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On the night of November 13, 1974, Ronald DeFeo, Jr. took a high-powered rifle and murdered his entire family as they slept. At his trial, DeFeo claimed that "voices" in the house commanded him to kill. This is their story.
After the death of his father, Aaron returns home to help his grief-stricken mother and to confront his past. Going through his dad's belongings, he comes across a mysterious item that is more than it seems.
The movie is what it is. I can't say much about it cuz I was not there. What I will say I've looked at many a pictures of Sharon Tate who was absolutely gorgeous and what I can say is that when she styled her eyebrows like everyone should, they went to the actual point of where her eye is and that is how old woman's eyebrows should be styled it's something to do with symmetrical Beauty. I know nowadays girls are making their eyebrows bushy rather than their Birds but that is not the right way to do it unless your face does not accept it your eyebrows should always go to the point of your eye and by not doing this they ruined the whole look of Hilary Duff who could probably very well be a clone of Sharon Tate and made her not look genuine. The makeup was great the eyebrow extensions worked but the eyebrows were so close together and Sharon Tate never wore her eyebrows like that. On top of all of what I just said Hilary Duff has two different sized nostrils if you are a good director you will not film up her nose knowing that her nose is very imperfect. If I was directing something and saw that I could leave out the fact that my main star had a huge mole underneath her one knows hole but you couldn't see it as long as you didn't film straight up her nose then that's what I would do film it properly. If you look at Hilary Duff's knows she has one huge nostril and one little nostril which isn't anything to cry out about but if you're making a movie let's try to get things accurate right? So for my review I would like to just State a few things for eyebrows are completely wrong Sharon Tate's eyebrows did not look anything like that although they were thicker than a lot of women have worn years ago they did not go to the center of her nose Bridge. Women back then had a thing about being symmetrical and thank God they did because they taught us a lot of it's called the T-Zone is there anyone who doesn't know what the Tea Zone is it's the portion of the face when you're doing art or even if you're looking at where people might get pimples. When you're making a film how could someone leave out this crucial detail that Sharon Tate never wore her eyebrows like that although they were bushier and thicker than we wear today not like the weird women that we see in Fabutan. Or tanning salons. What's the proper way women are supposed to look and that is symmetrical and in doing so you always follow where the eye comes to a point and that's where you end the eyebrow on a female. Like I said some females faces are wider or shorter and you might have to adjust for this but the same principle applies and he ruined the move by not getting these details accurate and filming her huge nostrils.
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