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Carmilla

Review: Carmilla is the Classic Story’s Most Faithful Adaptation Yet

I’ll admit that my subjective opinion is immediately colored by my love of the source material. J. Sheridan Le Fanu’s Carmilla is one of my favorite vampire stories if not simply one of my favorite st...

Cursed Films

Shudder’s Cursed Films Series Finishes Strong [Review]

Cursed Films opened its season with explorations of the superstitions surrounding The Exorcist, Poltergeist, and The Omen. The religious and spiritual nature of the themes these films touch on seeming...

Body Count is Back With New Album Carnivore [Review]

Coming from the violent and gang-filled streets of south-central Los Angeles, Ice-T fronted heavy metal band Body Count is back with a vengeance. Their newest album Carnivore was recently released and...

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...

The Siren

The Siren is an Arthouse Exploration of Grief [Review]

The Siren follows Tom (Evan Dumouchel of Doctor Sleep), a man who has lost his ability to speak by way of an unfortunate accident. While visiting a lake house, Tom encounters Al (MacLeod Andrews of Do...

The Grudge (2020)

The Grudge (2020) is Unnecessary but Still Enjoyable [Review]

The news about the release of The Grudge (2020) came as a surprise because I really didn’t think this was a story worth retelling (again). During 2000-2010, there was an influx of Asian films re...

Primal

Primal is Another Nicholas Cage Camp Classic [Review]

Primal follows Frank Walsh (Nicholas Cage), an illegal poacher who hunts wild animals to sell them to the highest bidder. However, on his mission in Brazil, he finds a rare, all white jaguar, a very b...

Itsy Bitsy

Itsy Bitsy is a charming creature feature that will creep you out [Review]

Itsy Bitsy  is a creature feature that follows Walter Clark (Bruce Davison of X-Men) and his newly hired live-in nurse Kara Spencer (Elizabeth Roberts of Word Party). Kara has mysteriously moved herse...

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...

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