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Film Review: Sodium Babies (2009)


SYNOPSIS: Produced by LESFILMS DU BALIBARI, SODIUM BABIES is the first feature length from the Team: LES FILMS DE LA LYMPHE. Les Films de la Lymphe gathers directors,audiovisual technicians, musicians, infographists, photographs and actors. Summer 1973. Maurice Chienhmord comes back from serving in the army, glad to catch up with Mary-Jane and this hippy squat. His rest won’t be long ...

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Film Review: Blood Creek (2009)


SYNOPSIS: A struggling, German, immigrant family in West Virginia, in the early 1930’s, receives a letter from the Reich that they will be paid for housing a Nazi scholar Richard Wirth, (Michael Fassbender) while he conducts research. This being the Dust-Bowl/Great Depression era the impoverished family reluctantly accepts the man into their home. Once there, he inquires about an ancient ...

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Film Review: 2012 Supernova (2009)


SYNOPSIS: Professor Kelvin (Brian Krause) is an astrophysicist working for the government who must recognize and confront a violent cosmic threat: a huge burst of radiation hurtling toward the Earth following the cataclysmic explosion of a star in a nearby galaxy. To deal with the approaching menace, the professor devises a bold and risky plan — a planet-sized gamble, in ...

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Film Review: Small Town Folk (2007)


  SYNOPSIS: Stumbling upon the remote village of Grockleton — where backward locals and their creepy landlord (Chris R. Wright) kill uninvited interlopers — married couple Susan (Hannah Flint) and Jon (Greg Martin) find themselves in a fight for their lives. But their situation becomes truly twisted when the landlord decides to take Susan as his own bride. Peter Stanley-Ward ...

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Film Review: Spiker (2007)


SYNOPSIS: A vicious killer who slays his victims with railroad spikes, Adam (Frank Zagarino) escapes an asylum and returns to a town he terrorized once before. With his nasty weapons, Adam starts laying waste to innocent teens who are unfortunate enough to cross his path. Directed by lead actor Zagarino, this gruesome slasher film co-stars David Fralick, Michael Fedele, Lou ...

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Film Review: Sombre (1998)


SYNOPSIS: Serial murderer Jean (Marc Barbé) preys on prostitutes, prowling the backwoods of France for his helpless victims. He meets Claire (Elina Löwensohn) and her sister Christine (Géraldine Voillat) when they hitch a ride after their car breaks down. It doesn’t take long for the women to realize that there’s a madman behind the wheel. Philippe Grandrieux directs this psychological ...

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Film Review: P2 (2007)


SYNOPSIS: It’s the night before Christmas, and workaholic Angela Bridges (Rachel Nichols) is late for her family holiday party. She tries to leave the office, but her car won’t start and her cell phone won’t work — and then she meets the too-friendly security guard Thomas (Wes Bentley). After Angela turns down his dinner invitation, the twisted Thomas spends the ...

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Film Review: Spawn (1997)


SYNOPSIS: Al Simmons, is a military soldier/assassin, who has been betrayed by a covert government agency head named Jason Wynn. Wynn orders his top assassin, Jessica Priest, to assassinate him. After Simmons dies, he is immediately transported to Hell, where Malebolgia, a demonic ruler of the various realms, offers him a Faustian deal. If Simmons becomes his eternal servant and ...

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Film Review: In Memorium (2005)


SYNOPSIS: Two months after being diagnosed with terminal cancer, Dennis Wade, a struggling filmmaker, decides to document his illness. Still free from symptoms, he and his girlfriend, Lily, sublet a house and install motion-triggered security cameras throughout. Two days later…the cameras capture something unsettling: Noises and movement in empty rooms. The next morning, Dennis’ cancer begins to advance at an ...

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