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31 Days of Horror: ‘Cradle Will Fall’ Review

23 October 2013 2:55 PM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Colleen Porch, Joel Bryant, Ridege Canipe | Written by Lars Jacobson | Directed by Lars Jacobson, Amardeep Keleka

Cradle Will Fall aka Baby Blues, the debut feature from the team of Lars Jacobson and Amardeep Keleka, is based (very loosely) on the true story of Andrea Yates – a Texan mother who drowned her five children in the bath in 2001 and is a story of post partum depression taken to the horrific slasher movie extreme. The film is most definitely not for the motherly types out there. With her truck driving husband constantly out on the road, a young mother (Colleen Porch) struggles to raise her three young children alone on a secluded farmhouse. Already suffering from post partum depression, the pressure of caring for her three children causes her to undergo a psychotic break and triggers a filicidal rampage. The only person capable of stopping her murderous attack is her eldest child, »

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‘The Reaper’ Review

21 September 2013 5:13 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Stars: Tony Todd, Sally Kirkland, Douglas Tait, David Beeler, Joel Bryant, Stacey Carino, Richardson Chery, Adam David, Jemal Draco | Written and Directed by Kimberly Seilhamer

An albino, a deaf mute, a jock, a fat kid, a sexually-abused girl and a token “Angry Asian” chick all get on a bus… Sounds like the start of some strange non-pc joke right? Well it’s not. It’s actually how writer/director Kimberly Seilhamer chooses to open her directorial debut Jack the Reaper - a great pun which is lost in the films re-titling to merely The Reaper.

The film follows a group of teenage stereotypes all forced into Saturday detention in the library at the railroad museum (really?) after failing to turn in a paper on the Industrial Revolution. What one has to do with the other I’m not sure – well the railroad was important in getting the products of industry across the Us right. »

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