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Posts By Finley Ash

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Bitch [Review]
8
2 years ago

Bitch [Review]

By  •  Reviews

What would you do if your husband routinely spent 18 hour days “at the office” only to come home smelling like perfume? While traditional horror films have their own set …
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6 Underseen 2017 Horror Movies You Probably Missed
2 years ago

6 Underseen 2017 Horror Movies You Probably Missed

By  •  Lists

On the heels of a banner year for the horror genre, and with 2018 offering a lot more on the horizon, we shan’t close the books on 2017 just yet. While …
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Primal Rage [Cinepocalypse Review]
6.8
2 years ago

Primal Rage [Cinepocalypse Review]

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Not to be confused with the 90’s era ‘street fighter’ clone, or the late 80’s first draft of 28 Days Later, Primal Rage marks the directorial debut of accomplished special effects …
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Jigsaw [Review]
7
2 years ago

Jigsaw [Review]

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The Jigsaw Killer, John Kramer himself, is back! Or so say the writers of Jigsaw, the eighth entry in the epic torture-porn franchise. But questions remained. With a promising trailer in …
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Creep 2 [Review]
8.5
2 years ago

Creep 2 [Review]

Is any subset of a subgenre more maligned than the found footage sequel? That ‘here we go again’ mentality tends to kick in as viewers quickly grow disenchanted from the …
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Assholes [PUFF 2017 Review]
7.5
3 years ago

Assholes [PUFF 2017 Review]

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Billed as one of the grossest in film history, Peter Vack’s first feature length film delivers dialogue and visuals certain to make almost everyone feel uncomfortable at one point or …
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Happy Hunting [Review]
7.3
3 years ago

Happy Hunting [Review]

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Richard Connell’s The Most Dangerous Game is the gift that keeps on giving, and co-writer/directors Joe Dietsch and Lucian Gibson give viewers of Happy Hunting a beautiful, visceral look at …
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Animals [Review]
5.8
3 years ago

Animals [Review]

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Making a dark comedy might be the most difficult to pull off. Presenting darkness in a humorous way requires the filmmaker and production company to walk a delicate balance easily …
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Ghost House [Review]
6.5
3 years ago

Ghost House [Review]

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Ghost House follows Julie (Scout Taylor-Compton) and Jim (James Landry Hébert), a young American couple on a romantic vacation to Thailand. Our introduction to the leads should feel familiar to …
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