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Shelf Space: "Castle Freak" Blu-ray Review

Castle Freak (1995)
Director: Stuart Gordon
Writer: Stuart Gordon/HP Lovecraft
Starring: Jeffrey Combs, Barbara Crampton
Company: Full Moon Pictures

Terror House (REVIEW)

Most horror fans have been there before: you're walking through your local video store, looking for a movie to watch when all of a sudden something awesome catches your attention. Whether it's a movie with a terrible pun for a title, a movie about some freakishly large killer animals or something completely absurd and starring a washed up ‘80s pop-star, once your eyes hit that movie you know that there's nothing else you can possibly watch that night. Unfortunately, as more and more local video stores go under, this experience is becoming less and less common.

Zorg and Andy (REVIEW)

Calculated, intentional B-movies specifically designed for cult appeal are almost always a hit and miss affair. Most of the filmmakers who possess aspirations for camp stardom generally aren't well-versed in the art of comedy, a crucial element needed to assure that these films operate efficiently. Making people laugh is both a science and an art form, and from what I can tell, it's a rather difficult mission to accomplish if you don't know what you're doing. An evening spent with R.W.

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