• The Burningmoore Deaths

    The Burningmoore Deaths

    Former Queensryche lead singer Geoff Tate stars as a father-turned-murderer who wreaks havoc on the crew of a home improvement show in an interesting mash-up of faux documentary and found footage horror movie.

  • Mark of the Devil

    Mark of the Devil

    Explicit torture in the middle ages leads to death, dismemberment and a new found respect for the American justice system and the inquisition.

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    23rd Psalm

    An angel appears on the street as a prostitute and cures the problems of the destitute as a detective chases her murderer.

  • Klopka (The Trap)

    Klopka (The Trap)

    Serbian Film Noir gets a shot of hope in the form of a hot, red Renault 4.

  • Milk

    Milk

    Harvey Milk gets the biopic treatment from Gus Van Sant. Carl F Gauze worries that the man’s life and work might be overshadowed by the need for this to be an Important Movie.

  • Mystechs

    Mystechs

    Hot Tub of Blood (Death by Karaoke). Review by Carl F Gauze.

  • Rebus: Set 2

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    Ken Stott returns as the hard-drinking, hard-smoking, DI John Rebus for a second set of mysteries, based on the books by Ian Rankin. This series sees Rebus dealing with complex ciphers, underworld bosses, duplicitous businessmen, and dead cats, along with the requisite murders in each episode. Joe Frietze gives his best good cop/bad cop.

  • Drop Dead, Gorgeous

    Drop Dead, Gorgeous

    In Vogue (Rise Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.

  • Anatomy of a Secret Life

    Anatomy of a Secret Life

    Psst! Carl F Gauze has a secret to tell about secrets. Peek over his shoulder while he delves into a new psychological study on the motivation and results of living a secret life.

  • The Weeping Buddha

    Carl F. Gauze doesn’t need CSI, he’s got Heather Dune Macadam’s The Weeping Buddha, a tightly written muder mystery revolving around modern forensic science and traditional police leg work.

  • Johnny Dowd

    Steve Stav goes way down with songwriter Johnny Dowd about "happy music," the death penalty, and being called a genius.

  • Bully

    Based on real events, Larry Clark’s Bully recounts a horrific 1993 murder committed by seven teenagers in South Florida. With a look at the DVD, Kiran Aditham examines the many differing viewpoints of the motives behind the murder.

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