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Cheerleader Camp.

Cheerleader Camp is Bloody, Campy ’80s Horror at its Most Average

In Cheerleader Camp, a group of cheerleaders convene at Camp Hurrah to further their craft. They make pyramids, chant, engage in acrobatics, do lots of topless swimming, and compete for first place in...

The Girl With All the Gifts

Review: The Girl With All The Gifts Brings Originality, Thrills And Heart To An Overstuffed Sub-genre

The Girl With All The Gifts centers around a post-apocalyptic world where all but a small few humans have been infected by a fungal disease that transforms them into creatures called Hungries. Snappin...

Review: The Crooked Man Is An Entertaining, Well-rounded Monster Movie

The Crooked Man is a fun, teenage monster movie–a fun thrill ride from start to finish, in all the most literal sense. As the film opens, we are introduced to a gaggle of young women trying to h...

Creator Feature: Jon And Kim From Horror Podcast Nightmare On Film Street

In years past, being a horror fan could make you the odd one out in your group of friends, the Internet has opened the door for the wider community to evolve. Nowadays, we have the freedom to share id...

Review: The Autopsy Of Jane Doe Is An Exceptional Horror Movie

Twenty years ago, on December 20th, Scream was released to give horror fans something to watch over Christmas. And now, just a day (and a couple decades) later, on December 21st, 2016 we have another ...

Victor Frankenstein

Victor Frankenstein is Much Better than You’ve Heard [Review]

Victor Frankenstein came out last week, but it seems like barely anyone noticed. The film is not faring well with critics, by and large and by all accounts it looks to be a pretty big flop. Having see...

The Gallows is a Fun and Scary Thrill Ride [Review]

The Gallows follows a group of high school students staging the revival of the titular play. The only problem is that the last time their school put on a production of The Gallows, one of the students...

Frankenstein vs. The Mummy

Frankenstein vs. The Mummy [Advance Review]

Directed by Damien Leone, Frankenstein vs. The Mummy is a fairly straightforward movie pitting two iconic horror legends against one another for the very first time. The film is set in the present day...

Review: Proxy

[soliloquy id=”15074″] The filmmakers responsible for Proxy have described it as a spiritual successor to Rosemary’s Baby, which is an incredibly bold statement that one cannot make withou...

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