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A vacationing family encounters an alien threat in this thriller based on the real-life Brown Mountain Lights phenomenon in North Carolina. Starring: Katherine Sigismund, Corey Eid, Riley Morris, and Jillian Clare Directed by: Matty Beckerman Written by: Robert Lewis   Horror fans have seen a lot of found footage films over the past few years, but not many about aliens. Actually, not long into “Alien Abduction” I was thinking "V/H/S," or even more specifically the alien short film in "V/H/S2". I didn't really care for that short, so "Alien Abduction" had to be better... right?   After an introduction to what the Brown Mountain Lights phenomenon is about, the audience meets the Morris family, as they head off to the mountains for their camping trip. The movie is shot through a hand-held camera of the youngest child, Riley (Riley Polanski), who is autistic. As far as the camera angles and movement throughout t


When Brent turns down his classmate Lola's invitation to the prom, she concocts a wildly violent plan for revenge.  Starring: Xavier Samuel, Robin McLeavy, and Victoria Thaine Directed and written by: Sean Byrne   Remember that girl or boy you wanted to ask to the prom? Maybe you weren't sure what they would say but you asked them anyways. Of course you hoped for a yes, but then that painful no came out of their mouth. How could they say no? Feelings of embarrassment, shame, and especially anger rushed over you! The anger inside you was trying to drive you to seek some revenge, but that never happened.   Well Lola (Robin McLeavy) is plenty angry, and has no problem seeking revenge when Brent (Xavier Samuel) turns her down for the prom. She proves to be a girl that you never want to say no to. With the help of her father, they kidnap Brent, and take him back to their house to hold their private prom. This prom’s events primarily include torturing Brent.