Film Review: THE FAITH COMMUNITY (2017)
Feb11

Film Review: THE FAITH COMMUNITY (2017)

THE FAITH COMMUNITY (2017) I have to say right from the start I had a hard time watching THE FAITH COMMUNITY. Not because of anything in it’s content but because this may be the shakiest film in the history of found footage. While I don’t particularly like shaky cam footage it usually doesn’t affect me. This was so bad I ended up with a headache. The plot follows three students, Hannah (Janessa Floyd), Colin (Jeffrey Brabant), and...

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Film Review: CURSE OF THE WITCH’S DOLL (2018)
Feb02

Film Review: CURSE OF THE WITCH’S DOLL (2018)

Even though evil dolls have been around since the beginning of film, it was ANNABELLE that reanimated it. And CURSE OF THE WITCH’S DOLL may well be the film to kill it again. Beginning with a prologue set in 1660 in which a witch is dragged off to her doom as her doll, (with eyes that look oddly plastic given the time period), watches. We then jump ahead to 1942, Adeline (Helen Crevel SURVIVAL INSTINCT) and her daughter Chloe (Layla...

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Film Review: UNLISTED OWNER (2013)
Jan27

Film Review: UNLISTED OWNER (2013)

UNLISTED OWNER (2013) from writer/director Jed Brian is yet another found footage film about people going somewhere with an evil reputation and running into evil activities. Despite differing a bit from the usual by being pieced together from footage from several cameras the film is still mostly an exercise in deja vu. UNLISTED OWNER starts with a family moving into their new home. Their daughter is convinced they’re not alone but...

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Film Review: DEVIL’S GATE (2017)
Jan23

Film Review: DEVIL’S GATE (2017)

DEVIL’S GATE (2017) We’re all familiar with the theory that alien visitors are the source of ancient tales of Gods and Demons interacting with mankind. Even various biblical have been attributed to celestial beings rather than divine ones. But could that happen today, in a world drenched in technology? Maybe if it happened in rural part of the Bible Belt, somewhere like Devil’s Gate, North Dakota. FBI Special Agent Daria Francis...

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Film Review: CUTE LITTLE BUGGERS (2017)
Jan20

Film Review: CUTE LITTLE BUGGERS (2017)

You have to give director Tony Jopia (DEADTIME, DAWNING OF THE DEAD) credit for letting us know right from the go just what to expect from CUTE LITTLE BUGGERS. Within the first few minutes we get aliens here to mate with our women, a set of large, bare, silicone enhanced breasts, tentacles, killer rabbits and a bloody impalement. Shakespeare this isn’t. Melchior (Kristofer Dayne CRYING WOLF 3D) returns to his rural English home town...

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