Dominic Burgess was born and raised in Stoke-on-Trent, England, and he was awarded a scholarship at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) in London, where he studied for three years.
Essentially, the story follows the Locke children—Tyler, Kinsey, and Bode—as they move into their father Rendell’s old family estate. It turns out that the house is full of hidden magic keys that allow people to shapeshift, travel through time and space, and even see inside the minds of others.
There is a bleak irony that this once lost film from horror icon George Romero would be about the ways in which the elderly become lesser people among society, once they outlived their ability to be productive.
One of Erik Knudsen’s interesting known trademarks is a pair of black converse. He is a Canadian actor, and Erik also portrayed teen tech genius ‘Alec Sadler’ in the Canadian science fiction series “Continuum.”
The show centers around Atticus Freeman and his family, as they fight against racism in the late 1950s and deal with the world of magic and monsters.
Like the previous two films, this one centers around actual events as this latest installment follows Ed and Lorraine Warren to Connecticut.
Lara Vosburgh is an American-Israeli theater/film/television actress and model, and she is a graduate of The Atlantic Acting School.
Six years ago, one of the most unique horror games hit the market: “Until Dawn” (2015). Developed by Supermassive Games, and published by Sony, the game offered a unique balance of video game controls and movie storytelling.
Everyone loves a good zombie movie, the fear, desperation, and classic sense of hopelessness. But despite all odds, realizing that there is even the slightest chance of survival makes the blood run cold and your heartbeat quicken.
The Flood’s theme, which was preceded by a low and echoing ambience, is undoubtedly a factor to the lasting terror of players everywhere.