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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...

MA

MA is an Unfortunate Exercise in Mediocrity [Blu-ray Review]

MA follows a group of teenage friends who recklessly make a series of poor decisions in rapid succession, never stopping to ask themselves if the unhinged woman buying them booze and allowing them to ...

IT Chapter Two is a Frightening, Funny, and Surprisingly Moving Return to Derry [Review]

Back in 2017, IT shocked horror audiences by being, well, pretty bloody great. The kids were cute rather than annoying, Bill  Skarsgård put a terrifying new spin on a character already made iconic by ...

Darlin'

Darlin’ Goes For the Throat [Blu-Ray Review]

Writer-director-star Pollyanna McIntosh’s blunt – and yet multi-edged – object of a film is a guttural, and delightfully weird follow-up to Lucky McKee’s The Woman. Darlin’ is an unruly kid sibl...

Clownado is an Unnatural Disaster [Review]

It isn’t the only clown horror hitting this week, but Part II is almost assuredly going to be the better one. Clownado comes to video on demand 9/3 and DVD 9/17. It tells the story of Ron (John O’Hara...

Satanic Panic [Frightfest 2019 Review]

Satanic Panic is a movie made up of so many disparate elements that it shouldn’t work nearly as well as it does. And yet, I completely, 100 percent loved it from beginning to end. Introduced at ...

The masked killer (Lee Main) in Jack Messitt's 2008 slasher Midnight Movie.

Midnight Movie is Tragically Flawed [Retrospective]

Midnight Movie follows the employees and patrons of a rundown theater on the night the cinema is screening Ted Radford’s The Dark Beneath. Though it was never a major hit, The Dark Beneath is the sour...

Rob Zombie’s Halloween II is Way Better Than You Remember

I always have a problem trying to understand the automatic resistance so often accompanying a remake. Let alone a follow-up to a remake such as Rob Zombie’s Halloween II (which is celebrating th...

killers anonymous

Killers Anonymous is a Mess that Has Little Direction [Review]

Killers Anonymous takes place in a sinister world where self-described killers interact and socialize with each other in a support group known as Killers Anonymous. During the film, the maniacs are me...

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