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Blood Honey (Canada, 2017)

‘We cannot escape our past.’

Blood Honey – formerly The Hive – is a 2017 Canadian horror drama film directed by Jeff Kopas from a screenplay co-written with Doug Taylor. 139 more words

Film

Film Review: BLOOD HONEY (THE HIVE) (Canada 2017) **1/2

Tortured by the memory of a childhood trauma, a woman returns after a decade to her family’s fly-in hunting lodge to assist her siblings with their dying father, only to find herself stuck in a life threatening nightmare. 584 more words

Life On The Line (2015, dir. David Hackl)

Electrical power workers battle their demons, and sometimes, power cuts. Ho-hum drama which can’t decide if it’s interested more in blue-collar soap operatics or in Hawksian camaraderie under pressure, ending up focusing on neither.

Eamonn's Reviews

Throwback Thursday-The Courage To Love (2000)

Our strongest sense is sometimes not our sense of smell or taste, but our gut. When we have nothing else to guide us, our gut will. 122 more words

History

Ok Folks as Promised Our Look at Scy-Fy’s Ascension the Mini-Series (2014).

Our last look at Science Fiction (for now): Ascension—the miniseries.  Once again Netflix comes through with programming that we here at JPFmovies would not normally watch.  656 more words

Movie Reviews

Ascension

Ascension is a 2014 Canadian/U.S.-American science fiction mystery drama television miniseries of six episodes. It was created by Philip Levens and Adrian A. Cruz, with the pilot written and executive produced by Levens. 331 more words

Cult TV Essentials

Trading Christmas movie review

The world’s most telegraphed story ever unfolds before your eyes (very, very slowly) when you watch Trading Christmas, a movie so obvious it may break you. 278 more words

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