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About Meagan Navarro

Became a lifelong horror fan upon discovery of the horror section at the local video store, at age 4. My parents hoped I'd grow out of my obsession, but I still want membership to the Monster Squad.
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10 Fantastic Fest Films to Look For
3 years ago

10 Fantastic Fest Films to Look For

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Another year of the largest genre film festival in the U.S., appropriately known as Fantastic Fest, has drawn to a close. Eight days of programming that specializes in horror, fantasy, …
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Horror Short ‘Where Is It’ Delivers Halloween Treat
3 years ago

Horror Short ‘Where Is It’ Delivers Halloween Treat

This past week at Fantastic Fest, one of the most pleasant surprises was a horror short that played in conjunction with screenings of Haunters: The Art of the Scare. The …
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Victor Crowley [Review]
7.5
3 years ago

Victor Crowley [Review]

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Last month, Dark Sky Films and Adam Green surprised audiences who gathered for the 10th Anniversary Celebration of Hatchet with new sequel Victor Crowley, shot and kept under wraps for …
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Haunters: The Art of the Scare [FF 2017 Review]
8
3 years ago

Haunters: The Art of the Scare [FF 2017 Review]

By  •  Reviews

It’s October, the best time of the entire year, where the whole month is dedicated to Halloween happenings. One of the most popular things to do during October is visiting …
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Hagazussa: A Heathen’s Curse [FF 2017 Review]
6.5
3 years ago

Hagazussa: A Heathen’s Curse [FF 2017 Review]

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Set in the 15th century Austrian Alps, the debut feature by Lukas Feigelfeld, a graduate film no less, is a stark examination on paranoia and superstition surrounding the Paganism and …
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The Killing of a Sacred Deer [FF 2017 Review]
7.8
3 years ago

The Killing of a Sacred Deer [FF 2017 Review]

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Yorgos Lanthimos’ chilling and absurd horror mystery is deeply entrenched in Greek tragedy and metaphor. Combine this with the director’s unique cadence, and you have a strange film guaranteed to …
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Mom and Dad [FF 2017 Review]
6.8
3 years ago

Mom and Dad [FF 2017 Review]

By  •  Reviews

Often, parenting in film is displayed as a warm embrace of eternal and unconditional love for children. Brian Taylor’s reality check offers the flipside; not only can children be unappreciative …
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Gerald’s Game [FF 2017 Review]
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3 years ago

Gerald’s Game [FF 2017 Review]

Leave it to Mike Flanagan, a new master in horror with a proven knack for intricately woven horror narratives, to adapt a Stephen King novel once highly considered unfilmable due …
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Applecart [FF 2017 Review]
5.5
3 years ago

Applecart [FF 2017 Review]

By  •  Reviews

On paper, co-writer/director Brad Baruh’s debut sounds like the perfect recipe for a fun midnight feature. A cold open set in 1961 shows a couple making out in the woods, …
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1922 [FF 2017 Review]
6.8
3 years ago

1922 [FF 2017 Review]

By  •  Reviews

There’s no question this is the year of Stephen King. Two theatrical releases, multiple television series, and two new adaptations coming to Netflix soon indicate the fervor for the prolific …
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