Followers Film Review

Noted as the only found footage horror film playing at 2021 FrightFest, Followers  combines comedy that pokes at the modern social influencer landscape and supernatural horror. As the found footage genre has excelled in a way to inject commentary and scares on a budget, the promised amalgamation spoke to the best elements of the genre. What

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Terrified Film Review

Terrified, existing as one of the earlier Shudder exclusives, is a a supernatural horror film from Argentina that has seen a fair amount of accolades – it has been sitting on my watchlist for some time. Resolved to delve deeper into exclusives to the streaming service, I decided this was the best place to start. 

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Shu-wei is the constant target of savage bullying by a group of charismatic fellow students. A twist of fate has him spending the night with them doing community service at an assisted living facilty… and becoming friends. This friendship takes a turn when the group stumbles across and captures a flesh eating monster in the

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Yokai Girl Kirin Review

Fans of serialized tokusatsu shows or classic anime OVAs from the 80s and 90s will find themselves right at home checking out this entry at the 2021 Japan-Filmfest Hamburg (JFFH). The story follows the adorable but cold Kirin, a girl who travels across Japan seeking other yokai that have become overwhelmed with evil intentions so

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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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Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining is most definitely a landmark of horror history. I’ve personally seen it several times and it’s still effectively atmospheric. However, Stephen King’s book, the source material of Kubrick’s film, has been sitting in my shelf, unread until now. WHAT IS IT? Written by Stephen King, The Shining is about a family

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“The Empty Man is a supernatural horror film based on a popular series of Boom! Studios graphic novels. After a group of teens from a small Midwestern town begin to mysteriously disappear, the locals believe it is the work of an urban legend known as The Empty Man. As a retired cop investigates and struggles

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