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2 items from 2011

Episode 50 Is Hardly a Milestone: A Movie Review

7 October 2011 9:26 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

*spoiler alert.

Directors: Tess and Joe Smalley.

Writer: Ian Holt.

Cast: Josh Folan, Chris Perry, Natalie Wetta, Keithen Hergott, Eleanor Wilson.

Released to DVD: Sept 19, 2011

Episode 50 continues with the long tradition of inventing more paranormal reality television shows where private investigators meet an untimely end. This film even includes a short episode of a fake television show, "Paranormal Inspectors (Pi)," at the beginning just to show how this group functions in front of a camera. Jack Kelley (Josh Folan) and Damon Brown (Chris Parry), the founders, explain that ghosts are not real. They’re manufactured by natural causes, like the noxious fumes of improperly sealed cans of solvent, which play with a person’s imagination.

After the end credits roll for this short episode of "Paranormal Investigators," the real film kicks into high gear. The group is contacted by Andrew Worthington Jr. to investigate the West Virginia Insane Asylum. »

- (Ed Sum)

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Solitary and Suspense: A Movie Review

7 August 2011 4:00 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

*Full disclosure: Gravitas Ventures provided a screener of this film.

Director: Greg Derochie.

Writers: Greg Derochie, and Charles Scalfani.

Cast: B. Anthony Cohen, Kieron Elliott and Amber Jaeger.

Very rarely will a movie suck audiences into its narrative. Solitary does exactly that, and to have one mystery following after one another, will only result in a blending of a psychological thriller and perhaps even a supernatural tale to boot.

Independent films rarely get theatrical justice, and the only way to see true gems is to hit the film festivals or to buy a video release. As this movie slowly becomes more emotionally charged, the feeling viewers may get are that of curiousity; who’s mind are we exploring and how will this film end?

There are several solutions, but which one is it? That’s the wonderful suspense Solitary builds on, since it looks into the life of, appropriately enough, »

- (Ed Sum)

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