Mel’s 5 Second Review: Dream House

Originally posted on VampirePlacebo * Mel's Entertainment Page:

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(2011) Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, Naomi Watts, Marton Csokas, Elias Koteas, Taylor Geare, Claire Geare, Rachel G Fox, and Jane Alexander

Dream-House

Despite the excellent performances, I just didn’t get into this film. I’d been expecting a generic haunted house film, so when the big reveal happened mid-way through the film, I was genuinely surprised. Unfortunately, my interest took a pretty sharp nose dive right after, since I figured out exactly what was going to happen at the end. I had to fight myself not to skip to the end just to see if I was right. It was an interesting idea, but the final product ultimately failed to impress. I just spent a lot of time bored, even allowing myself to play a little game on my phone while I watched. Never a good sign. But I made it to the end, which, it turns out, I was…

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WRITTEN IN BLOOD SCREAM QUEEN OF THE MONTH-DECEMBER, 2014-CHELAN SIMMONS

Originally posted on Written in Blood:

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If you’re looking at December’s Scream Queen of the Month and thinking, “Where have I seen her before?” then perhaps it was here:

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That’s Chelan in her debut role as  Laurie Anne Winterbarger, the first onscreen victim of Pennywise the Clown in the 1990 TV adaptation of Stephen King’s IT.

Or, perhaps you remember Chelan Simmons this way:

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That’s Chelan (along with Crystal Lowe, not pictured) as Ashley Freund in the Tanning Beds of Terror in Final Destination 3 (2006).

 Chelan Simmons was born on October 29, 1982 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The youngest of three children, she has been a natural performer since the age of 2 years old. Her genre credits include Carrie (TV, 2002), Monster Island and Snakehead Terror (TV, 2004), Chupacabra Terror (Video, 2005), Caved In (TV, 2006), Wind Chill (2007), Ogre (TV, 2008), Malibu Shark Attack (TV, 2009), Tucker and Dale vs. Evil

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Review: Starry Eyes, fame and fortune

Originally posted on Rhino's Horror:

Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer both write and direct Starry Eyes, an indie slice of horror that takes a brutal, unnerving look at the power of temptation in Hollywood. The message in their film is loud and clear, never shying away from asking the question of—What would you do for fame? Preying on the weak-minding, Starry Eyes takes a slow-burn approach to the evil that slithers in Hollywood hell. It follows a hopeful young starlet who uncovers the ominous origins of the Hollywood elite and enters into a deadly agreement in exchange for fame and fortune.

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Victoria Price and Super Mega Fest

Originally posted on Radio of Horror Blog:

Tonight on the show Victoria Price the daughter of the late great Vincent Price, she discusses with us her fathers legacy and more.

Vincent Price is widely regarded as one of the most iconic and beloved horror movie actors in the world. Any fan of classic horror movies knows the name Vincent Price as synonymous with elegance, humor, talent, worldliness, and charm. Throughout his over 60-year movie career, appearing in countless classic horror movies, as well as classic films outside the horror genre, Price established himself as one of the most popular actors–beloved among both his fans and his peers.

We also talk with John one of the heads of Super Mega Fest which is next weekend in Framingham MA. Its at the Sheraton Hotel tickets are on sale now. Check out the awesome line up on the list below

I fly solo tonight as Pam is out sick…

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