White Noise 2022

  Life is a Train Wreck In the final days of 2022, most of us were looking toward 2023 with hearts full of hope, and faith that the moment those glittery balls dropped around the world, we would finally be free of the hellscape our lives have become. The new year couldn’t possibly be as

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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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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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Bite is a 2022 British horror thriller, written and directed by James Owen, with additional writing from Tom Critch. Although a trained trauma surgeon, James started creating short films around 2017 with the comedy short Jaffacakes (2017), with Bite being James’ feature-length debut. After a failed robbery of a dog fighting ring, young con artists

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The Show 1927 Review

Tod Browning is best known for directing creepy, silent films such as Freaks and Dracula, but before he made movies, he was a circus performer and carnival sideshow host. Perhaps that’s what makes the images in The Show so compelling.  Cock Robin hosts a vaudeville sideshow in Budapest. Magicians perform stunning acts that dazzle the

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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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Hellraiser fans rejoiced when the news broke out that Clive Barker would be regaining the U.S. rights to his novella The Hellbound Heart and the film it spawned in December of 2021. This meant that any upcoming Hellraiser projects would need his stamp of approval before going forward after the specified date. After a series

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Random Acts of Violence

Slasher Horror With a Conscience It’s no secret that as a society, we have become obsessed with serial killers. The most popular podcasts and television series over the past decade have explored the horrifying true crimes of killers who eluded detection long enough to gain infamy. We can’t get enough of it, even though we

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Coming-of-age stories with horror backdrops typically have the upper hand when it comes to bringing a unique vision due to the genre’s ability to tackle topics in ways that other films might not. I hadn’t really thought about it before, but there are quite a number of titles that fall into this category and are

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The Creeping

The Creeping (2022) is the cinematic homage to 1980s gothic horror that we’ve all been waiting for. Watching it will remind you of the first scary movie you watched as a child, clutching pillows to your face in the basement den while your parents thought you were watching Scooby Doo. It maintains the era’s subtle

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