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Elisabeth Moss in The Invisible Man

The Invisible Man is the First Great Horror Movie of 2020 [Review]

Universal’s fated Dark Universe began and ended with the baggy, listless, Tom Cruise-starring The Mummy, leading nobody to believe another creature from that pack, The Invisible Man, could prop ...

Saw Gamechanger: The Legacy of Saw - Jigsaw

Saw is Coming Back Courtesy of… Chris Rock!?

Well, it worked for Jordan Peele… Surprising news dropped today that the seemingly never-ending Saw series, which had 50 billion entries at last count, is set to come back from the dead. Again. ...

Frightfest

The Best Of Frightfest 2018

​2018 was an ostensibly weird year for Frightfest. The coolest and best horror festival in the world (a scientific fact) didn’t manage to nab Halloween, Suspiria, or Mandy, three of the most obv...

Upgrade: Frightfest 2018 Spotlight

It’s finally August, which means the countdown to Frightfest 2018 is ON. In the weeks leading up to the festival, our intrepid reporter Joey Keogh will be taking a look at some of the most anticipated...

Saw - Wan and Whannell

Saw: Legacy Confirms Series Stalwart On Board Once More

We recently reported that the upcoming Saw Legacy had secured a couple of directors in the form of The Spierig Brothers, frequent Lionsgate collaborators who helmed the popular Daybreakers and Ethan H...

Saw - Wan and Whannell

Fresh Take: Looking Back on Saw After Over a Decade

I never thought I would find myself writing about Saw. As time went on, though, I got to a point where I couldn’t quite remember why that was. What was my problem with it? After a decade of dismissal,...

Saw - Wan and Whannell

Saw: Legacy To Shoot This Fall!?

It’s been so long since we’ve heard anything tangible about the upcoming eighth installment in the unstoppable Saw series that we were beginning to think the movie was never going to happe...

Cooties

Blu-ray Review: Cooties is A Mixed Bag

Cooties takes place at a rural primary school that is struck by a strange virus which turns its students into little monsters. The faculty must band together to formulate a plan if they stand any hope...

Saw - Wan and Whannell

Why it Took Me So Long to Love Wan and Whannell

James Wan and Leigh Whannell are the collective faces of modern horror. Eleven years ago, they created maybe the most influential horror picture of the new millennium so far. Saw was a powerhouse hit ...

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