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About Less Lee Moore

For much of her life, Less Lee Moore was too scared to watch most horror movies. Then a life-changing event transformed her into a horror junkie. Her favorite horror film of all time is The Exorcist and her favorite TV show is Hannibal.
Latest Posts | By Less Lee Moore
A Beginner’s Guide to Snuff  [Review]
2.3
1 month ago

A Beginner’s Guide to Snuff [Review]

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If you’ve been wondering what directing duo The Butcher Brothers (Mitchell Altieri and Phil Flores) have been up to for the last few years, you’re not alone. Known for vampire …
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Primal Screen [Review]
9.3
3 months ago

Primal Screen [Review]

By  •  TV, Clip, Reviews

Filmmaker Rodney Ascher seems to enjoy subverting the tropes of both horror films and documentaries by blending the two styles together. Other documentaries, such as Catfish, The Impostor, or Resurrect …
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Take a Trip to ‘Jordskott’: Interview with Showrunner Henrik Björn
3 months ago

Take a Trip to ‘Jordskott’: Interview with Showrunner Henrik Björn

The recent influx of Nordic films into the genre landscape has resulted in some of the most unique, disturbing, frightening, and unforgettable movies of the last couple of decades. Movies …
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The Transfiguration [Review]
8.5
5 months ago

The Transfiguration [Review]

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The Transfiguration opens much like George A. Romero’s Martin, with a claustrophobic scene of violence. In Martin, the film’s titular character attacks, drugs, and rapes a woman on a train …
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Alicia Faucher and Larissa Thomas Talk ‘Allie And Lara Make A Horror Movie’
6 months ago

Alicia Faucher and Larissa Thomas Talk ‘Allie And Lara Make A Horror Movie’

“A feminist screenwriting duo take the leap to directing on their first epic creature feature. Can they defeat the naysayers, nemeses, and night stalkers without the help of Satan? No. …
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We Go On [Review]
9.5
6 months ago

We Go On [Review]

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Writer/director duo Jesse Holland and Andy Mitton first appeared on the indie horror horizon in 2010 with their 2010 quasi-found footage film Yellowbrickroad. Since then, the pair has contributed a …
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Films of the New French Extremity: Visceral Horror and National Identity [Book Review]
9
8 months ago

Films of the New French Extremity: Visceral Horror and National Identity [Book Review]

Don’t let the long title of this book fool you: it’s an exceptionally accessible study of a subgenre of horror films that have never received their rightful recognition in the …
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Stake Land 2 [TADFF Review]
7
10 months ago

Stake Land 2 [TADFF Review]

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Let’s get some things out of the way: Yes, Stake Land 2 is a sequel to the 2010 film Stake Land and yes, it was produced by that film’s director Jim …
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Beyond The Walls [Review]
8.5
10 months ago

Beyond The Walls [Review]

By  •  TV, Reviews

Over the course of the last year, the horror streaming service Shudder has truly distinguished itself in the eyes of horror fans. Rather than just featuring any and all kinds …
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I Am Not A Serial Killer [TADFF Review]
9
10 months ago

I Am Not A Serial Killer [TADFF Review]

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Horror movies are in such a great place right now. Even if there are big budget disappointments at the multiplexes, lower-budget horror films consistently manage to save the day, thus …
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