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Cell - Stephen King

Advance Blu-ray Review: Cell (2016)

I think the weirdest thing about Cell happening now as a feature film is that it doesn’t feel half as outdated as I expected it to. While the central conceit of cell phones has obviously only gotten b...

High Rise Poster

Blu-Ray Review – High-Rise

Welcome to the newest, most posh high-rise in London. It’s forty stories tall and has all the latest technology and amenities a tenant could want–a gym, a pool, a spa, even a market. Young...

Poster for Eli Roth's Clown.

Blu-Ray Review: Clown is Both Bold and Heartfelt

In Clown, a young father dons an old clown suit when the performer scheduled for his son’s birthday party backs out at the last minute. Everything seems to be going well at first, but when he tries to...

gory movies Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1974 - Beyond the Valley of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Off the Grid: Seven Backwoods Texas Chainsaw Ripoffs That Hold Up

Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre is a fiercely original film that remains one of the best horror movies ever made to this day. It was not the first isolated horror of the 1970s, but it set t...

Curse of Frankenstein 1957

How Curse of Frankenstein Did Re-Animator Before Re-Animator

Curse of Frankenstein is one of my favorite Frankenstein adaptation, but I’ll also admit that it’s one of the weirdest, aside from maybe the sci-fi exploits of Frankenstein Unbound. The story is one t...

Back to the ’80s: Body Double

Welcome to Back to the ’80s. This recurring feature aims to take a look at the good, the bad, and the ugly from horror’s most beloved decade. Regardless of which category a particular film falls under...

Friday the 13th Part III

How Friday the 13th Part III Was Almost Ruined by Its Own Gimmick

Friday the 13th Part III is one of the most beloved entries in the series canon. It’s an incredibly important feature to the overall franchise, as it is the movie where Jason Voorhees finds his hockey...

Lake Nowhere

Lake Nowhere Is A Fun, If Slight Homage To The Classic Slasher [Review]

For many of us who have loved slashers for most of our lives, the idea of a ‘retro slasher’ these days is kind of dread-inducing. After all, when was the last truly great, modern slasher? ...

ghostface killer with his killing tool from the successful franchise scream by wes craven.

Nine Lackluster Blu-ray Releases That Deserve an Upgrade

We’re living in a great time for horror movie collecting. Blu-ray is the ideal format to bring our favorite films to life in glorious HD. Gorgeous, pristine picture packed with as much as we could eve...

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