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In The Tall Grass – An Eerie Excursion To The Unknown

Based on Stephen King and Joe Hill’s novel, In The Tall Grass tells the story of Becky (Laysla De Oliveira) and her brother Cal (Avery Whitted), who are on their way to San Diego, when Becky, who is pregnant, starts feeling sick, causing them to stop somewhere in the middle of their journey so she […]

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The Silence – Quiet Horror With A Bang

Starring Kiernan Shipka and Stanley Tucci, The Silence is a horror movie that centers on a family who bands together to escape a swarm of killer creatures known as the Vesps, who have been accidentally released from an ancient cave and are feasting on the flesh of whoever they come across. One of the most […]

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Pet Sematary – A Fine Spooky Tale

Based on Stephen King’s novel, Pet Sematary focuses on Dr. Louis Creed (Jason Clarke), his wife Rachel (Amy Seimetz), his daughter Ellie, his son Gage, and Church, the family pet, who move to a new town where they discover a pet graveyard near their home where a strange place exists that, unbeknownst to most but […]

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The Perfection – An Unsettling Journey

–WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD– The Perfection tells the story of Charlotte (Allison Williams) a former music prodigy who had to give up her musical career to take care of her sick mother, but when she finally passes away, Charlotte decides to get back to the world that she had to abandon, quickly discovering that it has […]

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Happy D Day 2U Releases Today

happy death day 2u

Releasing this film the day before Valentines Day has that certain je ne sais quois sense of humor which I expect from its creative team. Is it date movie or a forget VDay flick? You’ll have to decide. I’m predicting it will be both creepy and funny. Jessica Rothe leads the returning cast of Happy […]

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Speculating Saw: Deep Deconstruction of the SAW Franchise

The infamous Saw franchise started back in 2004 and was immediately met with mixed reviews. For the most part, they’re the sort of movies that you love, hate, or love to hate, and people usually form pretty strong opinions about them. Regardless of personal views about the films, it’s hard to deny the massive impact […]

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The Guest: Trailer and Thoughts

The Guest is a movie that has been out for a while, but I sadly have not found the time to go out and see it yet. To be perfectly honest, the trailer didn’t leave me feeling particularly excited about the film and it’s only been recently that I feel compelled to see it on […]

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Honeymoon (2014)

Honeymoon (2014) is a cautionary tale for newlyweds. Warning: this is not a chick flick with a happy ending. Well, depending on your taste, Honeymoon could be a chick flick or great popcorn flick for a girl’s night in. That is if you enjoy sappy romances that evolve into something sinister and disturbing. Rose Leslie […]

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Cabal

Next month Shout Factory will release Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut, a very different version of the film that 20th Century Fox let out of the cage in 1990. While you wait for that shiny Blu-ray; you could read the 1989 Clive Barker story Cabal published by Harper Collins (you know, the novel that the film […]

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Inner Demons

If an intervention turned out just like the one in Inner Demons then I would totally round up my mates, sit around the lounge room and wait for the emo makeup clad girl to freak us all out. IFC Midnight have released an indie film that should appeal to those who enjoy inevitable demonic possessions […]

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