Feed the Devil

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The past year or so in horror cinema has not been particularly kind to indigenous peoples…not that the previous century in horror has done them so many favors, either. The recent cannibal opus The Green Inferno may well have been the stinking tip of the noxious iceberg, portraying a “lost” tribe of indigenous Amazonians as wild, murderous, flesh-eating savages. Apparently, not having access to modern conveniences like high-speed streaming services can turn an entire civilization of natives into cannibalistic killers, to which I suppose any of us who have ever experienced our own occasional internet outages can certainly attest…

Click here to read Madison Film Guy’s FULL review of FEED THE DEVIL at Horrornews.net!

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Live Evil (aka Grave Walkers)

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There are a whole lot of lookssortalike’s in the pseudo-zombie flick Live Evil (aka Grave Walkers). There’s a girl who lookssortalike Jennifer Garner. There’s a guy who lookssortalike James Coburn. There’s another guy who lookssortalike Ice Cube. And there’s even a guy who lookssortalike Tony Todd.

In fact, truth be told, at first Live Evil itself lookssortalike a decent movie, but looks can be deceiving…

Click here to read Madison Film Guy’s FULL review of LIVE EVIL at Horrornews.net!

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The Phoenix Incident

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There is an awful lot to like about the new paranoid sci-fi/horror flick The Phoenix Incident.

Presented as an explosive documentary that blows the lid off the government conspiracy surrounding the infamous Phoenix Lights episode, The Phoenix Incident focuses on the disappearance of four Arizona adventurers whose night in the desert on March 13, 1997, landed them smack-dab in the middle of a clash between the U.S. military and alien intruders…

Click here to read Madison Film Guy’s FULL review of THE PHOENIX INCIDENT at Horrornews.net!

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The Devil Lives Here

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For all the hand-wringing over sex and violence in movies and modern culture, today’s artists have nothing on the mythmakers and storytellers of old. From Greek myths to Native legends to the original nightmares spun by those perverse Brothers Grimm, some of the world’s most horrifically cruel and violent imaginings have been around long before Leatherface found his first chainsaw under the Christmas tree.

Borrowing from that extensive history of depravity has long been a winning tradition in horror literature and film, imbuing stories new with the distinction and gravitas of tales timeworn and tested. And that winning streak continues with the nifty Brazilian horror flick The Devil Lives Here

Click here to read Madison Film Guy’s FULL review of THE DEVIL LIVES HERE at Horrornews.net!

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The Rezort

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The Rezort—the 2015 British zombie movie directed by Steve Barker—cannot decide which is worse:  heartless corporate greed and opportunism or liberal crusading and do-gooder-ism. So, both are ultimately depicted with equal derision and disdain. And, more importantly for a film that traffics in undead slaughter and vicious butchery, the personification of each of those dueling societal ills gets their just comeuppance in the end…

Click here to read Madison Film Guy’s FULL review of The Rezort at Horrornews.net!

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