Monthly Archives: July 2013

“The Best Gems You’ve (Probably) Never Seen”

It’s another month’s edition. You know the drill. If you have any comments or suggestions send them my way. They may end up in another edition.  1) “Cleanskin” (2012) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csRsBQ6sNvE A complex film about an Agent (played by Sean Bean) … Continue reading

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“The Best Gems You’ve (Probably) Never Seen”

It’s another month’s edition. You know the drill. If you have any comments or suggestions send them my way. They may end up in another edition.       1) “Career Girls”(1997)        Hannah (Played by the late, … Continue reading

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“The Best Gems You’ve (Probably) Never Seen”

It’s another month’s edition. You know the drill. If you have any comments or suggestions send them my way. They may end up in another edition.        1) “The Innkeepers” (2011)         This was a … Continue reading

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“The Snowtown Murders”

In his slum existence Jamie (Played by Lucas Pittaway) doesn’t have much to be happy about. That is until his Mother brings home a new boyfriend named John. (Played by Daniel Henshall) It isn’t long before John begins spending more … Continue reading

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“Girls against Boys”

Shae (Played by Danielle Panabaker of “The Crazies” and “Friday the 13th” remakes) is a young college student. Expecting to go on a hot date with an older beau she is slapped with a cold dash of reality. Her lover … Continue reading

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“The Best Gems You’ve (Probably) Never Seen”

It’s another month’s edition. You know the drill. If you have any comments or suggestions send them my way. They may end up in another edition.      1) “Out of the Blue” (2007)     This film is based … Continue reading

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“State’s Evidence”

Ah youth… Personally I hated high school and couldn’t wait to get out. It wasn’t until later in life I realized how trivial high school really is in the big scheme of life. Everyone made someone’s life hell and everyone … Continue reading

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“The Oakley Seven”

Ever since “The Descent” came out in 2004 horror and psychological films set in close spaces have become popular again. (Or played out depending on your opinion.) When a film in such a confined space actually achieves suspense and some … Continue reading

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“Sweet Sixteen”

1980’s horror films… You either love them or hate them. This little gem  (Written by Erwin Goldman and directed by Jim Sotos) has been out of circulation for quite some time now. Thanks to Netflix I was able to watch … Continue reading

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“The Girl in the Park”

I’ve never really liked kids. Nor do I have any. Therefore I can only imagine the gambit of emotions involved when a child is abducted. This brings me to today’s movie review “The Girl in the Park.” (Written and Directed … Continue reading

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