Sam (Allegra Fulton) is our yuppie heroine, and the gothy Carl (Gabriel Hogan) and moody Jenna (Ginger Snaps' Katharine Isabelle) are her tormentors. The kidnapping is a bit out of the blue, and neither of the teens has much of a plan on how to deal with Sam once she's tied to a chair in the living room. But eventually, the mind games begin and the trio starts to mess with one another as Sam tries to feebly escape and Carl and Jenna try to figure out how to react.
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You say a thinly-veiled fictionalization of the Columbine massacre. I say directed by Uwe Boll (He'll make four movies based on video games from 2003 to 2006.)
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Recalling the rules from memory, each team has 20 people on it, 10 of each sex. There is one female's one-piece to a team. It starts on one girl, who swims to the opposite side, places it on a boy, who then swims back and places the suit on the next girl.
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Hattie Webb not only brought a couple of harps but also Andrea Resce, her brother and a collection of cold remedies to the cathedral city of...
What's new in the music world this week?
These albums are not nearly as appreciated as they should be.
Listen to her new song 'Callous Copper'.
They might sound like they're from the 70s, but they way they roll is very 2020.
'U Kin B the Sun' is an album rich in texture and depth and one that quite obviously, and unapologetically, plays to Frazey Ford's strengths.
Listen to their new single 'Small Change'.