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Creepshow Reboot is an Ode to the Modern Horror Fan [First Impression]

Ever since its first teaser dropped back in July at San Diego Comic Con, those with a love of vintage horror eagerly awaited the release of Shudder’s Creepshow. And what’s not to be excite...

MOMO

MOMO: The Missouri Monster is a Cryptid Delight Wrapped in a Unique Format [Review]

MOMO: The Missouri Monster is another title from Small Town Monsters, the production company that made Terror in the Skies. While I had a generalized critique of the presentation of indigenous populat...

Villains is a Riotous, Nasty Little Treat [Review]

Villains has one of the weirdest posters I’ve seen all year. It looks like it’s been cobbled together by someone on a very strict deadline without only a basic knowledge of the film. And y...

3 From Hell is a Mostly Unnecessary Epilogue to an Already Perfect Ending [Review]

Note: Before we dive into 3 From Hell, you should know that this review contains heavy spoilers. No matter how anyone feels about Rob Zombie or his body of work at this point, it’s undeniable that The...

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Porno (yes, that’s really its title) [Frightfest 2019 Review]

When actor Katelyn Pearce was first approached to star in the horror-comedy movie Porno, the project was simply called “untitled teen horror film.” It’s understandable, considering P...

Knives and Skin [Frightfest 2019 Review]

Knives and Skin, the fourth feature from writer-director Jennifer Reeder, features a rendition of “Kids in America” that recalls the CW’s mega-hit teen show Riverdale (though it̵...

Extracurricular [Frightfest 2019 Review]

Extracurricular opens with an all-too-familiar slasher movie setup; a happy couple rolling up to an isolated cabin in the woods for a weekend they most definitely will not survive. Sure enough, within...

Ghost Killers vs. Bloody Mary [Frightfest 2019 Review]

With a title like Ghost Killers vs Bloody Mary, it’s safe to assume we’re in for some bloody, silly carnage. And yet, this nifty little Brazilian export (original title: Exterminadores do ...

Come Said The Night

Monsters Are Closer Than They Appear in Come, Said the Night

Musician Kinky Friedman once said “A happy childhood…is the worst possible preparation for life.” One of the first things one can’t help but noticing in Andres Rovira’s Come, S...

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