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Blu-Ray Review: A Cure for Wellness

It is in a moment of metamorphosis midway through Gore Verbinski’s A Cure for Wellness when a flashback of the film’s protagonist as a child appears. He plays with...
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A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: How Freddy Became The Pop Culture Boogeyman

A Nightmare on Elm Street was a success that spread through word of mouth. It was made for very little money and was released on a limited number of...

Second Opinion: Alien: Covenant

Ridley Scott’s latest foray into the universe belonging to Synthetic Beings and Xenomorphs is an intense and compelling horror ride. If you were not a big fan of Alien:...

Advance Review: The Survivalist Does Being Bleak A Bit Too Well

The Survivalist revolves around an unnamed male figure, simply referred to as the survivalist, and his existence in an uncivilized, post-apocalyptic world. The survivalist spends his time making it...
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Cujo – A Hauntingly Plausible Classic

Directed by Lewis Teague (just coming off of another rampaging animal movie, Alligator, at the time) Cujo tells the story of a St. Bernard that goes rabid after chasing...
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B&B is a Brilliant Premise Weighted Down by Dull Writing

B&B has a brilliant premise: a Christian bed and breakfast refuses services to a gay couple so they sue to get their double bed. Once they’ve won in court,...

Review: Rupture Recycles Without Good Cause

Director Steven Shainberg’s new horror-thriller is another tale of an independent woman kidnapped and tortured for alternative science. Despite boasting a cast of well-known and accomplished actors (Noomi Rapace,...

Review: A Dark Song is Pure Black Magic

When you have a movie with two characters and one location, you need an inspired concept. A Dark Song manages to conjure one. Even if its ending isn’t as...

Review: Chupacabra Territory Is The Bastard Child Of Found Footage And Asylum Monster Movies...

Originally entitled Lair of the Beast, Chupacabra Territory is a found footage film that revolves around four friends who are searching for the mythical beast in the mysterious Pinewood...

Back to the ’80s: Killer Klowns from Outer Space

Welcome to Back to the ’80s. This recurring feature aims to take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly from horror’s most beloved decade. Regardless of...

Review: Don’t Pull Over for Zombie-Thriller Breakdown Lane

Call the tow truck, ‘cause this one’s a clunker. Now when I first kicked the tires a decent concept fell out: Kirby Lane’s (Whitney Moore) SUV breaks down on...
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Review: Phantasm: The Complete Collection

Well Go USA’s Phantasm complete collection Blu-ray set arrives on April 11th. We got to check it out early, and from the packaging down to the brand-new special features, it’s...

Review: Here Alone Is A Solid, If Familiar, Zombie Movie

Here Alone opens with a striking shot of a woman (Lucy Walters' Ann) covered in excrement. She washes off in a lake, the surrounding wilderness deathly silent. Later, we...

If You Can’t Wait For Alien:Covenant, Watch Life

There's only one Alien. The ultimate haunted-house-in-space movie has spawned many wannabe replicators over the years, along with a dodgy sequel/prequel in the form of the excruciatingly dull Prometheus....
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Vestron Blu-ray Review: Wishmaster Collection

For anyone not familiar: In the Wishmaster films, some unlucky soul inevitably unleashes the centuries-old Djinn who then wreaks havoc and pandemonium on whomever set him free. He usually has some sort...