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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...

Gro Swantje Kohlhof in Sleep

Sleep (AKA Schlaf) Will Definitely Keep You Up At Night [Fantasia Review]

​As scary as sleep paralysis, intense nightmares, etc. are there are very few horror movies that actually deal with these conditions effectively; Sleep (or Schlaf, auf Deutsch) looks set to change all...

Pat Healy and Noah Segan in The Pale Door

The Pale Door Marks Aaron B. Koontz Out as One to Watch [Review]

The Pale Door is the latest offering from Aaron B. Koontz, a filmmaker who’s quickly becoming one of the most interesting voices working in horror right now. In keeping with how different Scare ...

Shudder’s Host is Truly Terrifying [Review]

Host is the kind of movie that could only have been made now. Taking place entirely on a Zoom conference call, with the COVID-19 quarantine in full effect (one character even puts a mask on for a brie...

Kate Sheil & Kentucker Audley in She Dies Tomorrow by Amy Seimetz

She Dies Tomorrow is a Perplexingly Involving Offering from Amy Seimetz [Review]

She Dies Tomorrow is the sophomore feature from prolific actress Amy Seimetz. And, as befitting someone whose eclectic career has encompassed the likes of You’re Next, Lean on Pete, and the ghas...

Blood Vessel - Still 4

Blood Vessel Sails Along Interminably [Review]

The IMDb summary for Blood Vessel offers considerably more scene-setting information than the entire movie, which is really saying something, particularly considering the amount of references to ̶...

Dan Stevens, Sheila Vand, and Jeremy Allen White in The Rental

Dave Franco’s The Rental is An Impressive Debut [Review]

The Rental is the second ominous beach house themed horror movie in as many weeks and, although it’s slighter fare than Shudder’s subversive shocker The Beach House, Dave Franco’s di...

Dreamland Suffocates Under Its Delusions of Grandeur [Review]

Dreamland is the latest offering from beloved Canadian director Bruce McDonald, of fan favorite Pontypool and, more recently, the delightfully festive yet divisive Hellions, fame. The movie’s synopsis...

You Die

You Die is the Killer App Movie That Countdown Should’ve Been [Review]

You Die, an agreeable Italian genre offering with the wholly unnecessary subtitle, “Get the app, then die,” takes the premise that last year’s completely rubbish Countdown squandered within the first ...

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