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Channel Zero (2015): A Thrilling and Mind-Bending Journey

I'm an avid connoisseur of films from any genre. I love discovering gems or experiencing new ways of telling a story. After watching, Channel Zero,...
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Innsmouth (2015) Review –It’s An Eyefull

I’m a horror writer, and I have a confession to make…. I have a hard time reading H.P. Lovecraft. There…I said it. I have peers that have...
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After Hours (2016) Horror Short Review

Being a detective is hard work. Every day, you start your shift at the station with no idea what atrocities you'll witness or what evidence will...

Women in Horror Month Review: Mirror Mirror (1990)

February is Women in Horror Month and Shudder is celebrating with “A Woman’s Touch,” a brand new collection of films highlighting and honoring horror movies...
Bigfoot: The Movie - A Hairy Story of Friendship!

Bigfoot: The Movie (2015) – A Hairy Story of Friendship!

Bigfoot: The Movie is about as much fun as you could expect to have in rural, backwoods Pennsylvania. That is to say, quite a...
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Rings (2017) is a Solid Sequel to a Dormant Franchise

There are a select few PG-13 horror films that manage to generate authentic scares, one of those being 2002's The Ring. The Naomi Watts-led...

Blood of the Tribades Review: Where Weird Meets Awesome

Blood of the Tribades is a dark, artsy, retro flick, with a modern aesthetic. It’s also incredibly weird. The story follows the descendants of Bathor...

Women in Horror Month Review: My Sucky Teen Romance (2011)

February is Women in Horror Month and Shudder is celebrating with “A Woman’s Touch,” a brand new collection of films highlighting and honoring horror movies...
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Circus of the Dead (2014) Film Review

Clowns are everywhere in horror movies nowadays. Ever since the announcement of Rob Zombie's 31, evil clowns have come out of the woodwork - not...

Women in Horror Month Review: Dead Hooker in a Trunk (2009)

February is Women in Horror Month and Shudder is celebrating with “A Woman’s Touch,” a collection of films highlighting and honoring horror movies directed by...

The Walking Dead Review: “New Best Friends”

Last week's mid-season premiere of The Walking Dead provided fans with much-needed excitement and optimism as it delivered one of the strongest episodes of...
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XX (2017) is an Effective Showcase for Women in Horror

With Women in Horror Month in full swing, we're continuing our celebration of women in the genre that we love most. Perfectly timed in...
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Rob Zombie’s ’31’: Did it Live Up to the Hype?

There are certain elements expected with the announcement of a new Rob Zombie movie - a visual aesthetic reminiscent of a 70's grindhouse splatterpiece...
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Women in Horror Month Review: We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011)

February is Women in Horror Month and Shudder (AMC’s horror streaming service) is celebrating with “A Woman’s Touch,” a brand new collection of films...
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The Walking Dead Review: “Rock in the Road”

Welcome back, HorrorGeekLifers! We've all waited an eternity for The Walking Dead to return, and tonight is the night! "Rock in the Road" was...
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Blind Sun (2016) is a Stellar Debut for Joyce A. Nashawati

February is Women in Horror Month and Shudder (AMC’s horror streaming service) is celebrating with “A Woman’s Touch,” a brand new collection of films...
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Out of My Mind (2016) Short Film Review

Women in Horror Month continues as we review Out of My Mind, the 2016 short horror film from director Cindy Maples! Her film tells...
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Is Santa Clarita Diet (2017) Worth Digesting?

Netflix has proven themselves time and again with consistently great original content. The company's latest series, Santa Clarita Diet, stars Scream franchise alums Drew...

Antibirth (2016) is an Indie Genre Blend to get High on

Going into Antibirth, I knew nothing of the film other than that it was recently added to Netflix and that it starred the always-wonderful...
HEAD

HEAD (2015) Review: A Unique Homage to 80’s Slashers

Just when you think you've seen it all, there's always going to be a film that challenges the norm and presents you with a...