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About Casey Bowman

Casey saw "It" when he was five years old. As a result, he doesn't like clowns. If you're a clown, keep your distance.
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Lavender [Review]
6.8
3 years ago

Lavender [Review]

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Dark, repressed childhood memories come to surface in director Ed Gass-Donnelly’s (The Last Exorcism Part II) latest drama-thriller Lavender.

Our story follows Jane (Abbie Cornish), a semi-professional photographer with a …
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Paranormal Drive [NOHFF Review]
5.8
3 years ago

Paranormal Drive [NOHFF Review]

As the old adage goes – if it’s too good to be true, it probably is. This statement applies particularly to the purchase of goods. If the deal you got …
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The Perfect Husband [Review]
6.5
3 years ago

The Perfect Husband [Review]

The bonds of trust are what hold a marriage together. Without it, you’re going to have a bad time. But sometimes, things aren’t always as they seem. This is the …
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Emelie [Review]
7.3
3 years ago

Emelie [Review]

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Since the dawn of the horror genre, there’s been one particular storyline that has gone hand-in-hand with the field. Of course, I’m talking about babysitters here. It’s an often-told story where a …
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Stomping Ground [Review]
7.5
4 years ago

Stomping Ground [Review]

Sometimes love makes you do crazy things. It can take you outside of your comfort zone and make you do things you wouldn’t normally do – like go on a …
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Everlasting [Review]
7.8
4 years ago

Everlasting [Review]

 

When you think of squalid underworlds where the innocent go to lose all sense of themselves, there are a couple of places that jump to mind.

One of those …
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Farhope Tower [Review]
6.1
4 years ago

Farhope Tower [Review]

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Phrases like “going up,” “on the rise” and “climbing the ladder” are typically phrases attributed with success, or at least, the battle for it.

The underlying tone of director April …
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Applesauce [Review]
7.3
4 years ago

Applesauce [Review]

That’s the question you’ll be asking yourself and your significant other after watching writer/actor/director Onur Tukel’s latest trip down the dark comedy genre – ‘Applesauce.’

Known for his work on …
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