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Devil (2010)

They say the devil is in the details, but…apparently the devil is actually in the elevator.

This M. Night Shyamalan written (and thankfully not directed), claustrophobic, light horror movie is actually fairly effective for the most part, though not really at being overly scary.   261 more words


"Edge of Darkness" | Movie Review

Grade (A-)

Mel Gibson proves he can still provide a range of emotions to a character in this intriguing crime-drama that holds your interest throughout… 701 more words

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The Blind Date Project


Zoo Southside, Edinburgh

The Blind Date Project is a delicious slice of improv theatre, with a mischievous wit that makes it a delight. Staged in the cabaret bar at Zoo Southside, the realism here is so heightened that you can almost believe you’re actually witnessing a moment in someone’s life. 378 more words


The Hallow

Hallow, The (2015)
★ / ★★★★

Adam (Joseph Mawle) and Clare (Bojana Novakovic), along with their infant son, moved from the city to a remote Irish town. 529 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

THE LITTLE DEATH (2014, Australia)

Directed by – Josh Lawson / Written by – Josh Lawson / Produced by – Jamie Hilton, Michael Petroni, Matt Reeder / Cinematography – Simon Chapman / Edited by – Christian Gazal / Starring – Damon Herriman, Bojana Novakovic, Josh Lawson / 2014, Australia / Running time: 95 mins.

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Review: The Hallow (2015)

Folkloric horror is perhaps the most fascinating and rich sub-category of film’s best-trodden and most mutable genre. Every culture on Earth has their own legends, fables, superstitions and things that go bump in the night ingrained, and film has mined that for decades as inspiration for everything from THE WICKER MAN to JU-ON and KRAMPUS. 627 more words