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Saturday, December 29, 2012

The Hounds

Directed by: Maurizio Del Piccolo and Roberto Del Piccolo
Release Date: 1/22/2013
92 Minutes

A group of friends meet up at the Hound and Hare pub to share some drinks and laughs, you know just another normal night of joking and figuring out who's buying the next round. Sarah and Jake keep asking Dave where the hell PJ is, finally he shows and they all decide to go for a hike the following day.

Off they go but PJ never shows up. After they set up camp and Jake and Sarah try to get some nookie in, then the terror begins! Dave finds a dead body buried on their site and tells the others. The next day it's missing and the gore begins. Is it the dead body tormenting them? Is it evil spirits in the woods or demons ?

Now there is a whole other plot in the film about a CID Detective Mike Crowell who is estranged from his wife but ready to reconcile but something is holding him back. Little bits come thru the film of the tragedy that destroyed their marriage. Now the parallel of the two plots eventually intertwine, and you will not even see it coming!


 I must say that I would not hesitate to recommend The Hounds, it's unlikely you'll have another genuine mind fuck quite as good as this one. It's tricky and keeps you guessing up until the very end and that my friends is a treat in itself! You all need to head over to and grab your copy now!


Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Time Again

Release Date: August 21, 2011
82 Minutes
Directed by: Ray Karwel
What would you do if you could have a chance to go back and change the horrible outcome of a certain situation? You'd just jump at the opportunity- anyone would. In Ray Karwel's Time Again it's basically the same concept only this is a much trickier situation than just wanting to go back- I mean what if you still make the wrong decision again?  
Here we have this notorious underworld criminal just dying to get his hands on a set of rare mysterious coins that can tip the balance between life and death. The film starts with a chaotic scene on a roof top that leaves things wrong and a sister dead. An old women hands Marlo the coins telling her she has a chance to go back and fix it.
At first I was afraid that it was going to be like that Nightmare on Elm Street flick where the guy kept going in circles and repeating the exact same thing over and over.- thank God it was totally different. I liked the movie and was glad to have the opportunity to review it, I suggest if you get the change to check Time Again out. .  

Monday, December 10, 2012



Well as we all know times are tight, so I decided I would try and sell some of things on here and I pray for the best. Below you will find a link to my photo album which has photos of what's for sale.
Some off the things are SIGNED by bands. And just some other items that could interest you in there....come check them out!

Sunday, December 9, 2012



Well as we all know times are tight, so I decided I would try and sell some of my dolls on here and I pray for the best. Below you will find a link to my photo album which has photos of what's for sale.
Some off the doll are SIGNED by the creators. I also have a signed Teddy Scare and some barbies in there....come check them out!

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Please help it takes 2 seconds to sign! xoxo

Secretary Vilsack: Reform the Federal Wildlife-Killing Program! Killing is never the answer!

 The problem with Wildlife Services is simple: The federal program relies too heavily on killing to resolve conflicts with wildlife. All too often,...
these methods are brutal, expensive and ineffective, with 100,000 animals killed each year. Tens of thousands of animals have been killed by mistake over the past decade -- including family pets and federally protected wildlife.

The solution for Wildlife Services is simple as well: Stop the kill-first mentality when it comes to wildlife -- and focus on using proven non-lethal deterrents to effectively resolve conflicts.

Please speak out now and urge Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack to reform Wildlife Services from the federal government's top wildlife killers to a program that can truly resolve wildlife conflicts.
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Monday, December 3, 2012

Slaughter Creek

Release Date: November 20, 2012
93 Minutes
Directed by: Liam Owen and Brian Skiba
OK don't let Slaughter Creek fool you, that trailer has it looking like it's exciting and full of
drama/porn but there's not. The story is based on true events so they winged everything and there's no set script for them to follow. Back in 2006, three filmmakers set out to make a documentary on the Porn Industry- they had high hopes for the production.
They nab a sweet looking blond named Alyssa who originally wanted to be an actress but now is at the end of her rope and is willing to try porn to get herself out there. She agrees to let them take the wild ride of entering the porn world with her- so they are expecting to get some really good footage from her sexapades.
Matt becomes obsessed with her and wants her in their project so bad he blows all of the crews cash to pay her without consulting with Myra or Robbie and they are livid! With no other choice but to move forward with the film they interview her and make plans to go with her to her first audition the following day.

They wait outside while she goes inside to try out for her porn role, let me tell you what, that girl comes flying out like a bat out of hell. The whole way back to her place she is in shock and truly traumatized by whatever the guy did to her in that house! By March, Alyssa is missing and soon after Matt is found bloody by the cops- what do you think happened?