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Black Bread (2010) Movie Review

“Black Bread” starts of with a scene of such stunning violence—without giving too much away, it involves a sledgehammer and...

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[Rec] 2 (2009) Movie Review #2

Whenever I’m quizzed about the scariest movies I’ve ever seen, Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza’s creepy 2007 effort “[Rec]” is...

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[REC] 2 (2009) Movie Review

Spanish directors Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza return for more shaky handheld camera action in “[Rec] 2”, the follow up...

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Fermat’s Room (2007) Movie Review

The Spanish “Fermat’s Room” is the latest in the enduringly popular puzzle thriller genre, which sees characters trapped and being...

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The Deal (2006) Movie Review

“The Deal” was shot mainly (if not entirely) in Spain with, in all likelihood, Spanish money, but stars a couple...

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Cronos (1993) Movie DVD Cover

Cronos (1993) Movie Review

The Mexican movie “Cronos” is undoubtedly one of the better horror films of the 1990s. At times unsettling, at other...

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Darkness (2002) Movie DVD Cover

Darkness (2002) Movie Review

The new horror movie “Darkness”, not to be confused with “Darkness Falls” (although both films share similar gimmicks involving darkness),...

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Open Your Eyes (1997) Movie Review

Having seen Cameron Crowe’s American remake of Spaniard Alejandro Amenabar’s “Open Your Eyes” first, it’s inevitable that I would make...

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The Nameless (1999) Movie DVD Cover

The Nameless (1999) Movie Review

Jaume Balaguero’s The Nameless is a stylish psychological thriller that owes more than just a cursory homage to the works...

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