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10/31/2015 16:50
Film: Fugitive at 17 Year: 2012 Director: Jim Donovan Writer: David DeCrane and Douglas Howell Starring: Marie Avgeropoulous, Christina Cox and Casper Van Dien   Review: This film gives us brief...
10/31/2015 16:38
Film: The Frozen Ground Year: 2013 Director: Scott Walker Writer: Scott Walker Starring: Nicholas Cage, Vanessa Hudgens and John Cusack   Review: This film begins inside of a cheap motel. A...
10/31/2015 16:22
Film: From Dusk Till Dawn III: The Hangman’s Daughter Year: 1999 Director: P.J. Pesce Writer: Álvaro Rodríguez Starring: Marco Leonardi, Michael Parks and Temuera Morrison   Review: This film...
10/31/2015 16:03
Film: From Dusk Till Dawn II: Texas Blood Money Year: 1999 Director: Scott Spiegel Writer: Scott Spiegel and Duane Whitaker Starring: Robert Patrick, Bo Hopkins and Duane Whitaker   Review: This...
10/26/2015 20:26
Film: Fright Night II: New Blood Year: 2013 Director: Matt Venne Writer: Eduardo Rodriguez Starring: Will Payne, Jaime Murray and Sean Power   Review: The film begins with a woman driving. She...
10/25/2015 16:39
Film: Fright Night Year: 2011 Director: Craig Gillespie Writer: Marti Noxon Starring: Anton Yelchin, Colin Farrell and David Tennant   Review: We begin this film with a boy trying to escape from...
10/24/2015 17:18
Film: The Frankenstein Syndrome Year: 2010 Director: Sean Tretta Writer: Sean Tretta Starring: Ed Lauter, Louis Mandylor and Tiffany Shepis   Review: In this film, we begin at the climax. A...
10/24/2015 16:29
Film: Frankenstein General Hospital Year: 1988 Director: Deborah Romare Writer: Robert Deel and Michael Kelly Starring: Mark Blankfield, Leslie Jordan and Jonathan Farwell   Review: This film...
10/24/2015 15:24
Film: Frankenstein Year: 2004 Director: Writer: Starring: William Hurt, Luke Goss and Alec Newman   Review: This film begins showing a ship that is stuck in the ice. The captain of this ship is...
10/24/2015 14:34
Film: Frankenstein Year: 2004 Director: Marcus Nispel Writer: John Shiban Starring: Parker Posey, Vincent Perez and Thomas Kretschmann   Review: This film begins on a ship. There is an Asian man...
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