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Evil Does Not Exist… Or Does It?

Japan understands Mother Nature. If you’ve ever watched an anime by Hayao Miyazaki, you’d easily recognize that being one with your environment is something very important within Japanese culture. Taking ownership in not ruining your environment is a topic that… Continue Reading →

Film Masters Truly Gets Tormented

Per Matt Nothing spells doom for a budding relationship quite like a supernatural curse from beyond the grave… or a visit from the Mystery Science Theater 3000 crew! Film Masters makes waves with a newly restored version of Tormented, which… Continue Reading →

Civil War Battles Alex Garland’s Dystopian Dreams

After watching the new Alex Garland film, Civil War, I had many thoughts. Foremost, I wondered if it was entirely possible to like a movie while simultaneously feeling unnerved by its content, to the point of never wanting to see… 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 →

Why Does Maggie Q Fear the Night?

Per Matt I’m always searching for the latest and greatest movies that present familiar themes in new and unique ways. And should I receive a free preview weekend of The Movie Channel, there’s a very good chance I’m spending way… 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 →

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire Lacks Flavor

The art of cinematic storytelling is not much different from food prep. Movie production is akin to a slow-cooking process, much like cooking a meal with a traditional oven or crockpot. It involves planning, preparation and collaboration among various individuals,… Continue Reading →

Stopmotion is the Horror Masterpiece That Fans Have Long Awaited

The Nightmare Before Christmas, CoralineĀ 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 →

Dune: Part Two Worms its Way to a Cliffhanger

Dune stands as a sci-fi cinematic powerhouse, drawing inspiration from Frank Herbert’s novels to present visually stunning and thematically rich narratives exploring power dynamics, political intrigue and the complexities of human existence. While the 1984 adaptation received widespread acclaim, the… Continue Reading →

It Lives Inside Succumbs to Something Sinister

Returning to horror movies feels great. Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love awards season. It’s a time when I get to witness the pinnacle of excellence across various categories and genres, contributing to a more well-rounded perspective as a… Continue Reading →

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