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‘Anything For Jackson’ trailer gives us grief management through satanism
1 month ago

‘Anything For Jackson’ trailer gives us grief management through satanism

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There has been a lot of praise heaped upon Anything For Jackson coming out of the festival circuit, including from our own Luke Rodriguez. Now the rest of us finally …
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Final Girls Ep 193: PG Animated Horror
1 month ago

Final Girls Ep 193: PG Animated Horror

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Hey there Lovelies Happy Halloween and welcome back for the 193rd episode of Final Girls Horrorcast! This week the Girls discuss the PG animated films ‘Frankenweenie’; ‘Monster House’ & ‘ParaNorman’


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Death, Dying, And Other Things Episode 49: A Story About a Dog
1 month ago

Death, Dying, And Other Things Episode 49: A Story About a Dog

Hey y’all. Justyn here with October’s episode of Death, Dying, and Other Things.

This one was tough for me to write, tough for me to read, tough for me to …
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Final Girls Ep 192: Still ‘Scream’-ing
1 month ago

Final Girls Ep 192: Still ‘Scream’-ing

Hey there Lovelies and welcome back for the 192nd episode of Final Girls Horrorcast. This week The Girls finish up their discussion on the Scream series with ‘Scream 3’ & …
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Nothing can prepare you for the Shudder Original ‘Dragula: Resurrection’!
9.3
1 month ago

Nothing can prepare you for the Shudder Original ‘Dragula: Resurrection’!

The Boulet Brothers reality competition Dragula takes on a new life in this 2-hour long special exclusively on Shudder. Dragula: Resurrection brings back contestants from each season to compete for …
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Floridians! Popcorn Frights announces virtual Wicked Weekend lineup that you won’t want to miss
2 months ago

Floridians! Popcorn Frights announces virtual Wicked Weekend lineup that you won’t want to miss

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If Modern Horrors had a film festival, it would look a lot like what our pals at Popcorn Frights are doing. Fresh off of their participation in the Nightstream film …
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First look at ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ reboot comes from… Call of Duty?
2 months ago

First look at ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ reboot comes from… Call of Duty?

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What do Call of Duty and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre have in common? Well, maybe not all that much, but Call of Duty fans were recently treated to an exclusive …
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Exclusive: ‘No Better Lot’ teases a surreal noir ahead of series premiere
2 months ago

Exclusive: ‘No Better Lot’ teases a surreal noir ahead of series premiere

We’re always on the hunt for new and exciting works of horror, so when Christian Gridelli and Hunter Norris of DimeStore Films approached us with their new episodic podcast, No …
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[Nightstream 2020] ‘Rose Plays Julie’ is haunting but comes up short
5.8
2 months ago

[Nightstream 2020] ‘Rose Plays Julie’ is haunting but comes up short

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Haunting and atmospheric, Rose Plays Julie slowly pulls us through the journey of a young woman as she seeks out her birth parents and comes to terms with being adopted. …
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[Nightstream 2020] ‘Bloody Hell’ is a clever blood-soaked black comedy
7.5
2 months ago

[Nightstream 2020] ‘Bloody Hell’ is a clever blood-soaked black comedy

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Like The Wizard of Oz going from sepia to technicolor Bloody Hell shifts from a bright fast paced heist movie to a dark and dirty kidnap and torture flick. As …
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Beyond ‘The Pale Door’ lies a bloody standoff of witches vs outlaws
7.3
2 months ago

Beyond ‘The Pale Door’ lies a bloody standoff of witches vs outlaws

The outlaw “Dalton gang” gets more than they bargained for when they try to rob a train in this subversive horror western mash-up. Aaron B. Koontz (Camera ObscuraScare Package) shepherds …
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‘Archons’ is a drug-fueled Lovecraftian nightmare worthy of multiple viewings
7
2 months ago

‘Archons’ is a drug-fueled Lovecraftian nightmare worthy of multiple viewings

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Writer/director Nick Szostakiwskyj officially became “one to watch” after exploding onto the scene with 2016’s Black Mountain Side–and that’s not always the easiest position to be in. After all, …
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‘Death of Me’ is reminiscent of classic folk-horror, while not living up to its antecedents
4.3
2 months ago

‘Death of Me’ is reminiscent of classic folk-horror, while not living up to its antecedents

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Director Darren Lynn Bousman’s latest, Death of Me, has at its heart a solid concept: take The Wicker Man, set it on an island off the coast of Thailand, add …
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‘Possessor’ Proves Brandon Cronenberg is No Novelty Novice
8.3
2 months ago

‘Possessor’ Proves Brandon Cronenberg is No Novelty Novice

To review a Brandon Cronenberg film without mentioning his father is a near-impossible task. At least, it probably felt that way in 2012.

When the son of the …
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‘Dead Dicks’ offers long, hard look at grief, depression, loss, and genitalia
7.3
2 months ago

‘Dead Dicks’ offers long, hard look at grief, depression, loss, and genitalia

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* If you’re contemplating suicide or self harm, please call 1-800-273-8255 in the United States. In Canada, please call Crisis Services at 1-833-456-4566 or visit Suicide.org to find help in …
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‘Anything for Jackson’ was the biggest surprise of Fantasia 2020
8.3
3 months ago

‘Anything for Jackson’ was the biggest surprise of Fantasia 2020

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You wouldn’t expect one of the strongest horror offerings at a world renowned film festival to come from a couple of dudes known for TV romcoms and family films—but here …
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