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Film Review: Daylight’s End (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: The world has been ravaged by a horrible disease, and civilization has collapsed leaving only small pockets of innocent survivors, roving gangs, and hard-edged, crusty loners to determine who will rebuild the world – if they even can.   REVIEW: Daylight’s End is a post-apocalyptic film set sometime in the not too distant future, probably sometime after …

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Film Review: Flytrap (2015)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Heading to UCLA to see his friend, acerbic astronomer, James, develops car problems and suddenly finds himself embroiled in a rather disturbing game of survival. Will he finally make it to safety, or will he be lost forever? REVIEW: Flytrap is an odd little film, slightly experimental and bordering very closely on avant-garde; it’s led by …

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Film Review: Downhill (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Taking what seems like a permanent break from professional mountain bike racing after his friend dies, Joe is lured back into the game when Stephanie, Joe’s girlfriend, and Pablo, a friend in the promotions business, strong-arm him into competing in a biking event in Chile. But on arrival, things almost immediately go downhill for Joe and …

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Film Review: The Dead Room (2015)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: After a distraught New Zealand family abandons the rundown country house they’ve been calling home, a team of ghost hunters arrives to investigate, bringing along high-tech equipment, a young medium, and a few new theories about the paranormal. But will that be enough to uncover what’s residing in the house before it’s too late? REVIEW: Since …

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Film Review: The Thingy: Confessions of a Teenage Placenta (2013)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: It’s the placenta coming of age story the world’s been waiting for. As Luke the Placenta enters his teenage years, he tries desperately to connect with those around him, only to be met with indifference, confusion, and cruelty. And the sweet taste of oral fixation. REVIEW: Love, like all intangibles, is an enigma. The only way …

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Film Review: Backtrack (2015)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A troubled psychologist (Adrien Brody) returns to his hometown to uncover the truth behind his strange visions. REVIEW: Repressed memories are a thing, apparently. Some people swear by them the way other people swear by thorough colonics. The mind’s way of cleansing itself, I’m assuming. It sounds reasonable, if you don’t think too deeply about it. …

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