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Film Review: SiREN (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A bachelor party becomes a savage fight for survival when the groomsmen unwittingly unleash a fabled predator upon the festivities. REVIEW: Remember the ages-old mythology direct from the Middle Ages about the Succubus and the Incubus, the female and male demons, respectively, who used powers of sexual allure to draw life force from their victims and …

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Film Review: Don’t Let the Devil In (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS:  After suffering a miscarriage, Newlyweds John and Samantha Harris relocate from New York City to a small Appalachian town where they become wrapped up in a nightmarish tapestry of evil. REVIEW: Alcoholism, miscarriages, PTSD. Sounds like prime fodder for a Hallmark tv movie marathon, right? Except when its completely wrapped in a horror film about Satanism …

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Film Review: Dwelling (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A young couple deliberately moves into a haunted house to contact the other side. Until their conduit, a painted black mirror proves to contain a malevolent presence hell-bent on bringing harm to their new family. REVIEW: It’s always a refreshing sojourn for me, as a reviewer, to head back to that old chestnut formula of the …

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Film Review: Bad Building (2015)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: The Desmond has stood empty for years. With a history of fires, murders and madness not even squatters will go there. But now Johnny Craig, host of ‘America’s Most Haunted’, is going to host a prime-time special there. REVIEW: Growing up on such great haunted house efforts as Lewis Allen’s 1944 classic The Uninvited, Robert Wise’s …

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Film Review: Adaline (2015)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Adaline’s terrifying visions bleed through from the past and become Daniela’s present-day nightmares. REVIEW: Time for another jaunt into the old-house-with-creepy-past-in-a-small-town territory. I have to admit a certain fondness for this type of material and a reluctance to approaching any new entries in the formula. The former is for the simple fact that even the worst …

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