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Anything for Jackson

Anything for Jackson is High Quality Possession Horror [Review]

“Believe me when I say, we’ve thought of everything. No one has more time than a grieving family. No one.” Grief provides a solid premise in a horror story. It is a universal emotion that we’ve all fe...

Game of Death

Game of Death is a High Point for Horror in 2020

Game of Death represents something that’s becoming more and more rare in the world of horror these days. To put it bluntly, it’s a film that doesn’t care about your feelings, and the more shocked, out...

science

Minor Premise is a Major Win for Science Fiction [Review]

Imagine the ability to remove PTSD from a veteran’s memory, or the prospect of editing the reward pathway in the mind of an addict. These are life-altering changes that could create a better world. Bu...

Reaptown title

Reaptown is Indie Horror with Heart

If you’re a fan of indie horror and looking for something new, it’s worth your time to check out Reaptown. Released on Prime Video on September 28, the film is directed by Dutch Marich, and features a...

Mortal

Mortal is an innovative mythology story that steps on its own feet [Review]

Mortal follows Eric Bergland (Nat Wolff, The Stand, Paper Towns) an American lost in the Norwegian woods after a tragic incident. Following a strange encounter with a couple of pesky teenagers, where ...

Antebellum

Antebellum is Regressively Simple in its Techniques [Blu-ray Review]

Sometimes ineptitude can be endearing. On the other hand, in most instances one will find themselves infuriated by witnessing an impotence of expression – incapacity that ensures a thing unashamedly s...

Voodoo Apocalypse

Voodoo Apocalypse Leans into Grindhouse Instead of Trying to Subvert it [Review]

Buddy cop comedies have always been awesome. Two mismatched cops—one gruff and cynical; the other just graduated the academy at the top of their class, full of optimism—go to war against a gangster wh...

Koko-di, Koko-da

Koko-di, Koko-da is Defiantly Strange and Surprisingly Emotional [Review]

Koko-di, Koko-da is the latest proudly bizarro offering from acclaimed Swedish filmmaker Johannes Nyholm (Jätten). And, in the grand tradition of weird Scandinavian fare, it takes some getting used to...

Haunt Horror

Haunt Special Edition [Blu-ray Review]

Haunt was a bit of a sleeper hit upon its initial release. The film quietly made its way to DVD without a lot of fanfare. That kind of distribution strategy is often indicative of a project that a dis...