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First Images From Upcoming Ghost Story ‘Demons’

Check out the first images from Miles Doleac’s upcoming ghost story Demons. Described as a psychological thriller that marries elements of The Exorcist, The Shining and The Big Chill, Demons is being targeted for an October 2017 theatrical release.  Starring Doleac, Lindsay Anne Williams, Steven Brand, Kristina Emerson and Gary Grubes, the film will follow the aftermath of an unsuccessful exorcism. Eight years ago, Father Colin …

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‘The Conjuring’s’ Perron Family Returning to the Big Screen

Get ready for more of the Perron family’s hauntings. Originally featured in The Conjuring, the family will be returning in a new film trilogy based on the real life events. James Wan’s The Conjuring is based on the Perron family’s experience with the supernatural; the film includes demonologists Ed Warren (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) as they attempt to …

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The Dark Tapes (2017) – Found Footage Meets Anthology

Found footage films seem like such a simple concept to execute. They are one of the most highly debated horror movie genres. They are also relatively easy and cheap to pull off, so the level of creativity and inspiration aren’t always of the greatest quality. However, there are some original and cutting edge found footage films out there that took more than …

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Dreaming Purple Neon (2016) Movie Review

When it comes to low budget, shot-on-video indie horror, Todd Sheets is a fucking legend. Since starting his directorial career in 1985, Todd has racked up an impressive 42 films. His projects include Zombie Bloodbath (1993), Prehistoric Bimbo’s in Armageddon City (1991), Moonchild (1994) and the recent House of Forbidden Secrets (2013).  I’m more than a little embarrassed to say …

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8 Reasons Why Not To See ‘The Bye Bye Man’

This weekend, the first horror movie of the year was released in theaters in the form of The Bye Bye Man on January 13th. Genre fans were thrilled! Maybe The Bye Bye Man would ring in the new year with something fantastic, fresh and frightening, proving that this year was already a better year than the last. Along with about 150 …

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Room for Rent (2016) Movie Review

I have never cared much for found footage films, at least not until recently when I reviewed Wekufe: Origin of Evil (2016). I’ve started to realize that found footage, if done right, can add a whole new level of connection to the characters, sometimes making you feel as if you genuinely know them. This can lead to more emotional investment …

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Review – DEAD BIRDS (2004)

Blind buys are always the most dangerous, yet the most fun. On the one hand, you could wind-up with some piece of toilet fodder that you can’t even give to your dog as a Frisbee because you’ll be charged with animal cruelty. On the other hand, blind buys can yield excellent gems like Dead Birds. A group of outlaws led …

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Seasons Greetings (2015) Movie Review

I’m a huge fan of anthology films. There is just something about telling a story in a short time frame that I really love. So when I found out that Shawn Burkett (Director of Don’t Fuck in the Woods) had a Christmas anthology film called Seasons Greetings, I knew I had to check it out. Seasons Greetings is a Christmas …

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Knucklebones: Demonic Killer Saves Film from Flames of Hell

Far from a groundbreaking classic, Knucklebones is a low budget film full of horror puns and clichés that some will hate and others will love. Mitch Wilson makes his directing debut with this supernatural slasher that seems to struggle with the opening sequences but gradually builds momentum in all its B-movie glory. Though there are some shallow plot holes left …

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The Scarlet Gospels: Barker Reclaims Pinhead

Almost 30 years ago, one of the most iconic horror characters was born in the pages of Clive Barker’s The Hellbound Heart. One year after the novella’s publication, Barker gave fans a look of the face that would be nicknamed Pinhead by the film crew when adapting his story to the big screen. After writing and directing Hellraiser, which earned …

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