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  1. Brandon Riggs
    Dec 12, 2016 @ 21:41:03

    I think you got the year for I eat your skin wrong, the real date is 1964


    • screamingsoup
      Dec 13, 2016 @ 14:38:16

      We typically refer to IMDB for a movie’s official year of release, but we understand the flick was filmed in ’64 and not released until ’71. It was just a matter of picking 1 or the other. Tougher movies to make calls like that for are the ones that takes decades to finally be released after filming like “The Evil Clergyman,” “Carnivore,” and Thomas Edison’s “Frankenstein.” Cases like that we’d tend to lean more toward the time it was filmed vs released!


  2. Brandon Riggs
    Dec 14, 2016 @ 16:04:59

    Did you get the list of the 22 movies I e-mailed to you if not please let me know.


  3. Brandon Riggs
    Dec 22, 2016 @ 02:43:46

    With New Years coming around the corner and this year 2016 there has been a lot of good horror, sci-fi, and thriller films this year. Here is a link from Bloody Disgusting show a poll to vote of what you think is the best of 2016.In my opinion I would have a top 10 or 20 list because it looks like a stiff competition.


  4. Brandon Riggs
    Dec 28, 2016 @ 23:29:25

    Since you review Yoga Hosers here’s the first movie that is Kevin Smith’s answer to The Human Centipede, Tusk.I can’t wait to see how he pulls off the weird factor on the third movie Moosejaws.


  5. Brandon Riggs
    Jan 10, 2017 @ 19:18:10

    No it does not bother me I thought it was a little mistake.


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