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Demons

Demons is an Incoherent Yet Brilliant Film [Retrospective]

Demons unfolds at a movie theater that is screening a sneak preview of a horror film. As the events of the film occur onscreen, similar happenings are carried out in the audience. The theater patrons ...

Cemetery Man

Cemetery Man: The Lost Art of Stream of Conscious Horror

In Cemetery Man (aka Dellamorte Dellamore) Rupert Everett stars as Francisco Dellamorte, caretaker of a graveyard with the ultimate catch: the dead buried in the cemetery come back. Every single one o...

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Cassie’s Top 5 Horror Movies of 2016

Like anyone who’s obsessed with horror, my indulgence in the genre has led to high expectations and constant comparisons. That said, I thought 2016 was a pretty great year for horror, with lots of cre...

Battle Royale

The Anger Games: Why Battle Royale is Still Relevant Today

The Japanese film Battle Royale, based on the book by Koushun Takami, is about a freshman class that is taken on a ‘school trip’ where they are drugged and taken to a deserted island where...

American Mary - Angry Planet - Revenge Movies From Around the World

Angry Planet: Great Revenge Horror Movies from Around the World

Rape/revenge is one of the trickiest sub-genres in horror. Revenge in general is a difficult motivator for the duration of a feature-length narrative. Many people have huge criticisms of the genre, an...

Diabolique

Horror in Black and White: Diabolique (1955)

Horror movies come in all shapes, sizes, and even colors. As we all eagerly anticipate the next new thing coming in genre film, it’s important that we not forget where it all started. In this se...

The Descent

Why The Descent Still Scares Us Over Ten Years Later

In 2001, Scottish director Neil Marshall released Dog Soldiers, a much needed film that breathed fresh life into the werewolf sub-genre. While it had its U.S. premiere on the Sci-Fi (now SyFy) Channel...

Attack on Titan Film

Review: Attack on Titan

Based on the incredibly popular manga and anime of the same name, Attack on Titan (Shingeki no Kyojin) is a bit of a strange beast. Set in post-apocalyptic Earth, the remainder of humanity resides in ...

Review: When Animals Dream Blends Horror and Fantasy with Amazing Results

When Animals Dream is the debut film of director Jonas Alexander Arnby. This is one of the best additions to the werewolf subgenre that I have seen and I was completely blown away by the its genius. T...

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