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The Bay (2012) | Barry Levinson's ecological found-footage horror thriller will make your skin crawl!

Using CCTV, police recordings and webcam diaries, a wannabe reporter Donna (Kether Donohue) reveals how a new species of flesh-eating intestinal parasite infected the population of her Maryland hometown during a July 4th celebration, turning the thriving coastal community into a graveyard in just three days… 193 more words

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Coursework: Ident Research

For our film opening to be a success, we need to make it actually look like a fully professional film opening. This means that we must also create idents in order to make our film look authentic. 419 more words

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Hobo with a Shotgun (2011) | Rutger Hauer's career-defining turn in the bloody exploitation homage

When I think of career-defining moments for an actor, Mickey Rourke immediately comes to mind with his amazing ‘back from the dead’ performance in The Wrestler… 599 more words


Sinister (2012) | You'll want to keep the lights watching this creepshow!

Desperate for another success, true crime writer Ellison (Ethan Hawke) moves his family into the home of his latest story which involves the disappearance of a young girl whose family were found hanging from a tree outside the house. 172 more words


DVD Review: Frozen (2010)

Distributor: Momentum Pictures

BBFC Classification: 15

Director: Adam Green

Starring: Shawn Ashmore, Emma Bell, Kevin Zegers, Kane Hodder, Rileah Vanderbilt, Adam Johnson, Ed Ackerman

Directed by… 489 more words


DVD Review: The Lords of Salem (2012)

Distributor: Momentum Pictures

BBFC Classification: 18

Director: Rob Zombie

Starring: Sheri Moon Zombie, Ken Foree, Bruce Davison, Meg Foster, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Patricia Quinn, Dee Wallace, María Conchita Alonso… 1,002 more words


A Walk Among the Tombstones - It sounds far more enticing than it really is

A Walk Among the Tombstones (US/2014)

UK Release by Momentum Pictures – 19th September 2014

Directed by Scott Frank

Unfortunately, this film leaves no room for curiosity or character insight. 206 more words

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