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We Need To Do Something Takes Isolation Horror to the Next Level

We Need To Do Something leaves its viewers trapped within the confines of a family’s implosion, building tension at an excellent pace, and dropping scares at all the right moments. This is the story o...

Cat O’ Nine Tails

The Cat O’ Nine Tails [Arrow Video 4K UHD Review]

It is surprising to me Dario Argento cites The Cat O’ Nine Tails as one of his least favorite of his films. I consider The Cat O’ Nine Tails a thrilling murder mystery that twists and turns the way a ...

Are You Afraid of the Dark: Curse of the Shadows is Fun for Horror Fans of All Ages

Horror fans who love 90s nostalgia should add Are You Afraid of the Dark? Curse of the Shadows to their watch list. This updated version of the beloved Nickelodeon classic is back and it’s great fun f...

Baby Money Fantasia Fest 2021 Movie Review

Baby Money Fails To Cash In On Its Thriller Premise [Fantasia 2021 Review]

Baby Money proves that having kids changes people in all sorts of ways. Once Minny (Danay Garcia) sees her little girl on the ultrasound screen, she’s fiercely determined to give her child the b...

The Last Matinee is a Gloriously Gory Throwback [Review]

From the opening strains of Power Glove’s classic power-pop anthem “Motorcycle Cop,” we know we’re in safe hands with The Last Matinee (aka Al Morir La Matinée). A Spanish-language slasher set in Mont...

The Sadness Fantasia Fest 2021 Movie Review

The Sadness Takes Contagion Horror To Splatter Soaked Extremes [Fantasia 2021 Review]

Rob Jabbaz’s The Sadness absolutely earned the trigger warnings that accompanied its screenings at Fantasia Fest 2021. Those who do not wish to contemplate copious gore, cannibalism, sexual abus...

Ultrasound Fantasia Fest 2021 Movie Review

Ultrasound Combines Sharp Sound Design And An Unreliable Narrator Into A Genuinely Surprising Sci-Fi Thriller [Fantasia 2021 Review]

Ultrasound is unafraid to introduce the abstract and off kilter within its first few frames. A wash of inky blue and jet black is shot in wide angle, only recognizable as a car driving down a mountain...

MARTYRS LANE

The Haunted House in Martyrs Lane is Empty [Fantasia 2021 Review]

With a title like Martyrs Lane, you might be expecting something relentlessly gory, but Ruth Platt’s third feature doesn’t actually take place in the eponymous spot. Rather, it’s key to unlocking the ...

Blood Conscious is a Tense Thriller with a Message

Blood Conscious gets off to a great start with a retro feel to the opening credits and score. These aspects along with the opening scene drew me in as a viewer, and there were several other factors th...