Five female filmmakers en route to screen their new horror film in Los Angeles, experience their own real life terror when they cross paths with deranged scientist hellbent on using them for his twisted experiments.
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Emily Burns is being held captive in a room with no idea as to why or how she got there. Determined to escape and return to her daughter and husband, Emily discovers clues within the room ... See full summary »
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Aidan O Sullivan,
Sandra Hayden Mason
One man alone inside a haunted house over the course of one night. What starts as a simple paranormal investigation inside a mundane home soon becomes a terrifying experience through the unknown and beyond.
Starring Brookes Marks who plays her Vlogger-self Brookes Marks, Vlog tells the story of our usually underwear-clad Vlogger who decides to post the day to day aspects of her life. These mainly include her ever increasing-in-numbers sex, I mean, love life.
Brooke receives a strange recording directing her to a website that show a series of clips of her then boyfriends and friends being murdered.
The clips are bloody, gruesome and creative. I loved them.
There are discrepancies with the police work and club scene recordings but I can let those slide for the gore work.
Brookes is annoying but I still liked her. I wanted to see who she got killed next. And then the ending came, which is pretty cool, but the films selling point is definitely the blood and gore and if not for these the whole movie would've been a bit blah.
Worth a watch if you're into bloody scenes.
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