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Death, Dying, and Other Things Episode 55: A Rusty Blade
5 months ago

Death, Dying, and Other Things Episode 55: A Rusty Blade

What’s up! Justyn comin’ atcha with another episode of Death, Dying, and Other Things.

This month, I’ve got something squishy for ya.

A story about something found on the lakebed. In …
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Final Girls Ep 214: ‘They Reach’ and ‘Synchronic’
5 months ago

Final Girls Ep 214: ‘They Reach’ and ‘Synchronic’

Hey there Lovelies and welcome back for the 214th episode of Final Girls Horrorcast! On this episode The Girls are discussing ‘They Reach’ (streaming on Prime Video, TubiTV, & Vudu) …
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‘The Forever Purge’ trailer continues the endless pursuit of low-hanging fruit
5 months ago

‘The Forever Purge’ trailer continues the endless pursuit of low-hanging fruit

Short of the most recent offering, I’ve been a pretty big fan of The Purge films. The United States has a clear history of systemic injustice, and James DeMonaco’s franchise …
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Final Girls Ep 213: ‘Misery’ & ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’
5 months ago

Final Girls Ep 213: ‘Misery’ & ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’

Hey there Lovelies and welcome back for the 213th episode of Final Girls Horrorcast! This week The Girls discuss 2 films that the Wheel of Terrors selected for them – …
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‘District 9’ and ‘Elysium’ director steps into horror with ‘Demonic’
6 months ago

‘District 9’ and ‘Elysium’ director steps into horror with ‘Demonic’

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In 2020, director Neill Blomkamp (District 9, Elysium) began shooting a secret horror film known only as Demonic. We are finally seeing the first images of this mysterious project and …
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Final Girls Ep 212: ‘Tigers Are Not Afraid’ and ‘The Dead Zone’
6 months ago

Final Girls Ep 212: ‘Tigers Are Not Afraid’ and ‘The Dead Zone’

Hey there Lovelies and welcome back for the 212th episode of Final Girls Horrorcast! On this episode The Girls are discussing ‘Tigers Are Not Afraid’ (streaming on Shudder) and ’The …
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‘Duncan’ is a right-wing road trip full of absurd comedy and conspiracy [Panic Fest 2021]
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6 months ago

‘Duncan’ is a right-wing road trip full of absurd comedy and conspiracy [Panic Fest 2021]

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For a movie about lizard people and pizza shop conspiracies, there’s a surprising amount of truth that can be found in John Valley’s far-right spoof, Duncan. Named after the film’s would-be protagonist, …
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‘The Stylist’ gives horror a grisly new serial killer to love and fear [Panic Fest 2021]
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6 months ago

‘The Stylist’ gives horror a grisly new serial killer to love and fear [Panic Fest 2021]

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Not all short films can be improved upon by expansion in to feature length–The Stylist is proof that some, undeniably, can. Director Jill Gevargizian debuted her short film of the …
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[Sitges 2020] ‘The Old Ways’ brings something new to folk horror
7.3
1 year ago

[Sitges 2020] ‘The Old Ways’ brings something new to folk horror

“The old ways die with her. We have no more moves left…”

In the tropical forests of Veracruz, Mexico, there is a place that blends natural beauty with unnatural and …
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‘Never Hike in the Snow’ is a bigger, bloodier ‘Friday the 13th’ fan film
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1 year ago

‘Never Hike in the Snow’ is a bigger, bloodier ‘Friday the 13th’ fan film

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Womp Stomp Films’ Never Hike Alone redefined what a fan film can be. After racking up nearly 2 million views on YouTube, premiering at one of the most beloved film …
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[Nightstream 2020] ‘Reunion’ Blends Family Drama and Haunted House Horror
7.5
1 year ago

[Nightstream 2020] ‘Reunion’ Blends Family Drama and Haunted House Horror

Jake Mahaffy is leaning into a handful of horror tropes with Reunion.

There’s a young woman in distress. There’s a family that was fractured by a tragic event …
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[Nightstream 2020] ‘Rose Plays Julie’ is haunting but comes up short
5.8
1 year ago

[Nightstream 2020] ‘Rose Plays Julie’ is haunting but comes up short

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Haunting and atmospheric, Rose Plays Julie slowly pulls us through the journey of a young woman as she seeks out her birth parents and comes to terms with being adopted. …
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[Nightstream 2020] ‘Bloody Hell’ is a clever blood-soaked black comedy
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1 year ago

[Nightstream 2020] ‘Bloody Hell’ is a clever blood-soaked black comedy

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Like The Wizard of Oz going from sepia to technicolor Bloody Hell shifts from a bright fast paced heist movie to a dark and dirty kidnap and torture flick. As …
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Beyond ‘The Pale Door’ lies a bloody standoff of witches vs outlaws
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1 year ago

Beyond ‘The Pale Door’ lies a bloody standoff of witches vs outlaws

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The outlaw “Dalton gang” gets more than they bargained for when they try to rob a train in this subversive horror western mash-up. Aaron B. Koontz (Camera ObscuraScare Package) shepherds …
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‘Archons’ is a drug-fueled Lovecraftian nightmare worthy of multiple viewings
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1 year ago

‘Archons’ is a drug-fueled Lovecraftian nightmare worthy of multiple viewings

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Writer/director Nick Szostakiwskyj officially became “one to watch” after exploding onto the scene with 2016’s Black Mountain Side–and that’s not always the easiest position to be in. After all, …
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‘Death of Me’ is reminiscent of classic folk-horror, while not living up to its antecedents
4.3
1 year ago

‘Death of Me’ is reminiscent of classic folk-horror, while not living up to its antecedents

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Director Darren Lynn Bousman’s latest, Death of Me, has at its heart a solid concept: take The Wicker Man, set it on an island off the coast of Thailand, add …
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