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Film Review: Mercy Christmas (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: When Michael Briskett meets the perfect woman, his ideal Christmas dream comes true when she invites him to her family’s holiday celebration. Dreams shattered, Michael struggles to survive once he realizes HE will be Christmas dinner. REVIEW: “Mercy Christmas” has restored my faith in both the titular holiday and the future of indie film making. Michael …

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Film Review: Darkness Rising (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Haunted by her mysterious past, the lone survivor of a family massacre revisits her childhood home on the eve of its destruction, awakening the evil that resides there. REVIEW: The biggest problem with “Darkness Rising” is nothing. Before you respond with the appropriate sound of one hand clapping, allow me to explain why “Nothing” by Edie …

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Film Review: Killing Ground (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A couples camping trip turns into a frightening ordeal when they stumble across the scene of a horrific crime. REVIEW: “Killing Ground” would possibly be the best visual postcard to promote Australian tourism if they could maybe tone down the whole “local loons killing tourists” vibe. Director Damien Power has created a visually lush world for …

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Film Review: Truth of Dare (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Eight college friends head to a “Haunted Rental” for Halloween. But when they replay the game that made the house infamous, they awaken an evil spirit intent on stealing their souls. REVIEW: SyFy Network is well known for their films. I think the word most people use would be “infamous”. Bad writing, cheesy special effects, bad …

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Film Review: Les Affames (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: In a small, remote village in upstate Quebec, things have changed. Locals are not the same anymore – their bodies are breaking down and they developed an outlandish attraction for flesh. REVIEW: “Silence is so accurate,” to quote Mark Rothko. Silence is the key to the heart of Robin Aubert’s “Les Affames” (The Hungry). To be …

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