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Sisters of Death, a review by addicted2dvd

     Sisters of Death (1977/United States)

Mill Creek Entertainment
Director:Joseph Mazzuca
Writing:Peter Arnold (Screenwriter), Elwyn Richards (Screenwriter)
Length:87 min.
Video:Full Frame 1.33:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo

Arthur Franz as Edmond Clybourn
Claudia Jennings as Judy
Cheri Howell as Sylvia
Sherry Boucher as Diana
Paul Carr as Mark
Joe Tata as Joe

During a sorority initiation ceremony, something horrible goes wrong and one of the new members is accidentally killed. Seven years later, the remaining sorority sisters receive invitations to attend a reunion at an isolated mountain estate. Unbeknownst to any of the women, the resort is owned by the father of the deceased sorority member and he is looking for revenge.

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My Thoughts:
This is a movie I got in the Horror Classics: 100 Movie Pack that I got cheap from Mill Creek Entertainment. Unfortunately... but not unexpected... the quality leaves a bit to be desired. The image seemed to have a slight blur to it... and there was a slight hissing to the audio in some scenes. I wasn't too thrilled with the movie itself either. I found my attention drifting away from the movie. Ending up doing other things while the movie played in the background. But while I didn't get much out of the movie itself... I did find I liked the ending quite a bit. I just wish that the movie up till that point was better then what it is.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5

(From The Movies from Within My Lifetime: 2012 Edition on April 28th, 2012)

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Leap Year, a review by Tom

     Leap Year (2010/United States)
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Optimum Releasing (United Kingdom)
Director:Anand Tucker
Writing:Deborah Kaplan (Writer), Harry Elfont (Writer)
Length:100 min.
Video:Widescreen 2.35
Audio:English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1

Amy Adams as Anna
Matthew Goode as Declan
Adam Scott as Jeremy
John Lithgow as Jack Brady
Noel O'Donovan as Seamus

Amy Adams (Enchanted, Doubt, Julie & Julia) and Matthew Goode (Watchmen, Match Point) star in LEAP YEAR, a romantic comedy that follows one woman's determined quest to get married to the perfect guy... despite what fate has in store for her.

When their four-year anniversary passes without a marriage proposal, Anna decides to take matters into her own hands. Hearing of an Irish tradition that allows women to propose to men on February 29th, Anna decides to follow her boyfriend Jeremy (Adam Scott, Step Brothers, Mother-In-Law) to Dublin and get down on one knee herself.

But airplanes, weaather and fate leave Anna stranded on the other side of Ireland, and she must enlist the help of handsome and surly Declan to get her across the country. As Anna and Declan bicker across the Emerald Isle, they discover that the road to lova can take you to very unexpected places.

Directed by Anand Tucker (Shopgirl, Hilary and Jackie), Leap Year is from a screenplay by Deborah Kaplan & Harry Elfont (Made of Honor, Surviving Christmas).

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My Thoughts:
Very average. This movie didn't even manage to keep my attention throughout. Too bad that John Lithgow was only in one scene. I think he could have saved this movie.


(From Tom's Random Reviews on January 29th, 2011)

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Tom's Random TV Episodes Reviews, a review by Tom

4.06 Bollywood Homicide
Writer: Steve Franks (Created By), Steve Franks (Writer), Anupam Nigam (Writer)
Director: Jay Chandrasekhar
Cast: James Roday (Shawn Spencer), Dulé Hill (Burton 'Gus' Guster), Timothy Omundson (Carlton Lassiter), Maggie Lawson (Juliet O'Hara), Kirsten Nelson (Karen Vick), Corbin Bernsen (Henry Spencer), Rachael Leigh Cook (Abigail Lytar), Sendhil Ramamurthy (Rajesh "Raj" Singh), Azita Ghanizada (Mina), Madhur Jaffrey (Dadi Singh), Lisa Ray (Sita), Liam James (Young Shawn), Jay Chandrasekhar (Jawarhalal "Jay" Singh), Sage Brocklebank (McNab), Bhavkhandan Singh Rakhra (Stagehand), Rosette Sharma (Raini), Hillary Jardine (Victoria), Beatrice Ilg (Gita)

I was looking forward to this one since I first saw the revised opening theme music in Bollywood style on Youtube. It made the impression to me that this episode is done with some affection to Bollywood. Also I thought it would take place on a Bollywood movie set (which would haven't been that far-fetched because Bollywood likes to go shoot abroad). But sadly, this all wasn't the case. They just called it "Bollywood Homicide" because Indians are involved. There was a Bollywood dance routine, but just a small rehearsal with some simple choreography. Not really worth of Bollywood. As was the music used (though you could faintly hear a song from Kabhi Khuchi Kabhie Gham in the background in one scene).
It would have been the perfect chance to invite some Bollywood actors (even if only from the B- or C-List), but instead we got some unknown American actors with Indian heritage. The only one known to me was Sendhil Ramamurthy from Heroes. But I never really liked him.
Also the mystery was nothing special. I knew from the first appearance of the perpetrator that she was the one.


(From Tom's Random TV Episodes Reviews on January 31st, 2011)