Haunted House on Sorority Row (2014) | Something in this house is effecting these girls’ minds… and bodies…

Haunted House on Sorority Row (2014)

Haunted House on Sorority Row

Synopsis:

A fledging sorority moves into a dilapidated house only to find something evil is lurking in the shadows. Is it an elaborate hazing ritual? Or is something sinister – something paranormal – behind the mental and physical assault?

Cast & Crew:

Marylee Osborne – Tiffany
Erin R. Ryan – Sherrie
Iabou Windimere – Lexi
Joni Durian – Alex
Tonjia Atomic – Grandmother (voice)
Haley Madison – Melissa
Tara Clark – The Harlot
Rachael Redolfi – Brit-Brit

Director: Henrique Couto Writer: John Oak Dalton

Mini Review:

If you ask me this is another entertaining flick from the mind of Henrique Couto. I’m glad I came across his films on Amazon, I would actually pay to watch them and the fact they are free with your Prime membership makes them even better. In the last couple of weeks, I’ve watched Alone in the Ghost House, Devil’s Trail, Amityville: No Escape, Calamity Jane and now Haunted House on Sorority Row. It’s great he uses a lot of the same actors for his films especially since I think they are decent actors. He also uses the same house in a handful of his flicks which I think is neat.

This movie is about a group of girls that purchase this house for there sorority at a bargain price because a tragic event happened there in the past. After they move in all kinds of bad thing start to happen. Will they figure out the mystery of the house and survive until morning or will the house add a few more victims to the list?

If you have Amazon Prime you really got to give this movie a try along with the other movies I mentioned above. You can’t go wrong with free plus it’s always good to help support an independent film maker.

Movie Rating: 4 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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Devil’s Trail (2017) | It’s real.

Devil’s Trail (2017)

Devil's Trail

Synopsis:

Two reality TV stars are experts at survival, but when they decide to embark upon the legendary home of the Jersey Devil can they survive? Reality TV just got real.

Cast & Crew:

Henrique Couto – Hank
Joni Durian – Witch 1
John Bradley Hambrick – Dallas
Rachael Redolfi – Witch 3
Erin R. Ryan – Witch 2

Director: Henrique Couto Writers: Jeremy Biltz

Mini Review:

When I noticed most of the people involved with Alone in the Ghost House were also involved with this movie I just had to check it out because I rather enjoyed that movie except for the ending. This movie was kind of like an episode of Naked and Afraid without the naked part (except for the three witches, but they were blurred out so it didn’t count) and a paranormal aspect was thrown in.

Kind of like the Ghost House movie I really enjoyed the whole thing but the ending. It seems like a lot of movies anymore are really good but the ending ruins it. Well, maybe not ruins it but brings it down somewhat. It’s almost like they get lazy towards the end of a movie and don’t know how to properly tie things up. Regardless of the ending though you should check out the movie, it’s worth it.

Movie Rating: 4 out of 5

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