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Film Review: The Inside (2012)


SYNOPSIS: A group of girls are terrorized by violent vagrants before succumbing to a horrific supernatural evil. REVIEW: Some nights just don’t go the way you plan them. And some nights go so far wrong, it’s best to forget they ever happened. This is one of those nights. It’s Sian’s 21st birthday, and her friends have planned a low-rent night …

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Film Review: Splash Area (2012)


SYNOPSIS: Halloween night. A night filled with fancy dress costumes, candy, screams and blood. And then there’s the ‘trick-or-treaters’. REVIEW: Splash Area is an indie film from the UK. After watching it, I did a bit of research and found some interesting facts about the production that I must mention first – 1) this film was made for 500 British …

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Film Review: Black Shuck (2012)


SYNOPSIS: Black Shuck shows what happened to a Suffolk film makers pet dog. After he was murdered while shooting a low budget film 100s of years ago villagers told of a large black dog following young ladies home after dark as a protector to them until the lady arrived safely home. Often she would turn around as home was coming …

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Film Review: HellFire (2012)


SYNOPSIS: The Antichrist has been mistakenly kidnapped by a group of women who are tired of being taken advantage of by their pimp. What follows is a night of terror which if the girls don’t survive, they may unleash Hell on Earth REVIEW: Director: Marc Fratto Starring: J. Scott Green, Katelyn Marie Marshall, Selene Beretta Meet the Antichrist (J. Scott …

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Film Review: Maniac (2012)


SYNOPSIS: Fixing mannequins by day and killing women by night, Frank Zito fights his insanity and urge to kill when he meets a young, attractive photographer (Anne) who hires him to provide faceless mannequins for her next exhibit. The closer they become the further into madness Frank slips as he must decide between falling in love with Anne or giving …

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Film Review: Citadel (2012)


SYNOPSIS: The unlikely duo of an agoraphobic single father and depraved priest team up to destroy a group of demonic children that rule with carnage and mayhem the streets a destitute European city. REVIEW: Directed By: Ciaran Foy Starring: Aneurin Barnard, James Cosmo, Wunmi Mosaku, Jake Wilson, Amy Shiels Citadel, a low budget import from the Ireland plays heavily on the …

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Book Review: The Universe Speaks: The Love and Pain of 2012-2025 – Author Roar Sheppard


The Universe Speaks: The Love and Pain of 2012-2025 I’m always a sucker for new information or perspectives on 2012. I think maybe it’s that “unknowing” that eats at me the most. Although I don’t think authors or experts can tell the future, they can surely prepare you for it. This and many other reasons are why this book is …

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2012: Hope VS Fear


While writing this column has brought my attention to details of various sides to the 2012 topic, my imagination has also been running wild as I consider the possible outcomes, prophecies and theories. This enhanced perspective I am taking has also encouraged me to ask questions, such as: “What is really going to happen…honestly?” This question is obviously one that …

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2012: Science of Superstition

2012: Science of Superstition

I went to see the movie “2012 Science or Superstition” on December 21 2008, it was a sneak preview of the highly informative film at the Downtown Independent in Los Angeles. It was pretty cool to see a movie about 2012 on the big screen but my experience was also escalated because it was the Winter Solstice, 4 years to …

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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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