#8 NIGHT KALEIDOSCOPE

A cynical psychic investigator who peddles his gift for anyone willing to pay. His abilities depleting, he must take powerful drugs to induce his visions. After a series of brutal murders in the city, a contact in the police comes to him for help tracking down the killers.

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https://www.filminquiry.com/night-kaleidoscope-2017-review/


Grant McPhee's Night Kaleidoscope has solid visuals and frequent bursts of great cinematography, sadly this is not enough to cover up its paper thin characters and story.

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http://www.pophorror.com/night-kaleidoscope-2017-review/

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http://www.hollywoodinvestigator.com/2017/nightk.html by Thomas M Sipos

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Original article by James Simpson www.infernalcinema.com

Fion, a hardened psychic detective (Patrick O’Brien) is  happy to work for the highest bidder.  His latest case proves to be his toughest challenge yet when faced with depleting powers – which he tops up by smoking a mysterious psychedelic powder – Fion encounters a mysterious wave of murders across the city’s poor and deprived.  With the aid of Isobel (Mariel McAlla...

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Original articly by Dön Harrisön | Wicked D Wails www.screamfix.com

Night Kaleidoscope Takes Us Vampire Hunting in Scotland

“Wicked awesome retro feel with a refreshing take on the modern vampire. The only thing sparkly in Night Kaleidoscope is the masterful cinematography. And don’t get me started on the 80s synth-rock soundtrack \m/” – Wicked D | screamfix

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