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The Shadow People (2017)

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Synopsis:

When a young couple moves into their dream home, it quickly turns into a nightmare. Megan is haunted by shadowy figures and ghostly images that grow increasingly real…and threatening. As the house seems to take hold of her, Megan grows weaker and struggles with her sanity until the couple must face the supernatural forces head-on in a fight for their lives.cted.

Cast & Crew:

C. Thomas Howell – Kaine
Bug Hall – Andrew
Juli Erickson – Elderly Ghost
Grant James – Elderly Ghost
Frederic Doss – EMT
Kat Steffens – Megan
Randy Lindsey – Sheriff

Director: Brian T. Jaynes Writer: David Wilson

Movie Rating: 3 out of 5

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Mini Review:

I watched this movie a couple of weeks ago on Amazon Prime after watching the trailer, and I will say it wasn’t exactly what I thought it was going to be. It was still decent and worth the watch, I just thought it would have a lot more of a paranormal feel to it. Really didn’t have much of a scare factor to it.

I will say though I did not see the ending coming, usually, I will figure out a movie within the first 15 minutes or so, but not this time. I should have had it figured out but I didn’t. If you’re looking for something to watch and you have Prime, you should really give this one a chance.

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100 Ghost Street: The Return of Richard Speck (2012)

100 Ghost Street: The Return of Richard Speck (2012)

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Synopsis:

In 2010, paranormal investigators tried to film Richard Speck’s ghost at the site of his heinous killing spree. The victims’ families have finally released the footage that documents their last days.

Cast & Crew:

Steve Bencich – Ghost (voice)
Tony Besson – Dave
Hayley Derryberry – Sarah
Chance Harlem Jr. – Earl
Mike Holley – Mike
Jennifer Robyn Jacobs – Jen
Adam LaFramboise – AdamNancy Leopardi – Ghost (voice)
David Lindmark – Driver DL
Jackie Moore – Jackie
Chris Serafin – Speck
Jim Shipley – Jim

Director: Martin Wichmann Andersen Writer: Nancy Leopardi

Movie Rating: 4 out of 5

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Mini Review:

This movie is pretty on par with most found footage movies you can find on Amazon Prime. And as everyone knows I am pretty much a sucker for any found footage movie. Good or bad I’ll watch it at least once.

This is your typical found footage, a bunch of young paranormal investigators going into an old abandoned building to search for the ghosts of murder victims and the murderer and they are usually filming a TV show. And that’s what they are doing in this one also. One main difference with this one is the acting is actually fairly decent, which usually it’s not.

So if you are a fan of this sub-genre you should check this one out especially if you have Amazon Prime.

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