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Film Review: Solo (2013)


SYNOPSIS: A teenage girl is terrorized when she spends two nights alone on a remote island as part of her camp counselor initiation. REVIEW: The quickest way to see an indie film from the start to completion is to scale it all back. By keeping things small, a filmmaker (though it’s still a challenge) is able to keep things tight, …

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Film Review: Mama (2013)


SYNOPSIS: Annabel and Lucas are faced with the challenge of raising his young nieces that were left alone in the forest for 5 years…. but how did they survive all alone in the wilderness? And were they really alone? REVIEW: January & February are the months during which Hollywood dumps the films that have either been laying around for a …

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Film Review: Jack Brooks Monster Slayer (2008)


SYNOPSIS: After witnessing his family’s violent murder, Jack Brooks (Trevor Matthews) develops an uncontrollable anger problem, but the night classes his girlfriend (Rachel Skarsten) suggests to cure Jack’s “issues” end up making them worse when his professor (Robert Englund) undergoes changes. Suddenly, Jack is the only person on Earth who can bring an unspeakable evil to its knees — but …

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