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‘Candy Corn’ Brings Fun For All With Freaks, Nostalgia, And Scary Treats [Review]
9.3
7 hours ago

‘Candy Corn’ Brings Fun For All With Freaks, Nostalgia, And Scary Treats [Review]

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“Trick or Treat” is a menacing threat when you think about it. The Halloween ultimatum seems silly, the initial verse of a childish rhyme conjuring an evening of pumpkins, costumes, …
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‘Freaks’ Exposes Social Stigmas With Special Abilities and Few Flaws [Review]
8
3 weeks ago

‘Freaks’ Exposes Social Stigmas With Special Abilities and Few Flaws [Review]

Freak. It’s a strange word, adaptable to the context in which it is used. Some take it as an offensive term while others find it to be a label of …
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Popcorn Frights 2019: ‘Z’ Creates A Uniquely Terrifying Bond With The Imaginary Friend Formula [Review]
8.5
1 month ago

Popcorn Frights 2019: ‘Z’ Creates A Uniquely Terrifying Bond With The Imaginary Friend Formula [Review]

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When it comes to the formula of disturbed child films of the horror genre, the moving parts are not always the most inventive. So many filmmakers have been discouraged to …
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‘Pet Sematary’ Proves Sometimes Dread is Better [Review]
7.5
5 months ago

‘Pet Sematary’ Proves Sometimes Dread is Better [Review]

Pet Sematary is a 2019 supernatural horror film directed by Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer (2014’s Starry Eyes), based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King. Mary Lambert …
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‘Braid’ Twists Itself Into A Bizarre Knot Served On A Beautiful Porcelain Plait [Review]
8.5
7 months 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]
7 months 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]
9
7 months 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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Lavender [Review]
6.8
3 years ago

Lavender [Review]

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Dark, repressed childhood memories come to surface in director Ed Gass-Donnelly’s (The Last Exorcism Part II) latest drama-thriller Lavender.

Our story follows Jane (Abbie Cornish), a semi-professional photographer with a …
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Emelie [Review]
7.3
3 years ago

Emelie [Review]

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Since the dawn of the horror genre, there’s been one particular storyline that has gone hand-in-hand with the field. Of course, I’m talking about babysitters here. It’s an often-told story where a …
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Stomping Ground [Review]
7.5
4 years ago

Stomping Ground [Review]

Sometimes love makes you do crazy things. It can take you outside of your comfort zone and make you do things you wouldn’t normally do – like go on a …
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