Sometimes, Netflix comes out with an unexpected horror film that reinvigorates my hopes for the platform in terms of horror content. For the past few days, it was the Fear Street trilogy (our review of 1, 2, 3). A while back, it was the Polish slasher, Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight. (Is it telling

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Fear Street 1978 Camp Nightwing

I can’t believe that in my review of Fear Street: 1994, I forgot to mention the most important part of a successful slasher film: the sequel. Some slashers don’t always give us the promise of more, but others such as Halloween and Friday the 13th telegraph the continuing carnage from the first few scenes of

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Black Summer Season 2 review

Black Summer series 2 dropped on Netflix recently, so writers Dustin Domingo and Luke Greensmith have joined forces to explain what’s different about yet another zombie franchise, giving a thorough run down of both series. SYNOPSIS In the glut of zombie media, Black Summer stands out. It provides an intense, fast-paced story with realistic and

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The Eight Night Korean Horror Review

Konnichiwa! Dia Duit! Wazzup! Straight Outta Kanto here braving the torrential rain and grim humidity of Summer in Ireland to bring you a review of biblical proportions. Originally a casualty of pandemic related delays, Kim Tae-Hyung’s Horror-Mystery The Eight Night has finally been unleashed on Netflix like an archaic curse prophesied in aeons past. If you’re

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Fear Street 1994 Skull Mask Killer

Ten years ago in 1994, I was walking into the local bookstore to pick the new…wait….that was 27 years ago? Fine then, I will start over. Almost 3 decades ago, with my allowance in hand, I was strolling into the local bookstore on a mission to snag the newest Goosebumps book by R.L. Stine. I

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Ghost Lab Thai Horror Film REview

Ghost Lab is a supernatural Thai horror that has an extraordinary, unique story accompanied by a massive twist. However, it has an unnecessarily long run time of almost two hours! Yep, you heard right! The director Paween Purijitpanya is no stranger to the horror genre after having the likes of horror anthologies such as Phobia

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ROH AKA Soul Film Review Malaysian Horror

The modern age of cinema is a wonderful thing, for all of the collective conscience cooing for anything nostalgia soaked we are lucky to have access to film from around the world – the ability to access unique stories and narratives. While film may have always been an international affair thanks to festivals and specialty

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Amityville Horror House Documentary Review

Dubbed the most evil house in America by demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren, 112 Ocean Avenue, Amityville, Long Island, New York has definitely piqued the curiosity of many horror fans and paranormal investigators around the world. The Dutch Colonial style house was built in 1928 and since the Lutz’s, it has been renovated several times

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Alice in Borderland Netflix

The “trapped in sadistic games” subgenre is a pretty underpopulated one at present. We have the Saw franchise, and soon its spin off Spiral. We have the Cube films, one of which is pretty great and the rest of which are pretty made for TV. There’s The Collector, I guess, but that’s more a reverse

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review of netflix sweet home

Sweet Home, a South Korean horror TV show based on a webtoon of the same name, is a story about an epidemic that causes humans to transform into horrific monsters, centering on the trapped residents of the Green Home housing complex as they battle to survive. On the surface this is fairly straightforward; a ragtag

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