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‘The Night Will Find Us’ Is A Teen Horror with an Adult Bite
3 months ago

‘The Night Will Find Us’ Is A Teen Horror with an Adult Bite

Everyone had a favorite horror author. I have about four or five author’s who work I don’t even read the back of before buying their novels because I’ve grown to …
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[Sitges 2020] ‘The Old Ways’ brings something new to folk horror
7.3
3 months 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
6.3
3 months 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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‘Dead Dicks’ offers long, hard look at grief, depression, loss, and genitalia
7.3
4 months ago

‘Dead Dicks’ offers long, hard look at grief, depression, loss, and genitalia

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* If you’re contemplating suicide or self harm, please call 1-800-273-8255 in the United States. In Canada, please call Crisis Services at 1-833-456-4566 or visit Suicide.org to find help in …
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‘Z’ is the last imaginary friend you want your child to have
6.8
5 months ago

‘Z’ is the last imaginary friend you want your child to have

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Brandon Christensen’s sophomore effort, simply titled Z, doubles down on parental nightmares. His first film, Still/Born, dealt with the horrors of postpartum depression and grief. Now he turns his attention to …
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[Fantasia 2020] ‘The Oak Room’ is Unlike Anything Else You’ll See This Year
7.5
5 months ago

[Fantasia 2020] ‘The Oak Room’ is Unlike Anything Else You’ll See This Year

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I’m the kind of guy that appreciates a good storyteller—someone that understands how to work a room and how to extend the boundaries of the truth just enough for the …
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‘Useless Humans’ Hilariously Highlights The Horror Of Millennial Futility
6.5
6 months ago

‘Useless Humans’ Hilariously Highlights The Horror Of Millennial Futility

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Lifelong friends with high aspirations reunite after 10 years for their best friend’s 30th birthday, only to find themselves on the front lines of a mysterious alien invasion. Relationships are …
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‘Scare Package’ is the Slimy, Bloody, Feel-Good Horror Anthology We All Need Right Now
7.3
7 months ago

‘Scare Package’ is the Slimy, Bloody, Feel-Good Horror Anthology We All Need Right Now

I first heard rumblings of Scare Package during a conversation at the Chattanooga Film Festival nearly 3 years ago. At the time, filmmaker Chris McInroy was touring We Summoned A …
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‘The Beach House’ Modernizes the Very Best of Classic Horror/Sci-Fi
7.8
8 months ago

‘The Beach House’ Modernizes the Very Best of Classic Horror/Sci-Fi

Movies like The Beach House don’t come along often. That’s not to say that horror/sci-fi mashups are uncommon—quite the contrary, but it’s rare to find one that delivers such large-scale …
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Final Girls Ep 170: The Social Experiments ‘The Platform’ & ‘Cube’
10 months ago

Final Girls Ep 170: The Social Experiments ‘The Platform’ & ‘Cube’

Hey there Lovelies and welcome back for the 170th episode of Final Girls Horrorcast! On this episode The Girls are chatting about ‘The Platform’ (streaming on Netflix) and Cube (streaming …
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