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Death, Dying, And Other Things Episode 46: The Ghosts Of The World, Part 1
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Death, Dying, And Other Things Episode 46: The Ghosts Of The World, Part 1

What’s up! Justyn here, with another episode of Death, Dying, and Other Things!

It’s been difficult getting through this quarantine, but I hope you’re holding it together as well as you …
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‘The Oak Room’ is Unlike Anything Else You’ll See This Year
7.5
5 days 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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After Several Years on the Shelf, Incredibly Violent ‘Game of Death’ is Finally Getting Released
6 days ago

After Several Years on the Shelf, Incredibly Violent ‘Game of Death’ is Finally Getting Released

I remember reviewing Game of Death at SXSW roughly 3 years ago. At the time, I praised its lack of character development (yes, really) and its ability to somehow focus, …
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‘Peripheral’ Trailer is Loaded with Black Goo and Techno Horror
6 days ago

‘Peripheral’ Trailer is Loaded with Black Goo and Techno Horror

Writer’s block is a real pain in the ass. At some point in time, we’ve all struggled to find the proper words for a given assignment. That’s why the core …
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‘Scare Package’ is the Slimy, Bloody, Feel-Good Horror Anthology We All Need Right Now
7.3
1 week ago

‘Scare Package’ is the Slimy, Bloody, Feel-Good Horror Anthology We All Need Right Now

I first heard rumblings of Scare Package during a conversation at the Chattanooga Film Festival nearly 3 years ago. At the time, filmmaker Chris McInroy was touring We Summoned A …
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Final Girls Ep 180: Listener Request Month… Still ‘Zombie’, ‘Flowers in the Attic’ and ‘Lost Highway’
1 week ago

Final Girls Ep 180: Listener Request Month… Still ‘Zombie’, ‘Flowers in the Attic’ and ‘Lost Highway’

Hey there Lovelies and welcome back for the 180th episode of Final Girls Horrorcast! On this episode The Girls are getting into yet another week of Listener Request Month by …
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June 2020: New Horror on Shudder, Netflix, Hulu, Prime, and HBO Max
2 weeks ago

June 2020: New Horror on Shudder, Netflix, Hulu, Prime, and HBO Max

As fellow citizens of the world slowly return to their normal day to day life so do the streaming sites. In the last few months, we saw a huge incline …
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It’s A Bird…It’s A Plane…No, It’s ‘Alive’
6.3
2 weeks ago

It’s A Bird…It’s A Plane…No, It’s ‘Alive’

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Picture this: you wake up cold, sore, and sickly in an unfamiliar place. Feeling like leftover death reheated, speaking feels like pushing broken glass through a closed throat. You don’t …
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‘One Cut Of The Dead’ Is One Of The Most Original Horror Films In Years
7.8
1 month ago

‘One Cut Of The Dead’ Is One Of The Most Original Horror Films In Years

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Japan’s One Cut Of The Dead might just be the year’s most unexpected movie. Promising a zombie comedy like no other, it absolutely fucking delivers. Shin’ichirô Ueda’s feature-length directorial debut manages …
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‘Becky’ May Not Be The Kevin James Nazi Movie We Need Right Now, But It’s the One We Deserve
6.8
1 month ago

‘Becky’ May Not Be The Kevin James Nazi Movie We Need Right Now, But It’s the One We Deserve

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John Travolta obsesses over Stan, Nic Cage and Larry Fishburne track down a missing coke shipment, and Kevin James … is a Neo-Nazi. A trio of unconnected nonsense to the …
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‘The Beach House’ Modernizes the Very Best of Classic Horror/Sci-Fi
7.8
1 month ago

‘The Beach House’ Modernizes the Very Best of Classic Horror/Sci-Fi

Movies like The Beach House don’t come along often. That’s not to say that horror/sci-fi mashups are uncommon—quite the contrary, but it’s rare to find one that delivers such large-scale …
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‘Shirley’ is a Brilliant Meditation on the Madness of the Creative Process
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1 month ago

‘Shirley’ is a Brilliant Meditation on the Madness of the Creative Process

Those who pen horror stories are often well-adjusted, personal people who just happen to enjoy crossing over into the darkness.

Shirley Jackson always seemed…different. Her fiction seems a bit too
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[CFF 2020] ‘Attack of the Demons’ is a Fun, Violent, and Completely Absurd Demonic Comedy
5.8
2 months ago

[CFF 2020] ‘Attack of the Demons’ is a Fun, Violent, and Completely Absurd Demonic Comedy

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I imagine shooting a movie like Attack of the Demons on film would be next to impossible. The 90s Colorado backdrop, huge locations, enormous monsters, and gallons of neon-colored blood …
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[CFF 2020] ‘Killer Queen’ Channels the Grindhouse Era Through Lo-Fi Sensibilities
6.8
2 months ago

[CFF 2020] ‘Killer Queen’ Channels the Grindhouse Era Through Lo-Fi Sensibilities

It would be easy to dismiss Killer Queen as a gimmick of sorts. The film premiered in 2019, but it looks like it would’ve been screened in grindhouse theaters 45 …
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[CFF 2020] ‘The Pandemic Anthology’ Showcases Impressive Low-Budget Creativity From Across the Globe
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2 months ago

[CFF 2020] ‘The Pandemic Anthology’ Showcases Impressive Low-Budget Creativity From Across the Globe

We knew the coronavirus films were coming. In fact, at least one was already here.

And now, thanks to the Fantaspoa International Fantastic Film Festival in Brazil, we’ve got a …
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[CFF 2020] ‘The Yellow Night’ is an Eerie Head Trip Across a Deserted Brazilian Island
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2 months ago

[CFF 2020] ‘The Yellow Night’ is an Eerie Head Trip Across a Deserted Brazilian Island

Low-budget horror films aren’t the type that usually have an accompanying single.

The Yellow Night has one. Sort of. It’s an upbeat, old-school punk song by Metá Metá called “Me …
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