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Watch the Trailer for ‘Unseen’ – A Thriller Starring Midori Francis and Jolene Purdy



Unseen is an upcoming thriller film about two women on opposite ends of a phone call. Sam receives a call from Emily who has been kidnapped and can’t see, so Sam acts as her eyes to help her escape her captor.

The trailer showcases the movie’s fast pace, with split screens and quick zooms, as well as teasing some of the movie’s chaotic twists.

The movie will be released by Paramount Home Entertainment on Digital and On Demand on March 7, 2023, and on MGM+ in May 2023. It stars Midori Francis and Jolene Purdy.

Unseen is a thrilling movie concept that will grab the attention of viewers. Directed by Yoko Okumura, who has previously directed for popular TV shows like “Good Trouble” and “The Bold Type,” this movie marks her feature film debut.

Brian Rawlins, co-writer of the script, is also making his feature debut, having collaborated with Salvatore Cardoni, writer of “Gnomes & Trolls: The Secret Chamber”. Although the serious plot of the movie may seem incongruous with some of the comedic elements in the trailer, Unseen promises to be an exciting and intense movie.

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Evil Tech Might Be Behind an Online Predator Ruse in ‘The Artifice Girl’



An evil A.I. program appears to be behind the fake abduction of a young girl in XYZ’s forthcoming thriller The Artifice Girl.

This movie was originally a festival contender where it garnered the Adam Yauch Hörnblowér Award at SXSW, and won Best International Feature at last year’s Fantasia Film Festival.

The teaser trailer is below (a full one will be released soon), and it feels like a twisted take on the cult fave Megan is Missing. Although, unlike Megan, The Artifice Girl isn’t a found footage film it employs third-person computer tech in its narrative.

The Artifice Girl is the directorial feature film debut of Franklin Ritch. The film stars Tatum Matthews (The Waltons: Homecoming), David Girard (short “Teardrop Goodbye with Mandatory Directorial Commentary by Remy Von Trout”), Sinda Nichols (That Abandoned Place, “Bubblegum Crisis”), Franklin Ritch and Lance Henriksen (Aliens, The Quick and the Dead)

XYZ Films will release The Artifice Girl in Theaters, On Digital, and On Demand on April 27, 2023.

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A team of special agents discovers a revolutionary new computer program to bait and trap online predators. After teaming up with the program’s troubled developer, they soon find that the AI is rapidly advancing beyond its original purpose. 

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Latest Shark Movie ‘The Black Demon’ Swims Into Spring



The latest shark movie The Black Demon is preemptively striking audiences who are used to these types of films during the summer by heading to theaters this spring on April 28.

Billed as an “edge-of-your-seat action thriller,” which is what we hope for in a Jaws ripoff, er…oceanic creature feature. But it does have one thing going for it, director Adrian Grunberg whose overly-bloody Rambo: Last Blood wasn’t the worst in that series.

The combo here is Jaws meets Deepwater Horizon. The trailer looks pretty entertaining, but I don’t know about the VFX. Let us know what you think. Oh, and the animal in peril is a black and white Chihuahua.

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Oilman Paul Sturges’ idyllic family vacation turns into a nightmare when they encounter a ferocious megalodon shark that will stop at nothing to protect its territory. Stranded and under constant attack, Paul and his family must somehow find a way to get his family back to shore alive before it strikes again in this epic battle between humans and nature.’

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Netflix’s Trailer for ‘Waco: American Apocolypse’ is Terrifying and Sobering




Netflix’s upcoming limited miniseries Waco: American Apocalypse latest trailer is looking incredibly terrifying and sobering. The new documentary takes a look at the massacre made up entirely of stories from the people who were there during those chilling moments.

The entire true crime experience is the latest on a streak of great ones from Netflix. I can really appreciate the fresh perspective here. The idea of going with the living stories from the folks who were there is a painful experience to sit through. Best of all this one comes from Tiller Russell, the amazing Night Crawler, the amazing documentary that explored Richard Ramirez and his siege in Los Angeles during his time as an active, brutal serial killer.

The synopsis for Waco: American Apocalypse goes like this:

This docuseries includes never-before-seen material from the infamous 51-day standoff between federal agents and a heavily armed religious group in 1993.

Waco: American Apocalypse is now streaming on Netflix. Have you been able to watch the sobering documentary yet? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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