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Beach Massacre at Kill Devil Hills (2017): No One is Safe this Summer!

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Summer is just around the corner, baby – which means long days on the beach, cold drinks, and fun in the sun! Unless, of course, there’s a killer lurking around… In the new horror film Beach Massacre at Kill Devin Hills, directed by Lawrence W. Nelson II, will anyone survive?  Official Press Release: Wicked Monkey Productions and No One Left Behind today announced that …

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New Short ‘Dolphin’ Dives Into Horror Goodness

There are literally hundreds of ingredients and ideas that make or break any film of any length. However, in the land of short films, there are two key components: creativity and character, the chocolate and peanut butter of short filmmaking. If you have one, an inventive film full of dull people or a drab film full of talented people, you’re …

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Evil Nanny (2016) Will Take Good Care Of You

It’s not every day that I get to think of the suspenseful and thrilling 1990 movie Pacific Heights. It’s a good movie and fairly unique. The days that I do, then, are rare and special and make me smile. I was reminded of this film while watching the new Lifetime horror Evil Nanny (2016), and I smiled. A lot. Directed by camp …

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Sendero (2015) – Movie Review

I’ll admit that I had good expectations for Sendero (a.k.a. Path). The synopsis made the film look promising. But was it just a good concept that led to a poor execution? Find out here! Official synopsis: “Ana (Andrea García-Huidobro) is a young woman who has just been given a scholarship to study in France. She decides to celebrate with her …

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Funny Games (1997) is Still Disturbingly Amazing 20 Years Later

Normally I tend to leave the context of how I see these movies out of my reviews. I have to make an exception here, however. I first saw Michael Haneke’s Funny Games (the ’07 shot-for-shot English US remake, though this review will be about the Austrian ’97 original film) in a theater, by myself, while the rest of my family …

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The Howling Turns 36! – Retro Review

“The news lady is turned into a werewolf!” Today marks the 36th anniversary of The Howling! Today, PopHorror pays tribute to this Werewolf cult classic. The Howling was directed by Joe Dante. Movie buffs already know Dante also directed Gremlins in 1984 and The ‘Burbs in 1989. It was actually Dante’s work in The Howling that gave him the opportunity …

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Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein is Set to Star in ‘Death Ward 13’

“We have some exciting horror news today! The legendary Misfits guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein is set to star in the upcoming horror film, Death Ward 13. We were already excited about this film and now we can’t wait to see it! Official Press Release: “Legendary Misfits Guitarist Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein is set to star in DEATH WARD 13, …

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13 Cameras (2015) – Movie Review

Thinking about being watched in your own home is a very scary concept. If it’s done right, that story could be perfect for a Home Invasion horror film. Did 13 Cameras live up to the potential its synopsis had to offer?  Claire (Brianne Moncrief) and Ryan (Pj McCabe) are a newlywed couple that moves into a new home. They soon …

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Havenhurst (2017) Gets a Release Date

Havenhurst is mind-blowing, thought-provoking horror – a film that makes the viewer connect the dots to unlock its secrets. It is suspenseful and terrifying. When I first watched the film, the characters drew me in. Even Havenhurst acts as a character in its own right. But when can we expect to see the film released in theaters?  Havenhurst is from the producers …

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Brackish (2015) Movie Review- Reviving the Dead

Brackish is about a man who has lost his fiancé to traumatic circumstances. In order to take his mind off of things, his sister takes him on a trip to their father’s hometown to camp out. Upon arriving, they are faced with a dangerous cult, tough decisions and the consequences they have. The film asks the question, “If you could …

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