Film Review: Firestarter (1984)

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SYNOPSIS: A father and daughter are on the run from the government, the duo isn’t in trouble for tax evasion though…you see Andy and Charlie are special. Due to experiments conducted on Andy during his college days he is now a telekinetic, Charlie his daughter is more dangerous however since she is a pyrokinetic. The government wants to capture the duo in order to contain their threat or use them as a weapon (see even … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Curse (1987)

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SYNOPSIS: Nathan is a struggling farmer in a small community in Tennessee. When Nathan isn’t worrying about his wife Francis cheating on him or his crop he finds time to deal with Francis’s two children he is raising as his own. Nathan believes in good old fashion Christian values and wants his family to have the same beliefs that he does. It doesn’t help Nathan that the local city council member Charlie Davidison is trying … Continue reading

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Film Review: Clown Hunt (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: Clowns, they’re not just for laughing anymore. REVIEW: Not too long ago I read a blog  about Topher Grace’s eighty-five minute edit of episode one, two and three of Star Wars and as much as I’d like to see this it was, alas, a private screening for friends. However, the description was one of a concise and fast moving story that forgoes the luxury of subplots; no trade federation, no Jar Jar Binks, no … Continue reading

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Film Review: Hangman’s Curse (2003)

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SYNOPSIS: Unspeakable evil stalks the hallways of Rogers High School. As fear runs rampant, a family of investigators tries to identify a deadly power that’s claiming students one by one. Nate and Sarah Springfield and their two teenage children go undercover to root out the evil, but will their own resourcefulness protect them from harm … and from their own prejudices? REVIEW: Hangman’s Curse is a 2003 Christian horror film starring Leighton Meester and Douglas … Continue reading

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Low-Budget Horror Comedy ‘ATTACK OF THE HERBALS’ to Screen at Cannes

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Director David Keith’s low-budget horror-comedy ATTACK OF THE HERBALS is going to Cannes. Billed as an EVIL DEAD style horror comedy, the film mixes gore with giggles on the big screen, and is David Keith’s first feature length film outing. ATTACK OF THE HERBALS was made for less than $18,000 dollars and stars Liam Matheson, Steve Worsley, and Calum Booth. The film will make its Scottish premier at Aberdeen’s Queens Link Cineworld on May 22, … Continue reading

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