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Breakdown Review

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 Cast: Thomas Haley, Corey Sorenson, Jessica Cameron, Brooklyn Haley, John Marrott, Jerry Broome Director: Thomas Haley An unknown virus has ravaged the world. While a majority of the infected are quarantined away from civilization, a lone man fights to come up with a cure to save humanity. BREAKDOWN is the directorial debut for Thomas Haley and I must say I was very impressed.  During these difficult times we are actually living in, this movie really hit you in the gut of how worse things can get and if you are asking "just how worse can it be?", imagine being one of a few survivors of a mysterious plague. Now that is truly horrifying.  Not only is Thomas Haley the director, he is also the star of this film and I thought he did a great job. I really hope to see what he will come up with next.  There's really not much in the way of interactions with the few characters here, but that made it scary for me. Just being alone in a world that have mostly died off is upsetting.

Body Review

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  Cast: Helen Rogers, Alexandra Turshen, Lauren Molina, Larry Fessenden Director: Dan Berk and Robert Olsen  After a night out of partying, 3 female friends sneak into a secluded, remote mansion to have more  fun. However, what was supposed to be good times, things turn horribly wrong. I didn't know what to expect when I came across this film. I actually thought this was going to be something about body horror, but I mean with that title and not reading the description, how can you not think that way.  When I started watching this movie, I discovered it was not what I was expecting, but that's not a bad thing, is it? BODY was more of a thriller about 3 women who get more then they bargained for when they get caught by the groundskeeper of the mansion and what ends up happening until the very end. Plus this movie takes place during Christmas and I thought I knew every holiday horror films, so it's great to come across one I had never heard of. I was quite impressed with BODY

The Craft: Legacy Review

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Cast: Cailee Spaeny, Zoey Luna, Nicholas Galitzine, Michelle Monaghan, Gideon Adlon, Lovie Simone, David Duchovny  Director: Zoe Lister-Jones After moving with her mom to a small town to live with her new stepfamily, a young girl discovers her new found powers that she had and with the addition of 3 of her classmates, their powers grow more powerful then they expected. Does this sound familiar? Well it should, especially if you are a fan of the 1996 film, THE CRAFT. When news of THE CRAFT: LEGACY was let out, it was reported that they were planning a remake/reboot and I was really pissed off with it. Fortunately, they eventually didn't go down that road and THE CRAFT: LEGACY turned out to be a sequel instead. However, the movie was really disappointing in so many ways.  The 4 main actresses did a decent job with what they were given, but I just wish it was more. Unlike THE CRAFT, there were no development with the characters nor did they show their private lives, which would've

Freaky Review

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  Cast: Kathryn Newton, Vince Vaughn, Uriah Shelton, Misha Osherovich, Celeste O'Connor, Alan Ruck  Director: Christopher Landon  An infamous serial killer mysteriously swaps bodies with a 17 year old high school girl after he attacks and stabs her with an ancient dagger. When I first heard that a horror version of FREAKY FRIDAY was in the works, I was not enthusiastic at all about this news. I mean, can't Hollywood come up with their own ideas?  However, my mind was changed upon learning that Christopher Landon was behind this and he did both HAPPY DEATH DAY films and they were incredibly fun. FREAKY (leaving off the Friday part of the title) was the biggest surprise for me. I knew what I was in for from the first 10 minutes or so. The killings were quite bloody and brutal. Sure, the characters that were killed off first, you really didn't care about. Or basically any of the murder victims for that matter.  Kathryn Newton who portrayed the young high school student turned

Run Review

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  Cast: Sarah Paulson, Kiera Allen, Pat Healy, Erik Athavale, Sara Sohn Director: Aneesh Chaganty A young girl discovers the horrible truth about her mother and what she's been doing to keep in her life forever. I have been really excited about this movie being released earlier this year, but due to the pandemic, it was pushed back for months and now, thanks to Hulu, RUN is finally available for all that subscribe to the streaming service.  But is it worth your time? Let me dive further into it and see. First of all, let me say that even though it is labeled as a horror film, I wouldn't place RUN in that genre. For me, it is a thriller and nothing more than that, but there's nothing wrong with that. I was really excited about this movie coming out because of the always awesome Sarah Paulson. You know her more for starring in AMERICAN HORROR STORY, but she also stars in the new series, RATCHED that can be streamed on Netflix. Both series shows just how much of a crazy bitch

The Last Call Review

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Cast: Terry Alexander, Dee Imbert, Elizabeth Piper S, Geoff Lerer, David Morwick, Marcus Slabine, Lori Cardille Director: Marcus Slabine What was supposed to be his last day at WORX, Radio DJ Harry Cunningham takes a mysterious call online that tries to force him to reveal a dark secret from the past. However, when he refuses, bodies start piling up and Harry's last day could really be his last forever. I have known Marcus for many years, ever since he had his own movie review site. I was really disappointed when he had to shut down his website for good. He had such an incredible knowledge for films, so when I found out that he was venturing into his own brand of movie making, I was so excited. THE LAST CALL is his first film and I thought it was so good. It only runs 17 minutes, but it gets down to business and that's what I love. I was so happy to learn that Terry Alexander was starring in this little film. If you are a George Romero fan, then you will know him f

Zombarella's House of Whorrors Review

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Directed by: Tony Masiello and Tim Ritter Remember the good old days of USA Up All Night back in the 90's? Those were the best times and those great memories were brought back with Zombarella's House of Whorrors. Very beautiful and very busty Zombarella presents it's viewers with a SOV suck fest called Tales From the Mausoleum from director Fred Olen Wood. We are also presented with lots of commercials, trailers and 1-900 numbers to titilate your senses. First of all, I didn't know what I was in for when I started watching Zombarella's House of Whorrors, but from the very beginning I smiled the entire time. I remember staying up late night watching these kinda of programs including all those adult 1-900 numbers and this film made me extremely happy. Some of them were a bit ridiculous, but I had a lot of fun watching them. I think my favorites are 1-900-Get-Cream and 1-900-Date-A-Mate. I'd call them if I could. I loved all the trailers that are includ