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Film Review: The Monster Project (2017)

SYNOPSIS: When aspiring horror filmmakers post an online casting call looking for “real life” monsters to interview for their upcoming documentary called, The Monster Project, they find three individuals claiming to be a skin-walker, a vampire, and a demon. Meeting these monsters at a remote mansion in the woods on the night of a total lunar eclipse, the filmmakers invite …

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Film Review: Snowpiercer (2013)

SYNOPSIS: “The nation’s release the substance CW-7 with the intention of controlling the global warning, but accidentally it results in another Ice Age destroying Earth. The only survivors live in the train Snowpiercer which is driven by a perpetual motion engine created by the millionaire Wilford that lives in the engine part. In 2031, after seventeen years, there is a …

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Film Review: Territories (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Five friends return home from a marriage in Canada to the United States. Not far from the border, two customs officers stop them to check their identity. REVIEW: Director – Olivier Abbou Starring – Roc LaFortune, Sean Devine, Nicole Leroux Cripes, it’s not even safe to travel to Canada. What is this world coming to? “Territories” falls into the …

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Film Review: Drone (2017)

SYNOPSIS: Ideologies collide with fatal results when a military drone contractor meets an enigmatic Pakistani businessman. REVIEW: Have you ever wondered how to make a thriller with not a single fleck of suspense? Have you ever wondered what Sean Bean has been up to since Game of Thrones? Drone answers these questions. Drone is an interesting film (in theory) as …

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Film Review: The Land Unknown (1957)

SYNOPSIS: “Navy Commander Hal Roberts is assigned to lead an expedition to Little America in Antarctica to investigate reports of a mysterious warm water inland lake discovered a decade earlier. His helicopter and its small party, including beautiful reporter Maggie Hathaway, is forced down into a volcanic crater by a fierce storm. They find themselves trapped in a lush tropical …

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Film Review: The Mole People (1956)

SYNOPSIS: “Archaeologists discover a mountaintop temple which leads them to the further discovery an underground civilisation of Sumerians, lost to time and among whom they become trapped. This unknown, centuries-old subterranean patriarchal society comprised of a brutal albino master race (having, over time, lost their pigment in their nearly lightless world), soil-burrowing mole people (a subjugated humanoid slave race that …

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