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Proof of Life

Proof of Life (2000) (135 mins)

Director – Taylor Hackford

Starring – Meg Ryan, David Morse, Russell Crowe

Premise – When an American is taken in the fictional country of Tecala, a ransom expert is drafted in to negotiate his return, but he falls for his wife instead. 1,290 more words


Session 9

Session 9 is a 2001 American independent psychological horror film directed by Brad Anderson and written by Anderson and Stephen Gevedon. The film stars David Caruso, Peter Mullan, Stephen Gevedon, Paul Guilfoyle, Josh Lucas and Brendan Sexton III as an asbestos abatement crew who begin to experience growing tensions while working in an abandoned mental asylum, which is paralleled by the gradual revelation of a former patient’s disturbed past through recorded audio tapes of the patient’s hypnotherapy sessions. 260 more words

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People in Session 9 (2001) are scared of the dark

Brad Anderson’s first horror movie was Session 9 in 2001 and you can’t ask for much more than what he delivered.  It has all the things I like in a horror movie, things like weird meanings, scary visuals, strange sounds, and drama.   474 more words

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June 1st-June 7th: Session 9

And here we are, movie five! Halleluh! My weekly challenge of watching five movies I’ve never seen before is complete! But before I continue celebrating I guess I should mention what I watched. 447 more words


CSI: Miami - The Downhill

I think the downhill must have happened during Season 6. It wasn’t bad like some other shows. But I just plain lost it after they brought in Elizabeth Berkley. 803 more words


COP TV. . .

I discovered the other night a channel on my cable system called Heroes & Icons. They were showing an episode of what I consider the finest police drama ever put on television, “Hill Street Blues.” 305 more words




We lost our phone and TV,

Nonpayment of bill, naturally…

The wife heard that I

Had speakers to try**

And came over to see. 59 more words

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