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The Awakening of Lilith (2021) Film Review – The Excruciating Weight of Loss

Adam SymchukNov 13, 2022
The Awakening of Lilith (2021) Film Review – The Excruciating Weight of Loss

Sparked by the death of her partner Noah, Lilith is struggling with her mental health and has succumbed to a deep depression that affects all aspects of her life. Fighting through paranoia and perceived slights from those in her life,…

Gary Gerani Interview – Screenwriter of Pumpkinhead (1988)

Grimoire of HorrorNov 11, 2022
Gary Gerani Interview – Screenwriter of Pumpkinhead (1988)

 Gary Gerani is a professional fiction/non-fiction writer and film critic from Brooklyn, New York. As a screenwriter, he is best known for creating and co-authoring the screenplay for Stan Winston’s Pumpkinhead (1988), a cult horror film starring Lance Henriksen that…

Most Horrible Things (2022) Film Review – Most Horrible Indeed!

Adam SymchukNov 11, 2022
Most Horrible Things (2022) Film Review – Most Horrible Indeed!

“When six young strangers are invited to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity – an exclusive dinner party hosted by a charming and enigmatic host on the most romantic night of the year, Valentine’s Day – they have nothing to lose and everything…

Japanese True Crime – Nevada-Tan Murder

Javiera VegaNov 9, 2022
Japanese True Crime – Nevada-Tan Murder

Hi fellow weirdos! Javi here with some baffling internet phenomenon born in Japan I think we can all agree that almost anything on the internet is sacred. The anonymity that it brings probably gives people more leisure room to be…

Three Dead Trick or Treaters (2016) Review – An Elegy for the Mad God of a Chaotic and Nihilistic Universe

Michael WilliamsNov 9, 2022
Three Dead Trick or Treaters (2016) Review – An Elegy for the Mad God of a Chaotic and Nihilistic Universe

This Halloween certainly offered up more spooky offerings than usual. Some of the terrible things involve ghastly treats for children, witch hunters looking for victims to torture and burn, and a police force too busy selling the dead to protect…

Christmas Cruelty! (2013) Film Review – It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas

Jim CoxNov 8, 2022
Christmas Cruelty! (2013) Film Review – It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas

Christmas Cruelty! (O’Hellige Jul!) is a 2013 Norwegian extreme horror set around the Christmas period, directed by Per-Ingvar Tomren and Magne Steinsvoll. The film follows both a serial killer as he plans for his next kill as well as the…