Let’s Take Off Your Mask

Haunt Review

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From time to time, there are horror flicks that garner a lot of attention. They are touted as being “the best” or some other overly exaggerated term that disregards all of the other “best” movies that came before. I generally get pretty frustrated with these because, more often than not, I do not agree with those powerful opinions. One of the latest making a commotion amongst fans is Haunt, directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods. Guys, this movie [...]

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Training Time is Over

Nightwish Review

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After all of the years running this website, it’s hard to stay enthusiastic film after film. It’s not a tough “job,” yet still, sometimes it feels as if it’s a chore to get through some of the stuff that crosses my path. Fortunately, there will always come a new release to break me out of my slump and bring that excitement back to the forefront. This time, the movie that did the trick is Bruce R. Cook’s Nightwish.

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Kill the Head

The Dead Don't Die Review

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It’s truly a great time to be a horror fan. Over the last few years especially, the genre all of us have loved for so long has been reaching more and more people. An entirely new audience is being subjected to countless TV shows, films, and other horror content, something I would have never imagined just a decade ago. With that new reach comes new ideas from filmmakers. Some are hit, some are miss. Read on to see where Jim [...]

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Something Witchy

Manson Family Movies Review

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It’s no secret that America is fascinated with serial killers and other true crimes. While I’m not sure where this fixation comes from, I can’t deny that I, too, am intrigued by all of the sociopaths walking the face of the earth. There are countless documentaries, made-for-television movies, and TV series telling these true tales of terror, but there are none that are quite like the Manson Family Movies directed by John Aes-Nihil.

The Plot

Many believe that Charles Manson [...]

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Is God Still There?

Darlin' Review

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There are quite a few films in the horror genre that are touted as being some of the best that I simply just do not enjoy. It is rare that I revisit these films to ever give them a second chance, but it is a different story entirely when said films receive a direct sequel. I was more than ready to give Pollyanna McIntosh a fighting chance to redeem what Lucky McKee had failed to do for me years ago, [...]

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Long Live the King

Godzilla: King of the Monsters Review

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In my last review, I made mention of the fact that I have gone to the theaters more times this year than any other of the previous five or so. While this statement is wholeheartedly true, there are also quite a few films I still managed to miss during their original theatrical runs. One of them that I greatly regret missing in that fully immersive experience is Michael Dougherty’s Godzilla King of the Monsters.

The Plot

Reeling from the [...]

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