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Uncle Sam (1996) - Lance's Cheesy Reviews

Lance Dale

Uncle Sam (1996) - Lance's Cheesy Reviews

Uncle Sam (1996) Review by Lance Dale     Rating:  2/5 Juds   It’s July. It’s America. Sweat is dripping from every pore and the smoke of last week’s fireworks is still stinging the nostrils. It’s time to saddle up the nearest eagle and prepare for a review of the most patriotic horror movie ever created: Uncle Sam. Uncle Sam was directed by William Lustig, who gave us the amazing classic Maniac and the entire Maniac Cop series. This dude fucking loves maniacs. Find yourself someone who looks at you the way William Lustig looks at a maniac. It was...

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Revenge (2018) Review

Thad Timothy

Revenge (2018) Review

Revenge (2018) Review by Thad Timothy; Writer, Cult Classic Horror Rating: Starring: Matilda Lutz, Kevin Janssens, Vincent Colombe, Guillaume Bouchède Written and Directed by: Coralie Fargeat Writer director Coralie Fargeat makes a stunning debut with the rape-revenge survival thriller ‘Revenge.’  While rape-revenge films have become somewhat tedious over the years, Fargeat’s unique female perspective offers a refreshing new take on the tired, male-driven subgenre made popular by such films as The Last House on the Left (1972) and I Spit on Your Grave (1978). While not nearly as shocking or brutal as the aforementioned films, Revenge has much to offer...

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TerrorVision 1986 (Lance's Cheesy Reviews)

Lance Dale

TerrorVision 1986 (Lance's Cheesy Reviews)

TerrorVision Review by Lance Dale    Rating: 4/5 Juds   TerrorVision is a ridiculously entertaining, 1986, sci-fi/horror/comedy. It was directed by Ted Nicolaou (Subspecies) and produced/written by Mr. Full Moon himself; Charles Band. You might know Charles from his company Full Moon Features and as producer of timeless classics like Puppet Master and (who can forget) Dungeons of Ecstasy. TerrorVision tells the story of a gross but lovable alien who travels to Earth, then proceeds to devour a gross and unlovable family of assholes.   The movie starts with a disgusting alien creature being loaded up into a rocket and...

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The Death of the Slasher

Ty Andreaco

The Death of the Slasher

Through eight sequels the audience witnessed gore and sex smashed together like two pieces of playdoh in the hands of a toddler.

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I Am Mother (Netflix Original) Review

Thad Timothy

I Am Mother (Netflix Original) Review

I Am Mother (2019; Netflix Original) Review by Thad Timothy; Writer, Cult Classic Horror Show Starring: Rose Byrne, Hillary Swank, Clara Rugaard Directed by: Grant Sputore Written by: Michael Lloyd Green and Grant Sputore Director Grant Sputore makes his film debut with the stylishly sullen sci-fi thriller “I Am Mother.” While undoubtedly influenced by the works of genre icons Ridley Scott and James Cameron, Sputore offers a new lens to familiar territory and while I Am Mother fails to reach a high level of excitement, the director’s ambition and ability is fully realized throughout.  I Am Mother tells the story...

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