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Exclusive: ‘No Better Lot’ teases a surreal noir ahead of series premiere
1 week ago

Exclusive: ‘No Better Lot’ teases a surreal noir ahead of series premiere

We’re always on the hunt for new and exciting works of horror, so when Christian Gridelli and Hunter Norris of DimeStore Films approached us with their new episodic podcast, No …
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‘Disappearance At Clifton Hill’ Is A Disjointed Dive Into The Laws Of Diminishing Returns
5.8
8 months ago

‘Disappearance At Clifton Hill’ Is A Disjointed Dive Into The Laws Of Diminishing Returns

Premiering at TIFF, Disappearance at Clifton Hill is a 2019 Canadian thriller film by Albert Shin. IFC Midnight will be releasing the film domestically in the U.S. towards the end …
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Nicolas Pesce Pushes An Edgy Point Through Horror With Cinema Influence and Modern Creativity in ‘Piercing’ [Interview]
2 years 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]
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2 years 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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Everlasting [Review]
7.8
5 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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