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The Deaths of Ian Stone was released in 2007 as part of the After Dark Horror Fest 8 Films To Die For and directed by Dario Piana (who is directing The Lost Boys: The Thirst). I found The Deaths of Ian Stone on Fearnet Free on Demand (my go-to place for horror movie watching when [...]

Stephen King‘s stories, make for great films, such as Carrie, Shawshank Redemption, The Shining, and Stand By Me. One such tale that I believe should have gotten more fanfare upon it’s release in 2007 is The Mist. It is truly a gem of a horror film, which ranks amongst one Stephen King’s best book-to-film adaptations. [...]

After.Life (directed by Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo) opens with Anna (Christina Ricci) and her boyfriend Paul (Justin Long) trying to get their groove on in bed, but Anna is not having it. She is distant. It is obvious this girl is unhappy and doesn’t want to talk about it. At the school where she teaches some older kids are [...]

If your looking to get your socks blown off by some fantastical upgrade in Predators, directed by Nimród Antal, it just won’t happen.  In this quasi-sequel (it’s not really a reboot) to the 1987 original film Predator, no matter how things change they more they remain the same. The only main change are the eight [...]

On a snowy night a man boards a train without a ticket. He proceeds to overdose on pills and vodka and subsequently dies. Another passenger (Steve Zahn) finds a box wrapped as a Christmas present on the dead man, a box filled with diamonds. He tells another passenger, a medical student named Chloe, (Leelee Sobieski) [...]

It is impossible to tell you about Inception by being vague  and ultimately writing a confusingly awkward review, so some details must be given away. Proceed with caution. By now you must know it is an action/sci-fi thriller with some pretty wild special effects. Ahh, but it’s so much more. It’s about the mind, the [...]

Set in the future in deep space aboard a maximum-security psychiatric prison center called Dante 01, a new special “prisoner” Saint Georges (Lambert Wilson from The Matrix) is brought onboard and is thrown in with the general population to be watched. Elisa (played by Linh Dan Pham) is a psycho-geneticist who unbeknownst to resident doctor [...]


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