The Calling (2014)

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Susan Sarandon stars as detective Hazel Micallef in this chilling thriller about the investigation into a serial killer with a spiritual side.

Hazel Micallef, a disgruntled detective who lives her daily life in pain from her physical ailments, works in a small town where nothing really happens out of the ordinary.

Until a string of deaths occur, with startling similarities:  The mouths of the deceased have been manipulated so they look as if they are speaking.

It is up to Hazel and another young detective to find the killer they strike again.

7.25/10

 

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Home Sweet Hell (2015)

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Katherine Heigl and Jordana Brewster star in this dark comedy about a highly strung housewife, Mona Champagne (Heigl) who upon discovering her husband Don’s (played by Patrick Wilson) infidelity, decides the only option is to kill the other woman.

When Don reluctantly goes along with the idea, he realizes he has unleashed the dark side within Mona, who will stop at nothing to put their family’s life and reputation back in its rightful place of perfection.

Heigl’s performance is top notch and her interpretation of Mona’s character brings insight and understanding into the insufferable “Stepford Wife” personality of Mona.  Heigl is a joy to watch, a true star and is the perfect casting choice for this entertaining flick.

9/10

 

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