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Josh Stewart return to the horror fold with his feature length directorial debut, the found footage flick, The Hunted.
Demon's Rook is an amalgamation of pure insanity. If you're a fan of late-70s and early-80s fare, you're going to get a big kick out of this one.
Anna isn’t the average thriller. An impressive script is the driving force behind this creepy film that toys with the ideas of dream exploration, sexual abuse, murder and deception.
Lowlife is a weird, experimental feature that could very well draw a cult following. It could conceivably disappear just as easily.
As Above, So Below (2014) is an interesting found footage adventure that benefits from an original plotline and a foreign environment, but suffers from below average acting.
Writers Till Hastreiter (who also directs), Maximilian Vogel and Philipp Wolf seem to take the Don Coscarelli approach, stuffing a dozen different ideas into one bloated script. Unlike Coscarelli, they’re unable to inject the charm required to make it all work.
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