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Psycho Pass (Season 1) - Anime Review 9/10 Stars

Here’s an anime you’d have to be crazy to overlook. You’d have to be out of your mind to leave out of your anime viewing. Psycho Pass falls very much in the “Serial Killer / Ultra Violent” genre, but in a setting where crime is extremely rare. 395 more words


A Clockwork Orange

Clockwork Orange, A (1971)
★★★★ / ★★★★

Alex (Malcolm McDowell) leads a group of friends (Warren Clarke, James Marcus, Michael Tarn), the four of them collectively known as “droogs,” to commit sociopathic acts of random ultra-violence. 595 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

GOG Responds to Controversial Ultraviolent Killing Game, "Hatred

upcoming PC game that lets you play the role of a mass murderer, has caused quite a stir since its beyond brutal gameplay trailer was released this week. 359 more words

Video Games

Remake Rumble Review: Oldboy

Remake Rumble…? More like Remake Execution.

So, against my better judgment I’ve decided to do this particular Remake Rumble! I guess it wouldn’t leave my mind until I had seen it through. 1,316 more words


Review: Maniac

Deeply disturbing, for a film I just dived into blindly I was not prepared for it (especially when I wasn’t feeling well!)

Elijah Wood plays a serial killer who stalks and targets young women and after stabbing them to death, he scalps them and staples their hair onto mannequins so they can live with him. 285 more words


Review: You're Next

Despite all the atypical slasher cliches, You’re Next does have some appeal. Even if it is a long slew of endless murder.

When wealthy parents invite their children and partners to their countryside house, they are suddenly surrounded by masked murderers who are intent to hunt down and kill every one of them. 450 more words