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The Haunting Of Molly Hartley [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Haley Bennett
Granted, 'The Haunting Of Molly Hartley' will never be considered as a supernatural horror classic by anybody's standards, but I just don't understand why it has received such scathing reviews, I actually really liked it. I have recently read that a sequel film is in the works, so it must have had something.

If you are expecting some kind of horror masterpiece, then please stay well clear. However, if you are looking for a creepy, original story, which is not something particularly heart-pounding scary, but very entertaining nonetheless, then you might want to pick it up.
Murder In Greenwich [DVD] [2003] <b>DVD</b> ~ Christopher Meloni
Murder In Greenwich [DVD] [2003] DVD ~ Christopher Meloni
4.0 out of 5 stars A tragic real life story, 21 July 2014
'Murder in Greenwich' is a docudrama about the real life murder of highly privileged teenager Martha Moxley. In 1975, she was killed on the eve of Halloween in Greenwich, Connecticut. Her murderer was never found until 2002, and this made for television movie was seen the following year.

I should say firstly that I had absolutely no knowledge of this case before watching, and still only know what took place here on the screen, so I can't say just how accurate it is. Nevertheless, I thought it was a very good film, and if you enjoy police detective dramas, it will be right up your street.

This film is set twenty-two years after her murder. The famed writer Mark Fuhrman… Read more
The Invoking [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Brandon Anthony
The Invoking [DVD] DVD ~ Brandon Anthony
3.0 out of 5 stars Fun, and Suspenseful!, 21 July 2014
Presumably, the name change of this film from 'Sader Ridge' to 'The Invoking' was to cash in on the success of 'The Conjuring'. However, both films are very different, and unlike the latter, 'The Invoking' is a low budget, straight to DVD. Although I would have to disagree with the critics quoted on the DVD cover (it is most certainly not 'Creepy as hell'), it is still a reasonably enjoyable little thriller.

The story of revolves around a young woman named Sam (Trin Miller), who was adopted at the age of five. She has inherited a nice piece of land in Sader Ridge, from her recently deceased auntie, and invites three friends to go along with her to check it out. Her friends, Roman… Read more