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Slew Hampshire (2013)
American Backwoods: Slew Hampshire is a gore lover's delight
As a hardcore horror fan when you see that a film was awarded "Goriest Scene of the Year" by Rue Morgue images of classic Cannibal Holocaust or the works of the "Godfather of Gore" himself, Herschell Gordon Lewis, immediately flash through your brain. Cult is the real gore hound between the two us but it's not like I shy away from it so since Cult was on vacation traipsing all around these Western United States the task of watching this gore fest fell to me. Hopefully he'll be able to watch it soon since he made the connection that enabled us to receive the screener from writer/director Flood Reed in the first place. American Backwoods: Slew Hampshire was also nominated for Best Feature, Best Actor and Best Editing at the 8th Annual Shockfest Film Festival of Hollywood. So let's see what all the fuss is about...
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Ex Machina (2014)
Ex Machina is a must see film if you like to think
Sadly, I know this type of film isn't for everyone. Not everyone likes a film that challenges them to think in this manner, question what it is to be moral, what it is to be intelligent or what it is to be human, among many, many other things. All that without pounding one philosophy or another down your throat. No, Ex Machina allows you to decide these things for yourself if you wish to ponder them. I love my action filled comic book blockbuster summer adventures but honestly, Ex Machina is the type of film I wish would make a billion dollars in theaters. Many won't admit it when pressed or asked but the truth is most people don't like to think, don't like to question things. Most people are sheep just following the herd but if you're one of those sheep that likes to walk against the flow bumping into others as you forge your own path then Ex Machina is a must see film and one I'm sure, like me, you'll want to watch again just to spark even more thought. Most films given a perfect rating do not deserve it in the slightest but I can't find a single flaw in this film and due to the philosophical themes it will make repeat views enjoyable for many reasons. I have no choice and I happily give Ex Machina a perfect 5/5 score.
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