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The Bye Bye Man – Review (VVS Films Blu-ray)

There are particular types of horror films nowadays that all seem the same. They are the MTV flashy, hollow messes and they all lack a certain something, something. The Bye Bye Man is one of those films. The concept, a mysterious monster that hunts down whoever says his name is pretty neat, but the film doesn’t bother to explain the origin of the creature. The film also lacks in the acting d...

The Ganzfeld Haunting – Review

There are times where I watch a movie that is terrible. I sit in front of my computer questioning what the hell I’m going to say about it. The Ganzfeld Haunting is one such movie that is pretty terrible. The story is a mishmash of crappy music and hot chicks stripping down to their skivvies (the only good thing about this movie). “Top Billed” actors look to be placed into the mov...

Hardcore Henry – Review

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I popped in Hardcore Henry (released on Blu-ray* in Canada from VVS Films). Was I going to vomit from the first person view? Was it going to be a cheesy flick? Will I see boobies? All serious questions that needed answering. Well, I’m happy to say that no I didn’t vomit, the film is cheesy, but in a kickass way and yes, there was boobies. Hardcore Henry is a ball ...

Backtrack – Movie Review

Backtrack manages to rise above the other ghostly tales that are similar of it’s kind due to the acting and a story that keeps you interested.

Visions (Blu-ray / Movie Review)

The following movie flew completely under my radar, having only found out about it through a Horror Blu-ray forum that I’m part of on Facebook. After reading a bit about it, I decided I needed to get my hands on it for review and thankfully the fine folks at VVS Films were kind enough to send a copy my way. Visions is presented to us as a typical haunted house horror film, but it isn’t...

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