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About Mania Daniel

At the age of eight, Mania discovered her love for horror and terrifying children with scary bunny stories. Today, Mania still enjoys horror movies but prefers scaring adults instead.
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March 2020 Streaming: Horror on Shudder, Netflix, Hulu, Prime, and HBO
1 month ago

March 2020 Streaming: Horror on Shudder, Netflix, Hulu, Prime, and HBO

2020 has had a slow start for horror movies–both in the cinemas and on streaming services–but it looks like March is when the flood gates open. Several noteworthy titles are …
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5 Grimm Fairy Tale Stories That Would Make Great Horror Movies
2 months ago

5 Grimm Fairy Tale Stories That Would Make Great Horror Movies

By  •  Lists, Opinion

I might not have a “crazy first horror movie experience” story but I sure do have a crazy naptime story. Growing up I spent a lot of time at my …
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‘The Wave’ Displays Eye-Popping Visuals and Charm
7.8
3 months ago

‘The Wave’ Displays Eye-Popping Visuals and Charm

By  •  Reviews

Every so often we are given a movie that provides not only beautiful visuals and good writing but also a thought-provoking plot. At first glance, The Wave is a dark …
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New Decade, New Horror
3 months ago

New Decade, New Horror

By  •  News

As 2019 ended and brought the decade to a close, I thought it would be interesting to gather data to try to predict what to expect from horror movies in …
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Screamfest 2019: ‘We Summon the Darkness’ Unites for a Fun Time
6.5
5 months ago

Screamfest 2019: ‘We Summon the Darkness’ Unites for a Fun Time

By  •  News, Reviews

Sex, drugs, and rock and roll: the motto every teen thrives to live by, at least satanic cult teens. In We Summon the Darkness, 18 lives affiliated with satanic cults …
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Screamfest 2019: Some ‘Wounds’ Cannot Be Healed [Review]
4.3
5 months ago

Screamfest 2019: Some ‘Wounds’ Cannot Be Healed [Review]

By  •  Reviews

Babak Anvari’s Under the Shadow was one of my favorite movies of the year when it first came out. So when I found out his new feature, Wounds, would be …
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Screamfest 2019: McKee’s ‘Kindred Spirits’ Delivers Slow-Burn Psychological Thriller [Review]
6.5
6 months ago

Screamfest 2019: McKee’s ‘Kindred Spirits’ Delivers Slow-Burn Psychological Thriller [Review]

By  •  Reviews

Going into a movie as blindly as possible is my preferred way of viewing films. All I knew about the Friday night Screamfest screening of Kindred Spirits is that it’s …
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Screamfest 2019 Lineup: ‘Rabid’, ‘The Wave’, ‘We Summon the Darkness’, and More
6 months ago

Screamfest 2019 Lineup: ‘Rabid’, ‘The Wave’, ‘We Summon the Darkness’, and More

By  •  News

Many film festivals have already graced us with a wide array of selections this year, but it is now October and time for festivals to being displaying new (and hopefully) …
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‘The Wind’ is a Minimalistic Story of Isolation and Haunting Terrors [Review]
6.3
12 months ago

‘The Wind’ is a Minimalistic Story of Isolation and Haunting Terrors [Review]

By  •  Reviews

Written by Theresa Sutherland and directed by Emma Tammi, this female-centric film highlights the struggles of isolation in the unsettling frontiers of the western era. The story follows Lizzy and …
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April 2019 Streaming: Horror on Shudder, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime
1 year ago

April 2019 Streaming: Horror on Shudder, Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime

By  •  News

I never considered April to be an exciting month for genre films, but the streaming sites say otherwise. While Shudder always guarantees horror, it is Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon that …
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