Anna (2013) | Once you enter her mind, there’s no escape.

Anna (2013)



A man with the ability to enter people’s memories takes on the case of a brilliant, troubled sixteen-year-old girl to determine whether she is a sociopath or a victim of trauma.

Cast & Crew:

Mark Strong – John Washington
Saskia Reeves – Michelle Greene
Richard Dillane – Robert
Indira Varma – Judith Morrow
Noah Taylor – Peter Lundgren
Alberto Ammann – Tom Ortega
Brian Cox – Sebastian
Molly Stein – Daniela Hooper
Marc PadrĂ³ – Intruder
Frida Palsson – Anna Washington
Aisha Prigann – Marjorie
Taissa Farmiga – Anna Greene
Sanny van Heteren – Samantha Harris

Director: Jorge Dorado Writers: Guy Holmes, Martha Holmes

Mini Review:


This isn’t usually the type of movie I watch, watching the trailer I thought it leaned more towards horror than a psychological thriller but I was wrong. This was one of those movies that keep you guessing throughout the whole movie and when you think you know what’s going on you don’t.

I would have rated it 5 out of 5 if I didn’t figure out what was going on at the beginning of the movie. The movie is about a mind the is a mind detective, as in he enters peoples minds to bring out memories. There is a 16-year-old girl Anna that decides to go on a hunger strike so her wealthy parents call in the mind detective to help her end her strike. Which to me really didn’t make sense, why have a mind detective for that? Anyway, as he is going through her memories he uncovers a lot more disturbing things, or so you think. Is Anna really letting her see her memories or is she creating fake memories for him?

A couple of things that bothered me was inconsistencies in some of the details. When the detective went to talk to one of Anna’s classmates she said there was no Mousey at their school. But when the detective looked in the yearbook there was a Mousey, it just wasn’t who Anna said it was. Just little details like that, that drives me nuts. Even with that though it’s a really good movie and worth the watch.

Movie Rating: 4 out of 5


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Bedeviled (2016) | Evil is about to go Viral

Bedeviled (2016)

Bedeviled Movie Poster

Bedeviled Synopsis:

After a friend’s untimely death, five teenagers receive invites to download a new app called Mr. Bedevil that turns their nightmares into reality.

Movie Trailer:


Saxon Sharbino – Alice Gorman
Bonnie Morgan – Grandmother
Brandon Soo Hoo – Dan
Alexis G. Zall – Nikki
Aaron Hendry – Mr. Difilipo
Robyn Cohen – Patricia Gorman
Victory Van Tuyl – Haley Davis
Matty Finochio – Samuel Price
Kate Orsini – Susan
Brett Wagner – Fat Clown
Camden Toy – Tall Clown
Mitchell Edwards – Cody
Jordan Essoe – Mr. Bedevil

Director: Abel Vang, Burlee Vang Writers: Abel Vang, Burlee Vang

Mini Movie Review:

Another Saturday night, another movie to be picked. This weekend the winner was Bedeviled on Netflix.

This movie honestly reminded me of a retelling of Stephen King’s IT. Mr. Bedeviled reminded me a lot of Pennywise, even at one point in the movie they had the famous red balloon from IT. This isn’t me saying the movie wasn’t entertaining or anything just seemed really familiar.

The movie is about five friends that get a mobile app installed on their phones after one of their friends end up dead. The app is similar to Siri or whatever other apps out there are like that. The app seems harmless at first until it starts doing things that aren’t so nice. The app knows your fears and feeds off of them (hence reminding me of Pennywise).

Will the 5 friends be able to uninstall the app before it’s too late? If you want to check out this movie it can be found on Netflix. Bedeviled on Netflix

Movie Rating: 4 out of 5


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American Horror House (2012) | Students Wanted… For Eternity.

American Horror House (2012)

American Horror House

American Horror House Synopsis:

It’s Halloween night. A sorority house is inundated with ghosts while the housemother goes on a killing spree.

Movie Trailer:


Alessandra Torresani – Daria
Jackie Tuttle – Colleen
Dave Davis – Lloyd
Morgan Fairchild – Miss Margot / Rosemary
Carol Jean Wells – Rosemary
Salina Duplessis – Sarah
Cameron Deane Stewart – Derek
Sarah Ellis Smith – Marylynn
Isabel Cueva – Miss Pena
Sydney Spies – Missy
Jennie Kamin – Riley
Ashton Leigh – Tish

Director: Darin Scott Writers: Anthony C. Ferrante

Mini Movie Review:

I previously saw this movie years ago but earlier today SyFy channel aired it again so I figured I would watch it. I will say for a cheesy b-rated movie it is rather entertaining. To sum the movie up it’s about a sorority house that is run by an evil spirit and it’s the night of a big Halloween party. The house mother wants to add a few more permanent residents to the house. Will anyone survive the party?

Movie Rating: 3 out of 5


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