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Film Review: The Butterfly Room (2012)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A reclusive and butterfly-obsessed elderly lady suffering from bipolar disorder develops a disturbing relationship with a mysterious but seemingly innocent youngster. REVIEW: The Butterfly Room (2012), written and directed by Jonathan Zarantonello, an Italian actor/director, in his first English-language film; starring Barbara Steele, Ray Wise, Heather Langenkamp, and Erika Leerhsen. This low-budget indie with a memorable …

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September Runs Red (aka Aquaphobia) (2012)

SYNOPSIS: Taylor Evans, an attractive, successful, modern-day woman, is finding her world rapidly collapsing around her. A sudden and unexplained phobia to water grips her psyche, shattering her otherwise strong existence. In desperation, Taylor reaches out to Dr. John Cane, a phobia specialist. Dr. Cane’s rise and prominence in the psychiatric community is linked to a successful, but highly controversial, …

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The Boatman (2015)

SYNOPSIS: Miguel is a grizzled, tequila swilling, human smuggler never far from death. Dodging helicopters, drug-traffickers and border patrol, he ferries desperate migrants across the river. His passengers think he is charmed because of his unblemished record, but the locals call him Maldito, because he is cursed, caught between the living and the dead.

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Ghost on Air (2012)

SYNOPSIS: Ping Xiao, a two time “Most Popular DJ” award recipient feels he has been robbed of his potential next award when a younger DJ Pauline steals limelight and his successful Morning show slot. Desperate to get it back, he battles recurring memories of his deceased Horror novelist girlfriend, to bring to his listeners the sensational “Ghost on Air” Horror …

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Psychophony: An Experiment In Evil (2012)

SYNOPSIS: The chilling movie recreates the risky experiment that Dr. Helena Jara undertook with a group of patients suffering from schizophrenia in order to prove that their hallucinations had a paranormal origin. The mystery hidden in the youngest patient, Ainara, will change the course of events. Based on the finding of the original video and audio tapes of the experiment …

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Film Review: Red Krokodil (2012)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: The breakup of the body that this drug causes, helped me to symbolize a breakup too visually Interior unstoppable. REVIEW: Domiziano Cristopharo is an Italian filmmaker who has played a variety of roles over the years – writer, director, editor, producer, cinematographer, and there’s even a little bit of special effects makeup work on his resume. …

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