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The official Twitter for the horror author and fanfiction writer, Lexie Carver. "Into the Dark" and "A Fine Day for Murder" are out on Amazon! XOXO

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Lexie Carver
2 years ago
Check out my website, () for my appearances, my interviews, a dark Spotify playlist and some of my horror photography. Both of my books, "A Fine Day for Murder," and "Into the Dark," are available for purchase on Amazon. Welcome to the dark. :D
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2 days ago
Pt 8-We never get any real resolution about the lead's father or why he's in there. But I am glad that lead could take the elevator for once. Odd place to end the movie.
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Lexie Carver
2 days ago
Pt 7-Attack of the computer generated cats! What a sad, tragic and depressing story. All because the neighbors couldn't stand those cats? Wow!
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Lexie Carver
2 days ago
Pt 6-I know this was supposed to be serious but there were some elements that were comical to me. Feels much longer than it is. Not enough information to sustain the middle of the film -- a plodding middle. It would have worked better as a shorter film.
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2 days ago
Pt 5-The lead has some intense claustrophobia and of course, the ghost wants to drag her into the dark in an enclosed space. Why does the lead like the cop? When kitty wants blood, she wants it NOW.
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Lexie Carver
2 days ago
Pt 4- It’s like one giant trigger warning for cat lovers. I’m a dog lover but still, yikes! They put "no cats were harmed in the making of the film" at the end. Good. There’s also some domestic violence triggers.
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2 days ago
Pt 3-Dead cats are put into an incinerator, a cat being killed & eaten in a jar (don’t ask), putting a cat to sleep when the cat is scared, dying cat in a cage in a kill shelter, dead cat bodies, hurting a cat in a cage, pictures of the cats puts to sleep, and some manhandling.
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Lexie Carver
2 days ago
Pt 2-There were so many cute cats here. Some trigger warnings here for how some cats are handled or shown.
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Lexie Carver
2 days ago
The Cat (2011). Pt 1-Creepy? Yes but I was waiting too long for the why. Why is adopting cats a death sentence? If it’s that easy to avoid the spirit, adopt a dog, a rabbit, something else. The things people do to their pets like putting blush on them? Why?!
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Lexie Carver
3 days ago
Pt 4-The cops sure took a long time to come. This is why it’s never good to live way out there. Great ending.
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Lexie Carver
3 days ago
Pt 3-It’s not your basic home invasion story with a cat/house sitter. This movie has so many twists and key shifts that it feels longer than it is. Still tense and exciting but a lot of story here. Sophie is a smart lead.
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Lexie Carver
3 days ago
Pt 2-Good cinematography. Tense and exciting. Great final act. Sophie is lucky that Kelly is so skilled -- she brings a lot to the See For Me app. If only the lead would have charged her phone! Some interesting twists and turns here.
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Lexie Carver
3 days ago
See For Me (2021). Pt 1-Good premise. Good strong female characters who help each other. The men here are either malevolent or stupid save one. Nice to see a horror thriller flick with a blind woman at the center of it. Great start. Good dialogue. That’s a great house.
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Lexie Carver
5 days ago
Pt 3-It really gets under your skin. I was expecting a twist that never came. It’s a basic story, while I was expecting a sharp curve. Synergy is chilling. I hope I never fall prey to a guy like Seth.
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