The Show Film Review

If you have been a fan of comic books at all in the last 30 years, you will probably recognize the name Alan Moore. He flipped the superhero genre on its head with Watchmen, entered into a world of ecological horror with his run on Swamp Thing, and took on a fascist state in V

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Lake of the Dead FIlm Review

The Hammer films of the late ’50s and ’60s are my go-to comfort films. I’m particularly partial to ones starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, but honestly, who doesn’t love those? Older horror films don’t have all of the high budget effects and scare gags that a lot of their modern counterparts do, so they

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Poser Film Review

Finding a sense of belonging is built into the core of human existence. In Poser, the debut feature from filmmakers Noah Dixon and Ori Segev, we delve deep into the underground art and music scene of Columbus, Ohio to explore the story of a twenty-something woman who desperately wants to fit in and discovers just

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I’m no stranger to films about sentient cars. I probably watched The Love Bug no fewer than 563 times as a kid and my grandfather always had on reruns of Knight Rider when I would go visit. So the idea of a car that has a mind of its own wasn’t foreign to me, but

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Mad God Film Review

There aren’t many people who can say they have taken thirty years to complete a project. At the current rate, George R.R. Martin might be able to when he finally finishes the Winds of Winter, but in the entertainment, industry time is usually of the essence. Cinematic trends will come and go and so will

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She Will Film Review

Veteran actress Veronica (Alice Krige) has just undergone a double mastectomy and has decided to go to a secluded retreat with her nurse in order to heal both physically and mentally from her recent trauma. Upon her arrival, she is met with the unwelcome surprise that her getaway is being shared by a group of

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Zalava Film Review

A little bit of superstition never really hurts anyone and for most people their superstitions are pretty mild. That isn’t the case for the residents of Zalava, a small town in Kurdistan, as they believe that the only way to restrain a demon that has possessed someone’s body is to shoot that person in the

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Bingo Hell Review

There aren’t a lot of production studios left that are devoted to horror. The two big ones that come to mind for me are Sam Raimi’s Ghosthouse Pictures and Blumhouse. Bingo Hell is the most recent film in the new Welcome to the Blumhouse series on Amazon Prime. If you aren’t familiar with the format,

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The Exorcism of God Film Review

The exorcism subgenre can be a bit of a double-edged sword. It’s so easy to rely on cheap makeup effects and jump scares in order to quickly turn a profit, which is fine, but the ones that really stand out are those that truly have something to say. Every subgenre within horror is capable of

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This is GWAR Review

How many of you have been to a GWAR show? If you haven’t, I bet you know someone who has and I can guarantee you that person has some stories they would love to tell you about. Even if you don’t listen to heavy metal, or rock and roll, you’ve probably even heard of GWAR

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