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T-hom

T-hom works mostly as a film and video Editor, and also utilizes his skills as a a Director, Producer, and Key Grip. His Favorite horror filmmakers are David Cronenberg, Wes Craven, John Carpenter, with a special mention to Frank Darabont for his work on "The Mist" (2007). Find me here: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3364306/

Film Review: Psychotica (Nostrum) (2010)

SYNOPSIS: A group of friends head out to an abandon farmhouse to kick a nasty habit. Little do they know that they are in for the night of their lives. REVIEW: Jonathan Wright’s “Psychotica” is essentially a genre version of Aronofsky’s “Requiem for a Dream” (2000). The story is different, but the style, tone, and theme are all reminiscent of …

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Film Review: Eaten Alive (1976)

SYNOPSIS: A psychotic redneck who owns a dilapidated hotel in the backwater swamps of Louisiana kills various people who upset him or his business, and he feeds their bodies to a large crocodile that he keeps as a pet in the swamp beside his hotel. REVIEW: “Eaten Alive” is director Tobe Hooper’s 1977 follow up to “The Texas Chain Saw …

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Film Review: Boy Wonder (2010)

SYNOPSIS: A young Brooklyn boy witnesses the brutal murder of his mother and grows up obsessed with finding her killer. Thus begins his life as a quiet, straight-A student by day and a self-appointed hero at night. But what is a real hero? And who decides what is right or wrong? As the boundaries blur, Sean’s dual life wears on …

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Film Review: Crowbar (2010)

SYNOPSIS: When a young couple moves into a new house in a new town, something just doesn’t seem right. On their first night, a terrible tragedy strikes these newcomers. The town itself seems to be consuming these strangers. As they search for answers, all they discover are more questions. Will they find the answers in time, or has their fate …

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Film Review: Dark Nature (2009)

SYNOPSIS: A family holiday turns into a fight for survival in the inhospitable wilderness of remote Scotland. REVIEW: “Dark Nature” is a bit of a stereotypical, straight-to-video thriller. First time feature director, Marc de Launay, gives his audience what they expect, while trying to deliver a few surprises along the way. A tension-filled family takes a vacation in the Scottish …

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Film Review: Escapee (2011)

SYNOPSIS: While on a class observation trip at a local mental hospital, young psychology major Abby Jones (Christine Evangelista), has a chilling encounter with high-risk patient, Harmon (Dominic Purcell). She returns home for an evening of normal study with her two roommates unaware of the darkness shes awakened within him. Later that evening a storm moves in, while Harmon escapes …

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Film Review: V/H/S (2012)

SYNOPSIS: When a group of misfits is hired by an unknown third party to burglarize a desolate house and acquire a rare VHS tape, they discover more found footage than they bargained for. REVIEW: “V/H/S” is a new horror anthology that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year. It recently played at the South By Southwest Film Festival and …

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Film Review: Haunted Changi (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Story of what happened to a group of documentary makers shooting a documentary in Singapore’s haunted Old Changi Hospital. REVIEW: “Haunted Changi” is another entry in the horror found-footage sub-genre. Many of the independent entries in this particular type of movie show a lack of experience, and act as a way to hide the amateur cast and crew. This …

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Film Review: The Perfect Student (2011)

SYNOPSIS: When her top student is accused of murder, a criminology professor agrees to defend her in court. But after the student is acquitted, new evidence causes the professor to question the girl’s innocence. REVIEW: “The Perfect Student” is a thriller from direct-to-video connoisseur Michael Feifer ( “Wyatt Earp’s Revenge” (2012), “The Dog Who Saved Christmas” (2009), “B.T.K.” (2008)). It …

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Film Review: Devil’s Bridge (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Wrong place, wrong time, and a long way from home… REVIEW: “Devil’s Bridge” is the debut film from up-and-coming genre filmmaker Chris Crow. A simple story following three friends in the British countryside, the audience watches the paranoia intensify as their interactions with the strange locals become increasingly stranger. A low budget genre film, if there ever was one, …

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