The Call: The Uncut Experience – Returning to the Cinemas for Halloween for One Night Only

From the creator of Final Destination, The Call is anchored by horror icons Lin Shaye and Tobin Bell. Shaye is best known for her role of Elise Rainier from the worldwide box office hit franchise Insidious. She’s also starred in a variety of horror films, including The Grudge, Ouija, The Final Wish and Showtime’s Penny Dreadful: City of Angels. Bell is best known for his role in the Saw franchise playing the terrifying John “Jigsaw” Kramer in all eight movies. The spine-tingling tale also stars Chester Rushing (Stranger Things), Erin Sanders (Big Time Rush), Mike Manning (Teen Wolf) and Judd Lormand (SEAL Team).

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SYNOPSIS:  From the creator of Final Destination, Lin Shaye and Tobin Bell star in this terrifying tale of death from the fall of 1987. After a tragic accident, a group of small-town friends must survive the night in the home of a sinister couple. One by one, their worst nightmares quickly become reality as they enter the realm of The Call.

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Camino (2015) Movie Review

Director: Josh C Waller

Writer: Daniel Noah (Screenplay) Josh C Waller (Story)

Starring: Zoe Bell, Nacho Vigalondo, Francisco Barreiro, Sheila Vand, Dominic Rains, Jason Canela

Plot: In the jungles of Colombia, a photojournalist captures the truth behind a group of missionaries who may not be what they seem.


Tagline – The camera sees what it sees.

Runtime: 1 Hour 43 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Camino starts when award winning photojournalist Avery (Bell) gets offered her latest project, a chance to go and view the work of a group of missionaries in Colombia, lead by Guillermo (Vigalondo). What seems like a routine job takes a dramatic twist when Avery witnesses something she shouldn’t, leading to Guillermo sending the whole group after her.

Avery must fight to survive, while trying to prove the truth of what happened and Guillermo’s twisted ways if she is going to make it out of this alive.

Thoughts on Camino

ThoughtsCamino is a thriller that will see how a photojournalist will need to use her own survivalist skills to make it out of the latest situation in the Colombian jungle, after witnessing something horrific. This is a nice survivor thriller that will give us everything we need, as we dive into seeing how the leader of this group shows a darker side, which shows just how convincing he is in controlling the group to believing anything he says. The environment will show the dangers that Avery must deal with and show just how much photojournalist would risk getting the big story. Everything comes of tidy, without feeling as intense as it could, leaving us wanting to see more before it unfolds in the manner you would expect in any thriller.

Final Thoughts Camino is a by the book thriller offer little fresh without being on the duller side.

13 Minutes – Release News

Signature Entertainment presents 13 Minutes on Digital Platforms 1st November and DVD 17th January

13 Minutes is an edge-of-your-seat disaster thriller featuring an incredible cast – including Amy Smart (The Butterfly Effect), Thora Birch (American Beauty), Peter Facinelli (Twilight franchise) and Anne Heche (Volcano) – and boasting jaw-dropping visual effects from the team behind Everest and Deepwater Horizon. The largest tornado on record threatens to ravage a small town, leaving residents with only 13 minutes to find shelter, search for loved ones and fight for their lives. In the wake of total devastation, four families must overcome their differences and find strength in themselves and each other in order to survive.

Like Dogs (2021) Movie Review ‘Never Gets the Shock Value it Wants’

Like Dogs – Never Gets the Shock Value it Wants

Director: Randy Van Dyke

Writer: Randy Van Dyke (Screenplay)

Starring: Annabel Barrett, Ignacyo Matynia, Ryan Tran, Shay Denison, Katy Dore, Nicole Bleacher

Plot: A behavioural experiment treating humans like animals goes awry when a University Student manipulates the research with deadly results.


Tagline – Sit. Stay. Survive.

Runtime: 1 Hour 30 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Like Dogs starts when Lisa (Barrett) is abducted by a group of strangers, finding herself chained up in cubical like a dog, feed dog food and ordered to follow instructions. She finds out she isn’t alone in the experiment with Adam (Matynia) also chained up.

When the truth about the experiment to light, everything you thought you knew, will be turned on its head, with a brand-new way of seeing what is happening.

Thoughts on Like Dogs

ThoughtsLike Dogs is an experimental therapy movie that is filled with twists and turns, it is filled with miss-direction from the start. This story starts off making us believe we are watching one film, but takes a sharp turn into showing us something completely different, which is filled with a moral dilemma, which does end up taking away from a lot of the early film points. By the time we get into the deeper side of the film we find that the story does feel too busy, not getting enough focus on what the actual experiment truly is, only for it to end up with an unsatisfying set of motivation behind what has driven the characters to make their decisions. This is a film with performances that don’t stand up to the highest level, with the confident side of the characters being great, but when it comes to doing the routines, nothing feels like it is where we needed it to be. This is a film that is trying to be edgier than it is, leaving everything down one factor, instead of having the twisted ideas it wants to.

Final Thoughts Like Dogs is a film trying to be edgy, only to fall into a weak motivation mindset.