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  • Beyond the Darkness
  • Five Dolls for an August Moon
  • Kill, Baby... Kill!
  • Vertigo

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  • Sorority House Massacre

    ★★★½

  • The Protector

    ★★★½

  • Attack of the Blind Dead

    ★★★★

  • Death Warrant

    ★★★½

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  • Sorority House Massacre

    Sorority House Massacre

    You can't help but notice the tips of the hat to other films but Sorority House Massacre establishes its own identity as well. The sorority sisters seem non-stereotypically intelligent and empathetic. That all comes out in their relationship with Beth the sister experiencing nightmares from a traumatic childhood experience who they try to help using what they've learned from psychology classes and generally trying to make her feel welcome in the sorority. None of them really seems to deserve to…

  • The Protector

    The Protector

    Jackie Chan as an NYPD detective as the famous city has gradually turned into a cesspool of crime. But, whatever, because they send him and his partner played by Danny Aiello to Hong Kong to rescue the kidnapped daughter of a wealthy New Yorker. Hong Kong looks incredible, so it's definitely worth it. Aiello and Chan infiltrate themselves into the HK underworld by entering a cool massage parlor where the women massage you any way you want. Sleazy and funny with insane fights.

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  • The Thing

    The Thing

    ★★★★★

    A crew of scientists and assorted oddballs at a US research station in Antarctica confront an alien monster from space introduced into their midst by a cute Husky being chased from above by a couple of crazed Norwegians in a helicopter trying to shoot and kill it. It's such a deceiving setup. That opening segment is what introduces both the monster and the paranoia the monster's going to provoke as the Americans eventually get a handle on why the Hell…

  • In the Mouth of Madness

    In the Mouth of Madness

    ★★★★½

    Readers of a popular horror novelist go on crazed murderous rampages driven on by the author who's a cipher for monsters. His disappearance provides the entrance for Sam Neill's role as a free lance insurance investigator to accompany the writer's editor played by Julie Carmen to one of those New England towns straight out of Stephen King known as Hobb's End, hidden away somewhere in New Hampshire. You see from the poster how the madman is placed between the book,…