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    Circle

    Posted in Disc Reviews by Archive Authors on November 17th, 2010

    Written by Diane Tillis

    Sociopathic serial killer James Bennett (played by Silas Weir Mitchell of Prison Break) has escaped a maximum security mental hospital after being incarcerated for nine years. Two FBI agents team up with a Federal Marshall to figure out where Bennett is heading next by investigating clues left behind in Bennett’s cell. They also turn to the mental hospital’s director Dr. Green (played by Gail O’Grady of Boston Legal) for insight into Bennett’s mind.
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    Light in the Darkness, A

    Posted in Disc Reviews by David Annandale on June 6th, 2007

    Synopsis

    Recently released from a psychiatric institute, but hardly a model of stability, archaeologist Taylor Melnick (Geoffrey Lewis) returns home, still haunted by nasty hallucinations involving his demented mother (Karen Black). Complicating his attempts to function are the people around him, ranging from the alcoholic woman across the street to his shady uncle.

    As one would expect, everyone’s life reaches a crisis point with the unfortunate Melnick as a focal point. Though some would-b…
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    Pure

    Posted in Disc Reviews by Michael Durr on April 29th, 2007

    Synopsis

    Drug addiction is scary. It can take an otherwise decent person and turn them in a messy pool of hate, disgust and worthlessness. When the drug you are addicted to is heroin; amplify that by ten. Enter Paul (played by Harry Eden(Oliver Twist)), a ten year old trying to take care of his younger brother Lee (played by Vinnie Hunter) and his heroin addicted mother Mel (played by Molly Parker(Wicker Man, Deadwood)). The father of th…
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    Womb Raider

    Posted in Disc Reviews by Archive Authors on November 22nd, 2005

    Cara Loft (geddit?) is enticed by Dr. Scrotus (har!) to complete her dead father’s quest, and travels through desert and jungle in the quest to reunite “the legendary womb idols of creation.” she is shadowed by Natasha, an equally hot-bodied spy who (surprise, surprise) has the hots for her.

    I can’t believe a summary was necessary. Anyway, this looks like what would happen if writers of fan fiction were given a camcorder and a travel budget. Lauren Hays can pass visually for Lara Croft, and kudos for a real attempt at creating a sense of exotic locations and sets.
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    Down & Out with the Dolls

    Posted in Disc Reviews by Gino Sassani on September 15th, 2002

    

    Synopsis

    The story opens with the total disintegration of the Dolls, an all-girl rock band. Not only arethey fighting each other hammer and tongs (some nicely edited moments here), or coma-drunk,but someone in the basement is dead. We then flash back to chart their rise and fall. This isenthusiastic, if raw, work.

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    Don’t expect miracles here, not at this kind of a budget. There is a fair bit of buzz on thedialogue, though the music sounds fine. There ar…
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