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Wednesday, September 28, 2022


A mysterious stranger tells the twisted tale of seemingly unconnected strangers caught in a series of otherworldly events whose lives will change in incredible ways forever.

Starring: Khaliel Abdelrahim, Kimberly Alexander, and Luisa Alzate

Directed by: Tyler Cornack

Written by: Tyler Cornack, Ryan Koch, and William Morean

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Monday, September 26, 2022


A group of college friends receive the surprise of their lives when they discover there is an actual killer on the scene of a local haunted trail.

Starring: Desi Banks, Marquise C. Brown, and Brook Sill

Directed by: Robin Givens

Written by: Raven Magwood, and Paul Lindsay

Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...

Friday, September 23, 2022



A struggling all-girl rock band goes on tour and discover their worst problem is not just being forgotten by their fans.

Starring: Flor Moreno, Florencia Moreno, and Anahi Politi

Directed by: Pablo Pares

Written by: Maxi Ferzzola, Hernan Moyano, and Pablo Pares

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Tuesday, September 20, 2022



The residents of a lonely gulch in inland California bear witness to an uncanny and chilling discovery.

Starring: Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, and Brandon Perea

Directed and written by: Jordan Peele

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Monday, September 19, 2022



Nearly three decades after the discovery of the T-virus, an outbreak reveals the Umbrella Corporation’s dark secrets.

Starring: Ella Balinska, Tamara Smart, and Siena Agudong

Directed by: Rachel Goldberg, Bronwen Hughes, Rob Seidenglanz, and Batan Silva

Written by: Andrew Dabb, Jeff Howard, Tara Knight, Garett Pereda, Mary Leah Sutton, Shane Tortolani, Lindsey Villarreal, and Kerry Williamson

Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received…

(Note the series was cancelled after recording this review)

Tuesday, September 13, 2022



When blind former skier Sophie cat-sits in a secluded mansion, three thieves invade for the hidden safe. Sophie’s only defense is army veteran Kelly. Kelly helps Sophie defend herself against the invaders to survive.

Starring: Skyler Davenport, Natalie Brown, and Matthew Gouveia

Directed by: Randall Okita

Written by: Adam Yorke and Tommy Gushue

Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...

Thursday, September 8, 2022



After accepting a job at a low-rent pornographers, a feisty young woman must fight to survive against an ancient evil intent on killing everyone in its path.

Starring: David Lenik, Phelim Kelly, and Geoff Woodman

Directed by: Richard Rowntree

Written by: Matthew Davies, and Richard Rowntree

  If you put on the “Mask of the Devil” you better be ready to unleash hell on all those who come before you! It’s 1878, and a group of Englishmen are trying to steal a mysterious mask from the natives. Unfortunately, things don’t go as planned, and an ancient evil is released. That only means it will soon be released somewhere in the modern day world, and it’s going to be a very unlikely place.

  Mary (Nicole Katherine Riddell) has just taken a job in the porn industry. Not as a porn star, but working on set in a special role. While production is getting started, the mask of the devil is unpacked as a prop. Just like in the jungle, the mask finds its way on someone’s face, and the adult movie is soon going to look more like a horror film.

  The opening scene in the jungle sets the tone for the blood and guts to come. The mask attaches itself to people on set leading to the deaths of most of the cast and crew. There will be plenty of blood on set, and coming at the audience. They mix it up with both practical and CGI effects. 

  When people aren’t dying the film has fun playing around with filmmaking. They take the audience behind the scenes of the porn film, and its odd cast and crew. It won’t take long before the audience finds some prime soon to be victims for the mask to pickoff. And for those wondering, this isn’t “X,” and its a more humorous look at filmmaking than any serious sex scenes. 

  “Mask of the Devil” is certainly for the slasher fans out there. It gets bloody in the jungle, and even deadlier on set. The practical effects are pretty good regardless of some the CGI mixed it. When not killing off people the film manages to squeeze in a little humor from characters that will be meeting their doom soon enough. Hidden in all of that is a final girl, and a crazy ending the audience would expect. With that, I give it 3 pools of blood.


Wednesday, September 7, 2022



The film centers on Carlos, an impoverished teen from a fractured home, as he attempts to reconnect with Sarah, a school pen pal after he receives a desperate note from her claiming that she has killed someone. As Carlos travels to Sarah’s hometown and investigates, he uncovers a criminal plot involving Sarah’s fraught group of friends, and a chilling secret which has led to Sarah’s disappearance.

Starring: Danny Ramirez, Keana Marie, and Mark St. Cyr

Directed by: Sonja O’Hara

Written by: David Ebeltoft

  “Root Letter” reminds us all that there was a time when people did write letters to each other. Sarah (Keana Marie) starts the letters not because she has to, but because it’s an assignment in school. She’s supposed to find a pen pal, and send them several letters. Her pal turns out to be Carlos (Danny Ramirez), who happens to be going through a rough time in his life when the letters start. The two go beyond Sarah’s school project, and keep in touch for awhile. 

  Before thinking that a romantic relationship is developing, their letters end for about a year. When Carlos seems to be getting his life back on track again, he receives one more letter from Sarah. While she doesn’t say to come looking for her, the message is concerning enough to him that he decides he must find her. He doesn’t have a lot to go on, but will prove to be set on finding her.

  As the movie goes on, the audience gets to see two things. One is obviously Carlos putting together the clues to find Sarah, and the second is what has been happening to Sarah over the past year to make him need to find her. The audience won’t get to learn a lot more about Carlos since his focus is on finding Sarah. He will show how determined he is, and that a pen pal can be pretty loyal. 

  The true mystery here is what has happened to Sarah. The audience will learn that drugs play a role in things because her mother is an addict, and her friends are split between users, and sellers. The more they learn the darker the picture will get. It’s not a story about a monster or stranger coming to get her, but about the realities of not being able to escape a life you don’t want.

  “Root Letter” is definitely a slow burner, and surprisingly based on a video game. I don’t know anything about the game so I can’t say how closely it follows the game. It does seem closer to real life happenings than a game. The audience is introduced to two young people who just want a normal life, but the world around them makes that almost impossible. It’s not the most myserteous story or big time thriller, but does touch on the true horrors of life. The movie won’t be for everyone, but more so for those who can relate to their struggles. With that, I give it 2.5 pools of blood.


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Tuesday, September 6, 2022



A hard-working, blue-collar dad just wants to provide a good life for his quick-witted 10-year-old daughter. His mundane San Fernando Valley pool cleaning job is a front for his real source of income: hunting and killing vampires.

Starring: Jamie Foxx, Dave Franco, Snoop Dogg

Directed by: J.J. Perry

Written by: Tyler Tice and Shay Hatten

Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...

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