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The Strangers – Knock, Knock, Anyone Home?

[soliloquy id=”3109″] Directed and written by Bryan Bertino, The Strangers is a claustrophobic nightmare that persists in its will to take that image of home being safe, and turning it int...

Michael Soavie's Stagefright Poster.

Stagefright Retrospective – Stalk and Slash at the Theater

[soliloquy id=”4143″] In Stagefright, a theatre troupe is rehearsing tirelessly to prepare for the opening of their play. When one of the performers injures her ankle, she drives to a near...

The Omen, directed by John Moore.

The Omen 2006 is a Totally Pointless Retread

The Omen 2006 follows the plight of Katherine and Robert, who are Americans living in Rome. The pair are about to become parents for the first time. But there is a complication and Katherine loses the...

Horror Express – Terror on the Trans-Siberian Express

[soliloquy id=”4155″] Shortly after the turn of the 20th century, a scientist (Christopher Lee) stumbles upon the fossilized remains of what he thinks may be the missing evolutionary link....

You're Next - Sharni Vinson

You’re Next is a Chilling Home Invasion Thriller [Retrospective]

Directed by Adam Wingard and written by Simon Barrett, You’re Next is an independent film success story. It was shot for a modest budget and picked up by LionsGate at SXSW for a wide theatrical releas...

Poster for Sam Raimi's Army of Darkness.

Army of Darkness Retrospective – Medieval Mayhem

[soliloquy id=”4209″] Picking up immediately after the events of Evil Dead II, Army of Darkness follows Ash through his journey back in time. He ends up in 1300 BC and is immediately marke...

Poster for Jack Sholder's Alone in the Dark

Alone in the Dark Retrospective – Slasher Film With An Oscar Winning Cast

[soliloquy id=”4245″] A group of violent and highly psychotic mental patients are unintentionally released from lockdown due to a power outage at the institution where they reside. The esc...

Ten Found Footage Films that Redefined the Genre - The Blair Witch Project

Things You Probably Didn’t Know About The Blair Witch Project

Horror fans are unlike any other breed of cinephile. We go to great lengths to unearth little known facts about our favorite feature films. Because of that, it’s a challenge to find trivia that will p...

Poster for Christopher Smith's Creep.

Creep- Train Station Terror

[soliloquy id=”5347″] Directed and written by Christopher Smith, Creep brings us underground gore. Based in London, Creep, is subway slasher with a promising premise. Socialite German part...