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A Quiet Place: Day One Brings Lupita Nyong’o’s Best Performance Yet

In a movie landscape where the horror genre often relies on overt scares and relentless gore, A Quiet Place emerged as a refreshing film that was both suspenseful and minimalistic. Directed by John Krasinski, the original film captivated audiences with… Continue Reading →

What’s the Price of Fame for MaXXXine?

Many dead bodies lie in her wake on a journey to making a name for herself in 1980s Hollywood… She’s part maverick, part psycho: Maxine Minx is a name you shouldn’t soon forget within the horror genre! I’m sure there… Continue Reading →

Exhuma is the Most Fun You Will Have with the Supernatural This Year

Superstitions about dead relatives have always fascinated me, deeply rooted in both cultural heritage and personal experience. Growing up, I was surrounded by tales and beliefs about how the spirits of our deceased loved ones linger around us, influencing our… Continue Reading →

Shudder Gives New Life to Mute Witness Nearly Three Decades Later

In the realm of horror cinema, 1995 was a remarkable year. Se7en, starring Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt, captivated audiences with its dark tone and macabre subject matter. Director Roger Donaldson’s Species followed a team of scientists attempting to thwart… Continue Reading →

Easter Bloody Easter Carves Its Own Path in Holiday Horror

The horror genre’s fascination with holidays extends beyond mere scares; it’s a reflection of cultural significance, symbolism and the inherent themes ripe for exploration within each celebration. Halloween, with its association with the supernatural and fear, stands as the undisputed… Continue Reading →

Stopmotion is the Horror Masterpiece That Fans Have Long Awaited

The Nightmare Before Christmas, Coraline and Frankenweenie share more than just Tim Burton’s directorial touch. These films are united by their use of stop-motion animation, a meticulous and time-consuming process. Despite the challenges, these movies, alongside many others, have earned their… Continue Reading →

Godzilla Minus One/Minus Color Deserves More Recognition!

Per Matt Poor Japan. Always getting destroyed by Godzilla. For almost 70 years now, as soon as the behemoth rose out of the Pacific Ocean for the very first time, the kaiju has spawned a film franchise, as well as… Continue Reading →

Dream Scenario Lets Nicolas Cage be a Remarkable Nobody

Is there any role  that Nicolas Cage won’t take? Cage is renowned for his exceptional versatility as an actor, seamlessly transitioning between an impressive array of roles that span across genres and characters. His ability to embody diverse personalities, from… Continue Reading →

Film Masters Features Two Roger Corman Classics on The Terror

Per Matt Ah, Roger Corman. If ever there was a filmmaker who could create more with less, it’s clearly him. Now, suppose you wanted to crank out an entire movie within two days on a whim with zero budget… then,… Continue Reading →

No One is Safe From the Demonic Clutches When Evil Lurks…

Have you ever found yourself so deeply engrossed in a movie, to the point where you’re compelled to offer guidance to the characters? And I’m not talking about casual advice — I mean the kind of counsel you reserve for… Continue Reading →

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