Poster for the E.L. Katz (Evan Lewis Katz) film Cheap Thrills.

Cheap Thrills Review – A Pitch Black Horror Comedy

Cheap Thrills catches up with Craig (Pat Healy), a victim of the recession, on the worst days of his life. He wakes up to an eviction notice and when...
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The Possession Review – Tepid Supernatural Thriller

Recently divorced couple Clyde and Stephanie find their world rocked by a Dibbuk Box in The Possession. The couple's breakup proves to be particularly hard on the pair's children. Wanting to...
Poster for Mikael Håfström's 1408.

1408 Retrospective – Haunted Hotel Horror

Mike Enslin, a paranormal investigator that doesn’t believe in the paranormal checks himself into room 1408 at The Dolphin Hotel in New York. The room has a reputation for...
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Dracula 2000 Retrospective – A Flawed but Enjoyable Update

A band of thieves rob the archives of a notorious collector in Patrick Lussier's Dracula 2000. The deviants believe they are walking away with a fortune in antiquities, cash,...
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Rest Stop – Dead Ahead

Directed by John Shiban, Rest Stop: Dead Ahead, has some good moments but overall lacks in much scares. It starts with runaway lovers Jesse Hilts (Joey Mendicino) and Nicole Carrow...
Poster for Marcus Dunstan's The Collector.

The Collector Review – Second Opinion

Arkin is a contractor by day and a cat burglar by night. He has set his sights on a diamond broker, and is in the process of burgling the...
Poster for Marcus Dunstan's The Collection.

The Collection Review – A Smartly Paced Sequel

The Collection picks up almost immediately after The Collector leaves off but this time, adds an intersecting storyline involving a young girl named Elena (Emma Fitzpatrick) who The Collector...

Creep Review – Second Opinion

A young woman named Kate is trapped in the London subway system after hours in Christopher Smith's Creep. She misses the last train and then fails to leave the...
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Excision Review – A Poignant and Visceral Film

Excision stars AnnaLynne McCord as Pauline, a severely troubled young woman with a very ill younger sister. She is an outcast at school and has a terribly strained relationship with her mother...
Poster for Steven C. Miller's Silent Night.

Silent Night Review – Horror for the Holidays

In Silent Night, a small, mid-western town Sheriff discovers that a vigilante maniac in a Santa suit has set off on a murder spree. The madman is killing off...
Poster for Peter A Dowling's Stag Night.

Stag Night Retrospective – Tepid Subterranean Terror Flick

Stag Night finds four friends out on the town for a bachelor party. When the guys, along with a pair of exotic dancers, get off the subway at an...
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Scream Retrospective – A Post Modern Meta Slasher

A killer that taunts his victims with ominous phone calls is tormenting Sydney Prescott and her friends. The madman sports a menacing mask and fancies testing his victims’ knowledge...
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Welcome to Spring Break (Nightmare Beach) Retrospective

In Welcome to Spring Break, Diablo, a sadistic gang leader from a small tourist town is executed by way of electric chair. But, wait. He may be back from the...
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Demons Retrospective – An Incoherent but Highly Entertaining Film

Demons unfolds at a movie theater that is screening a sneak preview for a horror film. As the events of the film occur onscreen, similar happenings are carried out...
Poster for Peter Medak's The Changeling.

The Changeling Retrospective – Classic Haunted House Thriller

The Changeling stars George C. Scott (Firestarter) as John Russell. When a tragic accident costs John his wife and daughter, he believes a change of scenery will do him...