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Zombieland 2: Double Tap [Blu-ray Review]

After a decade of waiting, the sequel to the now-classic and hilarious Zombieland (2009) has been released both theatrically and on home video. In watching the follow up, this writer realized that he ...

The Siren

The Siren is an Arthouse Exploration of Grief [Review]

The Siren follows Tom (Evan Dumouchel of Doctor Sleep), a man who has lost his ability to speak by way of an unfortunate accident. While visiting a lake house, Tom encounters Al (MacLeod Andrews of Do...

The Turning is a Chilling but Confusing Take on an Iconic Story [Spoiler Free Review]

When Henry James’ novella The Turn of the Screw was published in 1898, it quickly became a staple in gothic horror that would go on to stand the test of time for its terrific prose and it’...

Feedback

In Feedback, There are No Heroes [Review]

Feedback follows Dolan Jarvis (Eddie Marsan, Ray Donovan, The World’s End) a successful late night talk show host who discusses hard hitting political topics. In the first few minutes of his show, Jar...

Demon Squad

Demon Squad is Well Worth a Watch [Review]

Demon Squad follows Nick Moon (Khristian Fulmer, The Night Shift), a paranormal private investigator and his new hired hand Daisy O’Reilly (Erin Lilley, The Night Shift). Nick quickly realizes that th...

The Night is Ruined in the Last 15 Minutes [Review]

Everything goes wrong in the California set, Iranian horror film The Night because Babak (Shahab Hosseini) wants to sleep in his own bed. After a night of partying with his brother, he insists that hi...

Color Out of Space

Color Out of Space is the Adaptation Arkham Deserves

It is The Color Out of Space which H.P. Lovecraft regarded as his favorite among his tales. That’s high praise from an author known for being overly critical of his work. Enter director Richard ...

Fanny Valette, Johan, Libereau, Raphael Lenglet, and Nicolas Giraud as Chloe, Loic, Guillaume, and Fred in Abel Ferry's High Lane.

High Lane Strikes the Perfect Blend of Horror and Suspense [Retrospective]

Abel Ferry’s High Lane is a French language film that – like most foreign language films – should be watched with subtitles, rather than the opting for the dubbed version. I bring this up becaus...

Justin Long in The Wave

Justin Long is Reliably Great in The Wave [Review]

Justin Long should do more horror movies. His brand of schlubby, down-on-his-luck nerd lends itself incredibly well to situations of escalating tension and terror, all the way back to Jeepers Creepers...

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