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The Lost Boys Comic Issue 3 Review: The Believer

We continue our vampire hunting journey with the familiar characters we all know and love: Michael, Star, Laddie, and Mrs. Emerson. In the third issue of The Lost Boys, Tim Seeley (Hack/Slash) continues his story of the new female band of vampires in Santa Carla and finding The Believer, the one last vampire hunter in Santa Carla. The character is none other than the …

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Most Memorable Horror Antagonists of 2016

Horror fans are often asked why they love the genre. The most common answer I see is that horror is an escape from everyday life. They provide fans with the most foul, terrifying monsters that make us all think that life could always be worse. This year – 2016 – is known as the year that everyone wants to forget. …

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Hada (2015) Short Film Review

Think back to when you were a child. Remember the fear you felt when you were alone at night in your bedroom: the shadows dancing across the walls, the groans of the pipes and creaks of the house settling…  the overwhelming feeling of dread. That is the feeling that the filmmakers from Hada attempt to create. But did they succeed? Hada is …

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RIP Carrie Fisher – A True Pop Culture Icon

Unfortunately, 2016 has been the year of the Grim Reaper. Every time we pop culture aficionados are ready to face the world again after mourning the loss of a celebrity, another one passes away. As most of you have already heard, the beautiful and incredibly talented Carrie Fisher passed away this morning, December 27th, at the age of 60. This is one …

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Arrow Films Announces “We Are The Flesh” Due Out In 2017

Arrow Films has announced the January 2017 theatrical debut of Emiliano Rocha Minter’s We Are the Flesh. Not for the faint of heart, this gritty, dark, disturbing and unrelenting apocalyptic fantasy stars Noé Hernández (Miss Bala 2011) as a post-apocalyptic hermit eager to transform the ashes of the world and María Evoli (De Amores y Abarrotes 2015) and newcomer Diego Gamaliel as …

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The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016) – Movie Review

We all know we got excited over the trailer of The Autopsy of Jane Doe, no doubt gracing it with reverence like it was the Second Coming. I can’t blame you: the trailer is a masterpiece in and of itself. But does the film live up to expectations?  A bizarre triple-homicide in Grantham, Virginia has left Sheriff Sheldon (Michael McElhatton) …

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