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  • Return To Splatter Farm

    Return To Splatter Farm


    "A mysterious killer terrorizes a young woman and her friends at a rural farm in Pennsylvania."

    Mark Polonia returns with a slasher serving in remembrance of his deceased twin brother John Polonia, a sequel to their initial SOV (shot on video) hit, Splatter Farm (1987)!
    Return To Splatter Farm picks up thirty-three years later after the events of the first film. After inheriting the same farm shown in the previous film, a group of friends…

  • Splatter Farm

    Splatter Farm


    SPLATTER FARM (1987)
    "Two young twins are sent to spend time at their aunt's farm. What nobody knows is that the aunt's handyman is a psycho serial killer who dismembers his victims and stores their body parts in the barn."

    Considering twin brother filmmakers Mark and John Polonia were only nineteen years old when they made this, Splatter Farm shows a lot of promise from the amateur directors!
    Shot in Pennsylvania with a limited budget for resources, the Polonia Brothers…

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  • The Dentist

    The Dentist


    THE DENTIST (1996)
    "An extremely successful dentist goes off the deep end after he catches his wife cheating on him."

    For those that remember Blockbuster and make a big fucking deal out of it at every chance they get, they should remember seeing the VHS or DVD artwork for The Dentist or its razor-sharp braces visaged sequel The Dentist 2 (1998)!
    The Dentist is filmmaker Brian Yuzna's attempt at establishing a slasher property. It takes the universal fear every child…

  • Godzilla vs. Kong

    Godzilla vs. Kong


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    GODZILLA VS. KONG (2021)
    "Two of the greatest icons in motion picture history are pitted against one another - the fearsome Godzilla and the mighty Kong - with humanity caught in the balance."

    Legendary's MonsterVerse started off strong with Godzilla (2014), contributed a nice little King Kong effort with Kong: Skull Island (2015), had a rocky digression in quality with Godzilla: King Of The Monsters (2019), and now has landed on firm ground with the best offering they have yet…