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Incredible Violence

Incredible Violence is a Stunning Nightmare that is Worth Your Time [Review]

Incredible Violence is a nightmare that will put you through a hell of a ride as its storyline unfolds. The  film follows G. Patrick Condon (played by Stephen Oates of Frontier) a filmmaker who begins...

The Babysitter

The Babysitter Has Camp and Blood in Spades [Review]

Okay, first of all, let me level with you guys for a second: I love camp. While the serious stuff is what usually defines horror, there’s nothing like a good laugh. The Babysitter tries to deliv...

Not Quite Horror: Elle (2017)

Horror is evolving as a genre. Although your local multiplex is still loaded with the usual contenders, look a bit closer and you’ll find the latest drama, thriller, or crime offering is closer to hor...

Get Out

Advance Review: Get Out and See Jordan Peele’s First Movie in Theaters

Get Out marks Jordan Peele’s — known for his role in the phenomenal sketch comedy Key and Peele — feature length directorial debut. It’s shocking how well he does as he writes and directs this excelle...

First Episode Impressions: Santa Clarita Diet

When a new television show emerges from Netflix or Hulu, oftentimes there is a certain amount of risk involved when committing to it. While the show may be just fine and everything you want it to be, ...

Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey

Why Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey is Actually a Horror Movie

As hard as it is to make a good sequel to a horror movie, it’s almost impossible for a comedy. There are exceptions, like National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and Wayne’s World 2, but for the most pa...

They're Watching Movie

They’re Watching is a Fun, Gory Found Footage Feature

When it comes to reality real estate TV shows, they can be something of a time sink. The found footage film They’re Watching taps into reality TV and peppers in some comedy for good measure. The...


Review: Ghostbusters Is An Action-Packed Modern Revamp That Gets a Lot Right

1984’s Ghostbusters captured the hearts and minds of audiences the world over with an original storyline, instantly loveable characters, and a variety of unexpected twists and turns, coupled with enou...


Advance Review: R.L. Stine’s Monsterville Cabinet of Souls

A teenage mind is full of hopes and dreams and when a kid is offered a chance to fulfill their wildest desires, they can be easily manipulated. The Hall of Horrors preys on teenage vulnerability by of...

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