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Strawberry Estates (2001)

Strawberry Estates

Synopsis:

A small expedition explores a haunted insane asylum.

Cast & Crew:

Lisa Chelenza – Jennifer Brahams
Chrissy Frick – Sarah Richmond
Bob Fullenbaum – Dr. Jonathan P. Laurel
Jason Reed – Jason Knowles
Carlo Russo – Brother
Dan Elliot – Fitzgerald Webb

Director: Ron Bonk Writer: Ron Bonk

Mini Review:

I had originally rated this just a tad bit lower cause of the quality but then I realized it’s an older film and that kind of changed my opinion of it.

For a free movie on Amazon Prime it wasn’t too bad, kind of wish there was more of a paranormal aspect to it besides the last 5 minutes really. Also, wish they would not have used up so much time explaining the history of the place at the beginning of the film. Got kind of boring really quick.

We all know though I am a sucker for any found footage movie no matter how good or how bad it may be. This one though is watchable and entertaining for the most part.

If you’re a fan of the Found Footage genre and have Amazon Prime you should check this film out, plus it’s free. >> Strawberry Estates <<

Movie Rating: 3 out of 5

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Amityville: No Escape (2016) | No one leaves…

Amityville: No Escape (2016)

Amityville: No Escape poster

Synopsis:

A group of college students go into the deep woods of the most haunted town in America to better understand fear – and they found it.

Cast & Crew:

Stephen Arthur Alexander – Video Store Clerk
Matt Brassfield – Video Store Clerk
Joni Durian – Sarah Benning
Alia Gabrielle – Lisa Sheets
Allison Egan – Elizabeth Wells
Ira Gansler – Woodsman
Katrina Gansler – Little Girl
Julia Gomez – Lina

Director: Henrique Couto Writers: Ira Gansler

Mini Review:

When I first saw this on Amazon Prime I thought to myself, not another Amityville movie. Just what the world needs but then I saw it was directed by Henrique Couto and I saw two other movies made by him earlier in the week (Alone in the Ghost House & Devil’s Trail) and I enjoyed them. So I figured what will it hurt to watch one more pointless Amityville movie. Plus the fact it was a found footage movie that really helped me decide on watching it.

And I must say I wasn’t disappointed in the movie. So even if you are tired of Amityville movies give this one a try, you’ll enjoy it.

Movie Rating: 4 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)

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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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