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Join Paul and Corey every Friday night as they explore the world of B-Movies. They sometimes go off topic, but randomness is a gift!

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Interview with Slashervictim666 (REEL)

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An interview with a film maker known as Slashervictim666 about his film “REEL”. As well as other topics.

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Battle Royale (Gratuitous Violence Month)

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Paul and Corey are put on and island and forced to battle their classmates to the death. Will they find a way to escape this depraved game? Find out now?

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Zombie Holocaust (Gratuitous Violence Month)

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A jungle safari goes wrong as Paul and Corey are assaulted by a horde of cannibals, zombies and mad scientist. Will they make it out alive? Find out now!

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Ice from the Sun (Gratuitous Violence month)

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Paul and Corey are transported to an alternate dimension, where the evil wizard Abraham plans on torturing them to death. Will they find a way to escape this terrible fate. Find out now!

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Out of Frame (Requested Review)

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A requested review by Oneiric Omnestar

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On the verge of international fame, Damien Drake walks away from his dark photography of staged death scenes dubbed, ‘The Death Series.’ A year after his withdrawal, he reemerges as a fine art photographer under the guidance of savvy promoter, Lorna Hagen. Despite Lorna’s best efforts, Damien’s new work ‘The Voyeur’ suffers public rejection. As Damien struggles with his commitment to Lorna’s vision, John Godewynn, a man from Damien’s past and the biggest fan of “the Death Series,” returns hellbent on seeing Damien go back to his old creative work. John’s deadly push sends Damien into a spiral where he must choose to submit to the vision of what others perceive or to finally pick up the camera and create the dark “beautiful” images that only he can capture.

Written by Oneiric Omnestar

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Leaf Blower Massacre 2 (Written Review)

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Screen Shot 2018-05-27 at 8.21.51 PM.pngI’ve often said that the easiest way to come up with a concept for a B-Movie is to add the word “Massacre” to the end of literally any noun. After watching the the 2016 horror/comedy “Leaf Blower Massacre 2” by T-Nasty Productions, I can now state with absolute certainty that my long held hypothesis was in fact correct.

While I haven’t seen the original “Leaf Blower Massacre”, I had no difficulties following the plot of this sequel and found watching it to be an entertaining and surprisingly brutal experience none the less.

The story follows a detective duo of questionable competence investigating a series of leaf blower related murders. The murders are somehow connected to professor Shaver Jennings and the recent disappearance of his fiancé.

The film teaches the potential dangers a leaf blower can pose in the wrong hands. The killer seemingly has a penchant for creative murders such as blasting victims to death, impaling victims and even converting a leaf blower into a makeshift machine gun, the killer successful turns murder by leaf blower into an art.

Each murder is accompanied by a chorus of heavy metal music which helped accentuate the brutality of these scenes, while turning each murder into a nonsensical music video one can’t help enjoying.

At the climax of the film, Shavar has a final showdown with the murderer, where past mistakes come to light and all dangerous lawn equipment are retired back to the tool shed where they belong.

“Leaf Blower Massacre 2” manages to balance gratuitous violence with absurd humor in a way that never felt forced. The story managed to tie together appropriately, leaving no loose ends or questions unexplained.

If you have an affinity for practical blood effects, murder mysteries, and every day house hold items being converted into deadly weapons, then “Leaf Blower Massacre 2” is definitely worth consideration.

Out of Frame (Requested Review)

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The purpose of art is to awaken the deep seeded emotions that lay dormant within the far reaches of the viewers mind. Through the use of images, both shocking and beautiful, the artist explores the darkest depths of our souls, exposing the carnal nature of the supposedly civilized man.

While art by its very nature is subjective and inevitably provokes different reactions from onlookers, there is a single universal concept that supersedes all personal and cultural boundaries and connects all of humanity (past, present and future). It is the notion of death that manages to blend sheer horror with ephemeral beauty and blurs the distinction between disgust and arousal

The film “Out of Frame” explores the often overlooked connection between violence and beauty, through a story that challenges traditional notions of art.

Damien Drake is a professional photographer, known for his unorthodox line of works known as the “Death Series”. This series of portraits consisted of models covered in artificial blood and strategically posed to resemble murder victims. However, unbeknownst to the public, the secret behind the realistic quality of the death series is that the models portrayed are in fact dead. Hoping to leave his violent past behind him, Damien attempts to reinvent himself by moving away from death and violence and focusing on different themes entirely. Damien’s new direction is met with poor audience reception, leaving him bitter and unfulfilled as an artist.

Damien contemplates the the direction of his art, when his former employer John abruptly re-enters his life. The past and present collide, as John urges Damien to resume his former life as photographer of death. Struggling to rebrand himself, while trying to keep his violent urges suppressed, Damien’s inner turmoil eventually erupts into a violent confrontation with John.

In the aftermath of the fight, Damien ultimately decides to reject both the senseless violence of the death series and the empty, uninspired art from his new life. He instead chooses to follow his own path embracing his murderous nature, to create new works that reflect his appreciation of beauty and desire to create meaningful art.

Typically films with murder and death as central themes explore the motives and psychology of the killer. “Out of Frame” successfully subverts this cliche by presenting the killer as both an individual character as well as a representative of humanity itself. Through Damien’s conflict, we’re presented with both the blood thirst animal and the aspiring artist that make up the contradiction that is mankind.