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Review – Jeepers Creepers 3 (2017)

Review – Jeepers Creepers 3 (2017)

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So strange that we are actually reviewing a new Jeepers Creepers film considering that most of us never thought we would get a chance to do so. Now, we are reviewing the version of Jeepers Creepers 3 that aired on the SyFy channel so we might be reviewing a highly edited version for all we know. If you feel we are totally off base, let us know!!!

“Never Hike Alone” is Everything We Wanted in a Friday the 13th (fan) Film!!!

“Never Hike Alone” is Everything We Wanted in a Friday the 13th (fan) Film!!!

We’ve been following director Vincente Disanti’s Friday the 13th fan film “Never Hike Alone” for a while now. We even caught up with Vincente earlier this year when the trailer dropped (here). With news that the official franchise had been halted (and still no official word on any new entries), Never Hike Alone started to… Continue Reading

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Review – Cult of Chucky (2017)

Review – Cult of Chucky (2017)

I’ve always felt like the Child’s Play franchise was divided into three worlds: the original films (1-3), the slapsticky spoofs of the resurgence (Bride & Seed) and the last two films (Curse and the then forthcoming Cult). That’s almost thirty years of the the foul mouthed, knife wielding psychopath doll named Chucky. Three decades and… Continue Reading

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Review – IT (2017)

Review – IT (2017)

I will be the first to admit that that I was extremely reluctant to accept the reality of a new “It” film. The original happened at a time when event television was still a “thing”. It, the original miniseries, during that area, during my formative years was a big deal. It was a fairy large… Continue Reading

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WITCH HUNT comes to BluRay/DVD combo August 14th

WITCH HUNT comes to BluRay/DVD combo August 14th

LC Films will release writer/director Richard Chandler’s (Gilgamesh, Lilith Trilogy) WITCH HUNT on August 14th on BluRay/DVD combo pack. The film stars Graham King, Tony Ramos Wright, Lilith Astaroth, and Richard Chandler. Synopsis: A Catholic priest questions his faith after a botched exorcism. Strange occurrences deriving from a satanic cult have lead Father James Costello back to his old… Continue Reading

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Review – It Stains the Sands Red (2017)

Review – It Stains the Sands Red (2017)

Making a zombie film in today’s admittedly over-saturated climate is no easy task. Getting an audience to believe that you’ve reinvented that wheel is an even bigger undertaking. The fact that Stains is able to breathe fresh life into the genre while delivering an emotionally impactful, thoughtful, and, at times heart-wrenching narrative is nothing short… Continue Reading

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Why it’s ok to think “Get Out” is a derivative shit sandwich…

Why it’s ok to think “Get Out” is a derivative shit sandwich…

While the love of certain horror films is often a no brainier to me there are others that leave me stupefied when embraced by the masses. Jordan Peale’s “ Get Out” falls squarely into the latter for me and although I don’t exactly hate it, it does little to support the genre that has so… Continue Reading

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Review – The Void (2016)

Review – The Void (2016)

There is a large and ever-growing trend in horror right now that involves not only paying homage to the horror movies of the 80s but trying to replicate them in almost every sense. The novelty is one that I welcomed. 80s horror is the driving force behind my obsession with and love for the genre.… Continue Reading

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Review – Don’t Kill It (2016)

Review – Don’t Kill It (2016)

Despite the novelty of Dolph Lundgren playing a demon hunter in the American south, the idea of Don’t Kill It initially wasn’t all that appealing to me. Let me then start off by saying, “don’t let the all too familiar photoshopped dvd cover art fool you, Don’t Kill It is not only a worthwhile find… Continue Reading

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Review – Don’t Knock Twice (2017)

Review – Don’t Knock Twice (2017)

A strange house on a piece of wasteland, a years old rumour of witchcraft and missing children. An ex junkie artist and her estranged daughter who’s boyfriend has disappeared in bizarre circumstances. A young mother who seems to know more than she’s letting on and a Police Detective who might not be all he appears…… Continue Reading

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