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Movie Review: Don't Knock Twice

Don’t Knock Twice (2016)
Directed by Caradog W. James
Starring Katee Sackhoff, Lucy Boynton, Javier Botet, Nick Moran, Jordan Bolger, Pooneh Hajimohammadi

In this new film by Caradog James, we get a film that starts out in very familiar territory when it comes to story: a urban legend that consists of the person doing or saying something a number of times which in turn will call upon the monster of the movie to come get you. 545 more words

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Don't Knock Twice trailer summons a witch

One of the first great looking indie horror films of the year is coming from the mind of Caradog W. James, whose latest joins the ever-growing popularity of witches in… 129 more words


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‘Longmire’ Renewed For Sixth & Final Season By Netflix | Deadline

Netflix just canceled another show — its fourth cancellation ever, for those who are counting, which means it’s still a pretty notable departure. The streaming company has given “Longmire” a sixth and final season, according to… 32 more words


Halloween Resurrection: ALT Title: Big Brother in Hell, but boring

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Shaun vs. Oculus (2013)

A sister picks up her brother from a mental institution after he’s recovered from the trauma of killing his father in self defence.  The sister brings him home to destroy an evil mirror that she feels was responsible for their father’s actions. 636 more words


Netflix: please continue 'Longmire'

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