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Believe It Or Not, You Shouldn't Trust A "Gnome"

5 hours ago

Kind-hearted Zoe (Kerry Knuppe) is having a tough time. Her mother is heavily medicated. Her step-father is a molester. She works at a convenience store to put herself through college, where she is receiving unwanted attention from a professor, and one of the store’s regulars, a homeless woman nicknamed Ms. Mae (Willow Hae), is killed in a hit-and-run accident. Before Ms. Mae dies, she passes along a curse to Zoe which gives her a witch’s mark on her skin and the unwanted protection of a murderous gnome (Verne Troyer).

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- Rachel Kolb

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Damici Makes "Late Phases" Howl

6 hours ago

Late Phases: Night of the Lone Wolf stars an appropriately gruff, grizzled and grumpy Nick Damici as Ambrose McKinley, a blind Vietnam War vet who has just moved to the picturesque retirement community of Crescent Bay following the death of his wife. Accompanied by his trusty seeing eye dog, Shadow--the only living thing that he seems to approve of--McKinley proceeds to settle down and wait for death to come for him, even going so far as to ask his son to drive him to shop for tombstones. However, after the one neighbor to greet him kindly dies in a gruesome late-night attack, and brave Shadow meets a similar, tragic fate, McKinley is forced to come out of retirement and be the one thing he was ever truly good at: a soldier.

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- Lee Jutton

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"Nightbreed" Emerges From The Grave

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Clive Barker ranted and raved; then he hoped and prayed. Finally, some enterprising horror devotees hunted and found, giving him the chance to deliver on a promise 25-years in the making. In 1990, Morgan Creek slashed Clive Barker’s adaptation of his own novella, Cabal, into a flimsy pseudo-slasher, in that there was almost no violence in the actual movie but they wanted to cut a trailer catering to the least common denominator schlock fan. The marketing completely avoided the monster elements and more nuanced dark romantic fairy tale. The result was a box office misfire and one really unhappy Mr. Barker. For over two decades, he spoke at conventions and in interviews about the real Nightbreed, a monster mash love story, lost on the cutting room floor. Finally, it has arrived, but its story to final release is as surreal as the fantastical creature world of Midian.

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- Kyle North

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Stop! "Adventure Time"

8 hours ago

With a spoonful of Dungeons & Dragons, a pinch of Game of Thrones, and a whole lot of hand-drawn escapades, Cartoon Network’s prolific Adventure Time returns to DVD, picking up in the post-apocalyptic Land of Ooo with Episode 30 of Season 5: Frost & Fire. Young Finn wakes from a pleasurable dream wherein Flame Princess and Ice King, voiced by Jeremy Shada, Jessica Dicicco, and Tom Kenny respectively, do battle. Waking before the resolution, Finn orchestrates an epic confrontation of fireballs and ice lighting, until Flame Princess realizes Finn has betrayed her trust to antagonize the fight and leaves him to learn an important lesson about friendship and betrayal. So begins the 16-episode collection that juggles puberty with comedy.

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- Kyle North

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