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Mexico Barbaro

Mexico Barbaro is a Solid Anthology [Review]

Mexico Barbaro is an anthology with eight short films by eight different directors. The helmers include Laurette Flores Bornn, Edgar Nito, Aaron Soto, Isaac Ezban, Lex Ortega, Jorge Michel Grau, Ulise...

Body Bags

Mixed Bag: Why Body Bags is a Rough Around the Edges Anthology (That’s Still Absurdly Fun)

Despite the Scream Factory collector’s edition Blu-ray for Body Bags, it’s still easily one of the most overlooked titles John Carpenter has directed. It’s far from the classic status of Halloween or ...

Lore delivers the perfect mix of fiction and reality [Review]

Horror is one of the most ubiquitous genres when it comes to the media in which it appears. Compared to comedy, which requires a very specific timing, horror has the ability to adopt many shapes and t...

Review: The Dark North Is A Nordic Gem Featuring A Stunning Mixture Of Strange And Beautiful Work From A Variety Of Scandinavian Artists And Illustrators

Originally crowdfunded through Kickstarter in 2016, The Dark North, is a beautifully sinister anthology containing breathtaking work from five of Scandinavia’s best artists. The Dark North prese...

The Dark Horse Book of Horror Is The Horror Anthology You Need In Your Life

The Dark Horse Book of Horror is a massive collection of four, previously published horror anthologies; The Dark Horse Book of Monsters, The Dark Horse Book of Witchcraft, The Dark Horse Book of Haunt...

Tales from the Darkside

Five Unsung Anthology Movies Worth a Second Look

Anthology movies are underrated sub-genre in general. The format tends to have better luck on TV, where people can see a different story every week. The anthology movies that are beloved are held to a...

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Why V/H/S/2 Outdoes the First

Hearing about it for the first time, I was fairly certain that V/H/S was going to be an impossible movie for me not to like. One, it was bringing back the anthology, which ranks high among my favorite...

Holidays

Holidays Is A Frightfully Fun Anthology [Review]

Anthologies are big business right now, with Tales Of Halloween and A Christmas Horror Story both storming the boards last year and a hugely-anticipated Tales From The Crypt TV reboot on the way very ...

A Christmas Horror Story

A Christmas Horror Story [Frightfest 2015 Review]

With the uproariously fun Tales Of Halloween stealing the spotlight on every horror fan’s favourite holiday, it’s left to Canadian import A Christmas Horror Story (and, this coming Christm...

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