Movie Review: Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast



Available today (March 3, 2015) is the latest addition to the ever growing Disney Fairies movies called Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast.

I am a huge fan of the Tinker Bell and Disney Fairies movies. I’ll admit that at first I wasn’t keen on the idea of trying to re-do the iconic Tinker Bell and have her go off and make her own films. That all changed when I saw the film Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue. I fell in love with no only the “new” Tinker Bell, but also the other fairies. Since then I have seen every film and have added them all to my family’s home movie collection.

In this new film, Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverbeast, the fairies witness of rare comment fly over Pixie Hollow – one that is only seen once every 1,000 years. Even so the fairies go on with their lives as if nothing has happened.

Tinker Bell happens upon Fawn and her newest “rescue” – a baby hawk. Hawks eat fairies, so Fawn harboring a baby hawk could be potentially dangerous to the fairies and other woodland creatures. Fawn is aware of this but she has a big heart and a genuine love for all creatures and simply wanted to help the baby hawk who had an injured wing.

Queen Clarion and the guardian scout fairy Nyx tell Fawn that she cannot rescue every creature she finds. She needs to take the safety of the fairies in mind.

One day Fawn is in the forest when she hears a strange moaning sound. Her curiosity got the best of her and she ventures into a dark and creepy part of the forest to find it’s source. Deep inside a hollow tree trunk, far under the ground, Fawn sees what is creating that moaning sound – a giant, hairy beast with a rat-like tail. She also sees that he has a thorn stuck in it’s paw. Being a huge animal lover Fawn sets out to try and remove the thorn from his paw.

For days Fawn follows the creature around trying to remove the thorn. She observes the beast creating unusual formations with giant rocks.


After Fawn successfully removes the thorn she quickly becomes friends with the beast. Even though he might be scary looking to most, Fawn doesn’t see him as menacing.

Fawn wants to introduce her new friend to her fairy friends, but she is reluctant. Especially when she finds out that her new friend, which she named Gruff, might be the legendary Neverland Beast- a mysterious creature that can destroy Pixie Hollow.

Can it be true? Is Gruff the Neverland Beast? Is Fawn’s new found friend really an evil creature? To find out you need to pick up a copy of Disney’s Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverland Beast, available today where ever most movies are sold.

Disney Fairies

Tinker Bell and the Legend of the Neverland Beast stars the voice talents of;

  • Ginnifer Goodwin (TV’s “Once Upon a Time”) as Fawn, the Animal Fairy.
  • Rosario Dawson (“Sin City: A Dame to Kill For”) as Nyx, a Scout Fairy.
  • Mae Whitman (TV’s “Parenthood”) as Tinker Bell.
  • Raven-Symoné (TV’s “State of Georgia”) as Iridessa.
  • Megan Hilty (TV’s “Smash”) as Rosetta.
  • Lucy Liu (TV’s “Elementary”) as Silvermist.
  • Pamela Adlon  (TV’s “Californication”) as Vidia.
  • Academy Award®-Winner Anjelica Huston (TV’s “Smash”) as Queen Clarion.

I love the movie. It’s a bit different than other Tinker Bell movies because Gruff can be a bit scary looking, especially later on in the film. However it’s not a scary story. Little kids can watch this with no problem.

I fell in love with Gruff. As odd looking as he is with his rat-like tail it’s pretty cute. I’m thrilled that the Disney Store has a plush Gruff. I need to get one.

Gruff Plush


I should forewarn you that you might need some tissues. The ending can be a bit sad. I know my eyes welled up with tears.

This is a great film that both young and old, girls and boys, will enjoy. It’s the perfect addition to any family movie collection.

There are plenty of bonus features available for this film. My favorite is Jeff Corwin’s Guide to Real-World NeverBeasts. There are some incredibly weird looking creatures roaming out planet – REAL ones too! Like a fish with big red lips and a funky looking lemur-like creature with a super long finger (to help them get bugs out of trees).

Blu-ray Combo Pack, Digital HD & Disney Movies Anywhere

  • 5 Essential Ingredients to Getting Gruff: Uncover the 5 Essential Ingredients in making “Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast.” The 5 ingredients are story, design, animation, sound, and making Gruff.
  • My Dad’s Movie: The True Story of the NeverBeast: Director Steve Loter takes us on a personal journey of how his young daughter taught him life lessons that became the story for “Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast”.
  • Jeff Corwin’s Guide to Real-World NeverBeasts: From high above the trees to the darkest depths of the ocean, Jeff Corwin takes you on a wild adventure around the world where you will discover some creatures that actually exist in the real world.
  • Deleted Scenes with Intro by Director Steve Loter
  • Tink’n About Animals: From a float of crocodiles to a mob of kangaroos, Fawn breaks down animal groupings by singing her own catchy song.
  • Gruff Love: Meet the big, lovable star of the movie with this musical montage featuring KT Tunstall’s heartwarming song, “Strange Sight.”
  • My Dad’s Movie: Hanging Out at the Premiere: Now that you know how I helped my Dad come up with the story for his movie, join me as I get to see it for the first time. (DMA Exclusive)


  • 5 Essential Ingredients to Getting Gruff: Uncover the 5 Essential Ingredients in making “Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast.” The 5 ingredients are story, design, animation, sound, and making Gruff.
  • Tink’n About Animals: From a float of crocodiles to a mob of kangaroos, Fawn breaks down animal groupings by singing her own catchy song.
  • Gruff Love: Meet the big, lovable star of the movie with this musical montage featuring KT Tunstall’s heartwarming song, “Strange Sight.” 

*Digital bonus offerings may vary per retailer

Here are some fun activities you and your family might enjoy. Simply click on the graphic to download and save them to your computer.

Download Fawn’s Mind & Body

*I received a free screener copy in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Penguins of Madagascar FREE Activity Sheets & Movie Giveaway (ends 3/12/15)


Penguins of Madagascar

If you are a fan of those cute, globe trotting spies – Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private – you’ll be happy to know that their full length feature film, DreamWorks’ Penguins of Madagascar, will be available on Blu-ray and DVD on March 17, 2015.

I didn’t get the chance to see the film in theaters, but I am looking forward to getting a copy of the film. My family and I love the penguins. We think they are the funniest part of the Madagascar movie franchise.

In this film the penguins join forces with the elite North Wind team to help save the world.

The film is directed by Eric Darnell and Simon J. Smith and features the voice talents of John Malkovich (“Crossbones” Red 2), Benedict Cumberbatch (The Imitation Game), and Ken Jeong (The Hangover), joining Tom McGrath, Chris Miller and Christopher Knights, who are reprising their roles as the Penguins from the beloved Madagascar franchise.

The film is being released by Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.

There will be a regular Blu-ray/DVD set as well as a limited edition movie pack that comes with two adorable penguin toys.

This film would make a wonderful addition to a child’s Easter basket. A great family friendly film is a much nicer option than too much candy.

There are a lot of fun extras that come with this film.

Blu-ray includes:

Special Features:

Top Secret Guide to Becoming an Elite Agent – Contrary to popular belief, there’s much more to becoming an elite agent than having a bunch of cool toys…do you have what it takes? 

“He is Dave” Music Video – You can run, maybe even swim, but you can’t hide from Dave, the octo-armed and dangerous “creep of the deep” from Penguins of Madagascar! 

Flipper Slap Shake Waddle and Roll – Grab your accordion, flap your flippers, do the dance and join the fun. But don’t worry if you don’t get it right…just wing it! 

“Celebrate” Music Video by Pitbull – Get ready to celebrate watching music sensation Pitbull perform in this webbed foot-tapping music video, featuring scenes from the movie! 

Do The Penguin Shake with tWitch – Practice your best penguin moves and join hip-hop dance star tWitch for a fun-filled lesson on how to do the Penguin Shake dance! 

Deleted Scene – Direct from the top secret editing vault (even we don’t know where it is), watch a classified deleted scene you couldn’t see in theaters! 

Madagascar Mash Up – Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private aren’t new to the spy game…here’s a crazy compilation of mission madness from the Madagascar films! 

Global Flight Plan – Set a course for fun and adventure as you trace the Penguins’ path around the world, starting with the flipping frozen tundra of Antarctica! 

Cheezy Dibbles Ad – Do yourself a flavor and don’t miss this hilarious commercial for the world’s best and most cheesiest orange-colored delicacy. Dibble me!

Theatrical Trailer

Image Gallery

The DVD version includes Top Secret Guide to Becoming an Elite Agent, Madagascar Mash Up and the Cheezy Dibbles Ad (as described above) as well as the theatrical trailer and image gallery.

Look for DreamWorks’ Penguins of Madagascar where ever movies are sold.

Check out the hashtag #PenguinsInsiders to see what others are saying.

To get you excited about the film I have some FREE activities and printables for you to enjoy. Simply click on the image to pull up a larger image that you can save, print out and enjoy.


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In addition I have a copy of the film to give to a lucky winner.

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and will end on March 12, 2015 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via e-mail and will have three days to reply or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me why you would like to win a copy of this film and/or which is your favorite Penguin?

For extra entries you can use the Rafflecopter widget (below) but you must complete the initial entry requirement or the additional entries wont’ qualify (I do check). Extra entries are optional.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


*I will be recieing a copy of the film in exchange for my participation. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Home: Boov Pop! – The Official Mobile Puzzle Game from DreamWork’s new animated film Home


Last year I was fortunate to see a clip from the upcoming DreamWorks release Home. The film looks super adorable and very funny. I have been anxiously awaiting it’s release.

Recently I have seen the trailer for the film on television.  I am thrilled to announce that the movie will be in theaters on March 27, 2015.

If you have not seen the trailer yet you can check it out here.


Doesn’t it look funny? I can’t wait to see it with my family.

In addition to the film’s release, DreamWorks has also released a fun mobile puzzle game based on the film. It’s called Home: Boov Pop! It was developed and published by Behaviour Interactive. The new game is now available exclusively on the App Store.

Emerging mobile publisher Behaviour Interactive, one of the largest independent game developers is excited to announce the release of their new title: HOME: Boov Pop!, the official puzzle game based on DreamWorks Animation’s 3D comedy adventure Home.

This free-to-play casual game offers a new twist to the puzzle genre, by adding a gravity-based design combined with out of this world 3D graphics to create a unique gaming experience! Play as Oh, Tip and Captain Smek as they battle their intergalactic enemy across three stunning settings: Paris, Asia and Florida. Connect power bubbles for epic chain reactions and use each character’s special ability to maximize your score!

Jimmy Gendron, VP of Mobile at Behaviour Interactive said: “Our innovative physics based gameplay is not only unique, it’s also a natural fit with the movie universe. It sets HOME: Boov Pop! apart from traditional puzzle games. We’re really excited to get it out there for everyone to enjoy.”

Based on the best-selling book The True Meaning of Smekday by Adam Rex, Home hits theaters on March 27, 2015. When Oh, a loveable misfit from another planet, lands on Earth and finds himself on the run from his own people, he forms an unlikely friendship with an adventurous girl named Tip who is on a quest of her own. Through a series of comic adventures with Tip, Oh comes to understand that being different and making mistakes is all part of being human, and together they discover the true meaning of the word Home.

About Behaviour Interactive

Founded in 1992, Behaviour Interactive is one of the largest independent game developers. The studio’s objective is to deliver high-quality and commercially successful games and explore fresh ideas and connected experiences to keep players entertained. Our studios work with the industry’s top publishers and licensors, including Activision Blizzard, Bethesda, Cloud Imperium, Disney, DreamWorks, EA, Games Workshop, Majesco, Microsoft, Nickelodeon, Paramount, Pixar, Sony, Starbreeze, Ubisoft and Warner Bros.  For more information, please visit: http://www.bhvr.com.

About DreamWorks Animation

DreamWorks Animation creates high-quality entertainment, including CG animated feature films, television specials and series and live entertainment properties, meant for audiences around the world. The company has world-class creative talent, a strong and experienced management team and advanced filmmaking technology and techniques. DreamWorks Animation has been named one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” by FORTUNE® Magazine for five consecutive years. In 2013, DreamWorks Animation ranked #12 on the list.  All of DreamWorks Animation’s feature films are produced in 3D. The Company has theatrically released a total of 30 animated feature films, including the franchise properties of Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon, Puss In Boots and The Croods.

Home App

I haven’t had the chance to check out the app yet but I plan on checking it out. It sounds like a fun game.

If you would like to learn more about the Home: Boov Pop! game please visit the app’s download page on iTunes.

Don’t forget to “like” the app’s page on Facebook.

What do you think about the film? Do you plan on seeing it when it comes out in theaters?



*I have partnered with Home Boov Pop to bring you this information. The opinions expressed are my own unless otherwise noted.

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Available TODAY the Academy Award Winning Animated Film – Disney’s Big Hero 6


Big Hero 6

Congratulations are on order for Disney’s Big Hero 6. The popular animated film won this year’s Academy Award for Best Animated Film. The film beat out other popular films like How to Train Your Dragon 2 and The Boxtrolls. Big Hero 6 is also the third highest grossing Disney film of all time, surpassing Beauty and the Beast and behind Frozen and The Lion King.

I have to admit that I wasn’t really sure about the film when I first saw clips from it. I assumed it was a super hero/anime type film. I am not a fan of anime. Although the marshmallow looking character Baymax looked cute, I really wasn’t sure if the film was for me.

Oh boy! Was I ever WRONG!

I initially watched my screener copy by myself. I didn’t think it was a film my husband or hard to impress teens would like. Now that I’ve watched it I am looking forward to this week’s Family Movie Night so my family can enjoy this awesome film.

Big Hero 6 is a story about a young teen boy named Hiro who lives with is brother Tadashi and their aunt Cass. Their parents were killed a couple of years earlier in an accident.

Tadashi attends a special university for talented student, working in the robotics lab. Hiro is into robots too, but he would rather fight robots in back alleys instead of putting his brains and his talent to good use.

One day Tadashi takes his little brother to visit the robotics lab and he likes what he sees. So much so he applies to attend the university.

Hiro entrance project is a swarm of tiny robots that all work together to create bigger things. The university is so impressed that they offer Hiro a place in their robotics lab.

That same night tradegy happens leaving Hiro feeling down and alone. That is until his brother’s last robotic creation, Baymax, comes to life to help take care of Hiro. Baymax is a “personal healthcare robot” designed to help people. Baymax does more than just help take care of Hiro’s health, he also becomes Hiro’s best friend.

Hiro discovers that a masked man has stole his tiny robot idea and is using them for evil, not for good. Hiro needs to stop the masked man before it’s too late. But he can’t do it alone. He needs the help of Baymax and his new friends Wasabi, GoGo, Honey Lemon and Fred. Together they become Big Hero 6 and their quest is to save the city of San Fransokyo – and possibly the world – from the evil masked man.

Disney's Big Hero 6

Who is the man behind the mask? What dastardly deed does he have planned with Hiro’s micro robots? Can Big Hero 6 save the day before it’s too late? To find out you need to pick up a copy of Big Hero 6, now available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD.

I loved this movie! Loved! Loved! Loved it! It was not what I thought it was at all. I was pleasantly surprised. I know my family is going to love it too. I cannot wait to watch it with them this weekend.

The characters are all very likable. Baymax is especially cute. Now I want a Baymax toy of my own. He’s adorable.

The movie had a lot of heart, action, adventure, mystery and comedy. It was a great mix of all these things – and in a family friendly way too. I think even young children will enjoy this film very much.

The animation is spectacular too! The streets of San Fransokyo look realistic. It’s hard to believe it’s entirely animated.

There are some sad parts too, so keep the tissues handy just in case (tears welled up in my eyes).

There are several bonus features on the Blu-ray copy of the film.

  • Theatrical Short: Feast – This cute animated short is about a little dog with a big appetite. I believe this also won an Oscar at the Academy Awards for Animated Short.
  • The Origin of Big Hero 6: Hiro’s Journey – Join actress Jamie Chung for a behind the scenes look at Big Hero 6 and how the film came to life including creating the environment, Baymax and more.
  • Big Animator 6: The Characters Behind the Characters - The animators of the film discuss their inspiration and influences behind creating the characters in the film.
  • Deleted Scenes with Introductions by Directors Don Hall & Chris Williams.
  • Big Hero 6 Theatrical Trailer

And other bonus features.

If you would like to stay connected with the film here is the film’s social media channels.

“Like” us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/DisneyBigHero6

“Follow” us on Twitter:  https://twitter.com/DisneyAnimation 

Check out our Website:  http://movies.disney.com/big-hero-6/

Download the DMA App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/disney-movies-anywhere-watch 

Here are some fun extras you might enjoy.



Have you seen Big Hero 6? If so, what did you think about the film? Feel free to share your thoughts.

Big Hero 6 group shot



*I received a free screener copy in order to do this review There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Movie Review: Zombieworld



Who would have thought that zombies would be all the rage these days. I think a lot of it has to do with the huge popularity of The Walking Dead.

I’ve been a fan of zombie films ever since I was a teen when my friends and I watched Dawn of the Dead (the original – not the remake). We were even nicknamed “The Dawn of the Dead Girls” by friends of ours (long story).

Now the zombies are a popular subject for movies, a lot more zombie themed movies are being released. Some are great – others not-so-great.

Available today is the zombie flick entitled Zombieworld.

Zombieworld is a collection of short films focusing on survivors across the world as they struggle to overcome horrifying circumstances when a pandemic brings forth a zombie apocalypse. The collection of blood and guts is brought to life by a group of new and up-and-coming directors from around the world, including Adam Myette O’Brien, Adriàn Cardona, Cameron McCulloch, David Muñoz, Jared Marshall, Jesse Baget, Jonathan Brown, Luke Giudici, Paul Shrimpton, Peter Horn, Tomy Woodard, Vedran Marjanovic, and Zach Ramelan.  Each director brings his or her take to a world of mayhem now populated with flesh-eating corpses.  Among the brilliant shorts to be included in Zombieworld is Peter Horn and Jared Marshall’s Dark Times, a blood-splattered scamper through the woods shot entirely in POV, where zombies, aliens and even Santa Claus make an appearance.

In Zombieworld, there is nowhere to hide…nowhere to run…the Zombie Apocalypse has come, and our world now belongs to the dead! From Ireland, Canada, Australia, Europe and all over the U.S., the bone-chilling news reports tell the same gruesome tale – walking corpses terrorize and devour the living. Only a few desperate humans find the courage to stand and fight for their last chance at survival. But the hordes of undead keep coming, and there’s only one thing on the menu – us.

This is NOT a drama or even a horror movie (some people might find it a bit scary). This is more so a comedy. I honestly thought it was a horror movie until a few minutes into the film when I realized it was not.

The film features various vignettes (not sure if that is the right word) of various situations from around the world where people are being chased down (and often eaten by) zombies.

If you are not into gore then this movie is NOT for you. There is a lot of blood, guts and body parts in the film.

I did find one scene in the film that I had issue with. There is scene involving Jesus making dead person rise – but the person comes back to life as a zombie. In addition Jesus spoke Spanish. That whole scene I could have done without. Jesus and zombies in the same scene is disrespectful.

Aside from that the rest of the stories were OK. Some were funny, others were just plain silly.

There is one story where zombies rise from the ocean and attack people on the beach. Gore doesn’t normally bother me but that story – WOW – it went above and beyond with the gross factor. Even me, a hardcore horror movie fan who is NOT easily squeamish, had to close my eyes a few times. Ewwww!!!!

The zombies in the film are mostly fast zombies (more modern zombies), not the slow moving ones from years ago.

If you are a fan of zombies and are looking for a good laugh you’ll want to check out Zombieworld. There is even a brief bonus clip entitled Zombie Apocalypse you will want to check out.

Look for Zombieworld today where ever movies are sold.

Check out the trailer but I must forewarn you - if you do not like blood and guts do NOT view the trailer.



*I received a free screener copy in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Movie Review: Digging Up The Marrow


Digging Up the Marrow

I’m a huge fan of horror movies. I have to admit when I was younger they would scare me. As an adult I have yet to be scared by any horror movie I have seen in the past couple of decades.

As a result of watching horror movies as a child I would not feel comfortable camping outdoors in the woods (Friday the 13th) and I don’t like looking outside windows at night compliments of the pig eyes from Amityville Horror.

Even when I was younger it took a lot to scare me as far as horror movies are concerned. As an adult I find that most horror movies are just silly or they try to be super gross which I find totally unnecessary.

I recently reviewed a horror film called Digging Up The Marrow. It’s available on VOD, iTunes and in select theaters starting today (February 20, 2015). It will be available on Blu-ray and DVD March 24, 2015.

The film stars Adam Green. Adam is also a film and television director, producer and writer. His specialty is horror flicks. Some of his other films include the Hatchet series and the film Frozen (not to be confused with Disney’s Frozen).

Digging Up The Marrow starts off with filmed interviews with people in the horror industry talking about monsters, and the belief of whether or not they exist. Tony Todd (Candyman and Final Destination) and the lead singer of the acid metal band Gwar are among those interviewed.

Adam Green is also interviewed for this film – or so I thought. It turns out he’s part of the film.


Adam talks about monsters and shares some of the macabre things fans have sent to them. One thing in particular has piqued Adam’s interest. It’s a journal sent in by a fan that talks about real life monsters he has seen with his own eyes. Naturally Adam doesn’t believe him but he thinks it might make for a fun documentary so he sets off to pay the man a visit and film what he has to say about the monsters he’s seen. The man’s name is William Dekker and he’s a retired Police Detective.

Adam visits William and William agrees to be film, although he’s a bit reluctant.

Adam asks William about the monsters he’s seen firsthand. He goes on to discuss children who are born disfigured. He cites some examples in photos. He said these children seem to “disappear” as adults. William says that these “monster-like” children as taken to a place he calls the Marrow. The Marrow is a world beneath our own where these people can live ordinary lives, such as our own. They get married, have children, hold down jobs and die underground. William even claims to know where the opening for the Marrow is.

Adam and his partner find this theory amusing and convince William to take them to the opening of the Marrow. William agrees but demands that they do what he says, including NOT shine light on the monsters as they emerge from the hole in the grown because it will frighten them and they will move on and not be seen from again.

Digging up the marrow screen shot

That night the trio stake out a hole in the ground, found in an abandoned cemetery, that William insists is the opening to the Marrow. That night William says he sees a monster, but Adam and his partner don’t see a thing. Because they can’t shine light on anything they were unable to film it.

The trio go back another time. This time the filmmakers disregard William’s plea not to shine a light and they briefly turn on a light and capture something that appears to be a monster.

Adam is thrilled ad shows the footage to friends in the industry. They don’t believe it’s a real monster. They just think it’s someone who did a great make up job to appear to be like a monster.

Adam continues to try and find ways to capture the monsters William insists emerge from the Marrow. They may even find what they wish for, however that might not always mean in a good way.

What is living in the hole in the cemetery? Could it really be monsters? Could what William has been saying true? To find out you need to pick up a copy of Digging Up The Marrow. Look for it where ever movies are sold (I know it’s on Amazon).


This film was shot in that “found footage” type of filming – one where the viewer is seeing things at the same time the camera man sees them. It’s meant to look “real” but I knew it wasn’t real because the actor portraying William has been seen in many other movies before. I think the filmmakers could have made the film more convincing if they used an unknown actor.

The film was very slow. Painfully slow at times.

The scenes where they did see monsters were very brief and most monsters only appeared for a split second – literally. Only one monster, the “gate keeper” of the Marrow was seen for about a minute or so.

I wish they would have given a bit more screen time to the monsters. They were really cool looking – something nightmares are made of. I was very impressed by the creatures. They were very scary looking.

If you are easily scared by things that jump out at you on screen then you won’t be disappointed in this film. All the monsters do pop out on screen when you least expect it.

Overall I didn’t think it was a bad film. I’m a die hard horror movie fan so it didn’t scare me, but I was impressed by the monsters.

Here is the trailer for your enjoyment.



*I received a free screener copy in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.

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