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    Alif hits the streets of Sydney with some BMX BANDITS
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    Josiah "Hit Man" Howard reviews SLAVERS
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    Josiah "Hit Man" Howard reviews TERROR AT RED WOLF INN
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    Alif trips out with Frank Zappa's 200 MOTELS
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    The Man From Thailand reviews the 1962 kaiju classic KING KONG VS. GODZILLA
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    Josiah reviews the creepy 1964 thriller DEVIL DOLL
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    Alif reviews the next installment in the epic blind swordsman series: ZATOICHI THE FUGITIVE
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    Alif hits the dusty trail with legendary outlaws THOMASINE & BUSHROD
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    Divy celebrates the 1980 slasher classic FRIDAY THE 13th
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    Josiah reviews the ultra low budget 70s shocker THE HEADLESS EYES
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    Divy revisits Tobe Hooper's 1974 horror masterpiece THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE
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    Reggie reviews David Lynch's cult classic debut feature ERASERHEAD
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    Divy reviews George A. Romero's zombie classic NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD
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    Josiah reviews the 1957 sci fi thriller SHE DEVIL
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    Divy reviews Bob Clark's 1974 slasher classic BLACK CHRISTMAS
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    Josiah reviews the low budget 1962 thriller STARK FEAR
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    Nuttawut reviews Al Adamson's wacky genre mash up movie HELL'S BLOODY DEVILS
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    Alif reviews the third film in the classic ZATOICHI series
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    Alif reviews the second film in the classic ZATOICHI series
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    Josiah reviews the 1976 southern fried crime thriller JACKSON COUNTY JAIL
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    Alif reviews the first film in the classic ZATOICHI series
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    Divy celebrates Herk Harvey's 1962 low budget cult classic CARNIVAL OF SOULS
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    Seb interviews Patrick Lohmeier and Daniel Gramsch, hosts of the BAHNHOFSKINO PODCAST
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    Nutt reviews the 1980 Thai eco-terror film CROCODILE
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    Sebastian reviews Lucio Fulci's 1982 horror classic THE NEW YORK RIPPER on Blu Ray
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    Divy reviews John Carpenter's 1978 horror classic HALLOWEEN
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    Sebastian reviews the 3 disc limited edition BluRay of Lucio Fulci's horror masterpiece ZOMBIE
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    Sebastian reviews the 3 disc BluRay of Lucio Fulci's horror classic THE HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY
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    Josiah reviews the 1974 Hammer Horror classic FRANKENSTEIN AND THE MONSTER FROM HELL
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    Josiah reviews the 1973 horror film THE CREEPING FLESH
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    Josiah reviews the action packed 1976 heist film ZEBRA FORCE
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    Josh reviews the 1987 urban crime film ENEMY TERRITORY
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    Josiah reviews the 1977 prison drama BROTHERS
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    Josh reviews the 1975 giallo AUTOPSY starring Mimsy Farmer
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    Josiah reviews the 1978 blaxploitation film SUPER SOUL BROTHER
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    Nate reviews the 1968 H.G. Lewis comedy HOW TO MAKE A DOLL
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    Alif reviews the 1979 Peter Weir thriller THE PLUMBER
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    Josiah reviews the 1973 Women (and Men) in Prison classic TERMINAL ISLAND



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