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Episode 033 – Dunkirk, Personal Shopper, The Bird With The Crystal Plumage

    Welcome to Cinema Bluster Podcast Episode number 33. Recorded Saturday, August 12th, Episode 33 includes discussions on Dunkirk, Personal Shopper, Arrow’s release of The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, news, trailers, and other films we watched. If you… Continue Reading →

DON’T TORTURE A DUCKLING Film Review

In honor of the late Lucio Fulci’s 90th birthday, let’s take a look back on one of the greatest films in the Godfather of Gore’s unprecedented filmography. Lucio Fulci’s personal crowning achievement lies within the celluloid inconsistency that is Don’t… Continue Reading →

DEVIL’S DOMAIN Film Review

Taking the classic Faustian tale of selling your soul to the devil, Jared Cohn’s latest film, Devil’s Domain, takes this old adage and blends in modern themes of celebrity culture, sexuality, and cyber bullying. The result is a fun escapade… Continue Reading →

SPLATTERPUNK #8 Review

Jack Bantry returns to the world of black and white photocopied zine publication just shy of two years since the release of issue 7. Not that Bantry has been slacking off, quite the contrary, he released Splatterpunk’s Not Dead, a… Continue Reading →

THE BARN Film Review

  Throwback horror, alongside body horror, has become the flavor of rampant VOD garbage much like the zombie subgenre. While there are a few great titles out there, very rarely do you find one that manages to be more than… Continue Reading →

WE ARE THE FLESH Film Review

  Dancing on a thin line between extreme horror and arthouse cinema, Emiliano Rocha Minter’s dizzying debut, We Are the Flesh, is a hypnotic perversion that plays both devil and angel in the same breath. Certain to piss a lot… Continue Reading →

SPECTRAL Film Review

  In a world where studios are clamoring to create a hit film based on a video game franchise, Spectral is an odd choice as it appears to be clamoring for a video game adaptation. Aside from the indescribable and… Continue Reading →

PITCHFORK Film Review

  Hunter (Brian Raetz) is a small town Michigan guy that moved to New York after graduating from high school. Having recently come out as homosexual, he decides to head back to the farm and face the potential disapproval of… Continue Reading →

HEAD OF THE FAMILY Blu-ray Review

  Despite a one-sheet and plot that seems very reminiscent of Stuart Gordon’s Re-Animator, Charles Band’s, although credited as Robert Talbot, 1996 horror film is far more of a twisted comedy a la Nothing But Trouble than any b-movie spin… Continue Reading →

DETOUR Film Review

  Alcohol makes you say incredibly stupid things, that is a fact that many of us have experienced personally. But what happens when the stupid thing you said is a proposition that involves murder and money? How would you handle… Continue Reading →

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