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The Watcher (reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

  Released in 2000, The Watcher is one of those movies where a burned out FBI Agent finds himself locked in a game of cat-and-mouse with an overly verbose serial killer.  The FBI agent doesn’t want to get involved and is struggling with a drug addiction.  (It’s always either drugs or a wife who doesn’t […]

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Teenagers From Outer Space (reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

The aliens have landed in California! And they’re teenagers! That may sound like the set up of a 1960s beach movie but actually, Teenagers From Outer Space is an oddly somber little movie from 1959.  Now, just to be clear, somber does not necessarily equal good.  There’s a lot of humor to be found in […]

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The Guardian (Reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

The Guardian, a horror film from 1990, tells the story of a woman named Camilla (Jenny Seagrove), who is hired as a nanny and proceeds to not only claim the baby as her own but also tries to seduce the baby’s father away from his wife. Or maybe Camilla is a druid who kidnaps babies […]

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The Flesh and Blood Show (Reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

I had a few reasons for watching the 1972 slasher film, The Flesh and Blood Show. First off, the film was directed by Pete Walker.  Though Pete Walker may not be as well-known as some of his contemporaries and his overall cinematic output is dreadfully uneven, he was still responsible for enough memorable films that […]

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Little Shop of Horrors (reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

Enter singing. Little Shop…Little Shop of Horrors…Little Shop…Little Shop of Terrors… When I was 19 years old, I was in a community theater production of the musical Little Shop of Horrors.  Though I think I would have made the perfect Audrey, everybody always snickered whenever I sang so I ended up as a part of […]

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Castle Freak (Reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

Originally released in 1996, Castle Freak is a film that I watched a few years ago and seriously, it totally freaked me out!  Seriously, this is one truly creepy, scary, and disturbing film.  I imagine that I’m not alone in having nightmares after watching Castle Freak. Castle Freak takes place in Italy and yes, the main […]

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Sleepwalkers (Reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

So, last night, I was looking for something to watch and I came across Sleepwalkers, a horror film from 1992.  And you know what?  I could sit here and I could get all snarky about Sleepwalkers and I could be hypercritical and all that other stuff.  It’s tempting because the film was written by Stephen King […]

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The Brain From Planet Arous (reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

Are you feeling sad?  Does the world seem to be oppressive and overwhelming?  Do you just need a break from all of the nonstop drama that seems to be the price that we pay for every day of our existence? If you answered yes, all I can say is that I know where you’re coming […]

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Blood Cult (Reviewed By Lisa Marie Bowman)

Oh no!  There are bad things happening!  On a small college campus, co-eds are being stalked and killed by a masked murderer who carries a cleaver.  With each murder, the killer chops off a limb and carries it off with him.  He also leaves behind a mysterious gold medallion, one that appears to feature an […]

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Savage Weekend (reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

Filmed in 1976 but not released until 1979, Savage Weekend is the story of a brave boom mic that takes a trip to upstate New York for the weekend and ends up witnessing a lot of decadent behavior and, eventually, a few gruesome murders.  Sadly, the brave little boom mic apparently has no social skills […]

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