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Dark Reel, a review by addicted2dvd

Watched On: 3/5/2013

     Dark Reel (2008/United States)

North American Motion Pictures
Director:Josh Eisenstadt
Writing:Aaron Pope (Writer), Josh Eisenstadt (Story By)
Length:109 min.
Video:Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo, English: Dolby Digital: 5.1, Commentary: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo

Daniel Wisler as Tall Man
Alexandra Holden as Scarlett May
Kevin Ryder as Mr. Humphrey
Edward Furlong as Adam Waltz
Tiffany Shepis as Cassie Blue
Dragon Dronet as Gnome Killer

Adam Waltz (Edward Furlong) is in a blood drenched horror film produced by Connor Pritchett (Lance Henriksen). Detective Shields (Tony Todd) tries to unravel the mystery of real murders before the ghost of Scarlett May can strike again.

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My Thoughts:
I got this one 4 years ago in a bulk package of used DVDs at a local store. I paid a mere 88 cents each for the films that were bulked packaged together. It is one I never seen before but I thougght looked interesting from the trailer. It has a couple familiar faces in it. Lance Henriksen is in this one... who is a very good genre actor. I been a fan for years. Then there is Mercedes McNab who played Harmony in Buffy the Vamprie Slayer and Angel. And then finally there was Tony Todd... who is another great genre actor... I found I have always enjoyed his work. At about 30 minutes into the movie I started to worry... as I was javing difficulty getting into the movie... some reason I was expecting more. An hour in and while I felt it improved a little... I still wasn't all that impressed. I found the storyline just couldn't keep my attention. The effects was no more then fair. This is one I unfortunately just can't recommend.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From What Movies I Been Watching on March 9th, 2013)

Member's Reviews

Night Club, a review by Jimmy


Title: Night Club (1990)

Genre: Drama
Director: Michael Keusch
Rating: R
Length: 1h21
Video: Widescreen
Audio: English
Subtitles: None

Nicholas Hoppe   
Elizabeth Kaitan
Ed Trotta
Peter Jurasik
Deborah Tilton

A young married couple try to convert an old warehouse into a nightclub, but face opposition from both the council and local mobsters.

My Thoughts:
Complete waste of time... Badly written and badly act, just a vanity project from Hoppe who had written and produced this so-called film. Not surprisingly he had never written, produced or acted in anything else after that. The only saving grace of this movie is Elizabeth Kaitan, I've never understood why she didn't had a better career. She can act, she can do more than play the stupid blonde and she is really beautifull. Sadly she had always appeared in bad movies like this one, the Vice Academy serie, Assault of the Killer Bimbos or Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2.

I sure don't feel lucky with my non xxx viewing recently. Pass this one, the boxset cost maybe less than 10$ but I haven't seen a good movie in it after watching half of it.

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(From The little known movie review depot on April 8th, 2009)

Member's TV Reviews

My PILOT Marathon, a review by Rich


When all the passengers and crew on Flight 627 Hamburg-to-Boston die in a hideous manner, FBI agent Olivia Dunham investigates the event. While following up a lead, her partner and lover, John Scott, undergoes life-threatening chemical contamination. A desperate Olivia looks for help and finds Dr. Walter Bishop, who cannot help her because he has been institutionalized. The only way to even question him is with the help of his son Peter.
Olivia continues her investigations and goes to Nina Sharp, a manipulative executive. Olivia, Peter and Dr. Bishop begin to discover what really happened on Flight 627 and start to uncover a larger truth.

A television drama centered around a female FBI agent who is forced to work with an institutionalized scientist in order to rationalize a brewing storm of unexplained phenomena.

The first part of this pilot is incredibly interesting and promised a great deal. A bit of x-files with more focus on the investigation, the characters were optimistically well thought out, and the pace gripping. I felt it lost its way in the middle as the storyline floundered, with a bit too much focus on introduction of the leads and providing backdrop to the series, but it picked up well with a good and surprising finish.
A definate series to revisit before year-end, this is good viewing for all.

(From My PILOT Marathon on September 27th, 2009)