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INSTANT REVIEW: ‘Intruder’

While scrolling through the horror titles on Netflix the other day I came across Intruder. Just from browsing over the description I found two things that intrigued me enough to hit play. Right off I was interested at the thought… Continue Reading →

REVIEW: ‘The Whisperer In Darkness’

Nothing good is easy. I’m sure I’m not the first person to say that but I will tell you to carve that in stone. Be it in work, play, life or love; it’s just one of those universal truths. And… Continue Reading →

INSTANT REVIEW: ‘The Stay Awake’

Netflix Instant is a great way to catch up on a lot of films that you might not have had time for or might not have even knew existed before. However, the sheer number of them available might make choosing… Continue Reading →

REVIEW: ‘The Devil Inside’

Right now, somewhere in the dark, cobweb-dusted recesses of my mind, a rabbit and a duck argue. Familiar voices bicker back and forth… “Rabbit season!” “Duck season!” “Rabbit season!” “Duck season!” It goes on like this for some time until… Continue Reading →

REVIEW: ‘The Thing’

These days, there are two words that can strike fear into the hearts of many movie goers: “horror remake” – especially if those words are immediately followed by the words “from Platinum Dunes.” Usually, these words mark yet another pointless,… Continue Reading →

REVIEW: ‘Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark’

We live in the age of the Disney fairy tale. In these stories, the heroes and heroines are invariably young and beautiful. A lot of times, they are a bit naïve in the ways of the world and much of… Continue Reading →

Local Horror: Tammy Dupal and ‘X Marks the Spot’

I’ve said it before and it’s worth repeating, “Indie horror is where life is breathed into the genre. Hollywood is just where it goes to die.” As my disillusionment with the corporate horror machine continues, I find some solace in… Continue Reading →

REVIEW: ‘Final Destination 5’

Like many parts of the country these days, the horror genre has been firmly in the grips of a drought for the last few years. True relief has been scarce and we find ourselves grateful for even the slightest promise… Continue Reading →

‘Annotated’ – The TerrorScribe Mafia’s First Film

Here it is…Quite honestly, it’s left me speechless. Not because it’s any great cinematic achievement but because it’s like a monumentally bad cook suddenly discovering he can successfully boil water. OK, maybe it’s not that bad either.Still, here it is.

DVD REVIEW: ‘Chainsaw Sally: Season One’

From the ages of about eight to thirteen, I was more or less surgically attached to a library. For us old folks, the library was our internet, except that it was made out of paper. Completely unlike the current internet,… Continue Reading →

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