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Keep Watching (2017)

Keep Watching

Synopsis:

A family become imprisoned in their home by intruders, who force them to play a life-and-death game, where the mysterious rules become clear as the night unfolds.

Cast & Crew:

Bella Thorne – Jamie
Chandler Riggs – John Mitchell
Ioan Gruffudd – Carl Mitchell
Natalie Martinez – Nicole
Jared Abrahamson – Josh
Matthew Willig – Terror
Leigh Whannell – Mysterious Guest
Christopher James Baker – Creator
April McCullough – Betty Mitchell

Director: Sean Carter Writers: Joseph Dembner

Mini Review:

Been waiting awhile to watch this one and I finally did. Must say I was slightly disappointed with it. Not saying it was a bad movie, it just wasn’t very good and the ending kind of ruined it for me. I think Chandler Riggs is a fine actor but in this movie, he was a little bland but I also think he didn’t have a lot to work with.

I know my reviews are usually super short but this one is really short because I really dont feel like writing anything. This was a great movie and it wasnt horrible, so watch it if you want to.

Movie Rating: 2 out of 5

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Alone in the Ghost House (2015) | They wanted fame. They found pure evil.

Alone in the Ghost House (2015)

Alone in the Ghost House (2015) Poster

Synopsis:

A minor celebrity and her husband head out on the road to investigate the most haunted house in America for their very own reality show, but upon arriving at the Devil’s Commune things become worse than they could have ever imagined. They wanted fame, they found HELL.

Cast & Crew:

Adam Scott Clevenger – Anthony
Henrique Couto – Ford
Joni Durian – Lana
John Bradley Hambrick – Derek
Erin R. Ryan – Tabitha
Iabou Windimere – Sophie

Director: Henrique Couto Writers: Henrique Couto, John Oak Dalton

Mini Review:

This movie was actually rather entertaining, it didn’t have a lot in the way of jump scares and other creepy moments but as far as a b-rated found footage movie it was pretty good. Also knowing the movie was shot in three days and a majority of the dialogue was improvised I was impressed. The movie did seem a lot different than I thought it would be from watching the trailer but that’s ok it was still good just not what I was expecting. The only reason I gave it four out of five cause I didn’t really care for the ending even though I was surprised by it. I almost came close to renting this on Google Play but I saw it on Amazon and figured for free I have to watch it but I still would have been pleased if I paid to see it.

So if you get a chance you should really check out Alone In the Ghost House.

Movie Rating: 4 out of 5

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Ninja III: The Domination (1984) | He’s the ultimate killer. She’s the perfect weapon.

Ninja III: The Domination (1984)

Synopsis:

An evil ninja attempts to avenge his death from beyond the grave, by possessing an innocent woman’s body.

Cast & Crew:

Shô Kosugi – Yamada
Lucinda Dickey – Christie
Jordan Bennett – Billy Secord
David Chung – Black Ninja
Dale Ishimoto – Okuda
James Hong – Miyashima
Bob Craig – Netherland
Pamela Ness – Alana
Roy Padilla – Winslow
Moe Mosley – Pickwick

Director: Sam Firstenberg Writers: James R. Silke

Mini Review:

This is one of those movies as a kid I would watch it every time it came on TV and that was a lot. Recently saw it was on Amazon Prime and thought I would check it out and see if it stood up to the test of time. And I still think it was as entertaining as it was when I watch it as a kid. Guess some movies never get old.

One thing I still wish they would explain and this even bothered me as a kid, why did the Ninja kill the guy on the golf course in the beginning? I assume he was someone important like a politician or something but who knows.

Anyway if you’re into cheesy 80s martial arts flicks this is a must watch.

Movie Rating: 4 out of 5

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