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Blu-ray Review: Eli Roth’s HISTORY OF HORROR, Season One

AMC’s History of Horror is set to premiere its second season on October 10th, but arriving this week, is the first season on Blu-ray. Taking the inaugural season and fleshing it out via a series of sp...

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The Wolf of Snow Hollow is An All-Timer in the Making [Fantastic Fest Review]

The Wolf of Snow Hollow (AKA simply The Werewolf) is writer-director-actor-producer-and-everything-else-besides Jim Cummings’ highly-anticipated follow-up to festival darling Thunder Road. It couldn’t...

Lauren Beatty in Bloodthirsty

Bloodthirsty Makes Werewolves Female Again [Fantastic Fest Review]

It’s been a while since we were gifted a decent werewolf movie (though I will defend Wolfcop and its brilliant sequel, Another Wolfcop, until the day I die) but, at this year’s Celebration of Fantasti...

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Girl is a Major Showcase for Bella Thorne [Fantastic Fest Review]

Chad Faust’s Girl carries with it a certain amount of baggage because its leads are tabloid favorites Bella Thorne and Mickey Rourke.  Although the two performers come from vastly different eras, they...

Back to the ’80s: Dead Calm

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 which category a particular film falls under...

Andrea Riseborough in Possessor

Possessor Will Leave You Breathless [Fantastic Fest Review]

There’s an amazingly gross practical effect about 20 seconds into Possessor, which bodes well for what’s to come. Created by the spawn of Cronenberg, the film is certainly Cronenbergian but it’s also ...

The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw

THE CURSE OF AUDREY EARNSHAW is a Flawed Yet Entertaining Witch Flick [Review]

There’s something very interesting about The Curse of Audrey Earnshaw. From its The Witch meets The Village setup (Not a spoiler, we’re immediately told that the entire village in the film lives as if...

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Spontaneous Will Totally Wreck Your Head [Review]

Spontaneous has notions of being this year’s Happy Death Day, with its caustic sense of humor and anti-heroine lead, but lands somewhere closer to Me and Earl and the Dying Girl only with considerably...

Angela Bettis in 12 Hour Shift

12 Hour Shift is a Twisted, Anarchic, Feminist AF Delight [Review]

12 Hour Shift is the sophomore feature from one Brea Grant, who horror fans will be intimately familiar with as an actor in the likes of Dexter, Beyond the Gates, After Midnight, the recent Lucky, whi...

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