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>Happy 2014, everyone! Trey, Trevan and Eric return to go over their choices for the best films of 2013. Trey discusses the most underrated films of the year and Eric and Trevan go over movies 10 through 6 on the list. Will a surprise film sneak into the top 5? Will Trevan attempt to nominate [...]

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Here is Trey’s list of the Top 10 Underrated Films of 2013. He is absolutely positive that you’ll be pleasantly surprised with the depth of quality films that 2013 produced.

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Simply put, 2013 was an embarrassment of riches, and the best movies of the year are all over the place in terms of budget, scope, genre, and style.

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Two suspense thrillers new out on Blu-ray showcase two completely different approaches to what may be considered the horror genre. The term has morphed a lot since the late 60s/early 70s and the rise of the exploitation films, but both Stoker and The Last Exorcism Part II have what can be considered classic horror elements.

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Eric Melin on the KCTV5 It’s Your Morning show talking with Alexis Del Cid about ‘Stoker.’

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This week, Trey gushes over two movies, Spring Breakers and Stoker while Eric joins in on the Stoker love fest. Trevan pouts because he missed them both!

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In ‘Stoker,’ everything Park Chan-wook’s camera does adds depth and clarity to the emotional or psychological state of the characters within the frame.

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STOKER is a hypnotic and stylized psychological thriller, which follows India (Mia Wasikowska) after her father’s death with her emotionally unstable mother Evelyn (Nicole Kidman) and the arrival of her charming and mysterious Uncle Charlie (Matthew Goode), who although suspects has ulterior motive, becomes increasingly infatuated with until a last-minute twist proves she has an agenda of her own.

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