Friday, August 9, 2019

"Between The Darkness" Digital Release Set For This August

Come, Said the Night has been acquired for distribution by DarkCoast and re-titled as Between the Darkness. The film will see digital release August 20th. It is directed by Andres Rovira. Check out the trailer below.

The film follows 13-year-old Sprout Grady (Nicole Moorea Sherman) and her family to their secluded “Sanctuary” in the woods, on the anniversary of her sister Magda’s (Daniela Leon) death. Her father Roy (Lew Temple) has deep-seated beliefs in ancient Greek mythology, believing in the power of mythological gods, choosing to homeschool his children, Sprout and Percy (Tate Birchmore), protecting them from “The Otherness” – the horrors he believes reside within modern humanity. Sprout, who suffers from sleep paralysis, is increasingly haunted by a lurking Gorgon monster. And when outsiders, a widowed park ranger, Stella Woodhouse (Danielle Harris), and her handsome son Max (Max Page), enter the Gradys’ lives, chaos ensues and brings a strange and terrifying turn of events that will uncover dark family secrets and rock the core of everything Sprout thought she knew.

Epic Pictures Sci-fi Horror "Automation" Looks For Winter Release

Epic Pictures and Dread are gearing up for the World Premiere of the sci-fi horror-thriller, AUTOMATION. With Hollywood Horrorfest this weekend, we have an exclusive look at stills from the film.
Auto has been hired by Alert Insulation to test robot efficiency in the workplace, but when he uncovers a plan to replace most of their staff (including Auto himself) with the next generation of robots, Auto takes murderous action to prevent his own destruction.
AUTOMATION is directed and co-written by Garo Setian, co-written by Rolfe Kanefsky (The Black Room) and Matthew L. Schaffer (Dirty Lies), and stars Elissa Dowling (Rootwood), Sadie Katz (Bus Party to Hell), Parry Shen (Hatchet 1 – 3), Graham Skipper (Sequence Break), and Sarah French (Art of the Dead).
“The LA Horror community is one of the most vibrant and exciting group of film fans you will find anywhere,” says Setian. “We are beyond thrilled to have the opportunity to share our film with an enthusiastic audience at the Hollywood Horrorfest! Thank you so much to the judges who selected AUTOMATION for this premiere screening. We are very excited and can’t wait to share the movie going experience with you!”

Four New Character Posters Released For "Haunt"

Four new character posters have been released for upcoming horror "Haunt", sure to get you in the Halloween feels. "Haunt" is directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods. The film is due out in theaters and on VOD September 13th and stars Katie Stevens (Polaroid), Will Brittain (Kong: Skull Island), Andrew Caldwell (“iZombie”, Shazi Raja (“The Code”), Schuyler Helford (The Middle), and Phillip Johnson Richardson(“Chicago P.D.).

Set on Halloween, the film follows a group of friends who enter an “extreme” haunted house that promises to prey on their darkest fears. The night quickly turns deadly as they realize that some monsters are real.

First Image Released For Sci-fi Thriller "Synchronic"

Justin Benson and Aaron Moorehead return with sci-fi thriller "Synchronic". The first image from the film has been released. It shows Anthony Mackie (Captain America: Civil War) and Jamie Dornan (Fifty Shades of Grey), who star.

Synchronic follows two New Orleans paramedics whose lives are ripped apart after encountering a series of horrific deaths linked to a designer drug with bizarre, otherworldly effects.


CANDYMAN's Tony Todd, MINDY PROJECT's Vida Ghaffari to star in new horror REALM OF SHADOWS

Horror legend Tony Todd will star in the thriller film Realm of Shadows. This much anticipated film is a world of mystery, possession and shadows in an anthology of short horror themed tales woven into a full length feature presentation. Even the most shocking stories are based on true events.

Todd plays Fr. Dudley, a long time Catholic priest, dedicated to his profession. Fr. Dudley must watch out for his close friend Robby Duray, played by Jimmy Drain (The Initiation), during a testing time in Robby's life. He also takes on the volatile task of taming Robby's diabolic alter ego, and steer him away from the snares of Satan. Cassandra, played by Vida Ghaffari (Fox’s The Mindy Project) is the alluring and mysterious muse of Master Makin...the mysterious owner of the haunted vault near Strain City's infamous cemetery and narrator of the shadows for our feature presentation. There is tension between her and her acolyte Corey, played by Denise Gurule (Investigation Discovery’s House of Horrors: Kidnapped). 

This film also stars Lauren C. Mayhew, Jodi Lynn Thomas, Gregg Stone, Caustic Scifidelic, Mark Fowler and Noah Anderson.

Production is underway by ThunderKnight Entertainment LTD in Denver, Colorado.

Drain and Robert Beiber wrote the screenplay. Drain and Brian McCulley is the film’s director. 

Todd is best known for the Candyman franchise and the Final Destination franchise. Todd is set to be featured in the upcoming Candyman reboot. Ghaffari’s credits include Fox’s The Mindy Project and ABC’ s Jimmy Kimmel Live. Ghaffari recently starred in the action film Eternal Code opposite Scout Taylor-Compton.

Jazz Boon's LINE WALKER 2 Lands In Theaters This August

Jazz Boon's LINE WALKER 2 lands in theaters August 16th. The film stars Nick Cheung, Louis Koo, and Francis Kg. Check out the trailer below.

An elusive hacker sparks an international war when it is revealed there may be terrorist spies embedded in the police department. Clues lead three officers named as potential double agents to foreign soil but as the investigation rages on, the lines between who is good and who is evil becomes blurred. Starring Louis Koo, Nick Cheung, and Francis Ng, this action-packed sequel to the box-office smash Line Walker (2016) continues to explore the explosive world of heavyweight police action.

Send In The Clowns! The Owlman Returns In His Most Insane Prank Yet!

Fans of Hex Studios will recognise the Owlman as the feathered villain of their movies Lord of Tears and The Black Gloves. Alongside his roles in these cult horror favourites, the Owlman has made quite a name for himself in a series of viral prank videos, the latest of which features unsuspecting members of the public being lured to an old church where the owl-headed menace lies in wait. Among the Owlman's new batch of victims are a pizza-delivery man, a plumber, and most hilarious of all, a children's clown who arrives to find that he's the only one invited to the party...

According to Hex Studios producer Lawrie Brewster, “This was our most ambitious, and outrageous prank yet, and so far the response has been fantastic. We've built a loyal following of over 300,000 subscribers on our YouTube channel, which helps us to promote our film projects, as well as showcasing the work of other indie filmmakers, and of course, to continue the Owlman's reign of terror.”

And fear not, Lawrie assures us that no clowns were harmed during the making of this video!

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Trailer Released For Halloween Horror "Haunt"

A trailer has been released for upcoming Halloween horror "Haunt".  The film is directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods. It stars Katie Stevens, Will Brittain, and Lauryn Alisa McClain, Andrew Caldwell, Shazi Rajay, and Damian Maffei. In August, Bloody recently learned that it will arrive in limited theaters and on VOD platforms September 13th via Momentum Pictures.

On Halloween, a group of friends encounter an extreme haunted house that promises to feed on their darkest fears. The night turns deadly as they come to the horrifying realisation that some nightmares are real.

Trailer Released For Upcoming Horror "Beneath The Black Veil"

Check out the trailer for upcoming horror "Beneath The Black Veil". The film is directed by Jason Koch and stars Samantha Jean (Pacific Rim: Uprising, Beyond Skyline), Michael Acosta(“The New Girl”), John Carl Buechler (Friday the 13th VII, Hatchet) and Suze Lanier-Bramlett (The Hills Have Eyes). 

Two parents, after losing their child in a horrific accident, begin to question how a loving God could take their little boy from them. Desperate to seek revenge against God, they begin to break each of the ten commandments. But their desire for vengeance will be bittersweet.

New Poster And Trailer Released For "Hellmington"- Out This September

This September, discover the frightening truth about Hellmington Asylum.

The frightening HELLmington from writer-directors Justin Hewitt-Drakulic and Alex Lee Williams premieres on DVD and Digital this September.

Genre icon Michael Ironside (Total Recall, Top Gun, Turbo Kid) and Shadowhunters’ Nicola Correia-Damude stars in this year’s ‘Blair Witch Project”, an effectively frightening and chilling look inside the walls of an asylum and the young blogger who disappeared within it.

In 1999, outside the sleepy town of Hellmington, troubled high school senior Katie Owens mysteriously vanished.
Nine years later, Detective Samantha Woodhouse, a former classmate of Katie’s, returns to Hellmington for the first time since graduation to deal with the unexpected death of her father. His passing just another tragedy in an already devastating year for Sam: her own daughter was murdered, resulting in a downward spiral of anguish and guilt that has slowly destroyed her marriage and career.
Sam soon discovers that her father’s demise is one in a series of suspicious deaths over the last several years, and it appears that the grisly fatalities are becoming more frequent. Even more alarming, every victim circles back to the troubled Katie Owens.

Battling hallucinations, insomnia and her own personal demons, Sam struggles to uncover the disturbing truth of what really happened to Katie Owens; a mystery that will lead her to a secretive, centuries-old cult of revenge.

From Uncork’d Entertainment, HELLmington on VOD and DVD September 10

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

THE NIGHT SITTER Out Today On Digital And DVD

OUT TODAY!  "The Night Sitter" from the creator of "Final Destination" / Available on Digital and DVD

John Rocco and Abiel Bruhn’s highly-anticipated horror feature The Night Sitter is set to spook summer, with a digital and DVD bow set for August via Uncork’d Entertainment.

Starring The Walking Dead’s Elyse DuFour, The Night Sitter fixes on a scheming con artist that poses as innocent babysitter to steal from a wealthy occult enthusiast. Just as the thief arrives to clean out the house, the home owner’s reclusive son stumbles upon one of his father’s artifacts and unwittingly summons a trio of witches known as The Three Mothers. As the playful, sadistic witches start picking people off, the humans form an unlikely bond and try to survive the night together.

Read my review here:

The Night Sitter will be available August 6 on DVD and VOD from Uncork’d Entertainment.

My Review Of "The Night Sitter"

Horror comedy "The Night Sitter" is directed by Abiel Bruhn and John Rocco. It stars Elyse Dufour, Jack Champion, Jermaine Rivers, Amber Neukum, J. Benedict Larmore, Ben Barlow, Bailey Campbell, Joe Walz, Deanna Meske and Manny Sandow. More horror than comedy, "The Night Sitter" is a fun mashup of "House Of The Devil" and "Night Of The Demons".

"The Night Sitter" fixes on a scheming con artist that poses as innocent babysitter to steal from a wealthy occult enthusiast. Just as the thief arrives to clean out the house, the home owner’s reclusive son stumbles upon one of his father’s artifacts and unwittingly summons a trio of witches known as The Three Mothers. As the playful, sadistic witches start picking people off, the humans form an unlikely bond and try to survive the night together.

The story is unique in the way it takes familiar tropes and creates an interesting original spin. There is an obvious Christmas overture that sets the stage for the movie, but "The Night Sitter" has that bit of extra energy that clearly screams Halloween. The almost surreal atmosphere shown threw classic lighting color choices and complimentary soundtrack, easily recognizable as classic giallo and anthology films. 

The characters are fun, they are stereotypical but written so cleverly they are interesting, all be it off-beat. The acting is a little above par for films like this, with a protagonist that you won't like, but thanks to strong story arc, she becomes redeemable. Even in the more dialog heavy, dramatic lulls, there is so much on screen keeping your attention. Thanks to great direction and cool casting.

"The Night Sitter" takes a slow start teaching the horror precipes, but it gets there. The film also knows how to tease, occult-themes, out of step characters, and a witchy kind of nightmare situation hold one's attention long enough for the horrors to really gear up. There is smart choices made in CGI and practical effects. It all really pays off nicely. Plus the creepy Mothers look awesome on screen. Enjoy this one, it is worth the watch. (4/5)


Trevor Peterson (Grizzly Park), Persia White (The Vampire Diaries), and Caitlin Gerard (Insidious: The Last Key) star in a film from Matthew David Ward and Justyn Ah Chong. "American Killing" on DVD and Digital August 6.  You can read my review here:

Jeb’s cartoon is on the verge of cancellation, so the studio sends him and an eclectic team of writers to a secluded house in the mountains.   As Jeb's controlling personality and obsessive work ethic starts to push the team apart, he goes even further by planting spy cameras in places shared and private, obsessed on what everone is doing.  Jeb is soon fired by the studio but he continues to spy in sercret from his home leading him further down the road to madness. In his most desperate hour, Jeb seals his fate as a viscous madman by returning to the house and murdering his writers one-by-one, on camera. Past emotions and tensions flare, and while nothing goes as Jeb planned, the unforeseen twists, turns, and revelations make his snuff film a violent spectacle sure to go down in infamy. 


Int tradition of The Exorcist and End of Days comes a paranormal whodunnit that pits a detective, priest and photographer against unexplainable evil. From director Eduardo Castrillo, and starring Tom Sizemore (“Twin Peaks”, Natural Born Killers), Miguel A. Nunez Jr (“Nashville”, Return of the Living Dead) and Stranger Things’ Jackie Dallas , The Pining available this August on Amazon Prime.

When members of a therapy group start dying under mysterious circumstances, A hardboiled detective is forced to reopen a cold case. Her only leads are a burnt-out priest and a handicapped photographer, who seem to know more than what is in their police statements.

Also starring Jonez Cain, Natalie Gibson and Diogo Hausen. From Uncia films, The Pining available now on Amazon Prime.

Monday, August 5, 2019


Epic Pictures and DREAD are thrilled to release the key art and brand new trailer for Tom Botchii's feature film debut,ARTIK, releasing on VOD and Blu-ray on September 10th!

A comic book obsessed serial killer teaches his son how to get away with a series of brutal murders until the boy befriends a mysterious man who threatens to expose everything. 
ARTIK is written & directed by Tom Botchii, starring Chase Williamson (John Dies at the End), Lauren Ashely Carter (Imitation Girl), Matt Mercer (Contracted), Gavin White (14 Cameras), & Jerry G Angelo (7 Faces of Jack the Ripper).

Sodom & Chimera's DAUGHTER OF DISMAY Premieres at London FrightFest in IMAX Laser

James Quinn Brings Daughter of Dismay to Arrow Video FrightFest
First Short Film to Be Shown in IMAX Laser 
Debuts New Trailer and Poster Ahead of World Premiere

Sodom & Chimera Productions is honored to announce the world premiere of James Quinn's Daughter of Dismay, the first narrative short to be shown in 70mm IMAX, at the 20th year of the Arrow Video FrightFest in London.  The film, painstakingly crafted over the course of a year, is an epic, moving and emotional trip through a world of witchcraft and occultism, focused on the main character's humanity and not cliches of devil worship.

Daughter of Dismay will have its world premiere in IMAX Laser on Saturday, August 24th at 6:30 pm at the Cineworld Leicester Square, paired with the UK premiere of Jordan Rubin's feature The Drone.  Following FrightFest, the film will head to Grindfest in Bournemouth (where it will screen in 35mm), and then on to the Todd AO 70mm Festival in Germany, where it will thrill in Karlsruhe with a special 70mm Cinerama screening.  Additional screening announcements are forthcoming.

Directed by arthouse horror veteran James Quinn (Flesh of the Void, The Temple of Lilith) and produced by Justin Schenck (Swordfish, Fox's "The Exorcist"), Daughter of Dismay included behind the scenes talent including composer Joseph Bishara (The Conjuring, Insidious, Annabelle), Kodak award-winning director of photography Ben Brahem Ziryab (The Negative, Room for Rent), sound engineer Steve Maslow (The Empire Strikes Back, The Thing, Beetlejuice) and foley artist Martin Langenbach (The Perfume, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, Goodnight Mommy). 

Daughter of Dismay tells the surreal and mystical tale of an emotionally broken witch. She enters the darkness of the woods to fulfill her biggest desire, for which she takes extreme and radical measures that will have sinister consequences. Portrayed in elegant painting-like images, the film is an epic, moving and emotional trip through a world of witchcraft and occultism, leading to a heartbreaking and melancholic finale.

New Trailer Released For "Investigation 13" : Out This September

The book opens on Krisstian de Lara’s spine-tingling Investigation 13 this fall with Uncork’d Entertainment announcing a digital and DVD release for September 10.

Screen icon Meg Foster (“Twin Peaks”, They Live) stars in director Krisstian de Lara’s mesmerizingly unnerving Investigation 13, premiering on digital and DVD this September from Uncork’d Entertainment. 

Incorporating traditional narrative story-telling, as well as numerous forms of pioneering technology, including found footage, hand-held cameras, surveillance cameras, and smart glasses, Investigation 13 is a new-age fright-fest chronicling the tale of a group of college science students investigating the urban legend of The Mole Man, an ex-patient said to still be residing within the walls of the Black Grove Asylum. When members of the group start missing, they soon learn that this myth is more real than they thought, making this 13th investigation one they will come to regret.  

From Gorilla Studios, Investigation 13 also stars Stephanie Hernandez, Patrick Flanagan, Robert Paget, William Alexander, Giordan Diaz, Jesse Ramos and Peter Aratari as ‘The Mole Man’.

Clay Smith wrote the original screenplay, Rolando Vinas and de Lara wrote the most recent version.

13 On VOD and DVD September 10 from Uncork’d Entertainment.

 Indican Pictures Unleashes "6 Hot Chicks in a Warehouse" On DVD And Digital This September

6 Hot Chicks in a Warehouse from director Simon Edwards (Blaze of Glory). Shot partially in Norfolk, the film pits several attractive models against each other, for the pleasure of a demented photographer. Part action and part horror, 6 Hot Chicks in a Warehouse stars Diana Prince, of “The Last Drive In” fame. Sabine Crossen (Predator Dark Ages), Jessica Messenger (Wasteland), Jade Wallis and Emma Lock star as some of the beautiful women, forced to fight in a series of cage matches. Indican Pictures will release this exciting thriller this September, on home entertainment formats.
6 Hot Chicks in a Warehouse is a tale of revenge. Photographer Adrian (Oliver Malam)  has been humiliated by many of the female models he has worked with. Now, he has invited some of them to his studio, for one last photoshoot. But, this is not an ordinary shoot as Adrian has concocted a plan, which forces the ladies to fight against each other, behind wire fencing. Adrian’s strategy does not go as expected, however.
Indican Pictures has slated September 3rd as the film’s DVD launch. Pre-orders are available this August 6th. The film has been rated Restricted. And, with a runtime of 93 minutes, 6 Hot Chicks in a Warehouse promises lots of brutal action and gore as one man’s sick fantasy for revenge turns into a bloody, all-female fighting tournament!
The official trailer for 6 Hot Chicks in a Warehouse

Sunday, August 4, 2019

My Review Of "Wicked Witches"

After being thrown out of his home by his wife for being promiscuous, Mark finds himself back at Dumpling Farm, a place of youthful memories and parties, but things aren't quite right. His old buddy Ian, who has never left the place, is possessed by a group demonic, flesh eating Witches. Using Ian and his farm, these beautiful Witches honey trap Mark and his friends to consume their souls.

"Wicked Witches" is directed by The Pickering Brothers. It is a bewitching, dark film that sees a guy's life take a bizarre left into a occult-fueled nightmare. The film stars Duncan Casey, Justin Marosa, Kitt Proudfoot, Samantha Schnitzler, Jasmin Clark, and Laura Coleman.

The film is quite perplexing, much like it's main character's situation. The main character isn't completely likable, more his mannerisms and presence. There isn't much character development that pushes him into a likable place. That being said he is very much a strong protagonist when pitted against the evil he is facing. That may have been intentional or it could have been a flaw in writing. I don't know.

For how they are written, "Wicked Witches" has a strong cast. The acting is very deliberate, it is very clear this is the direction the Pickering Brothers wanted to go. The acting is quality and there is strong character development- again- for what has been written of them. Even though most characters are surface only, and the witches are as unexplained as any nightmare gallery can be, I still fell under "Wicked Witches" spell. However I didn't realize it until the second half of the movie. 

As for the horror elements, the beginning is pretty tame, mostly melodrama, dream-like atmospheric stuff and jump scares. And just an overall mesmerizing weirdness. And again that may have been intentional, I can't say for sure. Now the second half kicks in to high gear, and all the wicked witchiness shows up. The horror is gory and violent. The blood flows in celebratorial fashion. The creature design is sweet and all the effects are practical. Check this one out for sure. (4/5)

My Review Of "3 Lives"

"3 Lives" is a suspense thriller directed by Juliane Block and stars Mhairi Calvery, Anatole Taubman, Victor Alfieri, and Tyron Ricketts. "3 Lives" is a straight forward, survival, horror with a mystery twist.

Emma wakes up to find herself trapped in an abandoned bunker. She soon realizes that there are two other victims trapped with her, Ben and Jamie, who she knows from her days in high school. Now Ben and Jamie are Emma’s only means of escape from their savage captors, three ex-soldiers. Faced with the choice to stay in the bunker or to escape her kidnappers with the help of her former rapist and his old friend, Emma chooses the latter.
Ruthlessly the ex-soldiers chase the group through the wilderness. While Emma tries to find out why Ben, Jamie, and herself have been kidnapped in the first place. Slowly matters start to spin out of control, facades start to crack and Emma has to learn who her real enemy is.   

"3 Lives" is an intense character driven thriller that explores both the primitive desire to survive and the more sinister intent of revenge. The story is creative, even though it's premise is recognizable, and classic. Characters involved in a violent sex crime thrown into a situation requiring them to help one another while not trusting anyone. It is a smart way to attack a harsh, cruel reality in society. (No spoilers)

The characters are richly developed, even though they are stereotypical tropes. The cast envelope these tragic souls with total conviction, and believability. The drama moves in pace with the action, which starts right out the gate. There are moments when the story almost seems erratic, but so is the situation and the characters state of mind. It just adds to the suspense and thriller aspect. 

The only real downside I had was the lack of death and a need for a more violent drive in the onscreen action. What we do get is done well in relation to the story. It made sense to how the story ends, plus it lends a cathartic moment for the main character. Still I would have liked to see a bit more death earlier in the film.

Overall, "3 Lives" is a smart, intense indie thriller. It won't appeal to the "thrill kill kids" but there is such a potent story, and plenty of melodrama permiating atmospherically. The cinematography is excellent. Check this one out, definitely. (3.5/5)

My Review Of "Tales Of Frankenstein"

"Tales Of Frankenstein" is an indie anthology of four stories inspired by the classic Mary Shelley Frankenstein story. It is written, directed and produced by Don Glut. The film stars Mel Novak (Bruce Lee's Game Of Death). Ann  Robinson (War Of The Worlds)l Beverly Wasburn (Spider Baby), Jerry Lacy (Dark Shadows), Robert Axelrod (Power Rangers), Douglas Tait (Hell Boy), Jim Tavare (Harry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban), T.J Storm (Punisher: War Zone) and Len Wein.

The film's stories consist of "My Creation, My Beloved” - a descendant of Victor Frankenstein attempts to create the perfect man and woman. “Crawler from the Grave” -  another Frankenstein descendant returns from the grave in the most unexpected way. "Madhouse of Death” - A private detective ends up in an old, dark house where a scientist is working on a very strange experiment. “Dr. Karnstein’s Creation” - A mad scientist creates a monster that is a hybrid of Frankenstein’s creature and the Vampire monster.

"My Creation, My Beloved" moves a bit slow, but it stays true to the original Frankenstein asthetic, and often shows a homage to the Hammer Film era. The cinematography and locations are atmospheric and a nice marker for what a classic horror fan wants. Although the story seems slightly unoriginal, it does give us a fun, alternative ending to the Frankenstein tale. 

"Crawler From The Grave" moves a bit away from the more classic tale, but still manages to honor Shelley's characters. It does venture into more paranormal area with the cursed ring worn by Frankenstein. A more original tale, I thought it was interesting but I felt the absence of the monster making was crippling the entertainment value.

"Madhouse Of Death" was my least favorite of the four stories. It ventured too far to really show recognizable Frankenstein homage. On its own though, the concept and story choices are interesting and worthy. A total nod to late 30's and 40's horror noir, like The Monster Walks and The Return Of Doctor X. I just didn't get any real connection to Mary Shelley from this one. And there is a lot of cultural insensitivity in the film with a few characters, I know it is unintentionally present.

"Dr. Karstein's Creation" is a revisioning of the classic Frankenstein tale, and among the strongest of the four stories. There is an air of misogny that weighs on the entertainment value, but the story on a whole returns to a truer interpretation of the Shelley story and has some nice visual asthetics and creature design. 

Overall "Tales Of Frankenstein" is a decent indie anthology that tries real hard to celebrate Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. It has its good moments and bad moments. The stories may not be original but Gluts' choices and perspective is. Low-budget indie fans will find plenty to like about this movie, however thriller and popcorn horror fans may be disappointed. (2.5/5)


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