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‘Level 16’ Offers Up Dystopian Horrors and Plenty of Food for Thought [Review]
8
5 months ago

‘Level 16’ Offers Up Dystopian Horrors and Plenty of Food for Thought [Review]

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“Obedience. Cleanliness. Patience. Humility. No questions, and no complaining.”

Level 16 opens in a drab, nondescript building. A legend painted on the wall denotes this as being Level 10. Groups …
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Inside (2016) [Review]
5.3
2 years ago

Inside (2016) [Review]

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INSIDE, the 2016 remake of the 2007 French horror film from Alexandre Bustillo Julien Maury (Among the Living, Leatherface), finally gets a release in the early weeks of 2018. You’ll …
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Temple [Review]
1.3
2 years ago

Temple [Review]

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Full disclosure: I was not that interested in watching Temple until I saw that screenwriter Simon Barrett (A Horrible Way To Die, V/H/S, You’re Next, The Guest) was attached. Then …
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A Beginner’s Guide to Snuff  [Review]
2.3
2 years ago

A Beginner’s Guide to Snuff [Review]

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If you’ve been wondering what directing duo The Butcher Brothers (Mitchell Altieri and Phil Flores) have been up to for the last few years, you’re not alone. Known for vampire …
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Devil in the Dark [Review]
6
2 years ago

Devil in the Dark [Review]

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Devil in the Dark, directed by Tim Brown (The Cradle), tells the story of two estranged brothers who reunite years after the death of their father to go on a …
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We Go On [Review]
9.5
2 years ago

We Go On [Review]

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Writer/director duo Jesse Holland and Andy Mitton first appeared on the indie horror horizon in 2010 with their 2010 quasi-found footage film Yellowbrickroad. Since then, the pair has contributed a …
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Unearthed and Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary [Review]
7.3
3 years ago

Unearthed and Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary [Review]

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Unearthed and Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary is a documentary about the making of the classic Mary Lambert/Stephen King film. It was co-written and directed by John Campopiano and …
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Films of the New French Extremity: Visceral Horror and National Identity [Book Review]
9
3 years ago

Films of the New French Extremity: Visceral Horror and National Identity [Book Review]

Don’t let the long title of this book fool you: it’s an exceptionally accessible study of a subgenre of horror films that have never received their rightful recognition in the …
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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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