Sunday, August 28, 2011

Fast Zombies With Guns Review

I've seen just about every movie ever made that has to do with zombies. From George A Romero's Night of the Living Dead, to 28 Days Later (not a true zombie film), and Tokyo Zombie (the only zombie film I couldn't sit through.) Fast Zombies With Guns is just plain fun. What would you do if the world was not only overrun with zombies, but fast ones, and they carry guns?! I'd say we wouldn't stand a snowball's chance in hell. This is a great zombie movie with a twist, and just as gory as any other. Definitely add this to your zombie collection!

Almost Invisible: The Party's Over When You're Dead Review

This movie reminded me a bit of Scream and Carrie...and a mixed bag of other teen-party-gone-enormously-wrong films. This low budget movie has everything in it, from the social outcast and popular kids, to naked girls and a creepy house holding them hostage. At the center of all the screaming and mayhem is the strained romance between two of the characters. I really would have liked to have seen more of this. Maybe there will be an Almost Invisible 2. Throughout the movie you wonder what the heck happens to some of these kids. Are they dead, alive, hiding, or what? It all makes sense in the end. There was enough gore and plot twists to keep me well entertained.

Death Angel December: Vengeance Kill Review

I've always loved revenge and vigilante movies. I grew up watching Charles Bronson, Carrie, Mad Max, and just about every martial arts movie. Most revenge films have a male lead, but in Death Angel December it's a feisty and sexy woman. In the movie this girl watches her family brutally attacked and killed. This would mess with anyone's head! Instead of going in for counseling though, she decides to become an assassin when she grows up. Revenge is the only thing on her mind and she doesn't disappoint when she finds the scum bags that killed her family. The ending is both outrageous and satisfying. Who wouldn't want to be able to single-handedly kill off a small army of men?!    

House of Sin Review

This movie reminded me of an erotic and less gory version of Hostile. Remember that movie where the wealthy could act out any fantasy they had? Those fantasies seemed to revolve around torture and murder, while in House of Sin sex is on the menu--and there's a huge variety! Why do I love Philip Gardiner films? He's living a dream, that's why. He has the ambition to follow what intrigues him and makes films from them. It's also interesting to see him "grow" over the years. His films get better, tighter, and more intriguing. I'm always wondering what he'll come up with next. House of Sin didn't disappoint me. There's enough eroticism without downright porn. It's eerie and weird, without making your stomach churn (which I felt while watching Hostile!) What would you do if you entered a house like this? What fantasies do you keep locked up? Or would it shock and disgust you to enter this home?

UFOs Do Not Exist: The Grand Deception and Cover-Up of the UFO Phenomenon Review

Naturally, the title of this film was meant to show how the government wants us to believe that UFOs and aliens from other planets don't exist. They cover up anything and everything that could provide the public with absolute proof of existence of extraterrestrials. What I like about this DVD is the fact that the producer has included a lot of information from decades past and more recent. This way the viewer can get a good look at the years and years of government cover-ups. Sure, I've seen and heard a lot of this stuff before, but I still find it completely fascinating. The film maker is very passionate and knowledgeable about this topic.

Secret Societies And Sacred Stones: From Mecca to Megaliths Review

For tens of thousands of years humans have worshiped stones in various ways. They've carved stone and prayed to stone and built empires with it. In Secret Societies and Sacred Stones we're given detailed information through interviews with experts and many photos and footage. Why did people of the past covet certain stones and what did they feel they could achieve by harnessing its power? Some felt stones could steal your soul while others believed they could protect against evil. Fascinating stuff! I suggest watching this DVD then the director's movie The Stone since it will make even more sense and be that much scarier!

The Stone: No Soul Unturned Review

I love horror movies of all types. I don't care if it's low budget or Hollywood budget. The Stone had an interesting story line where each person was forced to face their inner demons. Humans have some pretty ugly stuff inside them and can be afraid of just about anything. Remember the Stay Puft Marshmallow man in Ghost Busters? In The Stone there isn't anything as silly as that and as the story picks up it grows more intense. The hard music that shows up during the film is something I've come to expect from Philip Gardiner films. Everyone has their unique creative "fingerprint" and this is just one of his. If I saw one of his films without it I'd probably be disappointed!

Aliens From Outer Space: UFO Landings, Crashes and Retrievals Review

I've always been very interested in UFOs and the possibility of alien contact. This DVD covers 50+ years of UFO landings, crashes and retrievals. It's packed with photos and detailed narration of some of the most popular and even little known UFO information. I thoroughly believe we aren't alone in this universe and films like this just add more concreteness to the belief. If you're a UFO buff you should definitely add this DVD to your collection.

Forbidden Knowledge of Lost Realms Review

This 3 disc set of conspiracy DVDs covers Vikings, snake worship, and the Celtic cross. Philip Gardiner always presents these entertaining topics with much detail. Whenever I watch his films it's like being taken on a tour of the the ancient sites. There's so much detail and things to really think about. I love films like that! Whether all of it is true or not isn't the point, but keeping an open mind and mulling over other possibilities and answers is what keeps me coming back to his latest releases.

Monday, August 1, 2011

Poor Chloe King

Guest post written by Rachel Brentmeyer

I really couldn't imagine what it would be like if you were 16 and found out that you were a part of some kind of human cat ancient race. But then on top of that, finding out that you're supposed to unite that race together in the world would be even more to bear. I think thought that Chloe King in the new show The Nine lives of Chloe King is handling it well, considering all things. I've been watching the new show and I've really been following along to all of the details and enjoying it!

I was online trying to find some season finale spoilers just because I'm so interested in it and while I was online looking, I saw the site After I read through it a little bit, I decided to change over my home internet service to the provider.

I didn't find out all that much, besides what I had already figured out. I'm sure that Chloe getting romantically involved with her keeper is going to further complicate things. But at least they can kiss without her killing him!
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