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After the heart wrenching circumstances of losing their son, a grieving couple, played by Willem Defoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg, take refuge in their cabin in the woods, where they encounter bizarre occurences. The film is broken down into four parts: prologue, chapter one through three, and epilogue. Review: The opening prologue is like a cinematic opera-ballet. [...]

When an English gentleman and inventor, George (Rod Taylor), invites four high society friends over for dinner, his friends ponder his tardiness. Ms. Watchett (Doris Lloyd), George’s housemaid, announces that a handwritten note from George informs that they should head to the dining room and start dinner without him. After they sit down and start [...]

A preteen-aged housefly named Nat and his two best friends, I.Q. and Scooter, stow away on the Apollo 11 and journey into space for a trip to the moon. Fly Me to the Moon is a Belgian CGI animated 3D feature film that was the first animated movie created for 3D. Directed by Ben Stassen, it has an [...]

An awkward jokester, Cooper (Chris Marquette), is in the process of getting fired by his boss when he hears a deafening ringing noise. He awakens later to find himself cocooned in a web and pries off his silky entanglement. The whole office is now covered in webs and after fighting with a gigantic bug, he [...]

The year is 2019. It has been 10 years since the outbreak of a plague that has caused humans to turn into vampires. The humans who have resisted being turned in order to join the new race have become hunted and farmed for blood. They have become an endangered species. With so few humans left, [...]

When eight students head into the mountains for Easter break at an isolated cabin in the woods, a strange man proceeds to tell them the horrible tale of a Nazi group, who during World War II, were notorious for causing murder, mayhem and dabbling in stealing treasures not too far from their current location. They [...]

The opening scene plays out visually through the eyes of ‘something’ being born. Stuck in a womb, it cannot come out by itself and it is slipping in and out of consciousness. Through this vision, we experience what it would be like if we were aware of our birth and I give props to director [...]


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