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Invoked 2015 Horror Movie

Invoked Synopsis:

Five friends boozing it up on a desolate island go missing. But their camcorder tells the terrifying tale of a seance gone horribly wrong.

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Ciara Rose Burke – Ciara
Lynn Larkin – Lynn
Patrick Murphy – Patrick
Craig Grainger – Craig
Aaron Gibson – Aaron
Paula Phelan – Ghost Female
Peter Wolf – Ghost Male
Christopher Daly – Caretaker
Directors: Humberto Rosa, Thairon Mendes
Writers: Humberto Rosa (story by), Aaron Gibson (script by)

Movie Review:

I saw a handful of reviews before I decided to watch this movie, and I will say the majority of them weren’t that great, but after watching the trailer I wanted to check it out. And I was not disappointed in it.

It’s your typical 20-something year old’s partying somewhere they shouldn’t be and conjuring up some type of ghost or demon. And they begin to die one by one.

The movie starts off with the cops showing up to where the kids were partying. All the find is a trashed hotel and a camcorder. Once the cops hit play on the camcorder we get to see what unfolded throughout the night.

Movie picks up with the 5 characters on there way to an island to spend the weekend at a old hotel that is up for sale. After drinking for hours they decide to play a game. They inadvertently contacted the spirit of a woman that years earlier killed her husband and children. And when they decide they want to end the game they say Good Bye to the spirit and the only response they get is NO, this living the doorway open to the other side.

Everything is fine with the rest of the evening, but when the next day comes, they start disappearing one by one.

This movie is a good watch, so if your looking for something to watch on a Saturday night and you have NetFlix, give it a try… NetFlix Link:

Movie Rating: 4 out of 5


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In Memorium | What’s scarier than dying? | Horror Movie Review

In Memorium

In Memorium Synopsis:

Before Paranormal Activity and listed on Blumhouse’s website as one of “13 Lesser-Known Found Footage Horror Films We Dare You to Watch,” In Memorium follows Dennis Wade, who after a grim diagnosis, installs cameras in a rented home with his girlfriend to film his final weeks. Until a presence is caught on tape. Roy Lee (Producer, The Ring) calls it “A very creepy film that gets under your skin.”

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In Memorium Cast:

Erik McDowell – Dennis
Johanna Watts – Lily
Levi Powell – Frank
Mary Portser – Ms. Sporec
Doris Weldon – Rose
Directed: Amanda Gusack
Written by: Amanda Gusack

Movie Review:

This movie really didn’t have a lot of scare factor to it, but it was somewhat entertaining.

This movie starts with the main characters Dennis and Lily as they move into a new house so Dennis can live out his final days as he was just diagnosed with a terminal disease.

Dennis sets up cameras throughout his new house to record his final days in hopes of having them edited together to have a documentary of his final days. Everything seemed normal until he starts hearing weird things at night and they catch a shadowy figure on camera in one of the spare rooms. As they try to figure out who the spirit is, things start to get worse and worse for the couple that thing bring Dennis’s brother Frank into the mix.

Will Dennis actually be able to escape the house he planned on dying in? or will his plan actually still happen, just not the way he planned on it.

Movie Rating: 4 out of 5


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The Bay | Panic Feeds on Fear | Movie Review

The Bay

The Bay Synopsis:

The residents of a seaside Maryland community become the unfortunate hosts of mutant, waterborne parasites that take control of their minds and bodies.

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The Bay Cast:

Kether Donohue as Donna Thompson
Kristen Connolly as Stephanie
Will Rogers as Alex
Stephen Kunken as Dr. Jack Abrams
Robert Treveiler as Dr. Williams
Nansi Aluka as Jaqueline
Christopher Denham as Sam
Frank Deal as Mayor John Stockman
Michael Beasley as Deputy Jimson
Jody Thompson as Deputy Paul
Andrew Stahl as Sheriff Lee Roberts
Jane McNeill as Victim #1
Directed: Barry Levinson
Screenplay: Michael Wallach
Story by: Barry Levinson and Michael Wallach

Movie Review:

I was hoping for a little bit more of a scare factor to this film, but there really wasn’t. Reading the synopsis about parasites taking people over I figured there would be a lot more chaos, but nope. More or less this movie is about people getting sick and then dying. So if you have nothing else to watch, and you have Amazon Prime, watch it. Cause its free.

Movie Rating: 2 out of 5


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