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    “BENEATH” (Movie Review)

    BENEATH is a movie that plays best if you don’t take it too literally. That may seem an odd thing to say about a flick in which a killer fish chows down on hapless teenagers, but then most nature-amok low-budgeters aren’t directed by Larry Fessenden, who never metaphor he didn’t like.

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    EXCL Clip: Mormon Stalker Movie, “MISSIONARY”

    Stalker movies, man. There’s something about the utterly obsessed that’s massively unsettling, and I’d argue it isn’t their dangerous devotion. No, it’s the complete and total willingness to make every situation cringe-worthy, to storm past social bounds and codes, seemingly begging to make any interaction the most awful it could possibly be. Speaking of: MISSIONARY, […]

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    Actor talks “SLEEPAWAY CAMP” cast-reunion flick “BLOOD RESERVOIR”

    Three decades after playing young Peter Baker in SLEEPAWAY CAMP, actor Maximo Sorrentino (a.k.a. Frank Sorrentino) is back on screen with that film’s stars Felissa Rose and Jonathan Tiersten in the horror film BLOOD RESERVOIR. We got a few words from the actor (the older brother of JERSEY SHORE’s Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino) about the […]

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    Lovering to Direct Elisa Lam-inspired “THE BRINGING”

    By now you’ve seen the Elisa Lam video. A young woman, who’d soon turn up dead is caught in a void of dread in the Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles, a place already known for brushes with infamous activity (like that of Richard Ramirez and Vienna Strangler Jack Unterweger). Lam enters an elevator, the door won’t […]

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