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Film Review: Darla (short film) (2015)

Darla-short-film-Eric Connelly

SYNOPSIS: A homeless man is interrupted during his nightly routine by a familiar and chilling sound. Will he chose the right path? Will he find salvation? REVIEW: Another short film! Today we have DARLA, written and directed by Eric Connelly. Our story focuses on a nameless homeless man (Matt Fowler)browsing through the dumpsters in a back alley looking for whatever …

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Film Review: Marty (short film) (2015)


SYNOPSIS: A travelling salesman reveals himself as a psychopath when he tries to fill the void his parents left. REVIEW: Another short film, kiddies. this time we have MARTY from writer/director Gregory Fox. Our story focuses on a traveling salesman named Martin J. Donivitz (Danny Ghantous). We see him pull up to a lovely country home, pull out his sample …

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Film Review: Seiren (short film) (2015)


SYNOPSIS: Seirēn is a short film about a fashion model who after a mysterious bite, develops an infection and transforms into a vicious Siren REVIEW: Yet another short film, kids! This time we have a tasty selection from Retro Grave Productions and writer/director Kat Threlkeld called SEIREN. This is a dark fantasy, focusing on a lovely swimwear model named Abigail …

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Film Review: Grace (short film) (2015)

Grace-short-film-movie-Karen Nielsen

SYNOPSIS: A young girl, her dog and a stranger find themselves stranded together in a post apocalyptic world. REVIEW: Another short film, this time we have GRACE from writer/director Karen Nielsen. Basically, it’s after the end of the world. The nature of the the apocalypse isn’t made clear, and really doesn’t matter. A little girl named Grace (Jena Skodje) and …

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Film Review: Smashcut (2009)


SYNOPSIS: After his latest film is met with horrible reviews, Able Whitman sets out to prove the critics wrong by finding inspiration in his cast and crew. Sometimes great art requires great sacrifice- and the director always gets final cut! REVIEW: Directed by: Lee Demarbe Written by: Ian Driscoll Starring: David Hess, Sasha Grey, Jesse Buck, Michael Berryman, Herschell Gordon …

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Film Review: Nixon and Hogan Smoke Christmas (2010)


SYNOPSIS: It’s Christmas eve in Strangeville. The demented duo, Nixon and Hogan, have asked Santa for some sweet, sweet Yule tide weed for their favorite holiday. Unfortunately, Santa mixes up the Christmas weed with Voodoo Zombie weed and smokes himself undead! Now it’s up to our dim-witted heroes to finish Santa’s delivery route or face the end of Christmas as …

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Film Review: Stockholm Syndrome (2008)


SYNOPSIS: Somewhere, in a sleepy rural area. an underground organization is operating. Tales of unspeakable atrocities occur within this business. People are kidnapped, beaten, and, tortured beyond comprehension. Then they are reprogrammed to succumb to the will of their vile captors for their sick games and sold for the highest price. Along with his accomplice, a member of this evil …

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Film Review: Anniversary at Shallow Creek (2010)


SYNOPSIS: All American med student Sam has planned an intimate getaway surprise for his girlfriend Paige, until Sam’s best friend, Paige’s brother Anthony, invites himself and their three other best friends along. The carefree group of twenty-something’s arrive at the remote, picturesque home of Sam’s uncle, unaware they have walked into a trap. They will spend the night in a …

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