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M. Night Shyamalan Announces a Sequel to Unbreakable and Split!

For awhile now, everyone in the horror community has been talking about the amazing connection between M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable and Split. The amazing connection is that they do in fact share the same world and what could be there than that you say? Well, a long awaited sequel that will bring both movies together! Yes… you read that correctly. This …

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Night Trap Re-Release for PS4 and Xbox One

It’s time to take a trip down memory lane. The infamous game Night Trap from 1992 is turning 25 years old, and with that comes a re-release for the PS4 and XBOX ONE! So there will be no need to dust off your Sega CD to play this Full Motion Video gem anymore. Night Trap is an interactive movie video …

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A Mother’s Choice (2017) Short Film Review

I’ve been a fan of Stephanie Hensley since I reviewed her dark indie drama Dane Granger for my blog last year. Awhile back, Stephanie announced that her next project would be a horror anthology called A Mother Knows Best, comprised of 4 short centered around motherhood. I have been looking forward to this project since it was announced and thankfully, …

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Scream Season 3 Gets Complete and Total Reboot

According to deadline.com, MTV announced today that Scream season 3 will be getting a complete and total reboot. What does this mean? So far, we don’t know much. From what we do know is that Lakewood Killer Brandon James will be no more and that the answer to cliffhanger episode “Spring Break,” we will never know. Great. Just when we were …

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Panteon Woods (2015) Movie Review

The found footage genre has been one of the more divisive sub-genres among members of the horror community. You either love the film style or you hate it. There’s usually no in-between. Of course, some films are better than others, and even found footage haters can’t deny the impact that the subject has had on the horror genre. What side …

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Indie Body Horror Flick ‘The Taxidermist’ Gets A Teaser Trailer

How far would you go to make sure your loved ones were taken care of? What if your child had cancer and you couldn’t afford the treatment? What would you do to try to save them? Most parents would probably do anything in their power. In The Taxidermist, a desperate father finds himself thrown into the world of human taxidermy. Check …

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Interview With ‘Hellraiser: Judgement’s’ Paul T. Taylor

Paul T. Taylor is the latest individual that will be donning the lead cenobite’s gear in the upcoming Hellraiser film. I know…. I know… I thought the same thing at first. No one can possibly live up to Doug Bradley’s iconic performance that shaped the role so perfectly. Let’s hold back for a minute and give this guy a chance. …

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Honor Student (2015) Not Your Average Horror Short Review

The titles of movies to me are always so intriguing. I’m always wondering in what way do they have to do with the movie itself. Some titles are very self-explanatory, others you have to dive in a little deeper to try to figure it out. This was certainly the case for me when it came to watching the 2015 horror …

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‘Reptilicus’ (1961): The Only Danish-American Giant Monster Movie

Reptilicus

Not only is Reptilicus an early 1960’s Danish-American giant monster movie, it’s apparently the only Danish giant monster movie. How does it hold up? To start with, my first exposure to Reptilicus was through the Mystery Science Theater 3000 revival of April 2017. As one might expect, the new guys at MST3K made fun of the movie (which is sort …

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Teenage Ghost Punk (2014) Movie Review

teenage ghost punk

I love movies that are dark, grimy, and gritty. Sometimes life gets rough though, as has been the case recently, and it’s just nice to watch something fun and upbeat, warm and lighthearted, and preferably with a happy ending. I recently saw the trailer for Teenage Ghost Punk, which bills itself as a punk rock supernatural romantic comedy and it …

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