Posts Tagged ‘Horror’
 
 
 
 
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31 Days Of Horror: “Satanic” Was Better Left On the Shelf

Have you ever watched a movie and asked yourself, “How the hell did this get made?” That’s the exact question I found myself muttering throughout the entire viewing of “Satanic”. It should have bee...
 
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31 Days Of Horror: “Friend Request” Sheds the Stereotypes Of the Social Media Horror Films

From the description of “Friend Request” (a college girl finds her friends getting killed off by a demonic presence when she ends up deleting a girl she barely knows on Facebook) this is a movie I should not have li...
 
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Review: “Blair Witch” Feels Too Much Like the Original

I had a friend the other night that was telling me he loved horror movies, but there’s just not a lot of good ones out there that he’s seen lately. This sent me into a ten minute speech where I listed as many titles...
 
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Review: “The Neon Demon” Is Original and Beautiful; But That May Not Be Enough

Nicolas Winding Refn consistently gives us films that are beautiful to look at, slower in pace, and go so far against the conventional that you can’t help but respect them. This does not always mean that you will love eve...
 
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Review: “The Mind’s Eye” is a fun as hell throwback to the sci-fi/horror films of the 80s!

A lot of the best movies to come out of the indie horror scene, over the last few years, have been fun homages, to the sci-fi/horror films of the 80s. One of my absolute favorite films last year, “Turbo Kid”, was a ...
 
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Throwback Thursday Review: Behind the Mask – The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006)

A magician never reveals his secrets. Everyone knows this. If anyone finds out how these illusions are done, it ruins everything magicians have worked for; it brings down the curtain and ruins the surprise.  The same is true fo...
 
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Netflix Recommendation: ‘Let Us Prey’

Set in a small town, ‘Let Us Prey’ is the story of one man’s journey to make wrongdoers pay for their sins, and how everyone’s past will catch up to them sooner-or-later. Never getting into the territory...
 
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Review: ‘The Editor’ Is Over the Top Fun

From the opening scene, ‘The Editor’ lets you know what type of movie it is: an over-the-top horror-comedy that has no qualms with gratuitous violence, sex, and the use of over-dubbing. In other words, it’s so...
 
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Review: “The Purge: Election Year” Is Proof the Idea Has Run Its Course

When James DeMonaco’s first Purge movie came to a theater near me I was genuinely excited to go see it. From the trailer, the film looked to have a promising premise and creepy visuals that would at the very least enterta...
 
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Review: “Baskin” Isn’t For Everybody, But Will No Doubt Be Considered A Classic

When a group of cops get a distress call, they journey to an abandoned Police building to help out any survivors. Once inside, they realize that they’ve entered into the mouth of Hell and turning back is no longer an opti...
 
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