“Halloween Girl, Book One: Promises to Keep” by Richard T. Wilson is released from Mad Shelley Comics and features art by Stephen Mullan, Pietro Vaughan, Wanderer Luna, Charaf Mezioud, and Eleonora Garofolo. Art is divvied up by chapter, each retaining its own unique feel to the characters at play. ‘Death is a lot of damned

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Sinphony 2022 Review

As an anthology film, Sinphony has different directors for each segment: Sebastien Bazile (“Symphony of Horror”), Haley Bishop (“Forever Young”), Nichole Carlson (“Maternally Damned”), Wes Driver (“The Keeper”), Kimberley Elizabeth (“Do Us Part”), Michael Galvan (“Symphony of Horror”), Steven Keller (“Ear Worm”), Baraka Noel (“Rose Motel”), Mark A. Pritchard (“Limited Edition”), Jason Ragosta (“Mother Love”),

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Queer for Fear History of LGBTQIA

Queer for Fear: The History of Queer Horror is a four-part docuseries about LGBTQIA+ authors, directors, and more in the horror realm, and historical events that factored into the creation of iconic milestones within the genre. Featuring actors, directors, experts, drag stars, and more weighing in with their experiences, it has a fascinating, rounded, and

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ArtisWitch is an anime collaboration project between Sunrise and a Japanese talent agency, AsobiSystem, which features Harajuku art, music, and fashion. In every episode, there is a different artist featured to create the backgrounds with significantly differing styles, and a new musical artist that writes a song specifically for the plot of that episode. Costume

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Helter Skelter: Fashion Unfriendly by Kyoko Okazaki defaults to a simplistic style similar to older, nostalgic manga. Yet the style still works for high-impact, fashion-heavy scenes where it effectively conveys the emotional, stylistic world that Liliko inhabits. The bonus full-color illustrations included in the edition released by Vertical, an imprint of Kodansha, are simply breathtaking.

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Welcome to Raccoon City is very different in style from the Resident Evil movies featuring Milla Jovovich. While also live-action, it embraces a very different feel and quality, though is also exceptionally fun. If you’re in it for something to shut your brain off, roll with it, and embrace the chaos, you will have an

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Things Heard and Seen 2021 Review

Things Heard and Seen is an unusual, psychological horror film where several tropes are turned on their heads, while the important beats are still captured. Domestic relationships, power dynamics, and identity are all explored in a way that respects the person as more than a victim and an archetype. A Manhattan artist relocates to the

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Silent Night is a very different kind of Christmas movie. Written and directed by Camille Griffin, in her directorial debut, everyone is gathering for a perfect Christmas party: friends, family, and lovers. Every detail is considered and prepared. Don’t forget the sticky toffee pudding, too, as an essential! This year is especially important, however, as

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Warning: The soundtrack for this film is very likely to trigger migraines. The first scene immediately sets the tone by framing a death scene with discordant, high pitched metallic sounds juxtaposing an idyllic, bright green farm. Within moments, the viewer gets a taste of what The Feast is going to be like. Fans of transcendental

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