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31 Days Of Horror: “It Stains the Sands Red”

You gotta give credit, where credit is due. Colin Minihan and Stuart Ortiz (AKA The Vicious Brothers) accomplished something that is very difficult to pull off. They made a zombie movie that stands out, among the thousands that...
 
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31 Days Of Horror: “Grave Encounters”

Found footage… the most overdone, played out, almost-guaranteed-to-suck sub-genre in horror. What started as a pretty brilliant idea, has become something that nearly all fans of horror roll their eyes at. But, even in 20...
 
6.5
 
 
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31 Days Of Horror: “Dead Awake”

Sleep paralysis is a terrifying experience. Myself, and quite a few people I know, have experienced it one or more times and the stories are always the same. You wake up, but you can’t move. It feels like there is a heavy...
 
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31 Days Of Horror: “It”

And so it begins. The wonderful month where we watch nothing but horror movies to review. The Oregon weather changes from sunny and warm to windy, rainy, and dark. The day’s light disappears much earlier, casting shadows ...
 
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“Kuso” Is A Watch-If-You-Dare Experience

  Demented, grotesque, psychotic, and assaulting. Those are all words I would use to describe Steve Ellison’s (Flying Lotus) experimental, anti-art film “Kuso”. Through a series of nightmarish vignettes, ...
 
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“Lake Bodom” Tackles A True-Crime Story With A Gruesome Tale Of Its Own

p Campground slashers are one of the more common horror sub-genre films. They have been done every way imaginable, and continue to produce mixed results for horror fans. For every Sleepaway camp there are a dozen Blair Witch Pr...
 
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“Body” Is A Thriller That’s Worth It’s Weight In Corpses

If you are a fan of indie film, you’ve probably noticed that most of your favorite films come from a small handful of production studios. A24 has been dominating the indie scene for the last few years, with an abundance o...
 
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“Raw” Is A Beautifully Crafted, Violent Debut From Julia Ducournau

    Justine and Alexia (Garance Marillier and Ella Rumpf) are sisters that come from a strictly vegetarian family; in the first scene of the film we see Justine getting food in a cafeteria with her parents and a piece...
 
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‘The Evil Within’ Is the Best/Worst Horror Movie Ever Made

The story behind ‘The Evil Within’ and how it got made is definitely more interesting than the film itself. A passion project for its writer and director, Andrew Getty, that took fifteen years to make, cost somewher...
 
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“The Alchemist Cookbook” Is Funny, Unsettling, And Strangely Brilliant

Deep in the woods, Sean (Ty Hickson) lives an isolated existence in a ramshackle trailer. Recusing himself from society, Sean lives on a diet of Doritos and Gatorade and spends his days, with his cat Casper, conducting strange,...
 
7.0