Channel Zero – Butcher’s Block, Episode 6: “Sacrifice Zone”

Zoe and Alice must confront the reality of the Peach family, as well as the family’s rent agreement with the Pestilent God.

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Twin Peaks – Season 3: “The Return, Part 16”

Dougie wakes up, but he isn’t himself. In Twin Peaks, Audrey finally gets to go out dancing. Or does she?

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Twin Peaks – Season 3: “The Return, Part 6”

Coop continues life as Dougie, as Janey-E tries keeping her husband out of debt. But bad, bad people are after Dougie. Can Coop survive?

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Twin Peaks – Season 3: “The Return, Part 5”

Coop is still trapped as Dougie, his doppelganger is still in jail. And life in Twin Peaks is still as difficult and dark as ever.

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Twin Peaks – Season 3: “The Return, Parts 1 & 2”

In NYC, an anonymous billionaire funds a strange experiment. In Twin Peaks, the Log Lady gives Deputy Chief Hawk a clue. In Buckhorn, a hideous murder starts an investigation into a school principal.
And 25 years later Agent Dale Cooper’s still missing.

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Lynch’s BLUE VELVET is Like Disturbing(ly Good) Literature

Lynch’s film uses his surrealism through the absurd, burrowing to the underbelly of small town America & into the psychosis of a violent man.

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Refn’s FEAR X: Paranoia Abound as Turturro Goes Mad

FEAR X is a stunning look at fear, paranoia, guilt, and the dangerous path on which it can all put us.

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David Lynch’s Eraserhead: Existential Terror at its Finest (and Most Elusive)

Eraserhead. 1977. Directed & Written by David Lynch. Starring Jack Nance, Charlotte Stewart, Allen Joseph, Jeanne Bates, Judith Roberts, Laurel Near, V. Phipps-Wilson, Jack Fisk, Jean Lange, Thomas Coulson, John Monez, Darwin Joston, T. Max Graham, Hal Landon Jr., & Jennifer Chambers Lynch. American Film Institute/Libra Films. Rated R. 89 minutes. Fantasy/Horror ★★★★1/2  One ofContinue reading “David Lynch’s Eraserhead: Existential Terror at its Finest (and Most Elusive)”

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Psychological Cracks and Shadows of Polanski in Darling

Darling. 2015. Directed & Written by Mickey Keating. Starring Lauren Ashley Carter, Sean Young, Larry Fessenden, Helen Rogers, John Speredakos, Brian Morvant, & Al-Nisa Petty. Glass Eye Pix/Alexander Groupe. Unrated. 78 minutes. Horror/Thriller ★★★★ Mickey Keating is one of my favourite writer-directors over the past few years in indie horror. While the low budget charmContinue reading “Psychological Cracks and Shadows of Polanski in Darling”

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Secret Rural Lives: Uncle John the Protector

Uncle John. 2015. Directed by Steven Piet. Screenplay by Erik Crary & Piet. Starring John Ashton, Alex Moffat, Jenna Lyng, Ronnie Gene Blevins, Cynthia Baker, Andy Cameron, Adria Dawn, Tim Decker, Don Forston, Janet Gilmme, Gary Houston Matt Kozlowski, & Ashleigh LaThrop. Uncle John Productions. Not Rated. 113 minutes. Crime/Drama/Mystery/Thriller ★★★★★ Digital editing technician, cinematographerContinue reading “Secret Rural Lives: Uncle John the Protector”

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More Disturbing Halloween Horror: Blood, Guts, Skulls and Stuff

With a list for the disturbed, one for zombies/living dead/infected, a 31-day map of horror and even a list for Halloween-ers who aren’t horror fans, I’ve come to one with a special disturbing dedication: blood and gore and uncomfortable pains! While the other disturbing list is a bunch of general unsettling movies, this one isContinue reading “More Disturbing Halloween Horror: Blood, Guts, Skulls and Stuff”

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