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Rock, Paper, Scissors Loses Game with Psycho Sequel

Tom Holland has certainly proven himself a great director in the eyes of horror fans. One only has to reference Fright Night (1985) or Child’s Play (1988) to back up that claim. As a writer, his skill...

They're Inside

They’re Inside is a Survival, Stalker Thriller That Got in its Own Way [Review]

They’re Inside is a survival thriller that follows sisters Robin (Karli Hall of Being Charlie and The Hollow Point) and Cody (Amanda Kathleen Ward of Fate and Nocturne) who reunite in a cabin to work ...

The Hellboy Reboot Exudes Energy [Blu-ray Review]

In the first scene in Hellboy featuring the eponymous character, he fights a vampire luchador in a wrestling ring. If that sounds like your s***, than you’re going to love the newest iteration of Hell...

She's Just a Shadow

She’s Just a Shadow Offers Something for Everyone [Review]

Bored and in desperate need of something to watch? In need of a new, exciting flick to feast your eyes upon? Well, the answer to your sorrows might be found in Adam Sherman’s upcoming thriller, S...

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Pet Sematary (2019) Fails to Live Up to or Outdo the Original [Review]

Pet Sematary (2019) sees Rachel (Amy Seimetz) and Louis Creed (Jason Clarke) pack up their children (Jeté Laurence and Hugo Lavoie) and their belongings to make the move from the bustling metropolis o...

Over the Garden Wall: Hollow Town

Strange Things Are Afoot in Over the Garden Wall: Hollow Town

Let me start this off with a declaration: If you have not seen Over the Garden Wall, you need to stop what you’re doing and watch it. Immediately. Debuting in 2014, Over the Garden Wall aired on...

Stranger Things 3 Appeals to the Nerd in Us All

Season Three of Netflix’s Stranger Things continues on the tradition of being a well-paced thriller pulling at those nostalgic heartstrings. After hitting familiar beats almost threatening to become r...

Midsommar is a Horrifying, Endurance Test of a Movie [Review]

Ari Aster’s debut feature, Hereditary, was not an easy watch. Relentlessly depressing and shockingly gory, it was the kind of movie that beats you into submission. The kind of movie you have to ...

Horrifying Visions, Betrayal and Familiar Faces in Stranger Things: SIX #2

Y’all. Y’all! Things are really heating up in the new issue of Stranger Things: SIX. Just when I thought I couldn’t love this sinister prequel anymore we get a delightfully weird tri...

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