Monthly Archives: Mar 2020

Girl on the Third Floor (2019) – Review

Don Koch, otherwise known as King Don, moves to the suburbs to renovate a recently acquired house but quickly discovers the situation is far more complex than first anticipated when supernatural events begin occurring around him. To make things worse, his pregnant wife is scheduled to arrive in the coming weeks and Don falls into bad habits, before unearthing the fact that the house is plagiarised with a sordid past. An at times promising movie that didn’t quite deliver on a whole, but worth the watch for any CM Punk fan.

Rating: 2 out of 5.
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The Pharmacist – Review

After losing his son to a drug-related murder in 1999, a small-town pharmacist, Dan Schneider, decides to investigate the New Orleans based homicide in the sole pursuit of gaining justice for his son. Unbeknown to Dan, his efforts would unearth a troubling trend of young, seemingly healthy people being sucked into the world of OxyContin painkillers. This is more of a documentary that focuses on the merging of two stories – one being Daniel Jr’s death and the second being the resulting investigation that followed.

Rating: 3.5 out of 5.
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