Darryl Masters is the host of his own house flipping show, “Mastering Disaster”, along with his daughter and presumptive heir to his business, Rebecca. As soon as they begin work on their latest project, things start to go wrong, and Darryl is starting to believe that the house is responsible…
Not sure if this film was suppose to be a horror movie or a comedy, because I spent a majority of the film laughing. Eric Kramer is a funny man. Either way I enjoyed this film, it would have gotten 5 out of 5 if it wasn’t for the ending. So anyone that is going to decide to watch 8989 Redstone, don’t expect to much from the end, other then that the rest of it was great.
To sum up the movie quickly, it’s a reality show that flips houses and this house that they decided to flip ends up being haunted. So of course they run into a million and one problems during the flip.
Just on a quick side note, the movie takes place in Detroit, and it’s an abandoned mansion that they are renovating. And I think it is a complete shame how numerous neighborhoods in Detroit have been abandoned. Some of the buildings are just beautiful and need just a little TLC.
Three women new to Thailand (Ciara Hanna, Emily O’Brien, Jackie Moore) are terrorized by bloody dreams that lure them down the cryptic, dark paths of forgotten folklore and hateful revenge.
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Ciara Hanna as Alex Emily O’Brien as Julia Jackie Moore as Rachel Russell Geoffrey Banks as Colin Sohanne Bengana as Vlad Byron Gibson as Byron Jack Prinya as Male Nurse Jared Cohn as Shane Wallop Terathong as Sang
I would like to say this movie is a must watch, but unfortunately I can’t. This film is another one of those movies that literally put me to sleep. I managed to stay awake for about half of it, but then lost interest and crashed out.
The plot was so so, but the actors missed their mark on this one, there was a couple of the actors that did good, but not going to say who. So if you want my opinion, pass on this one, unless you have nothing else to watch.
It seemed perfect – a new marriage, a new house, and a child on the way. But when Sarah and Matt invite their friends to celebrate, an innocent ghost hunt turns deadly as they explore the remains of a burned-out prison. The ill-fated group encounters horrors of this world and beyond. No one is safe – not even the unborn.
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Chelsey Crisp – Sarah Riley Smith – Eric Michael Steger – Matt Lyndon Smith – Skye Brittany Ishibashi – Bree Elimu Nelson – Dave David Yow – Deputy Wilson
What to say about this film?
First off, usually you find actors to be almost the same character no matter what they are in, they tend to get type casted. I will say Chelsey Crisp did very well in this movie and was so far different from her character on “Fresh off the boat”.
Bleed started on seeming like it was going to be a very pleasing film. The film started with a little girl walking into a run down general store and accusing the store owner of being a murderer. She ran out of the store with the store owners son I believe following her, not till almost all the way through the movie do we find out what her outcome was.
Then the movie picks up with the lead character Sarah on the way to her new house, but she is stopped cause of a flat tire. The local sheriff deputy stops and helps out, but begins to act strangely when he notices a birthmark on her neck, the same birthmark the little girl in the beginning of the film had on her inner wrist.
Sarah finally manages to get home were her and her husband are having guests over for a little get together. The her hippie brother and his girlfriend show up out of the blue and crash the party. During their meal they start talking about Sarah and his past and their supernatural experiences growing up and how it changed them. This freaks out Sarah because she hasn’t told her husband about any of these things. Then Dave starts to talk about a local story and a burnt down prison, and everyone decides to go investigate it for ghosts, Matt the husband only wants to go to disprove the whole ghost thing to the brother Eric.
To find out what happens at the prison your just going to have to watch. The reason for only giving this film 2 1/2 out of 5, is the fact it left way to many unanswered questions and did a poor job of explaining a lot of things.
Two childhood friends, 21 years old, who are trying to create a documentary in Wisconsin, struggle to keep their friendship intact after a string of seemingly paranormal events lead to the staggering conclusion that a group of three strangers are behind the activity. Their quest to discover and convict the culprits via evidence captured on camera becomes the new focus on the documentary, resulting in a cinematic endeavor that could prove to be their last. With real locations, real people, and real relationships, this is the realest found footage film you will ever experience.
Review: Rohl Farms Haunting
This movie was actually not half bad, but there was a lot of things about it that made no sense at all.
First of all two of the characters are supposed to be executive producers on the movie they are making through out the film, but never once are they there to help. And the one character was forced to be there, and he stayed a whole 20 minutes. And also the main characters girlfriend is out of town, but oddly enough she never comes back anytime during the movie.
Secondly the killers of the film, there is no rhyme or reason for them. What is their purpose, where did they come from, why are they after the main characters. They could of explained it a little bit, or gave us sometime of hint. And what was the purpose of everything happening every night at 11:55pm? The filmmakers left a lot on the table. I enjoy a good movie that leaves you thinking after it’s over, but not the things I was left thinking.
Regardless I was entertained, even with the lack of a lot of explanation and a lot of empty plot points.
Synopsis: Amityville: The Awakening: Long Island, New York’s most terrifying house is back on the market. A decade after Ryan Reynolds and Melissa George moved in for some very restless nights, 2015’s Amityville: The Awakening reboots the horror staple with Jennifer Jason Leigh as the head of the household. You can get a taste of the chills and thrills in the exclusive trailer above.
Just like all the previous Amityville Horror movies i’ll be looking forward to seeing this one also, keep an eye out for this one on January 3rd.