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The Horror at Gallery Kay Movie Review

Sep 25, 2018 No Comments by

As a long-time fan of producer Bryan Enk’s work, pretty much anything he is attached to jumps to the head of my Must-See list and while The Horror at Gallery Kay slid under my radar a bit, it definitely is a film deserving of a watching. “An estranged couple’s therapy appointment reveals the existence of […]

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The Toybox Movie Review

Sep 13, 2018 No Comments by

Imagine the best elements of a haunted house inhabiting a recreational vehicle. In theory, it’s like shoving spooks and kooks into quarters so cramped the claustrophobia alone will scare the bejesus out of you. That’s exactly what the makers of The Toybox intended. New from Steel House Productions and available Sept. 18 on DVD, this […]

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The Forest of Lost Souls Movie Review

Sep 05, 2018 No Comments by

Coming to us from writer/director José Pedro Lopes is his dark and daunting The Forest of Lost Souls—a beautifully disturbing, stunningly crafted black and white tale of deceit and depression.  I went into this without any expectations, not knowing what the story was to be about. Boy, was I given a treat! If you’re looking […]

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The God Inside My Ear Movie Review

Aug 22, 2018 No Comments by

Made in 13 days and for $8000, writer/director/producer Joe Badon’s The God Inside My Ear is a darkly funny, highly trippy and just flat out weird tale. About what, you ask? Well, THAT is the million-dollar question. It might be about a breakup between an oddball guy and his oddball girlfriend, and all of the […]

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Minutes to Midnight Movie Review

Aug 07, 2018 No Comments by

Alcohol, revelry, countdowns and kissing. That right there, folks, is your annual recipe for New Year’s Eve. Usually, as goes the oldest cliché in Journalism 101, a good time is had by all. But not in Minutes to Midnight, the new indie horror flick from Christopher Ray that adds a splash of slash to the […]

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Black Wake Movie Review

Jul 31, 2018 No Comments by

“Specialists gather in a top-secret facility to investigate a series of strange deaths on beaches along the Atlantic Ocean. One of the team’s scientists (Nana Gouvea) examines video evidence to uncover a possible parasitic explanation for the fatalities. But when a determined detective (Tom Sizemore) sends her the crazed writings of a mysterious homeless man […]

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German Angst Movie Review

Jul 25, 2018 No Comments by

Upon seeing the trailer for German Angst from Artsploitation Films, I was excited. As you may know by now, I’m a sucker for a good horror anthology. Anyway, after seeing that there was an offering from Jorg Buttgereit (Nekromantik, Nekromantik 2) included, I became downright giddy as I’m a fan of his other works. The […]

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Terrifier Movie Review

Jul 19, 2018 No Comments by

Whether they’re killer ones from outer space, dancing or selling fried chicken, clowns are frighteningly memorable and nearly everyone has a love/hate relationship with at least one. In writer/director Damien Leone’s Terrifier, the harlequin-styled Art the Clown (originally debuting in Leone’s All Hallows’ Eve [2013]) returns to give us a fantastically satisfying grindhouse gorefest that’s […]

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MonsterKids: The Impact of Things That Go Bump in the Night Movie Review

Jul 16, 2018 No Comments by

MonsterKids, winner of the 2018 Rondo Award for Best Documentary, is like the perfect dinner guest. It brings a spirit of fun, tells great stories, and doesn’t overstay its welcome.  Director James-Michael Roddy embodies all of these qualities while offering up a breezy valentine to a moment in the history of horror when the cosmic […]

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The Lighthouse Movie Review

Jul 10, 2018 No Comments by

“This island does not want us here. Before this beacon was built, she took hundreds of lives. Perhaps she is still hungry.” –Thomas Griffiths The sea is a harsh and unyielding mistress. Those who work her can testify that she doesn’t give an inch when you make her your home. You can see the proof […]

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