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Happy New Year! This is a 2 part retrospective on the films of the year 2012. We discuss the best and worst of the year’s films. Part 1 deals with the most unique movies our panel saw, the most surprisingly good and bad films of the year and the best horror movie of the year. Part 2 delves into the realms of science fiction and fantasy, and then we get into our picks for the best and worst movies of 2012, as well as what we’re looking forward to for 2013.
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Matthew Currie Holme (P5YCH)
Zena (Real Queen of Horror)
Music: Diamonds in Disguise by Chance’s End
2012 has come and gone, which means it’s time for The Guru to list off his favorite films of the year and, most importantly, why they’re his favorites.
WARNING: Much blood shall be splattered in this here video.
The Guru just saw the British creature-feature Storage 24 starring Noel Clarke of Doctor Who fame, and here are his SPOILER FREE thoughts!
The Guru just got done watching the gory remake of Silent Night, Deadly Night and here are his SPOILER FREE thoughts.
The Guru just watched the found footage outbreak film The Bay by the Academy Award winning director Barry Levinson (Rain Man) and here are his SPOILER FREE thoughts.
Sometimes, I just get the urge to look up a random horror movie. This has provided some of the greatest moments in my cinematic life like Haute Tension, and has also provided absolute garbage like Night Shadow. Given my obvious predilections for Science Fiction, more often than not I’ll open up a Sci-Fi horror over another random movie, which led me to this… interesting… piece of work. To this end I give you Dracula 3000. This film (no relation to the better known Dracula 2000) is one of the most ridiculous movies I have ever watched. It starts off innocuous enough, with a salvage team in the year 3000 coming across an apparently abandoned ship transporting what amounts to a mausoleum, but it quickly devolves as Dracula reveals his true ability: to make ridiculous stereotypes into ridiculous stereotype vampires. Continue reading