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Dead Silence (2007)

(**1/2 out of ****)

Synopsis: After his wife is viciously murdered on the same night that an off-putting dummy is mysteriously delivered to his apartment, Jamie Ashen (Ryan Kwanten) returns to his home town, Ravens Fair, to investigate an urban legend connected to the presence of the aforementioned dolls that may be relevant to his loss. 568 more words


Dead Silence.

Come, reason with me on the interminable high ground. The water is rising, but I implore you–keep your eyes on the promise from the One who fashioned you for me. 199 more words


Nostalgia - Or - Why I Love Horror

I apologize in advance.

With my new-found commitment to write a little each and every day, you are going to see more of me popping up in your news feed, as I can’t just keep all of my genius to myself…  And hopefully that’s actually a good thing, because if not, why do you even HAVE me in your news feed?! 1,051 more words


Dead Silence (2007)

Directed by James Wan.  Written by Wan and Leigh Whannell.  Starring Ryan Kwanten, Donnie Wahlberg, and Laura Regan.

Plot: A man goes to his hometown in search of answers after his wife is brutally murdered. 301 more words

Short & Sweet: Dead Silence

By Vince Gaetano

Some movies don’t need a long review. Others don’t deserve one.

This is the latter.

Some people find ventriloquist dolls to be unsettling. 282 more words


The Netflix Streaming Report: Thanks for Sharing, Dead Silence, and More

Welcome to your Netflix Streaming Report for August 21, 2014. After the long week you deserve a relaxing staycation with a bowl of popcorn, a bucket of ice cream, and only your Netflix queue to judge you. 376 more words

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The Body Finder Series Book #4: Dead Silence by Kimberly Derting

A common theme in all four books of this series is the secrets that Violet keeps. But it isn’t really until this book that she realizes that she is keeping too many of them, and that her best friend in the whole world – Chelsea – is starting to get annoyed with them. 311 more words

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