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Don't Knock Twice (2017)

Director: Caradog W James

Writer: Mark Huckerby, Nick Ostler (Screenplay)

Starring: Katee Sackhoff, Lucy Boynton, Richard Mylan, Nick Moran, Pascale Wilson

 

Plot: A mother desperate to reconnect with her troubled daughter becomes embroiled in the urban legend of a demonic witch. 608 more words

Horror

#7 Movie Review: The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia (2013)

Movie number SEVEN!!and going back to a genre which i love….horror, its an older movie i watched from 2013!

So lets get into it, the synopsis…. 268 more words

Horror

'Battlestar Galactica' ATX Reunion Goes According to Plan (Sort Of)

AUSTIN, Texas — The lively and laughter-filled “Battlestar Galactica” panel at the ATX Television Festival started to seem like an episode of the show about halfway through its nearly two-hour running time: Technical glitches garbled the Skype participation of cast member Jamie Bamber, who called in from France. 1,546 more words

News

Don't Knock Twice (2017)

I’m not sure it’s always necessary for a horror film to justify the surface pleasures of its scares & thrills by linking them to a dramatic metaphor. 665 more words

Brandon Ledet

Scary Monsters 1 : If the House is A-Rockin'...

DON’T KNOCK TWICE, FROM LEFT, KATEE SACKHOFF, LUCY BOYNTON, 2016. ©IFC MIDNIGHT

Tracey: The most surprising thing about “Don’t Knock Twice” is that this is a horror movie that passes the Bechdel test. 430 more words

2010s

Don't Knock Twice (2016)

One from the to watch pile…
Don’t Knock Twice (2016)


Film: After I watched this, but before I started the review I mentioned to a friend it was like all post-millennial ghost stories and wasn’t much chop, to which he pointed out two films, Sinister and We Are Still Here. 747 more words

To Watch Pile

Riddick (2013, dir. David Twohy)

Riddick is marooned on a planet populated by water-activated monsters. The third movie in the cycle strips back most of the excess from Chronicles… offering an OK siege flick that’s part remake of Pitch Black.

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