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5 new horror movies at Fantasia 2020 that we can’t wait to see
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5 new horror movies at Fantasia 2020 that we can’t wait to see

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We’re just a little over one week from the launch of this year’s edition of the Fantasia International Film Festival. Though the pandemic has moved this year’s festival online, the …
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Final Girls Ep 184: Flashback to 2019 ‘The Prodigy’ and ‘Ready or Not’
2 days ago

Final Girls Ep 184: Flashback to 2019 ‘The Prodigy’ and ‘Ready or Not’

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Hey there Lovelies and welcome back for the 184th episode of Final Girls Horrorcast! On this episode The Girls are taking on 2 more flicks from 2019, ‘The Prodigy’ (streaming …
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Delve Into The Colorful Side Of Hysteria In ‘She Dies Tomorrow’
9.3
1 week ago

Delve Into The Colorful Side Of Hysteria In ‘She Dies Tomorrow’

2020 has been, to say the least, a nightmare year. Social unrest, systemic injustice, extrajudicial executions and kidnappings in the streets, murder hornets, and a political climate that would be …
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Two guys, one cup, and a burning bear suit: a discussion about Ari Aster’s ‘Midsommar’
1 week ago

Two guys, one cup, and a burning bear suit: a discussion about Ari Aster’s ‘Midsommar’

The following is adapted from a conversation between Modern Horrors writers Justin Travis & Finely Ash, which started with a relatively simple question: Did Christian deserve his fate in Midsommar?
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Fantasia 2019 fave ‘SATOR’ picked up for North American release
2 weeks ago

Fantasia 2019 fave ‘SATOR’ picked up for North American release

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Longtime readers of the site (along with those who may have talked about movies with me over the last year) are likely already aware of my love for Jordan Graham’s …
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‘The Garden Of Bewitchment’ is everything you want in a ghost story
2 weeks ago

‘The Garden Of Bewitchment’ is everything you want in a ghost story

As I stated in my previous review for Twelve Nights At Rotter House, I’m not a huge fan of ghost stories. However, still high on the love I had …
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Cowboy criminals clash with a coven of conjurers in ‘The Pale Door’
2 weeks ago

Cowboy criminals clash with a coven of conjurers in ‘The Pale Door’

By  •  News, Trailer

This horror-western mashup from Aaron Koontz (Camera ObscuraScare Package) starts with a good, old-fashioned train robbery before quickly turning south. Upon discovering a crate contains a girl named “Pearl,” rather …
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Final Girls Ep 183: ‘The Lighthouse’ & ‘Parasite’
2 weeks ago

Final Girls Ep 183: ‘The Lighthouse’ & ‘Parasite’

Hey there Lovelies and welcome back for the 183rd episode of Final Girls Horrorcast. This week Carly selected some popular 2019 releases ‘The Lighthouse’ & ‘Parasite’

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Delve Into The Colorful Side Of Hysteria In ‘She Dies Tomorrow’
9.3
1 week ago

Delve Into The Colorful Side Of Hysteria In ‘She Dies Tomorrow’

2020 has been, to say the least, a nightmare year. Social unrest, systemic injustice, extrajudicial executions and kidnappings in the streets, murder hornets, and a political climate that would be …
Read More

‘The Garden Of Bewitchment’ is everything you want in a ghost story
2 weeks ago

‘The Garden Of Bewitchment’ is everything you want in a ghost story

As I stated in my previous review for Twelve Nights At Rotter House, I’m not a huge fan of ghost stories. However, still high on the love I had …
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‘Useless Humans’ Hilariously Highlights The Horror Of Millennial Futility
6.5
2 weeks ago

‘Useless Humans’ Hilariously Highlights The Horror Of Millennial Futility

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Lifelong friends with high aspirations reunite after 10 years for their best friend’s 30th birthday, only to find themselves on the front lines of a mysterious alien invasion. Relationships are …
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‘Peripheral’ is pure paranoia and existential dread distilled into refined nightmare fuel
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3 weeks ago

‘Peripheral’ is pure paranoia and existential dread distilled into refined nightmare fuel

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I’m gonna wager that you’re tired of hearing or reading sentiments like this, but it’s hard to imagine a more frightening time for a movie like Peripheral to come out. …
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‘After Dark’ brings the spectacular queerness of vampire lore out of the closet
6.8
4 weeks ago

‘After Dark’ brings the spectacular queerness of vampire lore out of the closet

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For decades, scholars analyzed vampire fiction, appropriately so, for coded LGBT subtext. However, there is nothing “coded” about Charlie Steeds’ latest entry into the genre space, After Dark. Tossing subtlety …
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‘Game of Death’ chooses violence over substance, and I’m all about it
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1 month ago

‘Game of Death’ chooses violence over substance, and I’m all about it

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With genre films starting to gain more and more exposure and mainstream attention for their meaningful narratives, it’s admittedly refreshing to see a new release throw caution to the wind …
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Time Thriller ‘Volition’ Isn’t Content Being Just Another Sci-Fi Romp
8.8
1 month ago

Time Thriller ‘Volition’ Isn’t Content Being Just Another Sci-Fi Romp

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Predicting the future has always been a point of fascination for us. Miss Cleo made a fortune on it, the American government has run numerous studies on it, and mystics …
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‘The Oak Room’ is Unlike Anything Else You’ll See This Year
7.5
1 month ago

‘The Oak Room’ is Unlike Anything Else You’ll See This Year

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I’m the kind of guy that appreciates a good storyteller—someone that understands how to work a room and how to extend the boundaries of the truth just enough for the …
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