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Chimera Movie Review

Apr 24, 2018 No Comments by

Chimera is an ambitious dark sci-fi film written and directed by Maurice Haeems. A directorial debut, the film tackles heady themes and builds a chilling atmosphere of isolation and insanity against a background of bio-technology gone awry. The story follows brilliant-but-troubled scientist Quint (Henry Ian Cusick) as he struggles to cure the rare genetic disorder […]

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She Rises Movie Review

Apr 11, 2018 No Comments by

Ohhhh Angus. Why? Michael, why? Why waste your considerable talents on She Rises, a low-budget, high-risk horror flick that had zero chance of success? I’m talking about Angus Macfadyen (Braveheart, TV’s Turn) and Michael Biehn (The Terminator, Aliens, Tombstone), a pair of screen veterans who certainly didn’t need the paltry paycheck from this $300,000 pile […]

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4/20 Massacre Movie Review

Apr 03, 2018 No Comments by

Spring has sprung, and with it comes a favorite holiday. Can you guess which one I’m talking about? No, not Easter, but it does have to do with grass. Of course, I can only be reefer-ing (see what I did there?) to the much-loved, much-celebrated 420! I know most of you already have your traditions […]

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Cruel Summer Movie Review

Mar 27, 2018 No Comments by

A relationship breakup is a bad day by anyone’s standards, but for volatile Nick (Danny Miller), it’s more like lighting a fuse on a powder keg. He’s getting the boot so someone else is paying the price. And so begins Cruel Summer, a disturbing little film — just 80 minutes — by promising newcomers Phillip […]

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Annihilation Movie Review

Mar 21, 2018 No Comments by

There is almost certainly nothing more horrible than your own body turning against you. The thought of the familiar becoming unfamiliar is a universal nightmare; the biology you depended on for everyday living turning into the engine of your destruction. The most common name we use to describe this biological rebellion is cancer. Cancer seems […]

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Trailer Drops for ‘Real’ Fear Anthology A TASTE OF PHOBIA Coming this May

Mar 08, 2018 No Comments by

A Taste of Phobia – a feature-length horror anthology showcasing segments by 14 international directors depicting 14 different phobias – is coming to North American screens courtesy of Artsploitation Films. As many of you are aware, Artsploitation Films specializes in distributing the world’s most bizarre, disturbing, and outright weird cinema and A Taste of Phobia […]

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The Lullaby Movie Review

Feb 28, 2018 No Comments by

Babies. They’re not for everyone. Sure, they’re cute, but they’re exhausting.  Better yet, sometimes their very existence can unleash all kinds of hell upon a naïve new mother.  In Siembamba, or The Lullaby written by Tarryn -Tanille Prinsloo and directed by Darrell Roodt, this seems to be the case. Now, before you stop me and […]

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Bonehill Road Movie Review

Feb 13, 2018 2 Comments by

What do you get when you put together a pregnant mother and her daughter who are trying to escape an abusive home life, a creepy house (complete with a resident psychotic), horror favorites such as Linnea Quigley and Gary Kent, and werewolves? Why, you get Bonehill Road (2017), of course! The latest in over-the-top gory […]

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The Shape of Water Movie Review

Jan 08, 2018 No Comments by

You watch any pre-George Romero horror movie and you know the monster is going to go after the hot blond.  There’s a certain Victorian sensibility to this, the contrast of the innocent maiden with the creature of darkness, though of course the trope was already old when St. George liberated a virgin princess from a […]

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78/52 Movie Review

Nov 15, 2017 1 Comment by

The shower scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho is widely regarded as one of the landmark achievements not just of the horror genre, but world cinema. Alexandre O. Philippe’s newly released documentary derives its title from the 78 camera setups and 52 edits that Alfred Hitchcock and his crew used to create it. To flesh out […]

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