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About Meagan Navarro

Became a lifelong horror fan upon discovery of the horror section at the local video store, at age 4. My parents hoped I'd grow out of my obsession, but I still want membership to the Monster Squad.
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‘Another Wolfcop’ Has More Everything [Review]
7.3
4 months ago

‘Another Wolfcop’ Has More Everything [Review]

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Alcoholic werewolf cop Lou Garou struggles to keep a low profile after saving the town of Woodhaven from reptilian shapeshifters in the first movie.  But can a werewolf, who’s also …
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Upgrade [OFF Review]
7
6 months ago

Upgrade [OFF Review]

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Leigh Whannell ushered in a new subgenre of horror with Saw, terrified us with the Further in Insidious and ventriloquist dolls in Dead Silence, and even made us laugh with …
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The ‘Hereditary’ Hype is Real [Review]
8.5
6 months ago

The ‘Hereditary’ Hype is Real [Review]

This year’s closing night film of the Overlook Film Festival was the highly anticipated feature debut by Ari Aster, Hereditary. Its A24 (The Witch, Green Room, The Blackcoat’s Daughter) pedigree …
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Mohawk [Review]
5
8 months ago

Mohawk [Review]

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The highly anticipated follow up to Ted Geoghegan’s breakout debut, We Are Still Here, shifts from the snowy New England setting to the stifling forests of 1814, trading ghosts for …
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On ‘Get Out’, ‘The Shape of Water’, and the Personal Nature of Horror
9 months ago

On ‘Get Out’, ‘The Shape of Water’, and the Personal Nature of Horror

There’s no question that horror is a genre that’s consistently overlooked and disparaged upon in a critical setting, especially during awards season. It’s rare that a horror film gets an …
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5 Essential Horror Comics for the Modern Horror Fan
9 months ago

5 Essential Horror Comics for the Modern Horror Fan

One of the most often overlooked aspects of horror media is the comic book, which is a bit ironic considering film and television series have adapted them for decades. Films …
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Q&A: Director Guy Shelmerdine Talks ‘Night Night’ and Dark Corner Studios
12 months ago

Q&A: Director Guy Shelmerdine Talks ‘Night Night’ and Dark Corner Studios

Last week we teased the latest experience to come from director Guy Shelmerdine’s twisted mind, a descent into clown terror that spawned from recurring nightmares from Shelmerdine’s youth. If you …
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Q&A: Writer/Director Coralie Fargeat Talks ‘Revenge’
1 year ago

Q&A: Writer/Director Coralie Fargeat Talks ‘Revenge’

In the days leading up to Fantastic Fest, the normally jovial atmosphere was marred with scandal. The full scope of which can be read here, but in summation, there were …
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Dark Corner Studios Unleash VR App and Coulrophobic Terror in ‘Night Night’
1 year ago

Dark Corner Studios Unleash VR App and Coulrophobic Terror in ‘Night Night’

For horror fans, Friday the 13th is a sort of holiday reserved for binge watching horror. While there’s certainly a lot to watch this year, I recommend something entirely unique …
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10 Fantastic Fest Films to Look For
1 year ago

10 Fantastic Fest Films to Look For

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Another year of the largest genre film festival in the U.S., appropriately known as Fantastic Fest, has drawn to a close. Eight days of programming that specializes in horror, fantasy, …
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