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Raven’s Hollow is a Fittingly Chilly Autumnal Horror Story [Review]

The celebrated works of Edgar Allan Poe have long proved fertile ground for horror movies, from The Raven to Sleepy Hollow. But Raven’s Hollow employs a different tack by featuring Poe as a character ...

Glorious Lives Up to Its Delightfully Deranged Premise [Review]

The premise of Glorious lends itself well to one of those delectable one-line synopses: A man is trapped in a bathroom with an otherworldly being communicating with him through a glory-hole. That the ...

The Reef: Stalked is Surprisingly Effective Sharksploitation [Review]

The Reef: Stalked – ostensibly an incredibly late sequel to 2010’s The Reef, but not really – has the wildest opening of any sharksploitation movie, maybe ever. I don’t say that lightly; it’s truly in...

Rose Williams in The Power

Corinna Faith’s The Power is a Stirringly Meditative Ghost Story [Review]

Corinna Faith’s The Power is, on its surface, the kind of rickety old ghost story we’ve seen a million times over. Figures lurk in the darkness and frequently grab at the long-suffering protagonist, w...

Slaxx Boasts One Seriously Killer Pair of Pants [Review]

Oftentimes, with horror movies, a goofy premise works better on paper than it does in practice. You only have to look to the recent Aquaslash – a film about a killer waterslide – for evidence that a g...