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Review: The Gallows is a Fun and Scary Thrill Ride

The Gallows follows a group of high school students staging the revival of the titular play. The only problem is that the last time their school put on a production...
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Anguish is Psychological Thriller Posing As a Possession Film

The opening of Anguish depicts what is surely an unthinkable nightmare for any parent. A pissy teenager named Lucy is having an argument with her mother Sarah, as they're driving....
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Review: Proxy

The filmmakers responsible for Proxy have described it as a spiritual successor to Rosemary’s Baby, which is an incredibly bold statement that one cannot make without complete confidence in the material....
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Comic Review: Puppet Master #17

Puppet Master #17 manages to advance the story in an interesting and unexpected way, but it also has the advantage of being really, really weird. There have been a...

Not Quite Horror: Nocturnal Animals (2016)

Horror is evolving as a genre. Although your local multiplex is still loaded with the usual contenders, look a bit closer and you’ll find the latest drama, thriller, or...
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Review: 10 Cloverfield Lane is a Fun Ride but Suffers from its Own Hype

10 Cloverfield Lane had an interesting journey to the big screen. Back in 2014 it was announced that JJ Abrams and Bad Robot were producing a new movie called...

Review: Prevenge Makes Pregnancy Scary Again

Hell hath no fury like a pregnant woman scorned in Alice Lowe's directorial debut (for which she also wrote the screenplay, and takes the starring role), the audacious, bizarre...
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A Nightmare on Elm Street – One, Two, Freddy’s Coming for You

A Nightmare on Elm Street finds the children of Elm Street in mortal danger. They are all succumbing to nightmares with the same central theme: A creep in a Christmas sweater,...
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Review: Victor Frankenstein is Much Better than You’ve Heard

Victor Frankenstein came out last week, but it seems like barely anyone noticed. The film is not faring well with critics, by and large and by all accounts it...

Harrow County Volume 6: Hedge Magic Turns Friends Into Foes

Harrow County Volume 6: Hedge Magic comprises issues 21-24 of Harrow County, a horror-drama comic revolving around a small southern town and its residents, who are plagued by supernatural forces. Harrow County Volume 6: Hedge Magic takes place...
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Advance Review – Narcopolis

In the not-too-distant future, recreational drugs have become legalized, and are regulated and ruled by the mega-corporation, Ambro. A police officer catches wind of something shady going on with Ambro...
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Comic Review: The EC Archives: Weird Science vol. 4

No, we’re not talking about the John Hughes comedy although that was a loose adaptation of the comic of the same name, but none of the stories included in...
We Go On

We Go On Is A Deep Journey That Asks The Big Questions About Our...

We Go On centers around Miles Grissom (played by Clark Freeman, of TV’s NCIS: New Orleans and horror oddity YellowBrickRoad) and his determination to find out if there is...
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Hannibal Recap – Season 3, Episode 8

This week's episode of Hannibal was met with much anticipation, at least by this viewer. Not only is the show's storyline moving into much more familiar territory with the introduction...
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Slumber Party Massacre – A Satirical Slasher Film

In Slumber Party Massacre, Trish hosts a slumber party as an opportunity for her and her girlfriends to reconnect and have some uninterrupted girl time. What none of the ladies realize...