Landlocked 2021 film review

I was fortunate to experience the 5th Unnamed Footage Festival Virtual edition, hosted shortly after their 5th in-theater festival which showcased some of the best new Found Footage horror films alongside a selection of classic gems. As a new festgoer to the UFF experience, I was uncertain what to experience from the night of curated

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Horror Comedy Levels

 Comedy Horror From the Bottom Shelf Horror Comedy is the beloved sub-genre that brings to mind everything from self-aware zombies to murderous inanimate objects, and the volume of films in the category is substantial. From big-budget blockbusters to movies you’d swear were filmed using an old 80s elementary school AV cart, the popularity of horror-comedy

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Legions 2022 movie

Fabián Forte’s Legions, an Argentine horror-comedy that premiered at the 2022 edition of the Fantaspoa Film Festival, is a delightful concoction bound to please fans of Sam Raimi, Alex de la Iglesia, Rodrigo Aragao and even Will Ferrell. A clever mix of horror and comedy is a really tricky balance to achieve, but Legions mostly succeeds

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Announcers with Doomsayer

I’ve always enjoyed debating an entertaining hypothetical scenario, and the crazier the better; from insane vs. match-ups of different competing franchises, to the animal kingdom, or even warring countries from different time periods. It’s especially enjoyable when those debating can defend a side by reeling off near encyclopaedic knowledge to back up their reasoning. Yet,

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Coffin House

Like the rest of the world, Hong Kong is slap bang in the middle of a housing crisis. With apartment sizes plummeting while prices skyrocket, some are forced into spaces no bigger than 20 square feet, paying up to $500,000 for a space where stretching your limbs out is a luxury. Conversely, Hong Kong also

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As a young girl who grew up stuffing my barbies into a toy replica of the monster truck Big Foot, Monster Man screamed out to me. What’s not to love about a couple of dudes getting chased down the highway by a giant monster truck with a coffin-shaped cab that feels straight out of Mad Max? After

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Dave Made a Maze

Dave Made a Maze is the story of a thirty-year-old starving artist who is sick of his own inability to finish anything, so he builds a giant maze out of cardboard boxes in his living room. When his girlfriend Annie (Meera Rohit Khumbani) comes home from a work trip to find the monstrosity in their

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Return of the Living Dead 1985 cover photo

 A film that begins by claiming everything we are about to see is based on true events, and ends with an imminent Apocalypse, puts the viewer in a strange place indeed. Are we watching from the other side of a Doomsday we can’t even remember happening? Are we already on Team Zombie and we don’t

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Store employees gather together with weapons to fight off zombie shoppers in Black Friday

In the anti-consumerist horror comedy Black Friday, a ragtag group of toy store employees try to fight off an infectious horde of customers during the worst day of the year to work in retail. Oh, and Bruce Campbell is their boss. Our story takes place in the We Love Toys megastore, where employees are working

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“The Lord giveth. The chamber taketh away.” The Ackerman’s have a family business: torture. When older brother Tyler (Seth O’Shea) goes missing, his sister Ava (Jessica Vano) is left in charge. She’s a woman with something to prove, and she’s going to assert her dominance on the Chamber’s next victim. Unfortunately for her, something paranormal

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