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Film Review: The Nightmare (2015)

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SYNOPSIS: Eight individuals suffering from a rare disorder called sleep paralysis, where the person is rendered immobile, unable to speak, move or react when falling asleep or awakening are interviewed. Horrifying visions that share a common thread often appear to the sufferer’s in the form of shadow people. Vague, dark translucent entities that stalk the person’s worst nightmares are relentless …

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Book Review: Agony – Author E. Michael Lewis

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Agony By: E. Michael Lewis Samhain Publishing 45 Pages “I did it because they deserved it. I did it because I deserved it.” The Twin Lakes mall seems like your everyday, ordinary locale for browsers, teens and shoppers. Although the merchants grounds wasn’t always the site for serenity and spending. Thomas “Agony” Agonetti had once prowled the center, abducting young …

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Film Review: Estranged (2015)

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SYNOPSIS: While vacationing abroad with her boyfriend Callum, January sustains a tragic motor scooter accident that renders her with amnesia and confined to a wheel chair. The only suitable place for recovery is her family’s estate, the very same family that she’d been estranged from for over six years. Will January overcome seemingly insurmountable odds and see a full recovery? …

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Book Review: Revelation – Author Brian W. Matthews

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Revelation By: Brian W. Matthews JournalStone Publishing 175 Pages “I’m too old to believe in coincidence,” Bartholomew Owens. When an ancient artifact shows up at collector Miles Knight’s home, something most monumental begins to unfold. The silk bag containing the article possesses qualities that challenge the very parameters of his perception. While a band of unearthly dwellers will stop at …

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Book Review: Contrition – Author Robert E. Hirsch

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CONTRITION By: Robert E. Hirsch Journalstone Publishing When a mysterious drifter is saved in a small town off the gulf coast of the Mississippi, strange things begin to transpire. Brother Joseph of The Holy Cross had saved the stranger, Tristan from certain drowning. He’s acquired a certain sense of amnesia knowing little about his past, how he’d gotten into his …

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Film Review: Monsters: Dark Continent (2014)

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SYNOPSIS: Dark Continent, ten years after the events of Monsters the army drafts new recruits to battle the insurgents in the Middle East along-side with an infestation of alien monsters continuously on the rise. REVIEW: Directed by: Tom Green Starring: Sofia Boutella, Joe Dempsie, Johnny Harris, Kyle Soller, Jesse Nagy, Nicholas Pinnock Monsters Dark Continent, (although not as positively received) …

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Film Review: The Barber (2014)

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SYNOPSIS: All fingers seem to point at Francis Visser notorious serial killer as the body count rises and terror rules the night. While indictment seems inevitable the investigating detective botches the case and Visser walks free. Fleeing certain incarceration he adapts a new identity of Eugene Van Wingerdt, a small town barber. Someone isn’t so soon to forget the evil …

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Book Review: Anatomy of Evil – Author Brian Pinkerton

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Anatomy of Evil By: Brian Pinkerton Samhain Publishing 207 Pages When a group of life-long friends embark upon an exotic vacation getaway for a little recreational fishing they soon find out their tropical paradise has much more sinister, unholy connotations than they could have ever imagined. Anatomy of Evil will mark the inaugural reading journey I’ve undertaken with author Brian …

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Book Review: Doppelganger – Author Sean Munger

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Doppelganger By: Sean Munger Samhain Publishing 208 Pages Anine Atherton seems to have acquired what every fair maiden in the late 1800’s has dreamed of. After marrying a successful, handsome gentleman suitor, her groom emigrates with her from her native land Sweden to New York. Settling in a breath taking home newly procured specifically for the newlyweds, all seems like …

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