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New Trailer Calls from a "Private Number"

Ahead of its upcoming release, LazRael Lison’s horror-thriller Private Number has received a trailer.

A series of sinister phone calls haunt an ex-alcoholic writer as he struggles to finish a novel.

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MOVIE REVIEW | ***AFI 100*** #71. Saving Private Ryan (1998)

“The American Film Institute’s list of the 100 Greatest Movies was selected by AFI’s blue-ribbon panel of more than 1,500 leaders of the American movie community to commemorate 100 Years of Movies”. 791 more words

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MY MOVIE SHELF: Natural Born Killers

The Task: Watch and write about every movie on my shelf, in order (Blu-rays are sorted after DVDs), by June 10, 2015.  Remaining movies: 89  644 more words

Movies

Crime thriller ‘Laugh Killer Laugh’ on iTunes, VOD and theaters later this month

Before the day started who thought we would be mentioning Tom Sizemore in multiple articles? Oh well we digress. Thought we wanted to make sure we kept out crime thriller fans at ease and let them know about a film hitting various outlets on April 24th. 465 more words

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‘Private Number’ hits theaters and VOD this May

Have you ever received a wrong number call and thought “I wonder what that person has going on on the other end?” Probably not because thanks to Wes Craven most of us horror fans won’t even pick up an unlisted number. 142 more words

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PAPARAZZI (2004)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 24 minutes

MPAA Rating: PG-13 for Intense Violent Sequences, Sexual Content and Language

Directed by: Paul Abascal… 713 more words

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The Red Road 1.1 - "Arise My Love, Shake Off This Dream"

Though True Detective devoured nearly all of last year’s television glory, the SundanceTV series The Red Road deserves mention in the same breath. Massively overlooked but strong enough to be renewed for a second season (which premieres April 2015), the show centers on a small New Jersey town in the foothills of the Ramapo Mountains. 735 more words

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