. Now Juan, along with his sidekick, Lazaro; Lazaro’s son, Vladi California; Camilla, Juan’s estranged daughter; a cross dresser named China, and tough-guy, El Primo, must try to survive Cuba being over run by zombies. Not just survive, but make a profit while they help others survive. Their slogan, “Juan of the Dead: we kill your loved ones. How can we help you today?” Continue reading
“A Little Bit Zombie”
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Steve, a mild mannered young man, Tina, his bridezilla fiancee, Sarah, his sister and Craig, his party boy cousin, go to a cabin to plan their wedding. They run into a little snag when Steve turns into a zombie and a pair of self proclaimed zombie hunters come looking for him. Continue reading
“I Didn’t Come Here to Die”
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A group of young volunteers travel to a plot of land 50 miles from the nearest town to start the process of turning the donated land into a summer camp for under privileged kids. A series of unfortunate events and poor decisions follow. Continue reading
“Attack of the Giant Leeches”
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A “Roger Coreman Presents” creature feature. Directed by Bernard L Kowalski, who went on to direct just about everything on tv from episodes of Rawhide, Mission: Impossible, and Gunsmoke to Baretta, Knight Rider, and Magnum PI and much more. Let’s not overlook Playboy centerfold Yvette Vickers as beautiful, but troubled, Liz Walker, wife of a shop owner. Cheesy creature costuming aside, this flick is typical of late 50′s, late Golden Age b-grade movies. Solid schlock, cheaply made, and the musical score is shared with 2 other movies produced by brothers Roger and Gene Coreman. You know what you’re getting when you decide to watch this style movie. Continue reading