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Gorgeous Ghost Game: Oxenfree

  You are Alex, and you’ve just brought your new stepbrother Jonas to an overnight island party gone horribly wrong.

REVIEW: ‘The Butchers’

Imagine if you will, Rod Serling reading this to you… “There is a place where time stands still. A bubble in which some genre movies exist where the conventions, themes and patterns haven’t changed since the 1980s. There’s the signpost… Continue Reading →

REVIEW: ‘Conjoined’

A couple of the hardest things to do in filmmaking are comedy and horror. It’s right up there with creating a billion-dollar blockbuster or dealing with anyone whose initials are Lindsay Lohan. There is a delicate alchemy in the creation… Continue Reading →

REVIEW: ‘The Casebook of Eddie Brewer’

Feel free to call me crazy now, but a long time ago – when I was far more fearless and impulsive than I am now – I had a brief interaction with a ghost. The girl I was living with… Continue Reading →

Thug Notes: Get Your Lovecraft On!

Have you ever wanted to read the weird tales of H.P. Lovecraft but found that they just weren’t street enough for you? Well, never fear – the fine folks at the Wisecrack YouTube channel have you covered with their Thug… Continue Reading →

REVIEW: ‘Sacrament’

In the name of full disclosure, I have to say here that I donated to the “Sacrament” crowdfunding effort. I got a t-shirt. Additionally, I know Shawn Ewert. Shawn Ewert is a friend of mine and you sir, are no… Continue Reading →

Waiting for ‘These Final Hours’

I haven’t been exposed to a lot of Austrailian horror, but what I’ve seen, I’ve liked. With that being said, I’m hoping that when this hits stateside that it’s as awesome as I think it will be.

REVIEW: ‘The Purge’

There was one of those internet card memes going around that, in essence, said: “I’m looking forward to the Zombie Apocalypse. Then I can go around and shoot all the stupid people.” I think the actual language is more succinct… Continue Reading →

REVIEW: ‘Aftershock’

Ever have one of those days? You know the kind: the ones that start out with you sleeping through your alarm, followed by running out of hot water in the middle of your shower, and then by cutting your face… Continue Reading →

REVIEW: ‘The Last Exorcism, Part 2’

In nature, mimicry and camouflage are used as a defense against predators. Whether it is the protective coloring of some species or even the clever anatomy of a stick bug, these mechanism help protect the weak or otherwise helpless. Hollywood… Continue Reading →

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