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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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Victor Crowley [Review]
7.5
8 months ago

Victor Crowley [Review]

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Last month, Dark Sky Films and Adam Green surprised audiences who gathered for the 10th Anniversary Celebration of Hatchet with new sequel Victor Crowley, shot and kept under wraps for …
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Haunters: The Art of the Scare [FF 2017 Review]
8
8 months ago

Haunters: The Art of the Scare [FF 2017 Review]

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It’s October, the best time of the entire year, where the whole month is dedicated to Halloween happenings. One of the most popular things to do during October is visiting …
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Hagazussa: A Heathen’s Curse [FF 2017 Review]
6.5
8 months ago

Hagazussa: A Heathen’s Curse [FF 2017 Review]

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Set in the 15th century Austrian Alps, the debut feature by Lukas Feigelfeld, a graduate film no less, is a stark examination on paranoia and superstition surrounding the Paganism and …
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Tigers Are Not Afraid [FF 2017 Review]
7.3
8 months ago

Tigers Are Not Afraid [FF 2017 Review]

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The best thing about film festivals is the discovery of films that would have gone overlooked in any other setting. Fantastic Fest in particular, thanks to its unique ticketing system, …
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The Killing of a Sacred Deer [FF 2017 Review]
7.8
8 months ago

The Killing of a Sacred Deer [FF 2017 Review]

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Yorgos Lanthimos’ chilling and absurd horror mystery is deeply entrenched in Greek tragedy and metaphor. Combine this with the director’s unique cadence, and you have a strange film guaranteed to …
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Mom and Dad [FF 2017 Review]
6.8
8 months ago

Mom and Dad [FF 2017 Review]

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Often, parenting in film is displayed as a warm embrace of eternal and unconditional love for children. Brian Taylor’s reality check offers the flipside; not only can children be unappreciative …
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Gerald’s Game [FF 2017 Review]
9
8 months ago

Gerald’s Game [FF 2017 Review]

Leave it to Mike Flanagan, a new master in horror with a proven knack for intricately woven horror narratives, to adapt a Stephen King novel once highly considered unfilmable due …
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Applecart [FF 2017 Review]
5.5
8 months ago

Applecart [FF 2017 Review]

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On paper, co-writer/director Brad Baruh’s debut sounds like the perfect recipe for a fun midnight feature. A cold open set in 1961 shows a couple making out in the woods, …
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1922 [FF 2017 Review]
6.8
8 months ago

1922 [FF 2017 Review]

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There’s no question this is the year of Stephen King. Two theatrical releases, multiple television series, and two new adaptations coming to Netflix soon indicate the fervor for the prolific …
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Revenge [FF 2017 Review]
8.3
8 months ago

Revenge [FF 2017 Review]

The rape revenge sub-genre follows a specific formula; act one sees the protagonist violently raped in excruciating and graphic detail, act two the protagonist recovers physically from their wounds, and …
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