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The poster for Andy Muschietti's MAMA.

Mama Forgets That What You Don’t See is Always Scarier

Directed and produced by brother/sister duo Andrés Muschietti and Barbara Muschietti, Mama has a brilliant concept that is executed very well at the beginning. Mama follows the story of two young sist...

the movie The Tunnel, directed by Carlo Ledesma and reviewed by Nicola Odeku..

The Tunnel- Into The Depths Of Darkness

[soliloquy id=”1964″] The Tunnel is an Australian found footage feature directed by Carlo Ledesma that is presented as a full on completed documentary. It has various interviews tied in th...

I saw the Devil movie poster starring Min-sik Choi from Old boy directed by Kim Jee-Woon. Reviewed by Nicola Odeku.

I Saw The Devil- Pursuit Of Revenge

[soliloquy id=”9907″] Directed by Kim Jee-Woon, South Korean revenge thriller I Saw the Devil is a gripping movie with outstanding performances, incredible visuals and a compelling, emotio...

Jennifer Lynch film Chained reviewed by Nicola Odeku

Chained – Nowhere To Go

[soliloquy id=”1931″] Directed by Jennifer Chambers Lynch, Chained, is a powerfully gripping movie that packs a real punch and a kick to the stomach at the same time. The story revolves it...

John Pogues, The Quiet Ones.

The Quiet Ones – English Experiments

[soliloquy id=”682″] Directed by John Pogue, The Quiet Ones, is based on true experimental events. The story in question bases its tale of terror in England 1974. Controversial Professor J...

VHS 1 & 2

V/H/S 1 & 2 – Tapes Of Terror

[soliloquy id=”584″] Now I’d like to speak about both films, as personally, I loved them and I cannot mention just one without the other, so lets start with the first: V/H/S-  I̵...

the movie Dark Skies directed by Scott Stewart.

Dark Skies Takes the Alien Abduction Genre to New Places

Directed and written by Scott Stewart, Dark Skies, takes its time in setting up the Barrett family household, but the characters are likable and the acting is good while the insidious invasion of thei...

The movie poster for the film The Shrine directed by Jon Knautz.

The Shrine is Better than You’ve Heard

Another great exorcism movie that I can’t believe I forgot to add to my possession picks but I do have one major flaw with it; the exorcism and other key points of the film are spoken in Polish and it...

Antichrist disturbing cinema article

Antichrist – Naughty By Nature

[soliloquy id=”1769″] I was quite stunned by the graphic sexual nature of this movie but hey, I’m not and wasn’t complaining! The Antichrist, directed by Lars von Trier, does not tac...