GREMLIN (2017) | Big things come in small packages on July 11

GREMLIN (2017)

Emmy Award winning director, Ryan Bellgardt’s (Army of Frankenstein) highly anticipated creature feature Gremlin hits VOD July 11 from Uncork’d Entertainment.

GREMLIN Synopsis:

Adam receives a mysterious box from a relative containing a creature that will kill everyone he cares about. The only way to be rid of the curse is to give the box to someone he loves. As the ominous timer on the box counts down to its end, he can only imagine the horrors that await. Does he give the box away to save his family, or unleash a monster upon humanity? He can’t destroy it. He can’t escape it. He can only give it to someone he loves…

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Cast:

Geoff Barron – Police Officer
Christian Bellgardt – Henry Thatcher
Katie Burgess – Anna Thatcher
Aaron Bushong – Police Officer
Stacy Casaluci – Lisa Roberts
Tyler Cobb – Mad Man
Chris Crane – Police Chief
Steven Dawson – Police Officer
Mary Eaton – Police Officer
Adam Faulkner – Police Officer
Audra Faust – Unfortunate Soul
Dustin Faust – Grieving Man
Connie Franklin – Natalie Rose

Director: Ryan Bellgardt Writer: Ryan Bellgardt

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Black Eyed Children: Let Me In

Black Eyed Children: Let Me In (2015)

Black Eyed Children

Black Eyed Children: Let Me In Synopsis:

An aspiring film-maker embarks on a journey investigating the nightmarish and haunting stories behind the Black Eyed Children phenomenon. Through first-hand accounts, professional paranormal experts, and for the first time ever, actual found-footage the so-called-myths and legends are brought to life. During the making, a discovery is made that changes the life of the film-maker and will change those of the viewers’. Witness this growing legend in Black Eyed Children: Let Me In.

Movie Trailer:

Cast:

Candice ‘CJ’ Johnson – Professor Madden
Marcus Murphy – Dale
Megan Hughes – Abby
Justin Snyder – The Film-maker
Coraline Weinroth – Interviewee #2
Styves Exantus – Religious student
Vanessa Provencher – Elizabeth Shaw
Rachael Koenig – Aries The Psychic
Stanley Turner – Terrence ‘TY’ Larence
Amanda Godfrey – lab technician Amanda
Michael Rincon – Interviewee

Director: Justin Snyder Writer: Justin Snyder & Serene Tohmy

Mini Movie Review:

Not even really sure where to start with this movie, not a whole lot of good things to say about it if any. I think what bothers me the most with this movie is the fact that the main character was wearing a dirty shirt during the first two interviews he did. I mean come on your doing a movie, put on a clean shirt. Not one that has a big stain going down the front. I know it doesn’t really have an effect on the movie, it just bugged me. Also surprised seeing him driving a Geo Storm, I haven’t seen one of those since about 1998.

The movie is almost entirely made up of the main character Justin interviewing people, and the people weren’t all that interesting so it got pretty boring, quick.

The best part of the movie has got to be when we get to see the footage of the mysterious tape he got in the mail, that’s really the only time we get to see the BEC, except for whatever he chased into the sewer tunnel. So for a movie about the Black Eyed Children, it sure was lacking the Black Eyed Children.

Movie Rating: 1 out of 5

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Steelmanville Road | They thought they had inherited their dream home…

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.

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Cast:

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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