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Tom Holland's The Notch
Tom Holland's The Notch
Tom Holland's The Notch
Tom Holland's The Notch

Review: WITCH is a Visually Stunning But Confusing Cinematic Fairy Tale

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It’s all very clear... except when it’s not. You might sense a bit of wishy-washiness in that statement -- and that puts you smack-dab in the same boat as I...

Review: THE PERISHED is a Compelling Drama, But Loses its Way as a Horror...

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I was first intrigued by Paddy Murphy’s The Perished on the basis of its central theme -- which draws on the horrific history of Ireland’s “Magdalene Laundries,” where "fallen...

Review: POV Zombie Tale BY DAY’S END Falls Short of Its Potential

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Sigh... another found footage horror effort. Well, it’s not technically "found footage" -- it’s more of a first-person and security-camera-footage situation -- but it all falls under the "found footage"...

Review: SCOPOPHILIA — Isolation, Technology, and Suspense

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If you’re into films that wallow in reality rather than provide escape, Scopophilia is the perfect feature for these dark times of social distancing and quarantine. While this Greek...

Review: SPACE — A Sci-Fi Thriller About the Terrors of Isolation

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Written and directed by Monte Light, Random Media's futuristic thriller-drama Space is set in the year 2050, where the BrightSTAR Corporation has launched the spaceship Udo on a lengthy...

Review: THE HUNT Defies Expectations and Delivers the Gory Goods

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If you have to pick just one movie to see in theaters this week -- not that we recommend that plan, considering the very real threat of posed by...
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Review: THE INVISIBLE MAN is a Smart Take on a Timeless Classic

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The multi-talented writer-director-actor behind the hit horror franchises SAW and Insidious, as well as the bloody indie sci-fi/action thriller Upgrade and outrageous zombie-comedy Cooties, Leigh Whannell has returned to...

Uncharted Depths of Amazon Prime: SOCIETY and PARENTS (1989)

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This week’s descent into the darkest depths of Internet video streaming is a two-for-one holiday special: Society and Parents, a couple of family-centric, coming-of-age horror-comedy flicks released in 1989....

Review: THE SECRET SPIRAL OF SWAMP KID

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Middle school can be pretty tough... especially if you have a tree trunk for an arm and vines growing out of your neck. Such is the life of Russell...

Review: SAINT MAUD – Time to Detoxify Your God

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Over the past few decades, we've experienced many exorcism movies that question and challenge our faith: from sleeper hits like The Taking of Deborah Logan to the atheistic hidden...

Review: DEAD TEENAGER SEANCE Packs Plenty of ’80s Horror Fun Into 20 Minutes

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A brief history lesson: I saw the feature film The Fostering (also known by the much cooler title, The Devil Lives Here), at FilmQuest in Utah a few years...

DOCTOR SLEEP and “The Nostalgia Problem”

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While Doctor Sleep – Mike Flanagan's hybrid sequel to both Stephen King's 1977 novel The Shining and Stanley Kubrick's 1980 adaptation – received mostly positive reviews (as of this...