After winning Best Original Screenplay for Juno (2007) at both the Academy Awards and the BAFTA Awards, Diablo Cody was given carte blanche on her next full-length picture. What the general audience might not have expected at the time was that Cody was—and still is—a huge fan of horror films, so she took this opportunity

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Dead Sushi 2012

Dead Sushi is a 2012 Japanese splatter horror comedy film, written and directed by Noboru Iguchi, with additional writing from Makiko Iguchi and Jun Tsugita. Known for his over-the-top implementation of gore, comedy, and all-round silliness, Iguchi is known as the director behind such classics as The Machine Girl (2008), Robo-Geisha (2009), and Hentai Samurai

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Alpha The Killer Sloth Is The Next Creature Feature Superstar (This is an absurd review of an absurd movie, and may or may not contain true facts. If you enjoyed Scream Queens, you’ll like this one. Watch Slotherhouse for yourself, because “why the hell not?”. ) Emily Young, a senior, wants to be elected as

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An unassuming seaside town in southern England is thwacked, whomped, and clobbered by the resurgence of an enigmatic, squeaky-voiced, no-nonsense killer who brandishes a club to brutally execute his victims. Mr. Punch sends his regards. Punch (2023) is a new assault on the senses from prominent horror director Andy Edwards (Ibiza Undead, Midnight Peepshow), in

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Creepshow’s triumphant return for Season 3 brings an amplified dose of gore, exhilarating fun, and spine-chilling monsters. This season elevates the creature features to new heights, promising an intensified thrill ride for the audience. Here at Grimoire of Horror, we have ranked our top three episodes of the season!  #1 The Last Tsubaraya   The

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Tales from the Rez is a captivating look into the ghost stories of the Blackfoot Nation, presented in a format that’s instantly familiar to lovers of horror anthologies! Director Trevor Solway worked with Blackfoot Nation Films to bring to life the stories he heard growing up on a Native Canadian reserve. These ghost stories, overheard

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Finders F*ckin’ Keepers! Calling all low-budget sci-fi/horror comedy cinephiles! Do you enjoy scouring Tubi and YouTube for the most bizarre films to binge and brag about watching? Then, oh boy, do we have a winner for you! The Hyperborean (2023) has it all, and then some! It’s classed as a comedy sci-fi on IMDb, but

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And you thought your family was bad. Daniel Powell (Joel David Moore) is a sweet, gentle aspiring chef who has just become engaged to his lovely girlfriend Emily (Chantel Riley). All he wants now is to get his estranged family together in one place to introduce Emily and invite them to the wedding, but there’s

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Detention (2011)

Imagine if, in the early 1980s, nascent film directors John Hughes and Wes Craven met up with venerable science fiction author Ray Bradbury at a Northern California artist’s retreat. There, between the backdrop of the Santa Cruz mountains and the turbulent Pacific Ocean, perhaps over a fine Merlot and maybe some clandestine psychotropic herbs, the

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Here for Blood 2022

Here for Blood (2022) truly lives up to its name, catering to those with an insatiable appetite for wicked and outrageous carnage. Yet, beneath this tongue-in-cheek horror, resides a familiar trope that functions so effectively, that it will compel you to reconsider your love-and-hate affinity for campy horror productions. Director Daniel Turres undoubtedly possesses the

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