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Admin30.08.2021

Francine LaPensee

Her husband, Alain, provides the dialogue, but they act as one in their thoughts and feelings.
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Admin26.07.2021

Popcorn Culture: Census Bloodbath: Homo

I couldn't possibly write a better following line than Letterboxd already has, so I'll just deliver it to you here: "Homoeroticism ensues, blatantly and everywhere.
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Admin17.07.2021

Francine LaPensee

The acting is stiff and the direction is poor.
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Admin05.08.2021

Francine LaPensee

Plus, the killings themselves are entirely bloodless and essentially all use the same tired M.
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Admin28.07.2021

Reviews of Francine Lapensée Movies

Denny is aware of this, though he has complicated feelings about it, possibly because of something in his murky past.
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Admin02.09.2021

Popcorn Culture: Census Bloodbath: Homo

Hanging Heart has a lot of aesthetic potential, too.
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Admin03.08.2021

Reviews of Francine Lapensée Movies

The film was released Straight to Video on July 20, 1990.
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Admin05.09.2021

Popcorn Culture: Census Bloodbath: Homo

They re-unite, because tragedy struck.
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Admin25.08.2021

Reviews of Francine Lapensée Movies

While there Cory finds out that his grandparents had died after dabbling in black magic.
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Admin18.06.2021

Reviews of Francine Lapensée Movies

You gotta watch out for those nasty Others, folks! The cinematography is frequently beautiful and never anything less than interesting.
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Admin21.06.2021

Popcorn Culture: Census Bloodbath: Homo

When she is strangled with a pair of pantyhose immediately afterward and the authorities assign hardened cop George McGill Dan Zukovic - who is introduced spin-kicking a gun toting perp - to the case, things begin to look grim for young Denny.
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Admin24.06.2021

Reviews of Francine Lapensée Movies

It very quickly takes on the burden of being a courtroom thriller on the side, which means that in order to keep everyone properly suspicious of him, the killings will only happen when Denny is out of prison, which is appallingly little of the time.
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