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Exscind (2017)


Exscind Synopsis:

After reading a magazine article about a case of multiple murders 50 years ago, an excited paranormal group sets out to investigate the site where the serial killers lived and where the horrifying crimes occurred. As day turns to night and evidence mounts, they encounter a situation far beyond their control and expectations.

Movie Trailer:


Dave Andrews – Robert Carr
Louie Babcock – Wade Norris
Philip Bumgardner – Rancher
Amy Byzewski – Carla Evans
Jason Carey – Alan Stewart
Mark Diers – Sheriff Warren
Eric Goodrie – Chad Thompson
Ben Heit – Howard Olson
Michael Lien – Larry Williams
Charese McClary – Doreen Olson
Melissa Schwingler – Joan Walton
Robert Simon – Eric Hall
Michelle Stahlecker – Gina Campbell

Director: Les Sholes Writer: Les Sholes

Mini Movie Review:

This has got to be one of the worst movies I have picked out to watch on a Saturday night in a long time. This movie deserves a negative rating, to be honest.

So many issues with this movie, worst thing of all the first 29 minutes of the movie was about a sheriff telling the history of the house the paranormal investigators are going to investigate. And the actor (Louie Babcock) that plays the character of Wade has got to be one of the worst actors I’ve seen in a b-rated movie in awhile. Not sure what casting agent thought it would be a good idea to give him one of the lead roles.

So normally I would say something along the lines of if you have nothing else to do this movie is worth watching, no not this time. This movie straight up sucks and don’t waste your time.

Movie Rating: 1 out of 5


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Paranormal Activity 3 ads slapped with pre-watershed ban

source: http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2012/mar/14/paranormal-activity-pre-watershed-ban?newsfeed=true

A TV campaign promoting big screen horror sequel Paranormal Activity 3 has been curtailed by the advertising watchdog after complaints that children had suffered “personal distress” from the ads.

The campaign, by Paramount Pictures, comprised a series of three 10-second TV ads shot as if they were taken on a home video camera.

It showed furniture being violently moved around, a woman being invisibly pulled backwards and thrown on a bed, and eerie silhouettes of people in darkened rooms.

The Advertising Standards Authority received 29 complaints about the campaign even though it was only cleared for broadcast after 7.30pm to protect younger viewers.

Viewers complained that young children had been upset by the ads, that a number had reported “personal distress” and that the campaign should not have been broadcast before 9pm.

Clearcast, which pre-vets ads before they are broadcast, said that the audience was old enough to know the 10-second clips were a trailer for a horror film which had been given a 15 certificate.

But the ASA said the ads should not have been broadcast before 9pm and imposed a pre-watershed ban on the campaign.