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Movie Review: The Lullaby Will Ensure You Sleep Uneasy!

Teen mom Chloe returns home to Eden Rock in order to have the support of her mother in raising her infant son. Man it would suck if the place was a concentration camp a hundred or so years ago where babies were summarily executed. Anyway, that baby gets to constantly cryin’, Chloe falls into a […]

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‘Don’t Leave Home’ Unless It’s To Catch This Film At SXSW

Writer-director Michael Tully’s Don’t Leave Home is set to make its world premiere at this year’s SXSW. Starring Anna Margaret Hollyman, Lalor Roddy, Helena Bereen, David McSavage, and Karrie Cox, the film centers on Melanie Thomas, “an American artist whose latest show recounts the infamous Irish urban legend of Father Alistair Burke, who painted a portrait […]

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Movie Review: Cruel Summer is a Vacation I Never Hope to Take Again.

This is probably going to be one of the shorter reviews I have ever written…mainly because I think if I spend any more time time thinking about Cruel Summer I may get sick. Cruel Summer tells the charming (and supposedly true) tale of a young autistic man named Danny (Richard Pawulski) from the inner-city that gets a […]

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Jason Coffman Makes His Directorial Debut With The Horror-Comedy ‘Housesitters’

The trailer has arrived for Chicago-based filmmaker Jason Coffman’s feature film debut Housesitters, via Tomorrow Romance. Inspire by films like Ghoulies, the female-driven horror-comedy follows the misadventures of Angie (Annie Watkins, “Jan” in the original New York and Chicago runs of hit stage production The Brady Bunch) and Izzy (Jamie Jirak, formerly of Chicago’s pH […]

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Movie Review: The Lodgers is a Must See for Lovers of Gothic Thrillers!

In a small Irish village, orphan twins Rachel (Charlotte Vega) and Edward (Bill Milner) live a reclusive existence within the confines of their decaying mansion (handed down through generations of their family) which no stranger may enter. Also the place is cursed (as all of the previous heir’s parents have drowned together in a lake […]

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Viral Films Readying Lycanthropic Shocker Werehouse!

Viral Films, creators of last years impressive short For Her (which we reviewed right here), are preparing to unleash their next sinister short Werehouse…which as the title implies will feature some wicked werewolf action! Check out the official word from viscous Viral themselves! When a peaceful protest erupts into a full-blown riot, a trio of […]

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Movie Review: Black Creek Slightly Suffers From Cliche and Amateur Acting.

Black Creek begins with a number of disparate (yet oddly connected) story lines including; a missing girl going Satan-eyed and offing and/or possessing some teenage deer hunters, a gaggle of high schoolers doing that tried and true ‘teen partying’ at their emo pal Mike’s (who is a P.H. Native American…trust me, that will be important […]

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