The Maze Runner

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When Thomas wakes up in an underground crate, brought up to the surface to a place called the Glade, he has no recollection of who he is or where he has come from and all the other young boys in the Glade were also once in the same boat.

It has been three years since the first boy reached the Glade and since building their own community, their only mission is to stay alive and to find a way out of the maze.

But only a few selected boys have ever ventured out of the Glade, these boys are called the Maze Runners.  Minho, the leader of the runners knows the maze best, venturing out of the Glade every day and Thomas also wants the opportunity.

In an attempt to save another, Thomas breaks the rules and runs out of the Glade.  He and Minho then have a close encounter with a Griever, a giant mechanical creature which has a lethal sting.

Upon killing the Griever they discover its tracking device which leads them to the Griever’s base and a possible way out of the world they’ve been trapped in.

 

8/10

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Scorned (2013)

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AnnaLynne McCord stars as Sadie, a girl with a troubled past who has seemed to found love in the hands of Kevin (played by Billy Zane).  During a romantic weekend away with him, Sadie discovers Kevin’s infidelity and the other woman… is her best friend, Jennifer.

Suffering from her own mental illness turmoils from her disturbed childhood, Sadie devises a sordid plan of revenge for both her boyfriend and bestie.

What follows is a horrific game of torture and Sadie always has the upper hand.  However a run in with police officers on the look out for an escaped convict could ruin everything for Sadie… or will it?

McCord gives an outstanding performance that exudes both charm and chills.  You’ll both love and fear Sadie… and with good reason too.

9/10

 

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Predestination

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Sarah Snook stars as the Unmarried Mother, a woman with a complicated past and upon stumbling into a bar one night, begins to share the details with the Bartender (Ethan Hawke).

The woman explains that it all started when she was young and joins the Space Corp.  How ever after an array of testing and an altercation with another applicant, the young woman is expelled from the academy.

After that event, the woman meets a man who she thinks is the love of her life, but who soon disappears.  The woman finds out she is pregnant and after giving birth to her daughter, the baby is kidnapped in hospital.

All the while, the bartender is also not who he seems to be, with an underlying mission to stop a terrorist by going back in time.  However, while both the woman and the bartender are looking for their own answers, it turns out that they are both more connected than they think.

 

7/10

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The Collection 2012

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The sequel to the equally gruesome ‘The Collector’ , The Collection once again stars Josh Stewart as the talented locksmith, Arkin, following his journey as he is once again captured by The Collector.

Emma Fitzpatrick stars as Elena, a young woman whose plan for a night out with her friends at a local nightclub, end in a bloody massacre and a scramble for her life in The Collector’s twisted and sordid underground maze.

Elena’s father’s bodyguard is enlisted to help save her, he gathers his best team, but can they weave through the web of lethal booby traps and find Elena in time before they all perish in the hands of the sickest man of all time.

9/10

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