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‘Mermaid’s Curse’ DVD Review

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Stars: Iwan Rheon, Katelyn Mager, Brendan Taylor, Jessie Fraser, Steve Bradley, Barbara Wallace, Trevor Gemma, Natasha Quirke, Leala Selina, Casey Strandquist | Written by Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin, Bob Woolsey, Meagan Hotz, Lindsey Mann | Directed by Nicholas Humphries

A horror version of The Little Mermaid sounds like the best and worst idea for a movie but that’s exactly how Mermaid’s Curse is described.

To add some other strangeness to proceedings this story is set in 1930s Oklahoma, America and a family run business that involves five sisters singing and dancing. And we get to watch a lot of 1930s-style singing and dancing, which isn’t exactly what I expected. In among that we get some gangsters who offer to save the family business but as with all gangsters they have some unpleasant conditions to the deal. You might be thinking how exactly this all links up with a mermaid and
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‘Mermaid’s Song’ VOD Review

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Stars: Iwan Rheon, Katelyn Mager, Brendan Taylor, Jessie Fraser, Steve Bradley, Barbara Wallace, Trevor Gemma, Natasha Quirke, Leala Selina, Casey Strandquist | Written by Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin, Bob Woolsey, Meagan Hotz, Lindsey Mann | Directed by Nicholas Humphries

A horror version of The Little Mermaid sounds like the best and worst idea for a movie but that’s exactly how Mermaid’s Song is described.

To add some other strangeness to proceedings this story is set in 1930s Oklahoma, America and a family run business that involves five sisters singing and dancing. And we get to watch a lot of 1930s-style singing and dancing, which isn’t exactly what I expected. In among that we get some gangsters who offer to save the family business but as with all gangsters they have some unpleasant conditions to the deal. You might be thinking how exactly this all links up with a mermaid and
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[Review] The Unspoken

There are only so many iterations of the haunted house trope and yet they continue getting made. Sometimes we’re lucky with James Wan’s The Conjuring series delivering fear along with period aesthetic and tense mood, but those are few and far between. More often we receive work trying hard to stand out from the pack that prove less than inspired with the past decade or so seeing an uptick in violence and gore to make up for any redundancies in themes. To that end I commend regular genre TV movie director Sheldon Wilson for showing restraint on The Unspoken. Atmosphere is paramount as it should be, but sadly it’s created almost solely from jump scares the prologue quickly numbs us towards as soon as things get going.

It’s 1997 and a seemingly empty house has blood-covered windows and abandoned cars in the front driveway. The door swings
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Round-Up: The Horror Network Release Details, Film4 FrightFest Halloween Event, Watch a Clip from 6:15

The Horror Network anthology, directed by some of the horror genre's newest talents, will arrive on DVD and VOD on October 27th. Also in this round-up: details on the Film4 FrightFest Halloween event and a clip from the zombie film 6:15.

The Horror Network: Press Release: "New York, NY - Wild Eye Releasing has set loose the latest entry in the horror anthology genre, The Horror Network. Created by Brian Dorton and Douglas Conner, this first volume of terror tales features segments directed by Dorton, Conner, Joseph Graham, Manuel Marín, Lee Matthews and Ignacio Martín Lerma, the series has been hailed as "a collection of nightmares that scream for all horror fans to see." The film will be available on DVD and VOD October 27th.

Serial killers, ghostly phone calls, inner demons, otherworld monsters and creepy stalkers collide in this frightening anthology. Six of horror's most promising new directing talents
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Film4 FrightFest announces line-up for Halloween 2015 event

Film4 FrightFest has announced the line-up for its Halloween Shockathon, which is set to take place at the Prince Charles Cinema on Saturday October 24th and features six brand new movies, including two world premiers, a European premiere and two UK premieres. Here’s the line-up…

11:00 Surprise Movie

12:55 The Vatican Tapes (UK Premiere)

A concerned priest, two Vatican exorcists and the distraught father of a young girl battle to save her soul after she expresses increasingly erratic and strange behaviour. It soon becomes clear that Angela has been taken over by an ancient satanic force and that she must be quickly purged of evil. But what nobody knows is that the spiritual crusade is not just for Angela – it’s for the entire world as humanity knows it.

Director: Mark Neveldine. Cast: Olivia Taylor Dudley, Michael Peña, Dougray Scott, Djimon Hounsou, Peter Andersson. USA 2015. 91 mins.

15:00 The Unspoken
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Film4 FrightFest announces line-up for Halloween 2015 event

Film4 FrightFest has announced their line-up for their big Halloween 2015 event with James Purefoy and Olga Kurylenko leading the guest line-up. The line-up includes a totally shocking threequel, a haunted house of horrors, demonic possession, claustrophobic tank terror, a head-spinning brutal thriller and a secret screening.

The Film4 FrightFest Halloween event is back at the Prince Charles Cinema on Saturday 24 Oct with six brand new movies, including two World premieres, a European and two UK premieres. This year’s Shockathon kicks off at 11am with the surprise movies which guarantees a sci-fi cocktail of weird creatures, crude humour and hilarious action. Here is the press release:

Next up is the UK Premiere of The Vatican Tapes, a dynamic, unusual and thrilling exorcism shocker by Crank director Mark Neveldine. This is followed by the World Premiere of The Unspoken, a chill-orientated sinister ghost story with an insidious sting in its tale.
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New Mistresses Season 3,Episode 6 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By ABC

Recently, ABC served up the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Mistresses" episode 6 of season 3. The episode is entitled, "Love is an Open Door," and it turns out that we're going to see very interesting and dramatic stuff take place as Harry and Josslyn recover from their break up. Karen still tries to deal with her naughty threesome debacle, and more! In the new, 6th episode press release: When It Comes To Love And Relationships, There Are Plenty Of Options. Press release number 2: Karen will grapple with her feelings as she, Alec and Vivian decide exactly how their relationship is going to work. A bad judgment call involving the kids, is going to put Marc in the doghouse with April, driving her closer to Blair. Josslyn and Harry will rebound from their painful break-up in different ways while Calista enacts revenge on a manipulative Lucas. Guest stars feature: Corinne Massiah as Lucy,
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