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WASDuk Review: Blade Runner 2049

Whether or not you bothered with the original 1982 Blade Runner is important. If you watched the theatrical release, you got the ending where Harrison Ford’s Rick Deckard ran off with Rachel. However, the theatrical release, much to everyone’s disappointment, had edited in cut scenes from Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining where it is implied that…

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WASDuk Review: Cult of Chucky

Let’s not pretend that the Child’s Play franchise is any good. The original trilogy had one horror classic in its debut but the messes that are Child’s Play 2 and Child’s Play 3 drove a hard point home, if nothing else: Chucky is a good idea and horror fans love the little possessed doll but…

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WASDuk Review: Houses That October Built 2

There is always going to be a mix of good and bad things that arise from the independent cinema. Yes, there will be more jobs for actors and directors and they’ll all try to cash in on insta-video or streaming services. In contrast, you’ll also get niche films with no real use or with any…

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WASDuk Review: 7 Witches

7 Witches came to our attention after getting positive feedback from the Creepypasta crowd. And what’s the risk with this weird, little bunch that pride themselves on being so depressed that each thinks she or he may be a demon? Discovering another Slender Man hoax that has gone too far, developing utter devotion to that…

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WASDuk Review: Morgan

Morgan kicks off with video footage of the title character (Anya Taylor-Joy; see her in the amazing The VVitch if you haven’t already) springing across a table, fork in hand, to take out the eye of Dr. Kathy Grieff (Jennifer Jason Leigh). Morgan isn’t human, her DNA and cells have been spliced with bio-mechanical parts created by a group of…

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Suicide Squad Breaks August Box Office Record

  We’ve been pretty amused by the large volume of “hate-viewers” who scrambled to put out early reviews of Suicide Squad since they didn’t actually watch it. It’s becoming more and more evident that presumptions and personal indifference have led these hate-viewers (people or movie critics who paid to see Suicide Squad despite hating all things DC)) to…

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WASDuk Review: Suicide Squad

Suicide Squad is a competent action film. It doesn’t go overboard yet phenomenally perv like Fox’s Deadpool and that’s okay. The multi-verse set-up in Batman V Superman was considered by most to be a little too brooding, though the new extended cut that shows off more of Darkseid’s minions in addition to further Motherbox footage showcases what should have…

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WASDuk Review: Ouija

Film: Ouija Grade: F Since the posters for Ouija tell you that it is a surefire sign of disaster – posting at the top that it is from the producers of Insidious and Texas Chainsaw Massacre – I bought my ticket in South Korea today with everybody else (actually, the theater was near empty) and took a chance. Why, you ask?…

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WASDuk Review – Justice League: Throne of Atlantis

Film: Justice League: Throne of Atlantis Grade: D The first entry in DC’s latest Justice League animated reboot was tedious. Justice League: War even threw in a short sneak-peek-a-la-Marvel after its credits, where Ocean Master was introduced. The aftermath of the Leaguers fight with Darkseid had killed a lot of fish, and Ocean Master no likey. Justice League: Throne…

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WASDuk Review: Tusk

Movie: Tusk Grade: F It’s stupid. It’s in bad taste. It’s impossible. Every movie fan knows that. Look, Tom Six had three people surgically stitched together, ass to mouth, in 2009’s The Human Centipede: The First Sequence and the hoi polloi blew their biscuits. This is supposed to be a farce, people. From the opening scene in…

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WASDuk Review: Jessabelle

Film: Jessabelle Grade: F- Director Kevin Greutert (Saw 3D, Saw VI) knows exactly what he’s doing with this latest ghost-girl-with-long-black-hair Ringu alum. And that’s the main problem. The minor problem is that horror films have always clung to the tag-line that they are based on true events. Lately though, a large line of terrible films…