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HORROR MOVIE FINAL GIRLS THROUGH THE AGES

Here is a fun infographic about the last surviving female in some of the most popular slasher films.  The infographic displays the women’s survival status, the threat faced and their weapon of choice. Check it out.  

Creature

THE PYRAMID REVIEW

I brought this on myself. I’ve loved Egyptian-themed movies since I was a kid and first saw Karlof

Psychological

13 SINS

13 Sins is a pulse pounding thriller with high stakes and lots of guts.  Down on his luck Elliot is offered a chance of a lifetime when he receives a cryptic phone call that sets a harrowing game of life and death into motion.  Starting so simply with the easy task of killing a fly

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HELLRAISER

“What’s your pleasure, sir?” I was once a huge Clive Barker fan, devouring anything I could find. The

Comedy

WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS

One of the things I love about the horror genre is how well it can be combined with other genres, and one combo that seems to be a popular one to try (to varying degrees of success) is the horror-comedy.  Usually to be a decent combo, you sort of have to pick one specific sub-genre

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EXISTS

A group of young people hit something on the way to their uncle’s cabin, deep in the East Texas wilds. Though they only find blood and tufts of fur, there’s something out there in the dark. Something that soon begins to stalk them. Though most of them don’t believe it, one of them knows what’s

Creature

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night

The first Iranian Vampire film… A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night. In Bad City, where the citizens

Paranormal

AS ABOVE, SO BELOW

The Only Way Out is Down…in As Above, So Below. If you mixed Indiana Jones with The Descent and shot it as a found-footage movie it might feel a little like As Above, So Below – the 2014 film from John and Drew Dowdle. There’s historical legend, underground exploration, and it’s all set in what

Gore

STARRY EYES

All Dreams Require Sacrifice…in Starry Eyes. A powerful cult after your soul in exchange for fulfilling all your

Creature

HONEYMOON REVIEW

A creepy cabin in the woods; a beautiful newlywed couple…what could go wrong?  Well, just about everything and it’s not what you think it is.  Though, this setup is beyond cliché, Honeymoon explores fresh elements of love and loss that are uncommon for the horror genre.  Most people can relate to that moment of feeling

Gore

THE BEYOND REVIEW

“And you will face the sea of darkness and all therein that may be explored.” With the new

Creature

DEAD SNOW 2: RED vs DEAD REVIEW

The Nazi zombies of 2009 Norwegian horror-comedy Dead Snow are back in a Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead.  A film that is bigger, badder, and gorier than the original! And that goes for the jokes, too! I’ve got a soft spot for Nazi zombie movies in general, so I’m already predisposed to like a film

Creature

LATE PHASES REVIEW

It’s been awhile since I’ve sank my teeth into a creature feature, and Late Phases doesn’t disappoint!  Late Phases doesn’t keep you waiting either, you get gory monster action within the first fifteen minutes.  Followed by some brief sadness, unaware arrogant cops, and unconcerned onlookers.  It seems everyone at first is quite uninterested in the

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DIGGING UP THE MARROW REVIEW

Adam Green is a great cult filmmaker, so right away I was interested in viewing Digging up the Marrow.  Then I found that it was shot in Indianapolis, and being from near there made me want to watch it even more.  When you really appreciate someone’s work, it can make it a challenge to review

Paranormal

IT FOLLOWS REVIEW

It Follows is a nightmare. It looks like a nightmare, it feels like a nightmare, and it has that disconnected sort of dream logic where nothing you do seems to make a difference. You run and you run and no matter how far you go or how fast you go, when you turn around whatever