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Steelmanville Road (2017)

Steelmanville Road

Steelmanville Road Synopsis:

Steelmanville Road is the found footage prequel to Bad Ben. Matt and Rachael Harris inherit a home from her mother, a woman she never met that put her up for adoption at birth. It’s the type of home they dreamed of owning but thought they’d never be able to afford. Strange things start happening almost immediately after moving in and everything is captured on video.

Steelmanville Road Trailer:


Christopher Partridge – Matt
Ian Mullin – Silas
Jessica Partridge – Rachel
Elijah – Alex Pallen
Jason – AJ Mendini
Mona – Jeanne Sutton

Director: Nigel Bach Writer: Nigel Bach

Mini Movie Review:

The way I look at it, you can never go wrong with a cheesy B-rated horror flick. I mean you don’t expect much from it, so how can you really be disappointed?

Steelmanville Road is the prequel to the movie Bad Ben, which I found entertaining as well. Glad they made this flick cause it explains a lot of what happened in Bad Ben.

The story starts off with Matt and Rachel, and Rachel is surprising her boyfriend with a new house. Rachel’s birth mother just passed away and left the house to Rachel. It seems to be the perfect house, but soon after things start to happen. From voices to shadows to things moving around the house.

The story is pretty much your typical paranormal related movie. The thing that was the most surprising was where all the hauntings originated from. But I won’t give that away so you can be surprised yourself.

Movie Rating: 3 out of 5


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Changing of Ben Moore (2015) | The Cult Next Door

Changing of Ben Moore (2015)

Changing of Ben Moore

Changing of Ben Moore Movie Synopsis:

A teenage orphan on a journey of self-discovery starts a video journal when he begins to experience blackouts and health issues. When his dog is found dead and his girlfriend goes missing his quest turns to discovering who is responsible.

Riddle Room Trailer:


Umberto Celisano – Ben Moore
Corey Beaulieu – Derick Moore
David Lloyd – Jordan
Bruce Novakowski – John
Shannen Melissa – Sara
Therese Martin – Laura
Sarah Sidhu – Grace
Greg Russell Tiderington – Father David
Holly Barkwell – Karen
Anthony Welch – Police Officer

Director & Writer: Jason Mills

Mini Movie Review:

Watched this movie about a month ago, and I’m just thankful it was on Amazon Prime and didn’t actually cost me anything. The movie really didn’t make a whole lot of sense to me. It’s about a guy named Ben Moore that is going through some things including not being hungry or being able to sleep. So he decides to see what’s going on he will start recording his life to get to the bottom of things.

He’s either possessed or is changing into some type of monster. They never really do a good job of explaining what the hell is going on. I think one of the things that even made the movie worse was the acting of Ben Moore’s characters girlfriend, Sara. I try not to mention anyones acting skills, but this chick just kind of straight up sucked.

So if you want to watch a movie that’s going to leave you confused and disappointed, this movie is for you!

Movie Rating: 1 out of 5


Changing of Ben Moore Stills:

Amazon Link: Changing of Ben Moore

Home Movie (2008) | Found Footage

Home Movie (2008)

Home Movie Synopsis:

In the remote woods of Upstate New York, David and Clare Poe are attempting to live an idyllic life. However, their twin children’s bizarre behavior might just tear the family apart.

Home Movie Trailer:


Adrian Pasdar – David Poe
Cady McClain – Clare Poe
Amber Joy Williams – Emily Poe
Austin Williams – Jack Poe
Lucian Maisel – Christian McNamara

Director & Writer: Christopher Denham

Movie Review:

This movie had it’s moments, not a lot of them, but a few…

The movie centers around a family of four. A husband and wife and ten year old twins. From what you can gather the family picked up everything a moved to the middle of nowhere from the city. Your somewhat led to believe they moved to the country for their kids. Their two kids Jack & Emily seem to have many problems, from not listening to mutilating small animals, including the family cat.

From the outside they seems to have the perfect marriage and family, but on the inside it’s pure hell. Will David and Clare survive their kids demented behavior.

I’m not really sure if I would suggest this movie or not. There are parts that are somewhat entertaining, but there’s a lot more that isn’t. And there was one to many plot holes that were left wide open. Mainly who is the old man in the closet, and what thumped the camera during Thanksgiving Dinner.

Movie Rating: 2 out of 5


Home Movie Stills:

Amazon Link: Home Movie (2008)