After the death of his fiancée, an American illustrator runs out of medication while wandering the isolated Icelandic countryside - unsure if his compulsions are related to his disorder or if he's being forced to unlock ancient secrets.
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June was once a known counter-culture figure, but that was a decade ago. She now lives alone in her South Bronx apartment, having all but cut herself off from the outside world. It's the ... See full summary »
A college class project on creation and destruction of modern myth, turns terrifying when a trio of young people come to realize the urban legends surrounding the famed Buckout Road may, in fact, be REAL.
Matthew Currie Holmes
Two filmmakers try to make a documentary about a suburban serial killer and the movie just copies the formula of the infamous serial killer classic MAN BITES DOG (Belgium-1992), but in a very blatant and boring way. Few killings, a lot of unnecessary talking and the film's 107 minutes are just a waste of time and money. Try to find the Belgian film instead...
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