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30 August

No Man of God: Luke Kirby shows real horror of Ted Bundy

By Jessica_Dwyer | 0 Comments | In News

No Man of God:  Review/Interview Luke Kirby shows real horror of Ted BundyBy Jessica DwyerNo Man of God isn’t a flashy film.  It doesn’t have overt scenes of violence andgore.  It’s not supernatural at all.  The thing that makes the movie terrifying isthe realness of it and how it shows us,

9 December

Daniel Isn't Real Review

By Nathan_HorrorHound | 0 Comments | In News

Daniel Isn't Real - ReviewYou can’t go back, only forwards.Daniel is a lot of things. It would be incredibly presumptuous of me to act like I could list everything he symbolizes (at least without writing a novella length review). Immediately, he forms an immaculate portrait of trauma during the formative

5 April

The Haunting of Sharon Tate Review

By George_Lane | 0 Comments | In News

The Haunting of Sharon Tate challenges fate and provides you with the unexpected.  Hope. One year before her death, Sharon Tate had a premonition of what eventually was that fateful night where she and four others within her home were to be murdered.  This film isn't an exact historical

5 April

The Possession of Hannah Grace Review

By JayKayHH | 0 Comments | In News

*Spoilers Ahead*Stop me if you heard this one before. ‘I love horror… whenI watch The Walking Dead.’ How about,‘The scariest movie in a decade or a generation!’ We could also go with adirect quote from Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or a horror figure who gives their stampof approval. This stamp is

16 November

Holliston-Part 1-Graphic Novel Review

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by Dr. Michelle ContyAdam Green’s semi-autobiographical television series has been turned into a graphic novel. In the story, main characters wannabe filmmakers Adam and Joe desperately want to throw a big Halloween party, it’s THEIR Christmas after all, but they don’t have any money.  As the pair walk home after shooting

13 October

Better Watch Out - Review

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Review by Audery LaneThe holidays ... a time of year that brings joy and dread to millions.  If you are like me you enjoy this time more when it's a little darker, a little bloodier and a little more shocking.  Better Watch Out delivers on all those elements and does

9 October

The Blackwell Ghost - Review

By jasonhignite | 0 Comments | In News

review by Brian NapierTo believe in ghosts or not, that is the question isn’t it? Asa scientist and natural skeptic, I always approach films like this calling“bullshit” before the opening credits. However, The Blackwell Ghostgot me to stop and ask, maybe? Shot in a documentary-style, Blackwell used the mundane and subtle

18 September

The Strain - Season Finale Review

By Jessica_Dwyer | 0 Comments | In News

Guillermo del Toro's vampire epic ended with a bang.  It also ended with two sets of father's and son's and how they mirrored each other.For those who weren't aware, FX had agreed to del Toro & Chuck Hogan's rule from the beginning that the series would be have a set

5 September

WTF! - Review

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Drawing influence from films like Prom Night (2008), I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) and AprilFools Day (1986), we meet a group of cookie cutter seniors who havedecided on spring break to journey out for a weekend of fun to a secluded cabinwithing the woods in WTF! Each member of the

30 July

Annabelle Creation - Review

By Nathan_HorrorHound | 0 Comments | In News

Last night, New Line Cinema previewed a special SDCC screening of Annabelle Creation for press and select lucky Comic-Con goers. The event itself was a delight – with a pre-show meet-n-greet (press only) with both the cast and crew of Annabelle - and the highly anticipated Stephen King's IT. Following,

30 July

I Don't Feel at Home – Review

By Nathan_HorrorHound | 0 Comments | In News

I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore – ReviewNow available on Netflix, is the directing debut of a genre acting fave of this reviewers – Macon Blair. Macon, for those unfamiliar, is the star of such films as Murder Party, and Blue Ruin – a Jeremy Saulnier staple (also appearing in

30 July

The Mummy - Review

By Nathan_HorrorHound | 0 Comments | In News

The Mummy - ReviewUniversal Studios launched their "Dark Universe" (i.e. a rebranded, modern "Universal Monsters") with the Tom Cruise-starrer The Mummy on June 9th – and as a reviewer, it's hard to discuss the film without being somewhat influenced by the hoopla surrounding it. Universal opted to hold off press