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Top Ten Movies 2016

The Wailing:

In this unbelievably tense supernatural thriller, a foreigner’s mysterious appearance in a quiet, rural village causes suspicion among the locals - suspicion which quickly turns to hysteria as the townspeople begin killing each other in brutal outbursts for seemingly no reason. As the investigating officer watches his daughter fall under the same savage spell, he agrees to consult a shaman for answers - unknowingly escalating the situation into something far more dangerous. You can find the review HERE.


Three years after the death of Frank's wife a mysterious woman appears. As their attraction grows Frank struggles with reality and his loss. He tries to start over not knowing his choices could lead him to his own downfall. You can find the review HERE.


A man accidentally bumps into the priest who abused him when he was a child at a local coffee shop, sending him on a twisted journey through his past. You can find the review HERE.

All Girls Weekend:

High school friends reunite after many years to spend a weekend in the mountains, but when everything goes wrong, there is no time for girl bonding. You can find the review HERE.

The Unseen:

In a modern retelling of the classic The Invisible Man, The Unseen is about Bob Langmore (Aden Young) a former hockey player, now a struggling mill worker who years earlier mysteriously abandoned his family and isolated himself in a small northern town. He returns for one last chance to reconnect with his troubled daughter Eva (Julia Sarah Stone), but must partner with Crisby (Ben Cotton), a strung-out animal trafficker, to finance the trip. When he discovers Eva is missing, Bob will risk everything to find her including exposing the secret that he is becoming invisible. You can find the review HERE.

Train to Busan:

TRAIN TO BUSAN is a harrowing zombie horror-thriller that follows a group of terrified passengers fighting their way through a countrywide viral outbreak while trapped on a suspicion-filled, blood-drenched bullet train ride to Busan, a southern resort city that has managed to hold off the zombie hordes… or so everyone hopes. You can find the review HERE.

The Suffering:

A property appraiser fights for his sanity when he's trapped on a rural farm inhabited by sinister beings overseen by a mysterious caretaker. You can find the review HERE.

She Who Must Burn:

Sarah Smyth ("Cedar Cove", 50/50, "Supernatural") headlines as a healthcare provider at odds with the evangelical family in her small town. When she refuses to stop seeing women in need and even helps a desperate member of their own family (sci-fi icon Jewel Staite, "Firefly", "Stargate: Atlantis", "The LA Complex"), they decide she is to blame for the mysterious deaths in the community and must pay. You can find the review HERE.

Morgan Spurlock Presents: Becoming Bulletproof:

BECOMING BULLETPROOF, the feature directorial debut of Michael Barnett, documents the making of an original Western film called Bulletproof - a costume drama that features actors with and without disabilities. This dedicated group meets every year at Zeno Mountain Farm in Vermont to write, produce and star in original short films. Founded by two brothers and their wives, Zeno Mountain Farm's philosophy is to create a truly inclusive community that builds genuine friendships that transcend stigma and stereotypes. For them, their films aren't about making a statement; as one participant says, "It's all about making awesome movies." You can find the review HERE.

Hope For Steve:

HOPE FOR STEVE follows two and a half years in the life of Steve Dezember. At age 28, he has a girlfriend he loves, Hope, and big plans for the future; he has even saved enough money to buy a home and start a family. But suddenly his whole world is upended when he is diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, a neurodegenerative illness for which there is no cure. Knowing that he may have little time left, Steve proposes to his girlfriend of six months. They marry two months later and start to cram in as much living as possible - including cross-country road trips - while Steve can still walk, talk, eat and breathe on his own. You can find the review HERE.

Video Views would like to welcome a new contributing Reviewer to our team.

Stephen Harper aka Folklore is a writer/reviewer from Liverpool UK. He is the founder of 'Damnation Ave' in which he reviews all types of movie genres. He also writes for leading UK horror sites Popcorn Horror (contributing comic book reviews) and The Slaughtered Bird. I am very excited to have him on board and I like forward to working with him. Stephen is going to make Video Views an even better place to go for movie reviews.

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EXCITING NEWS- I am now a contributor over at the popular horror site "The Slaughtered Bird" so be sure to click on the picture above to check out this great site that is full of reviews, interviews and much more. I will be contributing reviews from time to time so be sure to bookmark the page.



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