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Dean Cain is a sex robot pimp in 2050
February 12th, 2019 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]


In the year 2019, sex robot brothels are protested against. Who is to say that in 31 years they are accepted into society by those who can afford their services. That is what the movie 2050, is going to explore.

2050 is about “a married video game developer who is introduced to a warehouse that customizes androids for human companionship. Dean Cain plays the role of Maxwell, the mastermind behind the warehouse.”

The film about finding your perfect artificial mate appropiatly begins its theaterical run on Valentine’s Day. This feature gives me hope that someday I will be able to finally find my perfect mate. Hopefully, he will be solar because think how expensive he can get? Forget Fifty Shades, this is my sex fantasy.

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Five Feet Apart will be the tear jerker of the year
January 17th, 2019 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]


Forbidden love stories with teens already pull at our heartstrings. Now, imagine one where they both of Cystic Fibrosis and cannot be within six feet of each other because they could die if they get any closer. That is the premise for Five Feet Apart.

Get your tissue boxes ready by March 22nd because you are not going to want to miss this movie starring Haley Lu Richardson and Cole Sprouse who are fighting for love as much as they are fighting to live. CF is not only destroying their lungs it is destroying their hearts too. Will they ever be able to get closer than five feet apart? We will find out after crying lots and lots of tears

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How much do you wish to see The Final Wish?
January 15th, 2019 under Movies, The Final Destination. [ Comments: none ]


On January 24th, for one night only, The Final Wish is coming to a theater near you. The suspenseful horror movie proves that getting everything you wish for might not be a good thing. Although, the movie should be a good thing because it by Jeffrey Reddick who gave us the terrifying Final Destination.

Aaron Hammond (Michael Welch) returns to his hometown to help his grieving mother (Lin Shaye), who is dealing with the loss of her husband and his dad, and to confront his past demons. While going through his father’s stuff he finds a mysterious object. An object that seems like the answer to all of his dreams, but turns everything into a living nightmare. Will he be able to break the curse with Tony Todd or will he never wake up this ongoing nightmare.

Find out when the movie hits theaters for one magical night that will stay with you long after the end credits roll. To see if it is playing near you, check out Fathom. Not only will you get to see the film, but you also get to view a Q&A with the cast and producers that was filmed at Screamfest. Not a bad deal.

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You will want to be The 6th Friend’s seventh one
January 13th, 2019 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]


Behind the scenes, most horror movies are worked on by predominantly men, but not The 6th Friend that is playing in theaters now. Not only does the movie star six women including Scream Queen Jamie Bernadette, but it was also written by two women, Bernadette and Letia Miller, and directed by Miller. Therefore, you know it will tell the tale from a woman’s perspective. Something this horror movie fan has been waiting for since her dad introduced her to the genre when she was 4.

Six friends go to a remote cabin to celebrate their college graduation, and they party a little too much and too hard. Especially, when one of them invites her drug dealer over and he brings some acid with him. While the girls are tripping something goes wrong and not everyone will walk out of there alive.

Five years later, Joey (Bernadette) is kidnapped by her friend Melissa (Chantelle Albers) because she wants to get the girls, Heather (Dominique Swain), Heather (Jessica Morris), Sahara (Tania Nolan) and Becca (Monique Rosario), together again. Joey cannot move on from that night, so the last place she wants to be is back at that cabin where it all happened.

Melissa decided to have the reunion there because she has been seeing that man that they killed on that night and she wants to talk about it with her friends. She is not the only one who has been seeing the man in all black with a scary mask on. In fact, the only one who has not seen him is Joey.

That is all about to change because Joey is about to see him. Sadly for her and her friends, this time is back to finally get his revenge on them. One by one, they are slowly killed off by the mysterious stranger. What does he want? It is an ending with a twist no one will see coming.

Could be because this movie was worked on by predominately women and they know how to change things up and not give us the same old story.

The 6th Friend is a slow suspenseful movie that lets you get to know the characters before they are killed off. Once that murders start happening, the pace picks up and you get some original kills. Violent but not overly gross or CGIed like most recent slasher films.

If you have been craving a throwback horror movie with a different vibe, then become friends with The 6th Friend. Take five friends and see the feature at one of these theaters.

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Some of the horror stars from the ’80s tell Terror Tales
December 27th, 2018 under Movies. [ Comments: none ]


I am biased when it comes to horror movies and I think the ’80s is the greatest era for the genre. Therefore, I cannot wait to see Terror Tales that stars Lynn Lowry (“Shivers”), Jonathan Tiersten (Sleepaway Camp”), Yan Birch, (Wes Craven’s The People Under the Stairs”), Laurene Landon (Maniac Cop), Jennifer Runyon (Ghostbusters), Ari Lehmann (Friday the 13th), Ashley Park (“Rosewood”), Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp), and Helen Udy (The Dead Zone).

Having all of them in one three-part movie is anything but a terror. It a dream come true for those of who like movies that give you nightmares.

Terror Tales comes to VOD on January 8th.

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