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‘The Cleaning Lady’ DVD Review

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Stars: Alexis Kendra, Stelio Savante, Rachel Alig, Elizabeth Sandy, Mykayla Sohn, JoAnne McGrath, Keri Marrone | Written by Jon Knautz, Alexis Kendra | Directed by Jon Knautz

Based on the 2016 short of the same name (also written and directed by Jon Knautz), The Cleaning Lady follows a floundering love addict who forms a dangerous bond with her new domestic while trying to avoid her married lover. As Alice struggles to end her affair with a married man, she finds solace in Shelly, a reclusive burn victim who cleans Alice’s apartment. As their friendship grows, so does Shelly’s twisted obsession with Alice. When Shelly learns of Alice’s on-and-off affair, she takes matters into her own hands in order to cleanse Alice of her bad behavior.

Jon Knautz is, for me, one of the most fascinating writer/directors working in horror today. Knautz’s work often times feels like a love
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Hear the Drums Plumb Depression, Self-Care on Clever New Song ‘Body Chemistry’

Hear the Drums Plumb Depression, Self-Care on Clever New Song ‘Body Chemistry’
Indie pop outfit the Drums unveiled a deceptively chipper, yet instantly infectious new song, “Body Chemistry,” that will appear on their forthcoming album, Brutalism, out April 5th via Anti-.

Body Chemistry” finds a rumbling rush of drums anchored by a thick bass groove, over which Drums mastermind Jonny Pierce laces silky guitars and his inviting croon. His lyrics, meanwhile, expertly blend both humor and melancholy as he sings, “I know some good luck/And a good fuck/A nice glass of wine/And some quality time/Is gonna make you
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Fifty Shades vs The Mid 90s Erotic TV Movie

Tom Jolliffe on Fifty Shades vs the Mid-90s Erotic TV movie…

Before you wonder, no Asylum haven’t announced their next monster mashup film. In case you were living under a rock in the past five years, a pop-cultural phenomenon called Fifty Shades of Grey stood to attention (eh thank you). A piece of internet fan fiction suddenly rode the crest of a wave, spawned a book release (plus subsequent follow ups) and then ultimately the Hollywood film treatment. To call the books artistic would be wide of the mark. They’re horribly written, trashy, and the sort of Waterstone’s bargain bin material that only the most bored housewife would have read 20 years ago, but somehow post millennium is an absolute must-read. For many it can be read as a comedy. It oozes cheese. It’s the most hokey hokum you can imagine.

That brings us to the films.
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