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Anatomically incorrect – Nurse review

By Richard Haridy April 1, 2014 Nurse is one of those modern, pre-fabricated cult movies like The Human Centipede or Sharknado, designed to be talked about amongst friends though never truly satisfying as a genuinely interesting piece of exploitation cinema. The picture (inspired by the photography of Tim Palen, production company Lionsgate’s chief marketing officer) […]

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Tucker & Dale might go to Yale

One of the most beloved films of the festival circuit this year has been Tucker & Dale vs. Evil, a surprisingly sweet – but extremely gory – horror-comedy about two kind-hearted hillbillies who are terrorised by some dumb-as-a-plank teens in their rickety old cabin/holiday home. Director Eli Craig spoke to What Culture! about the slowburn […]

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