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Cabin Fever (2016)

Have you ever had a sudden moment of clarity where you think “I am getting old and theres nothing I can do about it” I certainly have. 1,961 more words


El Rey Launches Short Film Anthology Series With Premiere Hosted By John Carpenter

EXCLUSIVE: Robert Rodriguez’ El Rey Network has announced the launch of The People’s Network Showcase, a new series of specials featuring short films from emerging independent filmmakers all over the world. 607 more words


Blair Witch goes all-in on freakiness, not so much on scares


By Steve Newton

The Blair Witch Project was a huge sleeper hit when it came out in 1999. Made on the cheap, it grossed nearly $250 million worldwide, putting the found-footage horror flick on the map and paving the way for other low-budget cash cows like the… 305 more words

Scary Movies

Green Inferno

Probably not Eli Roth’s best but this film is surely his brand of horror – twisted, unexpected, gory. Green Inferno delivers passable chills and thrills of some decent Cannibal movie shot in great visuals. 98 more words

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Cabin Fever (2002)

College kids, Woods and a cabin… guess where this is going?

When a group of friends head off into the woods for a cabin getaway, they find that they’re partying and debauchery soon gets cut short when one of the group falls sick to a mysterious illness that threatens to not only ruin the getaway, but the lives of the cabins temporary residents. 299 more words


Review Round-Up

Here at The Nerds Templar, we get a lot of movies sent our way to watch. Some are new, some are older. We get Blu-rays, DVDs, online screeners and everything in between. 1,381 more words


Inglourious Basterds (2009)

In German-occupied France, young Jewish refugee Shosanna Dreyfus witnesses the slaughter of her family by Colonel Hans Landa. Narrowly escaping with her life, she plots her revenge several years later when German war hero Fredrick Zoller takes a rapid 101 more words