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Last House on the Left (Remake) - Horror Movie

Last House on the Left (2009) was directed by Dennis Iliadis. Written by Adam Alleca and Carl Ellsworth. Originally written by Wes Craven (RIP).  Starring Garret Dillahunt, Riki Lindhome, Aaron Paul, and Sara Paxton. 513 more words

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Sundown(2016) Review

Sundown is your textbook low-budget comedy where two people who would never be friends in real life travel to one of the only parts of Mexico not controlled by El Chapo in hopes of having one awesome night as buds before the main character follows his dreams to become an EDM DJ…These characters aren’t bad but if they were real you have the feeling that they would be on CNN with the headline ‘Dumb Americans Murdered In Mexico…Donald Trump Says the Wall Just Got 10 feet higher’. 53 more words




“Sundown” successfully includes all of the elements of a long line of classic spring break comedies that it’s obviously attempting to emulate. 919 more words

2016 Film Reviews

Movie Reviews 263 – The Innkeepers (2011)

Horror movies by their very nature tend to be shot in dark brooding scenes that evoke a sense of peril and anticipation. On the other side of the coin are the horror comedies that dispel the need for that ambiance as the goal is chuckles more than screams. 417 more words

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Happy Birthday: Sara Paxton

Happy Birthday actor Sara Paxton

Born: April 25, 1988 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA

Read reviews of the best of the actor:

SHARK NIGHT 3D… 140 more words


Another oldie from the IPC golden year of 2012 : ) Jut look at all of those quotation marks…

I have been waiting for this movie to be released for a year or so and Ti West’s The Innkeepers is finally out.   569 more words

No Boobs

Cheap Thrills

Cheap Thrills (2013)
★ / ★★★★

Congratulations, writers David Chirchirillo and Trent Haaga as well as director E.L. Katz, for creating one of the most depressing, deplorable, and dimwitted movies I have had the displeasure of coming across. 455 more words

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