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Film Review: El Regreso De Sehdmeled (The Return of Sehdmeled) (short film) (2007)

SYNOPSIS: A group of archeologists travels to Egypt to transfer the London museum’s mummy Sehdmeled. But the guardians of the sands that are responsible for preserving intact the pyramid, are aware of the curse that hides Sehdmeled. REVIEW: Another short film! Today’s selection is EL REGRESO DE SEHDMELED(THE RETURN OF SEHDMELED) from Eskoria Films. Another Spanish language (no English subtitles) …

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Film Review: Dig Two Graves (2014)

SYNOPSIS: A girl’s obsession with her brother’s disappearance leads her on a nightmarish journey through a small town’s Gothic landscape where she is faced with a deadly proposition. How far will she go to save the people she loves? REVIEW: Making a big impression at the 16th Annual Nevermore Film Festival in Durham, North Carolina in 2105, Dig Two Graves …

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Film Review: Entity (2013)

SYNOPSIS: A man deals with the personal tragedy of his family’s death by living at the vacation cabin that they last stayed at. He soon discovers he’s not alone. REVIEW: A single setting horror film is a tricky bit to pull off. Populating the limited space with one human character is an even ballsier endeavor, as it plays with the …

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Film Review: Two Front Teeth (2006)

SYNOPSIS: It’s the night before Christmas and Gabe Snow, a tabloid writer haunted by the Ghosts of Christmas past, is investigating a Yuletide conspiracy – and what he discovers during that investigation will turn his Christmas blood-red. REVIEW: Two Front Teeth is Jamie Nash’s horror/comedy contribution to the passing Holiday parade. Released in 2006, it stars John Francis Wolf as …

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Film Review: Krampus The Christmas Devil Returns (2016)

SYNOPSIS: Five years after the murder of his wife and disappearance of his daughter, former police officer Jeremy Duffin is brought back to help in the hunt for a yuletide monster that punishes children that have been “naughty.” As the monster becomes more erratic and unpredictable, Jeremy learns the truth about the disappearance of his daughter and the fate that …

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Film Review: The Darkest Dawn (2016)

SYNOPSIS: The story of two sisters, as Britain descends into an alien apocalypse. REVIEW: There’s a switcheroo played out in The Darkest Dawn, the second feature from British director Drew Casson. A switcheroo that undermines the film and its characters. In particular, the women. It’s a switcheroo that could have been easily been avoided. But let’s start from the beginning.

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Film Review: Delusion (2016)

SYNOPSIS: Three years after the death of Frank’s wife a mysterious woman appears. As their attraction grows Frank struggles with reality and his loss. He tries to start over not knowing his choices could lead him to his own downfall. REVIEW: Loss is powerful. It covers so many different aspects of our feelings for such a long time that it …

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Film Review: Mantua (2012)

Mantua (2012) Movie

SYNOPSIS: Will the evil organic cult take over the municipal water supply? Will The horrific killings of ‘local talent’ be put to an end? Will Agent Bellman get his Christmas bonus? And who are these people, anyway? Get ready to lick your computer screen as these tasteful delights unfold. REVIEW: One thing can be said for the film “Mantua”, is …

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Film Review: Mischief Night (2013)

SYNOPSIS: Young Emily Walton, who has suffered from psychosomatic blindness ever since the car accident that took her mother’s life, must summon every instinct at her disposal to protect herself and her loved ones from a mysterious intruder. REVIEW: Why does the killer always have to torment the pretty, young, and innocent girl? Maybe they should spend more time going …

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Film Review: Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl (2003)

SYNOPSIS: “William Turner, a resourceful young blacksmith, teams up with the eccentric pirate ‘Captain’ Jack Sparrow to save his love, the Governor’s daughter, Elizabeth Swann, who has been mistakenly captured by the clever and treacherous Barbossa, a former ally of Jack, to make a blood sacrifice so as to end the curse that has been casted upon him and his …

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Film Review: The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)

SYNOPSIS: “With the apparent public discovery of the ‘Site B’ production island full of dinosaurs, John Hammond assembles a team to visit and document the area before it is exploited by others. Included in the four man team are Doctor Ian Malcolm and his girlfriend, Doctor Sarah Harding. When the team reaches the island, they soon discover the presence of …

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Film Review: The Wolfman (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Set in the late 1880s, the film keeps the plotline of the original, with Lawrence Talbot (Benicio del Toro) meeting his father (Anthony Hopkins) following the death (and in the remake, disappearance) of his brother. The film details events during Lawrence’s past that led to his estrangement from his father (which includes Gwen), and the setting is changed from …

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