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‘Beneath Us’ Is A Shovel Full Of Blood-Soaked Truth
5
1 month ago

‘Beneath Us’ Is A Shovel Full Of Blood-Soaked Truth

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A white couple builds their fortune by flipping houses on the backs of immigrants…literally! And if that sounds like a spoiler, it’s not. Beneath Us is a movie that wears its message …
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‘Blood On Her Name’ is White Knuckled and Red Handed
8
1 month ago

‘Blood On Her Name’ is White Knuckled and Red Handed

A rural mechanic shop and its owner are caught up in a whirlwind of blood and trouble. There’s a body on her floor and, as the title suggests, there’s blood …
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The Barn [Review]
5.8
3 years ago

The Barn [Review]

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The Barn, written and directed by Justin M. Seaman, is a throwback to the supernatural slashers of the 80s and is presented as if it is actually one of them. …
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SiREN [Review]
4.3
3 years ago

SiREN [Review]

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SiREN is the new feature-length movie based on David Bruckner’s Amateur Night segment from the first V/H/S anthology. Bruckner serves as executive producer and 2nd unit director here, but he …
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Trash Fire [KHFF Review]
8
3 years ago

Trash Fire [KHFF Review]

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Trash Fire was the first feature film to screen at the Knoxville Horror Film Fest this past weekend and was among my most anticipated of the line-up. Serving as an …
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Everlasting [Review]
7.8
4 years ago

Everlasting [Review]

 

When you think of squalid underworlds where the innocent go to lose all sense of themselves, there are a couple of places that jump to mind.

One of those …
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Martyrs (2016) [Review]
7.3
4 years ago

Martyrs (2016) [Review]

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Editor’s Note: The Martyrs remake seems to me aimed at an audience that knows nothing of the now classic French film. To give this version the fairest possible review, …
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Body [Review]
7
4 years ago

Body [Review]

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Body is the feature film debut of filmmakers Dan Berk and Robert Olsen. It follows a trio of young women who decide to move their boring “girl’s night” to a …
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Honeyspider [Review]
4.8
5 years ago

Honeyspider [Review]

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Honeyspider is a new film from director Josh Hasty and screenwriter Kenny Capteron. It follows a young woman on her 21st birthday, which happens to fall on Halloween. There’s talk …
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A Look at ‘The Strangers Part 2’ Script That Never Was
5 years ago

A Look at ‘The Strangers Part 2’ Script That Never Was

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If you recall at the beginning of this year, the long awaited sequel to the 2008 sleeper hit, The Strangers was announced to finally be moving forward in production. I …
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