1. “R-Point (2004)” movie review.

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    I've said it once and I'll probably say it at least four more times, but I want to see more horror movies take place during wartime. Perhaps I should feel guilty for these feelings, as war is horrific enough without ghosts troubling the poor soldiers. Or maybe I should just feel stupid because War movies tend to be epic, big budgeted affairs while the horror genre is on the opposite side of the spectrum. But I love them and "R-Point" stood out even more because it was set during the Vietnam conflict.