La Petite Mort 2009 Unearthed Films

La Petite Mort is a 2009 German splatter horror, written and directed by Marcel Walz with additional writing from Martin Hentschel. With a large Marcel Walz is most notable for the 2016 remake of Herschell Gordon Lewis’s classic 60s gore film Blood Feast, the horror comedy Avantgarde (2010), and the slasher horror Pretty Boy (2021).

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The Last Horror Movie is a 2003 British found footage horror mockumentary, written by James Handel and directed by Julian Richards. Beginning his career with the award-winning shorts Pirates (1987), Queen Sacrifice (1988), and Bad Company (1992); Julian later moved on to feature-length productions such as Darklands (1996) and Daddies Girl (2018) to name a

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There’s A New Christmas Monster in Town, And He Wants Your Nuts Every December, fans of shlock gather around their televisions and tune in to Tubi, scrolling excitedly through a new lineup of holiday-themed horror flicks that promise to tickle their funny bones and fulfill their need to watch Christmas get butchered. It’s not that

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Having just landed on Shudder UK, The Final Wish (2018) is director Timothy Woodward Jr’s third film and boasts a story from Jeffery Reddick, writer of the first two Final Destination films; a fact that is emblazoned across the film’s trailer. Micheal Welch plays Aaron, a young law graduate who’s failing to make a living

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Aspiring millennials and their first-world problems are inherently absurd, particularly when their bourgeois existence is challenged, or at least that’s what Who Invited Them relies upon as it attempts to mix comedy and horror in the affluent L.A hills. Writer/director Duncan Birmingham’s first full-length feature was shown during the 2022 FrightFest, arriving on Shudder shortly

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Blood-Red Ox (2021) is an ambitious attempt to capture the spirit of classic Italian horror cinema, and a bold step forward for the visibility of queer men in South American culture. But does it live up to the standards it aims to hit? Co-written by Nate Atkins and Rodrigo Bellott, who’s also the director –

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awakening of lilith film review

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, Lilith attempts to put the pieces together to try to understand the harrowing reality of

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“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 to gain. Or so they think…Lured by the promise of romantic connections and a substantial

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Three Dead Trick or Treaters

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 the living. All of this and more pours from the mad mind of an author

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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 victims he has set his sights on. As the group of friends prepares for Christmas

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