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“Resolution” – Every story needs an ending.

Written by: Justin Benson Directed by: Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead Starring: Peter Cilella and Vinny Curran Michael (Peter Cillela) is sent a video of his long time best friend Chris (Vinny Curran) living out in the woods ...
 
 
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“Contracted” The cringe-inducing story of how “It” all began.

  Written and directed by: Eric England Starring: Najarra Townsend, Kati Stegeman, and Caroline Williams I am going to start right off by citing the fact that I have never seen a movie get more mixed reviews than “Co...
 
 
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“Cold in July” – Jim Mickle does it again.

  Written by: Nick Damici (based on the novel by Joe R. Lansdale) Directed by: Jim Mickle Starring: Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepard, Don Johnson, and Vinessa Shaw Jim Mickle (“We Are What We Are”, “Stakeland...
 

 
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“Toad Road” – A genre bending film that sadly foreshadowed the fate of it’s star.

  Written and directed by: Jason Banker Starring: James Davidson and Sara Anne Jones “Toad Road” is a movie I have been meaning to watch since it’s release, and for some reason just kept putting off. The ...
 
 
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Throw Back Thursday: “Dog Soldiers”

“Dog Soldiers” (2002) Written and directed by Neil Marshall Starring Kevin McKidd and Sean Pertwee So,… Did you like last Sunday’s episode of “Game of Thrones”? Pretty epic battle huh? Maybe ...
 
 
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Manic Monday review – “Broken Embraces” and “Visitor Q”

  Today, I woke up in the mood for some good foreign film watching. I took a while trying to choose two films that would be worlds apart (in the spirit of manic Monday). I narrowed it down to two movies that indeed are ext...
 

 
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“Escape From Tomorrow”

  Written and directed by Randy Moore Starring Roy Abramsohn and Elena Schuber If you have heard anything about “Escape From Tomorrow”, you know that it has achieved infamy for being filmed, without consent, in...
 
 
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Blue Ruin – “The man with the gun tells the truth”

“Blue Ruin” ,from writer/ director Jeremy Saulnier, first popped up on my radar when I read about it on a list of indie films to watch for in 2014. The story didn’t sound incredibly original. A man returns hom...