The Haunting of Whaley House (2012) Review

The Haunting of Whaley House (2012) Review The story follows Penny, who works as a tour guide at Whaley House, the most haunted house in America! On a morning tour showing around the guests, one of them starts seeing things. After seeing something strange for the third or fourth time, […]

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The Loved Ones (2009) Review

The Loved Ones (2009) Review Lola, a quiet loner,  works up the courage to ask Brent to the School Dance.  Brent lets her down quickly and politely because he is already planning on going to the Dance with his long time girlfriend, Holly.   Brent is racked with guilt over the […]

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Prime Evil (1988) Review

Prime Evil (1988) Review Over the years, the Church, Satan, and cults have played a big part in the horror genre.  Some- like “The Exorcist” had a huge impact on the genre, while others try, but fall a little short of the mark. A Satanic group of monks have survived […]

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NETFLIX’s Hemlock Grove Review

NETFLIX’s Hemlock Grove Review All 13 Episodes of NETFLIX’s Hemlock Grove from director Eli Roth are now online for streaming so guess what I am doing this weekend? I am sure that many of you will be joining me in checking out the series and I encourage you to share […]

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The Lords of Salem Review

The Lords of Salem Review Rob Zombie has really outdone himself with The Lords of Salem.  The film plays like a throwback to the psychedelic satanic Horror Movies of the early 70s.  The movie starts out with a slow build getting to know the lead character, Heidi.  Heidi, played by […]

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Young Frankenstein (1974) Review

Young Frankenstein (1974) Review From the opening black and white sequence in Young Frankenstein, that conveys a strongly ominous and foreboding atmosphere I believe what is immediately clear is the respect that Mel Brooks and his cinematographer Gerald Hirschfeld has for the original 1930 films. Crucially the contrasting black and […]

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Fang [Review]

Fang [Review] Werewolf films are few and far between, which is a shame, as they are one of my favorite movie monsters. So, when a new werewolf film hits, I’m more than likely to check it out. But, saying that, some just don’t seem to hit the mark and become quickly […]

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Fantasia 2018: The Ranger [Review]

Fantasia 2018: The Ranger [Review] Take nothing but pictures. Leave nothing but footprints. Kill nothing but time. Thus are the general rules of the forest-covered mountain. However, if you fall upon the park ranger, he’ll take away your life, leave you for dead, and kill everything but time. Come take […]

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Better Watch Out [Review]

Better Watch Out [Review] Christmas came early in Montreal as “Better Watch Out” made its Canadian premiere at the Fantasia International Film Festival. Chris Peckover, having written and directed “Undocumented” (2010), jumps into his second big director’s role, having also co-written “Better Watch Out” with Zack Kahn, and oh boy […]

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