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Jeremy Gardner in After Midnight

After Midnight is Another Must-Watch from Jeremy Gardner [Review]

Horror fans will be well versed in the saga of life post-The Battery for writer, director, and star Jeremy Gardner. The thrilling modernist zombie movie was beloved of fans and critics alike but, as i...

Dead Earth

Dead Earth is Tragic for All the Wrong Reasons [Review]

Dead Earth is a post-apocalyptic thriller following two women, Sylvia (played by Milena Gorum of The Driver) and Rose (played by Alice Tantayanon of The Driver) who have survived the initial zombie ou...

Charlie No-Face

Charlie No-Face: The Truth Behind the Legend

Figures like Sasquatch and the Chupacabra are more commonly recognized urban legends. But there are numerous lesser known monsters that haunt various parts of the United States. For instance, the Bunn...

What the Hell are Bill Moseley and Lin Shaye Doing in Gothic Harvest? [Review]

Gothic Harvest sounds like the kind of seasonal party I’d love to attend but, in practice, the debut feature from actor turned director Ashley Hamilton has little do with the spookiest time of t...

Family

Family is a Hellish and Brutal Journey [Review]

Family is a demented journey into the nightmare next door. It is presented in such realistic fashion that it will leave you feeling haunted. As a criminologist who is familiar with the high rates of d...

Prey is Loaded with Great Jolts and Carried By Logan Miller’s Powerhouse Performance [Review]

Prey, not to be confused with the rather good wintry slasher Cold Prey from a few years back, is the latest in a line of survival horror movies pitching young men against the elements. Much like Jungl...

MOMO

MOMO: The Missouri Monster is a Cryptid Delight Wrapped in a Unique Format [Review]

MOMO: The Missouri Monster is another title from Small Town Monsters, the production company that made Terror in the Skies. While I had a generalized critique of the presentation of indigenous populat...

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...

killers anonymous

Killers Anonymous is a Mess that Has Little Direction [Review]

Killers Anonymous takes place in a sinister world where self-described killers interact and socialize with each other in a support group known as Killers Anonymous. During the film, the maniacs are me...

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