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Joshua Rohn

Josh is an award-winning filmmaker and writer. You can check out some of his movies and podcasts on his YouTube page.

Film Review: VooDoo (2017)

SYNOPSIS: When Dani, an innocent southern girl, vacations to Los Angeles to evade her increasingly complicated life, she learns that escaping her past isn’t as easy as she hoped. REVIEW: The filmmakers behind VooDoo are not good people, and I don’t mean that as a backhanded compliment or to arouse interest. This film is the definition of incompetent. The people …

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Film Review: Nocturne (2016)

SYNOPSIS: A girl running from her past is forced to confront her future when her friends perform an impromptu seance. Dirty secrets are revealed and an uninvited guest joins the party. REVIEW: Alfred Hitchcock defined suspense perfectly.  In his famous analogy, he talks about a scene wherein a group of people are sitting around a table, talking, and without warning …

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Film Review: The Raking (2017)

SYNOPSIS: A group of college co-eds embark on a weekend-long camping trip as part of a Cultural Anthropology project to research an internet creepypasta urban legend. REVIEW: Orson Welles was an amazing human being.  In his mid-twenties he co-wrote, directed, and starred in one of the greatest movies ever made.  Bryan Brewer, the writer, director, and star of “The Raking,” …

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Film Review: Elder Island (2016)

SYNOPSIS: Based on the true events revolving around Beaver Island, Michigan, and King James Strang… Elder Island. 1856. Peter Wiggentstein turned to the men of the five island families around him and warned, “Tell nothing of this,” as the men all looked at the body of their former Reverend – gunned down just outside his own home – and a …

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Film Review: American Scumbags (2016)

SYNOPSIS: American Scumbags is the new full length feature by Denver filmmaker Dakota Bailey. The film features three interconnected stories revolving around heroin addicted drug dealer/hitman Johnny (Dakota Bailey), sadistic psychopath convict Billy (Darrien Fawkes) and drug kingpin Chester (Fred Epstein). The film takes the viewer into a seedy underworld where crime and drugs rule. REVIEW: What makes a movie, …

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Film Review: The Remains (2016)

SYNOPSIS: After a family moves into an old Victorian home, they discover a chest in the attic containing antiques tainted by a malevolent spirit. As the antiques slowly possess each family member, the spirit grows stronger, hellbent on kidnapping the children. REVIEW: I don’t understand the way people in haunted house movies behave. Can they not google the history of …

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Film Review: The Evil Gene (2015)

SYNOPSIS: FBI agent Griff Krenshaw is dispatched to solve a murder at a federal correctional facility for inmates with a rare genetic defect that leads to psychosis and violence. Once there, Griff becomes convinced that the facility is plagued by a much darker force REVIEW: Perhaps the greatest strength of science fiction is it’s ability to discuss big ideas. Philosophy, …

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