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‘Koko-Di Koko-Da’ Debuts New Poster and Trailer, Then Postpones Release
15 hours ago

‘Koko-Di Koko-Da’ Debuts New Poster and Trailer, Then Postpones Release

By  •  News, Trailer

Johannes Nyholm’s Koko-Di Koko-Da was among the most striking films I saw during last year’s Fantastic Fest. In my review of the film, I called it a “beautiful waking nightmare”—and …
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Final Girls Ep 169:  ‘The Darkness’ in ‘The Forest’
19 hours ago

Final Girls Ep 169: ‘The Darkness’ in ‘The Forest’

Hey there Lovelies and welcome back for the 169th episode of Final Girls Horrorcast. This week The Girls fight their way through 2 films released in 2016; ‘The Darkness’ & …
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10 Movies To Watch While ‘Social Distancing’
1 week ago

10 Movies To Watch While ‘Social Distancing’

By  •  Featured, Lists

In the words of the beloved DC comic book villain, “Is it just me, or is it getting crazier out there?”  The world looks like a different place for a …
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‘The Hunt’ Is A Relentless, Gratuitous, Ultra-Violent Killing Spree
6.3
2 weeks ago

‘The Hunt’ Is A Relentless, Gratuitous, Ultra-Violent Killing Spree

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If you’ve ever wanted to see a screenplay with the energy of Saving Private Ryan play out in a horror context, the latest Blumhouse film has you covered. Once The …
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Final Girls Ep 167:  The Curse of watching La Llarona, Polaroid and the Coronavirus
2 weeks ago

Final Girls Ep 167: The Curse of watching La Llarona, Polaroid and the Coronavirus

Hey there Lovelies and welcome back for the 167th episode of Final Girls Horrorcast. This week The Girls discuss the underwhelming “Polaroid” & “The Curse of La Llarona”

Trailer Trashtalk:
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Death, Dying, And Other Things Episode 43: Freak Accident
2 weeks ago

Death, Dying, And Other Things Episode 43: Freak Accident

Is it March already? Holy moly! Well, you know what that means. Justyn here, with another episode of Death, Dying, and Other Things!

This month, a story about an accident and …
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‘The Hunt’ Is A Relentless, Gratuitous, Ultra-Violent Killing Spree
6.3
2 weeks ago

‘The Hunt’ Is A Relentless, Gratuitous, Ultra-Violent Killing Spree

By  •  Reviews

If you’ve ever wanted to see a screenplay with the energy of Saving Private Ryan play out in a horror context, the latest Blumhouse film has you covered. Once The …
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‘Butt Boy’ is an Absurdist Comedy about Anal Addicts
7.3
3 weeks ago

‘Butt Boy’ is an Absurdist Comedy about Anal Addicts

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In one of the biggest ‘mileage will vary’ premises in years, Tyler Cormack (Tiny Cinema) brings us a genre bender that he once described as the opposite of parody. Instead …
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‘The Cleansing Hour’ Takes Exorcisms to the Internet—and it’s Way Better Than That Sounds
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3 weeks ago

‘The Cleansing Hour’ Takes Exorcisms to the Internet—and it’s Way Better Than That Sounds

I first heard of The Cleansing Hour nearly three years ago. At the time, it was working its way through genre festivals as a short film—a really good short film. …
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‘The Dare’ Weaves a Clever Tale of Gruesome Violence
7.5
4 weeks ago

‘The Dare’ Weaves a Clever Tale of Gruesome Violence

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In The Dare, director Giles Alderson combines skillful storytelling technique and impactful brutally to tell a story of malice and the chain reaction of violence it begets. 

Jay Jackson (Bart Edwards) …
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Elisabeth Moss Shines Throughout ‘The Invisible Man’
8.5
4 weeks ago

Elisabeth Moss Shines Throughout ‘The Invisible Man’

We are introduced to Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss) in the dead of night, desperately trying to escape the luxurious fortress home of her husband, Adrian (Oliver Jackson-Cohen). One of the tensest …
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‘Beneath Us’ Is A Shovel Full Of Blood-Soaked Truth
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4 weeks ago

‘Beneath Us’ Is A Shovel Full Of Blood-Soaked Truth

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A white couple builds their fortune by flipping houses on the backs of immigrants…literally! And if that sounds like a spoiler, it’s not. Beneath Us is a movie that wears its message …
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‘Disappearance At Clifton Hill’ Is A Disjointed Dive Into The Laws Of Diminishing Returns
5.8
4 weeks ago

‘Disappearance At Clifton Hill’ Is A Disjointed Dive Into The Laws Of Diminishing Returns

Premiering at TIFF, Disappearance at Clifton Hill is a 2019 Canadian thriller film by Albert Shin. IFC Midnight will be releasing the film domestically in the U.S. towards the end …
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‘Blood On Her Name’ is White Knuckled and Red Handed
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1 month ago

‘Blood On Her Name’ is White Knuckled and Red Handed

A rural mechanic shop and its owner are caught up in a whirlwind of blood and trouble. There’s a body on her floor and, as the title suggests, there’s blood …
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