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Review: Another Evil Is A Well-crafted Horror Movie That Will Leave Viewers Baffled

Another Evil features father and artist Dan Pappadakis (played by Steve Zissis, Roadies, Togetherness), who hires Os Bijourn (Mark Proksch, Better Call Saul, Son of Zorn) with the consultation of his ...

Grave Encounters

Grave Encounters is One of the Smartest Movies of the Found Footage Boom

I have to be honest, I didn’t mind the found footage boom when it first started. Paranormal Activity really got to me in the theater. They turned out all the lights right at the end and left us in dar...

The Changeling Horror movies that need to be remade

Why The Changeling Needs to be Rediscoverd

While there are a wealth of haunted house movies that have been released recently, they haven’t led to much rediscovery of older films in the genre. This is a bit of a shame. Poltergeist, The Shining,...

Personal Shopper Proves There’s (After)Life In The Paranormal Yet

If there’s one sub-genre that’s been done to death in modern horror movies, it’s paranormal/possession. And yet, with wispy CGI phantoms, a killer, modern location and a fearless cen...

Review: Ghosts of Darkness Is An Interesting, Humanistic Character Study

Ghosts of Darkness centers on Jack Donavan (played by Michael Koltes, Capsule, Alice Through the Looking Glass), a paranormal investigator, and Jonathan Blazer (played by Paul Flannery, Nightmare Live...

Lavender

Review: Lavender Is A Cerebral, Suspense-Filled Mystery With More Than Enough Twists And Turns To Satisfy

Lavender revolves around Jane (Abbie Cornish, Limitless, Sucker Punch), a photographer who is involved in a tense marriage with her husband Alan (Diego Klattenhoff, star of TV’s The Blacklist and Paci...

We Go On

We Go On Is A Deep Journey That Asks The Big Questions About Our Mortality

We Go On centers around Miles Grissom (played by Clark Freeman, of TV’s NCIS: New Orleans and horror oddity YellowBrickRoad) and his determination to find out if there is life after death. As an adult...

Short Review: Blind Date Shows Great Promise For Its Writer-Director

Blind Date is a short horror feature written and directed by Rob Rotondo, who is no stranger to the scene. While Blind Date is his first writing and directing credit, Rotondo has previously worked as ...

The Amityville house.

Amityville: Horror or Hoax?

The Amityville Horror is one of the most successful books based on a reportedly true account ever published. The same goes for the feature film adaptation. It is the only one of those cases to spawn a...

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