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‘Darlin’’ Deliciously Combats Conversion, Conspiracy, and Contempt [Review]
8.8
2 days ago

‘Darlin’’ Deliciously Combats Conversion, Conspiracy, and Contempt [Review]

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Darlin’, darlin’, darlin’… Just the word alone can summon the thoughts of saccharine femininity doused with a reminiscent 60’s tune. However, Blondie’s song, cooed by punk dessert bombshell Debby Harry, …
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‘Snatchers’ Is An Unexpected Bundle of Meaning and Gore [Review]
8.3
1 week ago

‘Snatchers’ Is An Unexpected Bundle of Meaning and Gore [Review]

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Accidentally getting pregnant as a teen could be a pretty surreal experience, one unexpectedly out of this world. Realizing the permanent responsibility you have for another living human being can …
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‘Braid’ Twists Itself Into A Bizarre Knot Served On A Beautiful Porcelain Plait [Review]
8.5
1 month ago

‘Braid’ Twists Itself Into A Bizarre Knot Served On A Beautiful Porcelain Plait [Review]

What is a film but an elaborate means of pretend? Each person has their role, each set poised to perfection, each story mapped out, all pulled together in an interlacing …
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Nicolas Pesce Pushes An Edgy Point Through Horror With Cinema Influence and Modern Creativity in ‘Piercing’ [Interview]
1 month ago

Nicolas Pesce Pushes An Edgy Point Through Horror With Cinema Influence and Modern Creativity in ‘Piercing’ [Interview]

Style. Inspiration. Ambition. Originality. Relevant. The requirements filmmakers must meet to please even the most amenable of horror genre fans forces stringent measures on the individual rubrics placed on them that …
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‘Piercing’ Sticks Sharp Style Into A Brilliant Portrait of Abuse and Control [Review]
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1 month ago

‘Piercing’ Sticks Sharp Style Into A Brilliant Portrait of Abuse and Control [Review]

“You have to believe that it won’t hurt” is the uncommon practice of releasing the body from pain by simply using one’s mind. Internalizing the pain without allowing your major …
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‘All The Creatures Were Stirring’ Delivers Inspired Gifts Of Humor And Horror For The Holidays [Review]
7.8
3 months ago

‘All The Creatures Were Stirring’ Delivers Inspired Gifts Of Humor And Horror For The Holidays [Review]

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Tales of the holiday season are meant to instill idyllic wonderlands filled with joy, celebration, and unity. Santa Claus and his eight magic reindeer take over the sky, gifts are …
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Director Rebekah McKendry Gets Candid on Christmas, Creatures, and Creativity [Interview]
4 months ago

Director Rebekah McKendry Gets Candid on Christmas, Creatures, and Creativity [Interview]

Christmas is that special time of the year where we’re inspired to be a little more merry, give a little more to others, and apply the reason for the season …
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‘Blue My Mind’ Director Lisa Brühlmann Discusses Body Image, Film Inspiration, and Fairy Tales [Interview]
4 months ago

‘Blue My Mind’ Director Lisa Brühlmann Discusses Body Image, Film Inspiration, and Fairy Tales [Interview]

By the time my first view of the exquisite Blue My Mind ended I had easily recognized the story’s meaning. It’s an emotional piece embarking on the traditional path of …
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‘Blue My Mind’ Blossoms Into A Terrifying Tale of Female Adolescence [Review]
8.6
4 months ago

‘Blue My Mind’ Blossoms Into A Terrifying Tale of Female Adolescence [Review]

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Themes of transformation and puberty are prominent components of of the horror genre, engaging the audiences with a subject they can relate to while introducing more sinister plot factors. Adolescence …
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‘Halloween’ Draws Out The Shape But Casts a Poor Shadow [Review]
5.5
5 months ago

‘Halloween’ Draws Out The Shape But Casts a Poor Shadow [Review]

Editors note: Minor spoilers lie ahead.

As horror fans, we know what we’re entitled to on Halloween, right? One good scare. We pride ourselves on the optimism, acceptance, and support …
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