Thriller
 
 
 
 
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Review: “Come and Find Me” Is a Smart, Satisfying Thriller

  So, let’s say you meet someone. Eventually that someone becomes THAT someone, as you fall in love and move in together. Then… one day… they disappear without a trace, leaving you to wonder what happened...
 
6.8
 
 
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Review: The Netflix Original “Mercy” Has None On the Viewer

My fiancee and I have a rule in our house where every movie we start that we’re not entirely sure about we give the “ten minute test”. If it doesn’t catch our attention in the first ten minutes, or if it...
 
5.0
 
 
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Review: “Somnus” Falls Short of Being an Epic, Sci-fi Thriller

  “In the far reaches of our galaxy, a cargo vessel crash lands on an asteroid colonized by forgotten inhabitants with a dark past”. This was the intriguing description of “Somnus” at Amazon Video, ...
 
3.5

 
 
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Review: “The Monster” Features Two Wonderful Performances, But Feels a Little Too Familiar

  Horror audiences will quickly recognize the metaphorical horror, in Bryan Bertino’s new creature feature “The Monster”. The manifestation of emotional pain into something deadly and horrific has been do...
 
6.5
 
 
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31 Days of Horror: “She Was So Pretty”

  I am a firm believer in the thought that, when reviewing a movie, the budget that the creative team had to work with should always be taken into account. I have been extremely impressed, with a handful of indie horror fi...
 
5.8
 
 
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31 Days of Horror: “Deadly Blessing” (1981)

  After the successes of “Last House on the Left” (1972) and “The Hills Have Eyes” (1977), it was clear that Wes Craven was on his way to becoming a maestro of the horror genre. In 1982, he would be...
 
5.0

 
 
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31 days of Horror: “Phenomena” (1985)

  What would an October of movie watching be, without Dario Argento? Not as insane, I can tell you that. Love them or hate them, his films are undeniably, straight up crazy.  While I don’t love all of his films (actu...
 
7.0
 
 
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31 Days of Horror: “Event Horizon” (1997)

  Growing up, my two favorite movie genres were horror and science-fiction, and I am happy to report that this has not changed. Producing a motion picture that can effectively combine the best of both worlds can be a trick...
 
7.0
 
 
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31 Days of Horror: “Lawnmower Man” (1992)

Computer-Generated Imagery (CGI) is a powerful tool that moviemakers have been wielding for quite some time now, and It has come a long way since its humble beginnings back in the early 1980’s. From “Tron,” to...
 
4.8

 
 
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31 Days of Horror: “Lights Out”

  Yep… It’s another paranormal horror movie. We horror fans have seen no shortage of the sub genre, over the last few years. There have been both highs (The Babadook) and lows (Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Di...
 
6.3