Netflix really stepped up its Halloween game this year, launching more exclusive horror series in October 2022 than any other non-themed streaming service in North America. Horror fans have grown accustomed to building their excitement for Mike Flanagan’s annual addition after The Haunting of Hill House series aired in 2018, but this year, a new

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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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I’m sure in one way or another, everyone is at least somewhat familiar with the works of Edgar Allen Poe. From the plethora of film adaptations as well as their reference in popular culture, the author was a powerhouse of American Gothic-horror literature and a monumental influence to many creators that followed in his stead.

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A police raid uncovers a mysterious figure who refers to himself as ‘The Traveler’ (played by Efren Ramirez), and as the sole survivor of a massacre, he is brought in for questioning. As the night goes on, he warns the detectives of an impending threat headed for the police station, coming to stake their claim

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*Disclaimer: Featured image is, in fact, probably not Misfits Era Glen Danzig In a darkened room a shrouded figure tells a group of kids three scary tales. “Satan’s Necklaces” follows a man who finds a cursed necklace that transforms him into a murderous demon. The second story, “Sliced in Cold Blood,” shows a man going

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An Anthology That Explores the Personal Horrors of Five Aspiring Writers  Scare Us (2022) is an anthology of five horror stories that range from great ideas that could have been done better to truly creepy cinematic excellence. It’s an odd experience for the viewer who chooses to sit through the rough spots only to find

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We all love a good horror anthology, don’t we? From Creepshow (1982), Trick ‘r Treat (2007), The ABCs of Death (2012) to V/H/S (2012), horror anthologies have been a favorite in the horror genre, thanks to their multiple stories and enduring entertainment value. And aside from these examples, the Philippines turns out to be the home

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Ax Wound Film Festival Banner

The Ax Wound Film Festival is a horror fest featuring works by female and non-binary filmmakers. In December 2021, with the help of the Future Of Film Is Female initiative, they showcased a collection of ten short films from 2021 Alumni (the collection is still available to rent here). From the quality of these shorts

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V/H/S/94

When the first V/H/S film initially released in 2012, its impact on the horror community was immediately felt, creating shocking scenarios presented in intimate detail through the found footage format. This led to two follow up films, both varied in success, that further consolidated the prowess. After a short break after the ill received V/H/S

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Content Warning: This film contains depictions of necrophilia. Bad Candy takes place in the town of New Salem during Halloween, where two radio DJ’s invite callers to share local myths. However, for the residents, these tales may be more than just urban legends. From clowns, to haunted houses, creatures, and more, maybe your darkest fear

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