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New ‘Friday the 13th’ fan film ‘Never Hike in the Snow’ coming from Womp Stomp Films
3 weeks ago

New ‘Friday the 13th’ fan film ‘Never Hike in the Snow’ coming from Womp Stomp Films

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The words “fan film” don’t always inspire a lot of confidence in the quality of a movie, but those of us who saw 2017’s Never Hike Alone know that the …
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‘Hosts’ invites terror and violence to dinner
3 weeks ago

‘Hosts’ invites terror and violence to dinner

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The trailer for Hosts sets the story up as a home invasion piece, but it becomes evident quickly that the invaders aren’t regular criminals out simply for burglary or murder. …
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[Fantasia 2020] ‘The Mortuary Collection’ is a Masterclass in Short-Form Horror [Review]
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3 weeks ago

[Fantasia 2020] ‘The Mortuary Collection’ is a Masterclass in Short-Form Horror [Review]

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Ryan Spindell has been cranking out quality short films for years. So when I learned that he, along with a few frequent collaborators, would finally be premiering a new horror …
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Final Girls Ep 186: ‘Black Hollow Cage’ and ‘The Strangers: Prey At Night’
3 weeks ago

Final Girls Ep 186: ‘Black Hollow Cage’ and ‘The Strangers: Prey At Night’

Hey there Lovelies and welcome back for the 186th episode of Final Girls Horrorcast! On this episode The Girls are discussing Lonely Bob’s Listeners Request pick ‘Black Hollow Cage’ (streaming …
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[Fantasia 2020] ‘Sanzaru’ blends domestic melodrama with old school surrealist horror
6.3
4 weeks ago

[Fantasia 2020] ‘Sanzaru’ blends domestic melodrama with old school surrealist horror

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Xia Margus’s feature-length debut, Sanzaru, takes its name from the mythical ‘see no evil, speak no evil, hear no evil’ apes. It perfectly encapsulates the centralized themes of the film, …
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[Fantasia 2020] Dreamlike ‘Sleep’ evokes a haunting Lynchian mystery
6.8
4 weeks ago

[Fantasia 2020] Dreamlike ‘Sleep’ evokes a haunting Lynchian mystery

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A small secluded town in the mountains, populated by an odd cast of characters. A hotel surrounded by a deep forest. Generations’ worth of secrets hidden by the townsfolk. Visitations …
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[Fantasia 2020] ‘The Dark and the Wicked’ is a cold-blooded classic from the director of ‘The Strangers’
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4 weeks ago

[Fantasia 2020] ‘The Dark and the Wicked’ is a cold-blooded classic from the director of ‘The Strangers’

I’ve seen dozens of “haunted house” movies–maybe hundreds. You probably have as well. But with The Dark and The Wicked, Bryan Bertino (The Strangers, The Monster) offers up what is …
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‘The Strangers’ director takes on rural horror with ‘The Dark and the Wicked’
4 weeks ago

‘The Strangers’ director takes on rural horror with ‘The Dark and the Wicked’

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Rural horror always hits a sweet spot for me. The best ones give me the comfort of my grandma’s house before hitting everything scary about the country after dark. The …
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‘Spree’ is a dangerous joyride that connects social media with found footage
7.8
1 month ago

‘Spree’ is a dangerous joyride that connects social media with found footage

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If you’re reading this, that means one thing: We’re connected. We are all in touch with content created for us, by us through our beloved social media applications as well …
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[Fantasia 2020] ‘Fried Barry’ plays like an adult remake of E.T. through the lens of an Aphex Twin video
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1 month ago

[Fantasia 2020] ‘Fried Barry’ plays like an adult remake of E.T. through the lens of an Aphex Twin video

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Much in the way of Panos Cosmatos’ Mandy, Ryan Kruger’s latest “thing,” Fried Barry, will capture the hearts and blow the minds of stoners everywhere. And I’m not being derisive when referring …
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Delve Into The Colorful Side Of Hysteria In ‘She Dies Tomorrow’
9.3
2 months 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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‘The Garden Of Bewitchment’ is everything you want in a ghost story
2 months 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 months 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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2 months 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
2 months 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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2 months 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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