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Desecrated [Review]
3.3
5 years ago

Desecrated [Review]

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It’s generally not a good sign when we reach out to a film maker or distribution house about covering a film and hear nothing back.It can often come off as …
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Nailbiter Vol 1 – There Will Be Blood [Book Review]
5
5 years ago

Nailbiter Vol 1 – There Will Be Blood [Book Review]

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So let’s not mince words. This is a graphic novel. A comic book. A graphic book. A comic novel. I’m not sure the difference of if “graphic novel” was coined …
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Out of the Dark [Review]
3.8
5 years ago

Out of the Dark [Review]

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Out of the Dark seemed very interesting from what I had seen and read. Unfortunately, it didn’t deliver anything that really stood out to me. With that being said, it …
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limp [Review]
7
5 years ago

limp [Review]

Limp generated a great deal of positive feedback while it was making its way around the festival scene. Unfortunately, I was unable to attend any of the festivals in which …
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Finders Keepers [Review]
3.3
5 years ago

Finders Keepers [Review]

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Finders Keepers was just a mess.. and I apologize before hand if this comes off as rude.

I wanted to open with that statement because it’s the best way to …
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Preservation [Review]
6.3
5 years ago

Preservation [Review]

Let’s be honest, people have been getting terrorized at camp grounds for decades. So right off the bat, you can throw an original locale out the window. What makes Preservation …
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The Atticus Institute [Review]
6.8
5 years ago

The Atticus Institute [Review]

I went into this film knowing nothing about it and I’ve got to say as far as possession movies go, they’re pretty burnt out, but The Atticus Institute gave a nice switch to the typical feel. The best part to me personally? Pure lack of religious involvement for almost the entirety of the film. It’s there, but it’s over so quickly it doesn’t linger as a cliché.

Early on, The Atticus Institute was kind of ..meh. I didn’t care for the documentary style, but I got used to it. The performances given during the “interview” scenes are very well done. Almost genuine enough you feel they could be real people. Rya Kihlstedt did an excellent job playing the part of Judith as well – to the point where you start to care for her, especially right before the end of the movie.

The story starts off slow….very slow, but once you get to the “meat” of it, you’re pulled in pretty quick. It’s not a Read More

Dark Summer [Review]
4
5 years ago

Dark Summer [Review]

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I could write many…many words about Dark Summer, but I’m not going to. I’m going to cut right to the chase and tell you what you need to hear. Dark …
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