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Malady (2017) Review: An Artistic Display of Emotion

Capturing a story using an artistic approach is no easy feat. This takes great skill and attention to detail with a boldness that could lose your audience in a heartbeat. One director who has been known for successfully using this technique is Darren Aronofsky (Requiem for a Dream, Mother!). Following a very similar pattern with strategic cinematic techniques and an …

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Full Trailer for Darren Aranofsky’s ‘Mother!’ Released

The full trailer for Darren Aronofsky’s Mother! has been released. There are not a lot of trailers that I see that scream “WTF!” but this trailer sure did. This psychological horror thriller is something that needs to be seen to be believed. So without further ado, I present the full trailer below. The man who brought us Requiem for a Dream …

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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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My Favorite Horror Movie: ‘Jaws’ (1975)

I’ve been a horror freak since I was a young lad. I’ve been intrigued with the genre for many reasons. I love things from gory slasher films (Friday the 13th), to torture porn (Hostel), to the boogeyman pics (Halloween), to zombie films (Dawn of the Dead), to sci-fi horror (Alien) to psychological horror (Psycho). There’s always been a huge demand …

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Black Mountain Side (2014) Movie Review

Black Mountain Side, a 2014 Canadian horror thriller directed by Nick Szoztakiwskyj, follows a team of researchers unearthing a strange object in the stark and frigid Canadian Taiga. It’s the tip of a stone monument with unusual markings and a carbon date showing it is far older than it should be by thousands of years. After the opening images of an …

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Check Out the Heart-Pounding Trailer for ‘The Marshes’

Some trailers give away too much while others barely show anything. The new heart-pounding trailer for The Marshes gives us just enough to make us terrified but intrigued to see more. Check it out for yourself! Produced by 28 Productions, The Marshes is written and directed by Roger Scott with a cast starring Dafna Kronental, Sam Delich, Matthew Cooper, and Zac Drayson. …

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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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The Drain (2017) Psychological Horror Short Review

For little kids, a lot of things are scary – some more then others. A lot of things strike fear into their hearts, from the monster that lives in their closets or under their beds to scary, face-painted clowns, or even something real like poisonous snakes or insects. As for me personally? Nothing terrified me more as a little kid than the shower drain. …

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My Favorite Horror Movie – May (2002)

Jordan Peele recently said, “The best comedy and horror feel like they take place in reality.” I have always been drawn to movies with uncomfortable realism. One of my favorite horror movies, May, set the tone for me at a young age. I was working at a video store when I was 17, renting movies after every shift. I found …

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Bethany (2017) A Cringeworthy and Nail Biting Experience

When I first heard about a horror movie that involved Shannen Doherty and Tom Green, as well as directed by one of the best up and coming directors in the horror industry… I was sold! I was fortunate to view Bethany with an early screening and I was not at all disappointed. Let’s discuss why you should check out this psychological horror thriller the …

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