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Hellraiser: Judgement

“Technology may have advanced but sin remains unchanged.” So says the Lord of Hell, informally known as Pinhead, to his scarred associate designated the Auditor, and he is
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Scalpel

Doctor Phillip Reynolds is supremely, unapologetically arrogant; as a plastic surgeon, perhaps it comes with the territory, and he jokes with his interns at the hospital that as
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House (Hausu)

It’s long been considered that Jaws, released in June 1975, was the film which established the phenomenon of the “summer blockbuster” which now dictates the budgets, release schedules
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Downsizing

A long-time chronicler of middle-class middle America in mid-life crisis, through Matthew Broderick’s teacher taken down by Reese Witherspoon’s scheming student in Election to Paul Giamatti’s endless sunsets
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