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  • Haunters: The Art of the Scare

    Haunters: The Art of the Scare


    Much in the same vein of another great Haunted House doc "The American Scream" we see the hard work and determination of a selected few home haunters and scare actors as they deal with life during the build of their haunted attractions, and the struggle of their significant others.

    There is also a look into the dark side haunts with McKamey Manor and Blackout, two of the most extreme haunts that blur the lines between harmless scares and kidnapping and assault.

    It's an interesting look into an interesting subculture.


  • This Is the End

    This Is the End


    Still holds up incredibly well, and is hilarious. It could be considered a little creepier with the Emma Watson scene in this day and age now.

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  • Boyhood



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  • Apt Pupil

    Apt Pupil


    This is one of those forgotten films in not only the Stephen King library, but also the Bryan Singer filmography.

    The subject material is lurid, and the performances of both Ian McKellan and Brad Renfro are slimy, creepy, and all together great.

    Definitely one of the better King adaptations in the past 20 years or so.