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Film Review: Nocturne (2016)

SYNOPSIS: A girl running from her past is forced to confront her future when her friends perform an impromptu seance. Dirty secrets are revealed and an uninvited guest joins the party. REVIEW: Alfred Hitchcock defined suspense perfectly.  In his famous analogy, he talks about a scene wherein a group of people are sitting around a table, talking, and without warning …

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Film Review: Freak Out (2015)

SYNOPSIS: Matan, a soldier in the IDF, sets off for a week of patrolling in a remote base in the north of Israel with three soldiers whom he doesn’t know. As the week progresses, the soldiers begin to question whether they will come out of this experience alive. REVIEW: One thing that’s been fairly interesting about globalization is that it’s …

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Trailer: Welcome to Willits (2016)

Deep in the Northern California woods, in the heart of the notorious Emerald Triangle, lies a remote cabin. The residents struggle to fight off the repeated attacks and abductions by mysterious creatures that have plagued them for years. When a local pot farmer is caught up with a wayward group of campers the situation quickly escalates into total carnage.

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Trailer: Reyes (2017)

A down-at-heel author who is trying to get his life back on track is getting into the vortex of an almighty death cult and finds out soon that his destiny is connected to a mysterious woman. Will he be able to get free and to save her by dashing the secret society or will it get even stronger?

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Trailer: Deadpool 2 (2018) Teaser

By the release of Deadpool, Fox had already greenlit the sequel, with Reese and Wernick returning to write, and Miller being looked at to return as director. In April 2016, Fox confirmed that the sequel is in development with Miller, Reese, Wernick and Reynolds returning.  

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Film Review: Maya (1989)

SYNOPSIS: A woman investigating her father’s mysterious death discovers that an evil spirit is responsible and it isn’t long before it starts taking out anyone it comes into contact with in a number of gruesome ways. REVIEW: Review-To be honest I had never even heard of Maya before I watched it so I went into it not knowing a single …

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Interview: Angelica Chitwood (Psychos 2017)

Hello Angelica, How are you? Angelica- I am great! Tell us about “Psychos” and how you got involved with the film? Angelica-I just submitted myself for an audition on the website that you can submit yourself on and I got called for an audition, got a couple of call-backs and got cast. Did you do anything special to prepare to …

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Trailer: Robin (2017)

A traumatized woman is found in a forest, claiming to have witnessed a murder. As the police investigates it they can’t find anything proving her story. The woman is convinced that she’s the next victim and starts her own investigation to figure out what really happened, trying to find the murderer before he finds her. As she comes closer, the …

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Alternative 3: Part 3 – The Conspiracy Lives On

Within a few months of its premiere Alternative 3 began to take on a life of its own, generating rumors of government intrigue and secret plots to destroy the human race—except for really rich people. The most enduring myth is that all prints, promotional materials and even legal contracts relating to Alternative 3 were destroyed in a mysterious fire. To …

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Film Review: Presidents Day (2016)

SYNOPSIS: Several living personifications proving America’s cultural decline are attacked by dead presidents. Only John Wilkes Booth can save them now. REVIEW: Director: David Zuckerman Starring: Jud Zumwalt, David Zuckerman, Michael Minto Not to be confused with 2010’s ‘President’s Day.’ This one has no comma, and several more dead presidents. ‘No comma, and a bunch more dead presidents’ was actually …

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Film Review: The Fun Room (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Eddie Roberts saw something horrible as a child: the torture murder of a woman. Now as an adult, the experience has led to his torturing and murdering young women. REVIEW: We’re in a day and age where everything under the sun has been done. It’s because of that, that you can also recognize the true horror fan filmmakers from …

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Film Review: From the Dead of Night (1989)

SYNOPSIS: After having a near death experience Joanna finds her life in constant danger. She begins to believe that certain forces are trying to bring her back into the world of the dead. Her boyfriend Glen thinks she’s crazy so Joanna turns to her ex-boyfriend, Peter. It just so happens that Peter is a strong believer in the supernatural and …

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Film Review: When Worlds Collide (1951)

SYNOPSIS: “David Randall is a carefree ladies man and skilled pilot who finds he has been let in on the greatest and most terrible secret in the world when he is paid to deliver some mysterious pictures from one eminent astronomer to another. The recipient, Doctor Hendron, confirms the awful findings of the sender: the star Bellus will collide with …

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