horror

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Review – Teacher Shortage (2020)

Troy Escamilla’s (Party Night) Teacher Shortage manages to do some pretty great things in its hour and twenty minutes. Firstly, in a market where most slashers are more concerned with establishi...

7.1 Good
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Review – Crypsis (2019)

There’s an undeniable charm to Paul Anthony Rogers’ almost militant approach to straight forward film-making that makes Crypsis hard not to like.  A group of friends, on a dare, decide to venture...

6.8 Fair
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‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’ might just be a perfect “Gateway” Horror Film

There are images, movies, series, books and more that hardcore horror fans remember as being their introduction to the genre. For some, like me, it was the ritual of staying up late with a family memb...

8.8 Great
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Review – Butterfly Kisses (2018)

Butterfly Kisses is an interesting film. Although we live in an age when a term like “interesting” can be more derogatory than anything else, the fact that “Butterfly Kisses” is as interesting as it i...

7.6 Good
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Review – What Keeps You Alive (2018)

It takes a lifetime for some people to surrender themselves to another person. To trust completely, without reservation, is often scarier than any horror film. That kind of vulnerability is exploited ...

7.1 Good
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Review – Bonehill Road (2018)

Let me preface this review with saying that I have ALWAYS been a sucker for werewolf films. While the vampire is sexy, alluring and allows you to flirt with death while not always having to marry it, ...

7.6 Good
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Review – Mandy (2018)

Historically, it’s horror and science-fiction that have always pushed the cinematic envelope. Horror, unlike its somewhat nerdier counterpart is more prone to push, yet get stuck. In fact, just ...

9.8 Amazing
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Review – Prodigy (2017)

Directors Alex Haughey and Brian Vidal’s 2017 effort ‘Prodigy‘ does something that too many horror films are regrettably forgetting to do: provide an intriguing story that chooses to...

9.2 Amazing
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Review – Stephen King’s “Castle Rock” feels more and more like home (ep. 1-3)

There was the longest time during the peak years of being an avid reader that my reading list was largely dictated by which Stephen King books I had already read, and which ones were either just going...

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