Charles T. Tatum, Jr.

Charles T. Tatum, Jr.


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  • Cries in the Night

    Cries in the Night


    Originally tagged as "Cries in the Night," this Canadian horror film had a lot of potential, but sure takes its time executing it.

    Young Heather (Lesleh Donaldson) is sent to stay with her grandmother (Kay Hawtrey). She is going to help her turn their old funeral home into a bed-and-breakfast, and Grandma needs the help ever since Grandpa (Jack Van Evera) skipped town, although Grandma is certain of his eventual return. Heather starts seeing Rick (Dean Garbett), a local boy…

  • Carnage


    Andy "Acquired Taste" Milligan has a beautiful setting for this haunted house thriller- his own home. The rest of the film? Lousy.

    Married couple Carol (Leslie Den Dooven) and Johnathan (Michael Chiodo) get a creaky old house with all the furnishings very cheap, not knowing that three years prior, the original owners Susan (Deeann Veeder) and Mark (Chris Georges) had committed suicide there (in the film's opening minutes). Strange things begin to happen as items are moved around and misplaced,…

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  • Modern Educayshun

    Modern Educayshun


    To the 1/2 and one star raters of this film: you know that feeling you were having watching this? Where you hate the film because of what it says instead of the film itself? Where your sensibilities were insulted? When you said "this isn't funny, I'm not like that"?

    Conservative film fans experience that tenfold every time they turn on the television or see a movie.

    This was a very observant, and darkly comic, little story; expertly paced and edited.…

  • Brian Regan: Nunchucks and Flamethrowers

    Brian Regan: Nunchucks and Flamethrowers


    Brian's first joke was a meme I have seen a million times before about losing fifteen pounds, and only having twenty-five more to go. My heart sank as the unenthusiastic audience showed they had also seen that meme, and things went downhill from there. Regan veered wildly into sports, only hitting laughs when talking about scoring in tennis. His take on unheard questions in police department press conferences (where the special's title comes from) should have been hilarious, but he…