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Film Review: Woodfalls (2014)


SYNOPSIS: When a family of travellers move to a rural town, conflict ensues amongst the locals. Stigmatised as ‘gypsies’, they are not welcomed into the community. REVIEW: A book should never be judged by its cover.  The same can be said for movies and titles.  An interesting title can pique interest in potential viewers.  However, that doesn’t mean the movie …

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Film Review: Apocalyptic (2014)


SYNOPSIS: A local news crew becomes involved with a hidden doomsday cult REVIEW: Director: Glenn Triggs Starring Jane Elizabeth Barry, David Macrae, Geoff Pinfield Journalist Jodie Black (Jane Elizabeth Barry), and her camera man, Kevin Horner (Geoff Pinfield) hear about the possible existence of a doomsday cult called the Bytherainians, in forests of Australia and decide to investigate and uncover …

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Film Review: Australiens (2014)


SYNOPSIS: When aliens from Uranus attack Australia, it’s up to Andi Gibson, along with friends and family, to defend the country and send the invaders back to where they came from. REVIEW: Rita Artmann plays Andi Gibson, a die-hard proselytizer concerning the existence of aliens, as well as being the head-banging lead singer of the forehead-slapping punk band, Titanium Turtle; …

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Film Review: Chubbies (2014)


SYNOPSIS: It’s Halloween night at the Bowl-o-Rama where Samantha and her friends are having a party. Everyone’s having a great time… until the Chubbies arrive. From the distant planet of Snerd, where sex is outlawed, come the chubbies. A race of grotesque, and horny little creatures, hell bent on global domination by invading your body through any orifice they can …

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Film Review: Box Room (short film) (2014)

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SYNOPSIS: Jerry is a strange and solitary boy who lives with his young neglectful mother in a run down apartment. He spends his weekends hidden away in his bedroom making model figurines and watching TV alone. REVIEW: Yet another short film, kiddies! Today we have a film from Ireland called BOX ROOM, written by Michael Lathrop and David Lester Mooney …

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Film Review: Suburban Gothic (2014)


SYNOPSIS: City-boy Raymond returns to his hometown and finds a vengeful ghost is terrorizing his house. Therefore, this man-child recruits Becca, a badass local bartender, to solve the mystery of the spirit threat REVIEW: Hey, speaking of films that feel like they’re just extended pilots for TV shows that never happened, here’s Suburban Gothic. Starring Matthew Gray Gubler and Kat …

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Film Review: Ghostline (2014)


SYNOPSIS: Life takes a terrifying and unpredictable turn for Tyler & Chelsea when they begin to receive menacing phone calls from a seemingly unstable woman who insists that Tyler’s her ex-boyfriend. REVIEW: Trends come and go in the movie industry. A movie will come along and hit a note in audiences that makes it extremely popular. Other filmmakers use the …

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Film Review: Hippocampus M 21th (2014)


SYNOPSIS: A collection of short films about perversion and bizarre sexuality, Hippocampus M 21th pushes the boundaries of fetish and propriety. REVIEW: Have you ever watched Fear Factor and gotten to the really gross challenges and though to yourself, hey, I’d really like to try that completely naked? Yeah, me neither. The ridiculously named Hippocampus M 21th is a series of bizarre vignettes …

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Film Review: Blood Punch (2014)


SYNOPSIS: A young man is lured into a dangerous love triangle that begins to take a series of shocking and grisly supernatural turns. REVIEW: Blood Punch follows Milton (Milo Cawthorne), a brilliant chemistry student who, before his campus meth lab was discovered by police, was on the verge of graduating with a college degree. During his time in a court-mandated …

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Film Review: Starve (2014)


SYNOPSIS: While researching an urban legend on feral children, three friends find themselves trapped in an abandoned high school, where they are confronted with an evil more sinister than the legend itself. REVIEW: There’s a saying. It goes a little something like this. “You are what you eat.” This phrase is meant to get people to eat healthier. If you …

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