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GOODBYE HONEY REVIEW

  After escaping abduction, a frantic woman must coerce an exhausted truck driver to hide in the back of her truck for the night. The two women take refuge not knowing what the rest of the night has in store. Starring: Pamela Jayne Morgan, Juliette Alice Gobin, and Peyton Michell Edwards Directed by: Max Strand Written by: Todd Rawiszer and Max Strand   “Goodbye Honey” is about two woman who in their own ways had to say goodbye at one point, and now hope to not have to say goodbye permanently. After the death of her husband, Dawn (Pamela Jayne Morgan) has found herself continuing his trucking business. With her truck full of furniture, she has pulled over to rest for the night. While on a call with a client, she’s interrupted by Phoebe (Juliette Alice Gobin), who desperately wants to use her phone.   Dawn eventually lets Phoebe in the cabin, but the two get off to a rocky start. Dawn has lost the keys to the truck, and broke her phone in their chance encounter. Phoebe is trying to rema

SILHOUETTE REVIEW

  Silhouette is the story of Jack and Amanda Harms who, after the passing of their young daughter, set out into seclusion to begin their lives anew. Quickly upon their arrival, things go awry when the sins of their past come back to haunt them. Starring: April Hartman, Tom Zembrod, and Jessica Dawn Willis Directed and written by: Mitch McLeod    If it’s not your shadow, you might not want a dark “Silhouette” following you! Sometimes people need a new location to try and start over, and that’s what Amanda (April Hartman) and Jack (Tom Zembrod) are attempting. They’re trying to hang on to their marriage after the loss of their daughter, and some other martial issues. While the new home seems nice something still seems to be bothering Amanda.   It doesn’t help that Dawn (Jessica Dawn Willis), who is a neighbor, comes over to introduce herself, and catches Jack’s eye. With no shame, Amanda points out to her that she’s Jack’s type. It didn’t take long for old issues to pop up again. However

CREEPSHOW SEASON 2 EPISODE 5 REVIEW

  Episode 205: “Night of the Living Late Show”  Simon has invented an incredible virtual reality experience that allows him to join in on his favorite films… but what happens when virtual reality becomes Simon’s actual reality? Written by: Dana Gould Directed by: Greg Nicotero Cast: Justin Long, D'Arcy Carden, Hannah Fierran   Simon has spent a long time trying to invent a special virtual reality machine, and it looks like he has finally got it to work. It looks like a tanning booth, but it’s a machine that actually will take a person’s mind into a movie. Simon’s favorite movie is “Horror Express,” and that’s exactly where goes. He quickly becomes obsessed with it, and that doesn’t sit well with his wife.   Now the tanning booth looking virtual reality machine seemed weird at first, but comes to make sense in the end. It’s interesting watching Simon interact with characters inside the movie, as he takes it like a kid in a candy shop. Besides just wanting to experience the

APE CANYON REVIEW

  A mixed-up guy in the midst of a quarter-life crisis drags his big sister along on a Bigfoot-hunting expedition. Starring: Jackson Trent, Anna Fagan, and Donny Ness Directed by: Joshua Land  Written by: Harrison Demchick   “Ape Canyon” seems like as good a place as any to search for the most famous missing ape. Cal has been obsessed with Bigfoot since an early age. As a grown up, some like his sister Samantha (Anna Fagan) would think he would have grown out of it. However, after his mother past away his desire to find Bigfoot has hit all time highs. He’s booked a trip to Ape Canyon, and is dragging along his older sister to find the ape!   Samantha isn’t thrilled about this at all, but realizes she needs to be there for him. They join a small group of people, and head off into the woods. Already with her doubts about this trip, things get worse in the first morning when everyone wakes to find their possessions missing. Apparently their guide stole everything, and has left the

I BLAME SOCIETY REVIEW

  A struggling filmmaker realizes that the skill set to make a movie is the same to commit the perfect murder. Starring: Gillian Wallace Horvat, Keith Poulson, and Chase Williamson Directed by: Gillian Wallace Horvat Written by: Gillian Wallace Horvat and Chase Williamson Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...

JAKOB'S WIFE REVIEW

  Anne, married to a small-town Minister, feels her life has been shrinking over the past 30 years. Encountering “The Master” brings her a new sense of power and an appetite to live bolder. However, the change comes with a heavy body count. Starring: Barbara Crampton, Larry Fessenden, and Bonnie Aarons Directed by: Travis Stevens Written by: Kathy Charles, Mark Steensland, and Travis Stevens Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...

CREEPSHOW SEASON 2 EPISODE 4 REVIEW

  Episode 204: PIPE SCREAMS A drain clog turns out to be more than just a little matted hair and soap scum, and a down-on-his luck plumber is tasked with getting the problem under control. Trouble is, the problem has a mind of its own. Written by: Daniel Kraus Directed by: Joe Lynch Cast: Eric Edelstein, Barbara Crampton, Selena Anduze   A plumber’s job can get dirty and nasty. Who knows what they will find while cleaning out the pipes? This plumber is tasked with finding out what’s clogging the pipes in an old building. His search leads him to an apartment of a nice lady who leaves him to his job while she picks up her daughter. She left at the right time because he’s about to find something very unusual in her pipes!   Creepshow continues put on some great episodes because of fun storylines, and terrific casting. Eric Edelstein is fantastic as the plumber here. He plays it so well when things go wrong here, and works great with Selena. Barbara is excellent as usual. The story offer

BLOODTHIRSTY REVIEW

  Grey is an indie singer who is having visions that she is a wolf. When she gets an invitation to work with notorious music producer Vaugh Daniels at his remote studio in the woods she begins to find out who she really is.  Starring: Lauren Beatty, Greg Bryk, and Katherine King So Directed by: Amelia Moses Written by: Wendy Hill-Tout and Lowell   Horror fans can be “Bloodthirsty,” and they'll probably expect a lot of blood spilled in this one! Grey (Lauren Beatty) is trying to build on her music career, but she’s having some personal struggles. She’s having problems finding the words for her next album, and having some nightmares that she can’t figure out. She’s even seeing a doctor to talk about her issues, and he’s prescribed some medicine that doesn’t appear to help.   Things begin to turn around when a music producer, Vaughn (Greg Bryk), agrees to help her with her music. Grey and her girlfriend Charlie (Katherine King So) take the trip up to his home/studio to stay with him,

HALL REVIEW

  When a debilitating sickness spreads across a long hotel hallway, a few scattered victims fight for survival, and try to escape from the dark narrow stretch of isolated carnage.  Starring: Julian Richings, Carolina Bartczak, and Mark Gibson Directed by: Francesco Giannini Written by: Derrick Adams, Francesco Giannini, and Adam Kolodny   “The Hall” isn’t somewhere you would expect to die, but it’s about to happen. Val (Carolina Bartczak), Brenden (Mark Gibson), and their daughter Kelly (Bailey Thain) are staying at a hotel. After a rude encounter outside at the hands of Brenden, Val apologizes and introduces herself to a pregnant woman named Naomi (Yumiko Skaku) in the hall.  They don’t know it yet, but the two women will cross paths again.   That isn’t the only time that the audience will see Brenden lose his temper. He apparently has a short fuse with his wife, and even daughter as times. On the other side, Naomi has also experienced her own abuse from her future baby’s daddy. She h

IN THE EARTH REVIEW

  As the world searches for a cure to a disastrous virus, a scientist and park scout venture deep in the forest for a routine equipment run. Starring: Joel Fry, Reece Shearsmith, and Hayley Squires Directed and written by: Ben Wheatley   “In The Earth” presents a world that has changed a lot. A doctor named Martin (Joel Fry) has travelled a long way into the forest and stopped at a lodge. This is only his first stop, as he’s looking for another site even further away. To find it, he gets help from a park scout named Alma (Ellora Torchia). They aren’t really expecting to find many people out there, but they do find some signs that someone was out there at some point.    Before they know it they find themselves in the company of Zach (Reece Shearsmith). It seems Zach has found himself all alone in the middle of nowhere, and now very close friends with the Earth. Martin and Alma try to be nice at first, but they grow convinced that something is wrong with him. He certainly has odd

THE BANISHING REVIEW

  The Banishing tells the story of the most haunted house in England. In the 1930s, a young reverend, his wife, and daughter move into a manor with a horrifying secret. Starring: Jessica Brown Findlay, Sean Harris, and John Lynch Directed by: Christopher Smith Written by: David Beton, Ray Bogdanovich, and Dean Lines   Most will hope they will receive “The Banishing” from this supposedly real haunted house. Linus (John Heffernan) has just made the move to a new home along with his wife Marianne (Jessica Brown Findlay) and daughter Adelaide (Anya McKenna-Bruce). The home is very nice, and maybe even too big for the three of them. While Linus is off preaching and trying to get people back to the church, his wife and daughter try to get settled in.    Adelaide finds some strange dolls and starts to talk with them. Marianne figures she’s just being a kid until she starts noticing some strange things about the house. Adelaide appears to be talking with someone besides the dolls, and Marianne

CREEPSHOW SEASON 2 EPISODE 3 REVIEW

  THE RIGHT SNUFF Two astronauts are on a history-making mission in space, but when the promise of fame and glory collides with a major misunderstanding, it ensures they’ll go down in history for an entirely different reason.  Written by: Paul Dini & Stephen Langford Directed by: Joe Lynch Cast: Ryan Kwanten, Breckin Meyer, Gabrielle Byndloss, Kara Kimmer     Two astronauts are on a mission together all alone in space. One of the astronauts appears to be receiving all of the credit for the mission while the other is feeling the pressure to fill his dad’s astronauts boots. They seem to be hanging in there until they receive orders about a special opportunity for the astronaut getting credit for everything. The other one now has to deal with his feelings of losing out on a chance at history.   After some really good horror filled episodes it’s good to see an episode with a little sci-fi action to it. It’s not the most advanced looking ship they’re on, but it does the trick. Wha

HONEYDEW REVIEW

  Strange cravings and hallucinations befall a young couple after seeking shelter in the home of an aging farmer and her peculiar son. Starring: Sawyer Spielberg, Malin Barr, and Barbara Kingley Directed by: Devereux Milburn Written by: Dan Kennedy and Devereux Milburn   You’ll surely want a piece of sweet “Honeydew” instead of the meal that’s offered on this farm. Sam (Sawyer Spielberg) and Rylie (Malin Barr) might be a couple on a road trip together, but they seem to be on different paths. Rylie is focused on her studies while Sam is trying to prepare for his next acting role. With their minds on their work, their GPS stops working and they have to pull over with a flat tire. They can’t agree on how to get to their destination so they decide to camp for the night.   While still being distantly together in the tent, a car pulls up with its high beams pointed at the tent. Rylie has an awkward exchange with a guy who tells them that this is his land and they need to leave. They