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Movie Review: Prodigy (2018)

On the skids psychologist James Fonda (Richard Neil…who we recently interviewed right here) is called in to one of your garden variety top secret government facilities by an old classmate named Olivia (Jolene Andersen) to assist in examining Ellie (Savannah Liles) a whip smart telekinetic girl. Of course those that run the facility want to carve […]

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‘Hunting Lands’ Set To Screen At Newport Beach Film Festival

  APS Films has announced the next screening of Zack Wilcox’s Hunting Lands at the 19th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival that runs from April 30, 2018, to May 3rd. Set and shot in the backdrop of a Midwestern winter, the film centers a group of young actors on a collision course with each other and destiny. Following […]

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The Many F-cks: Review Of ‘Dead List’

    High Octane Picture’s Dead List is about an actor named Cal, played by Dean Sullivan (Pithuahua) who discovers a magical book whereby writing the names of rival actors in it, curses them to die. He and his fellow actors/rivals, the ladies man Zander played by Director Matt Fowler (Dynasty Warriors 9, Legend of […]

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Killer Robots, Drug Cartels, And Danny Trejo: Review Of ‘Cartel 2045’

  Chris Le’s film Cartel 2045 takes us to the year 2045 where the drug war in Mexico has reached new heights of brutality as one of the drug cartels acquired a new weapon to strike fear in rivals and the United States, combat robots. The robots were used by the US military till an […]

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‘Orphan Black’ Actress Ksenia Solo Joins Indie Thriller ‘Sweet Harmony’

Ksenia Solo, who has starred in series like “Orphan Black” and Syfy’s “Lost Girl”, has signed on to star in the indie physiological thriller Sweet Harmony from director Jeff Beasley (The Pinkertons). “The story takes place in a rent-controlled New York apartment building in a gentrifying neighborhood that has gone condo. Conflict arises between the newer […]

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Four Friends Make The Mistake Of Their Lives In ‘Restricted Area’

From writer-director Christopher Don, who wrote and produced of Minutes to Midnight, comes a new tale of terror, Restricted Area. In the film, “four blue-collar friends, recently laid off from the steel mill, take one last camping trip into the wilderness when they discover a backwoods cult with a cataclysmic agenda and must fight to survive.”   […]

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DVD Review: Curse of the Mayans is a Serviceable Sci-Fi Adventure

Dr. Alan Green (Steve Wilcox…who looks alarmingly like Ridley Scott) discovers a manuscript that he believes holds the key to solving the disappearance of the Mayans centuries before, which results in him hiring a team of spunky spelunkers headed by Danielle Nobel (Carla Ortiz…who thankfully looks nothing like Ridley Scott since she has a nude […]

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