Some Critters Aren’t Meant To Be Kept As Pets “After raising an unnervingly talented spider in secret, 12-year-old Charlotte must face the facts about her pet, and fight for her family’s survival—when the once-charming creature rapidly transforms into a giant, flesh-eating monster.” Indie creature features are a dime a dozen, and usually land somewhere between

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The Woods of Hawthorne, Illinois are Haunted… “I wanted to make a horror movie that toys with your expectations. ‘Hag’ starts as one thing and then morphs into something totally different. There’s a lot of twists and turns, so hopefully our audience has fun with that. This is a film about three women making a

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The Fearway

If we were asked to close our eyes and picture a desert highway, most of us would envision the same thing: Route 66. The infamous east-west American highway has been something of an enigma for almost 100 years. It served as an escape route for those migrating west during the 1930s shortly after its construction,

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lets make our teacher have a miscarriage

Eichi Sato, known better in the following years for his work on the live-action adaptations of Lychee Hikari Club (2016) and Miso Misou (2018), found his way to shock us from the very beginning with his debut movie. Let’s Make the Teacher Have a Miscarriage Club (2011) is a film with many flaws, but its

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Nutcracker Massacre poster

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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Hocus Pocus 2

Love It or Hate It, The Sanderson Sisters Are Back! The reviews are in, and I think we all knew they’d be divided. Hocus Pocus (1993) is a cult classic that’s been growing its fanbase for almost thirty years, and rumours of a sequel floated around for at least a decade before Disney surprised us

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Old (2019)

M. Night Shyamalan’s Latest is Mediocre Old (2021) is an existential story about a beautifully secluded beach surrounded by rocks that will kill you, eventually. M. Night Shyamalan’s newest release features an ensemble cast vacationing at a tropical resort while sorting through personal issues and illnesses. Guy and Prisca Cappa (Gael Garcia Bernal and Vicky

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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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Infection Film Review

Infection (2019), originally titled Infeccion is writer/director Flavio Pedota’s debut feature-length film and Venezuela’s first zombie flick. While the movie contains many of the genre’s popular tropes, it is the location that sets it apart from all others. Pedota wanted viewers to know that he was not just making a zombie movie; he was exposing

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The Sadness Director

We are happy to present our interview with Rob Jabbaz, director of The Sadness as an incredible debut. The Sadness has achieved all kinds of accolades throughout festival circuits and is easily the most trendy watch of genre festivals in 2021. The film has been praised as a slick production of extreme cinema and notable for

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