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Bizarre AC III takes over The Chelsea Hotel in Atlantic City this weekend, October 16 – 18, 2015

This October Bizarre AC III brings back the strange and outlandish for a captivating weekend at the Chelsea Hotel. Featuring a variety of interactive components, a Bizarre cast of creatures along with some off the most thrilling and whimsical group of oddballs to set foot in our seaside city. The show’s producers have created a variety of off-the-wall antics and …

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Interview: Ari Novak (Director Cowboys VS Dinosaurs)

Ari Novak knows the film business. He’s worked various jobs in the industry, including driving trucks, visual effects supervisor, and held numerous other titles until forming the Oracle Film Group in 2004. In his quest to tell exciting stories, Oracle has done feature films, designed traveling exhibits, and did visual effects for a Broadway musical. This mixed bag of credits …

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Film Review: A Cry From Within (2014)

SYNOPSIS: Overcoming the heartache and tragic loss of a child a family relocates from New York City to the country. The house they’ve chosen soon begins to reveal a most ominous presence. Will the apparition get their new cohabitants to hear their Cry From Within? REVIEW: Aka Sebastien Directed by: Zach Miller, Deborah Twiss Starring: Eric Roberts, Deborah Twiss, Cathy …

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Film Review: The Child (2012)

SYNOPSIS: Simon Sachs is not your ordinary ten year old boy. Afflicted with a terminal illness he tenaciously seeks out the services of defense attorney Robert Stack. The barrister grapples with the inconceivable as the boy claims to be the incarnation of a murderer and proceeds to lead him to the bodies of missing persons over fifteen years ago.

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Film Review: Self Storage (2013)

SYNOPSIS: The friends of a night watchman, at a highly secured self storage facility, are home from college and looking to party. REVIEW: I’ve always maintained a soft spot for Eric Roberts.  From the onset of his career in forgotten classics like “The Pope of Greenwich Village” and “Runaway Train,” he’s always possessed a gift for portraying amiable nuts.  Pushing sixty, …

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