FILMREVIEW

A 666-Character Review of ‘Cut Shoot Kill’

Cut Shoot Kill is a small indie horror film about the making of a small indie horror film. Serena, an aspiring actress, reluctantly takes the lead role in a slasher, but starts questioning things when actors seem to disappear from set. It’s a solid premise, but the final product isn’t …

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13 Horror Films From Around the World

While Hollywood tends to dominate the world of cinema, it is important and necessary to reflect on the releases outside of major American production houses. Even if you don’t think you’ve ever seen a foreign horror movie, you’ve probably seen a U.S. remake or at the very least a domestic …

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PODCAST

Episode 128: It Stains the Sands Red / Deadly Diseases

This week we join a cult, attempt to diagnose Kelly’s mystery condition, & review Colin Minihan’s walking dead, desert distress flick, It Stains the Sands Red. Emerging Infectious Diseases

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‘Cut Shoot Kill’ Trailer Blurs Reality

Cut Shoot Kill follows young actress Serena Brooks (played by Alexandra Socha) as she cuts her teeth in the industry. She reluctantly meets with director Alabama Chapman (Alex Hurt) who is casting for his upcoming horror movie. When Chapman proclaims that audiences are tired of being duped and want to …

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‘Downrange’ Trailer Exudes Intense Road Trip Gore

Six college students are carpooling cross-country when one of their tires blows out on a desolate stretch of country road. Getting out to fix the flat, they quickly discover that this was no accident. The tire was shot out. With their vehicle incapacitated, the group is pinned down and mercilessly …

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Demonic Forces Galore in ‘The Heretics’ Teaser

Cults, kidnapping, ritual sacrifice, creatures, and…body horror? The Heretics teaser is covered in heavy religious overtones, starting with the title alone, so if that’s not your bag, this film probably isn’t for you. But if you’re into dark, bloody, mysterious, and seemingly sensual explorations into spiritual ambiguity, be sure to …

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Gruesome Games Continue in ‘Jigsaw’ Trailer

Bodies are turning up around the city, each having met a uniquely gruesome demise. As the investigation proceeds, evidence points to one man: John Kramer. But how can this be? The man known as Jigsaw has been dead for over a decade. Sometimes franchises go on for too long. They …

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FILMREVIEW

A 666-Character Review of ‘Gut’

Two friends get in over their heads when they level up their horror game, ordering authentic murder flicks from the dark web. What’s the worst that could happen? Pretty much exactly what you’d expect… Mononymous director, “Elias”, defiantly had a vision, but struggled to flesh it out. Moments of practical …

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A 666-Character Review of ‘Bender’

Bender is based on the true story of the worlds first known serial killer family set in the late 1800’s. As a fictional dramatization of those events, it did not make much of an impression on me. The lackluster story line could have been far more intriguing as a true …

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A 666-Character Review of ‘It Stains the Sands Red’

It Stains the Sands Red is about a woman’s long run of bad luck in the American southwest. The film wastes no time, as things start going downhill for Molly—our heroine—in the very first scene. And it seldom gets better for her as it continues. In a way, it’s a …

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FILMNEWS

Remake of Coppola’s ‘Dementia 13’ to Arrive This Fall

From the production company that delivered quality horror content such as “The X-Files” and “The Twilight Zone”, Chiller Films announced today the upcoming release of their new horror thriller Dementia 13. This re-telling of Francis Ford Coppola’s 1963 film of the same name is directed by Richard LeMay (The Dark Rite, Naked …

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PODCAST

Episode 127: Wish Upon / Djinn

This week we mourn a significant loss, talk supernatural desire dealers, & review the latest PG-13, midsummer, seat filler called Wish Upon. RIP George Andrew Romero February 4, 1940 – July 16, 2017

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FILMREVIEW

A 666-Character Review of ‘The Gracefield Incident’

The Gracefield Incident is filled with twists, but its multiple threads don’t create a satisfying story. The found-footage film starts strong. The main characters—Matthew Donovan, played by Mathieu Ratthe who also is Gracefield‘s director and writer, and Jessica Donovan, played by Kimberly Laferriere — get in a car crash. This …

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Family and Cult Collide in ‘Jackals’ Trailer

Set in the 1980s, an estranged family hires a cult deprogrammer to take back their teenage son from a murderous cult, but find themselves under siege when the cultists surround their cabin, demanding the boy back. This trailer is giving off three distinct vibes: slasher, cult, and survival horror. Even …

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First Look at ‘Another Wolfcop’

Alcoholic werewolf cop Lou Garou springs into action when an eccentric businessman with evil intentions seduces Woodhaven’s residents with a new brewery and hockey team in this outrageous horror-comedy sequel. Those who missed out on the original Wolfcop may not know exactly what they’re looking at here, but they’re certainly not lost …

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Family is Reunited in ‘Ayla’ Trailer

A man haunted by the mysterious death of his 4-year-old sister brings her back to life thirty years later as an adult woman, with dire consequences. Ayla is the latest effort from writer-director Elias. This first trailer shows off some intriguing cinematography paired with a soliloquy by a struggling protagonist. …

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A 666-Character Review of ‘Terror 5’

Terror 5 is an ambitious effort from Argentinian filmmakers the Rotstein brothers. It covers five stories and as many subgenres, with one story doubling as a wraparound of sorts. Each is said to be based on a regional urban legend, but the wraparound is distinctly supernatural and out of step …

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A Chainsaw is an Unfortunate Present in ‘Leatherface’ Trailer

In Texas, years before the events of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, in the early days of the infamous Sawyer family, the youngest child is sentenced to a mental hospital after a suspicious incident leaves the sheriffs’ daughter dead. Ten years later, he kidnaps a young nurse and escapes with 3 …

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A 666-Character Review of ‘Watch the Sunset’

Watch the Sunset takes viewers to a small town in Australia and follows a day in the life of detestable protagonist, Danny. A unflinching view of what it takes to exit your friendly neighborhood heroin trade. Spoiler alert: it is not so friendly. Artfully done in a one-take shot and …

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PODCAST

Episode 126: Killing Ground / Cryptids Down Under

This week…oh this week…Byron watches everything, we talk unrecognized Australian wildlife, and review a film so appalling that Kelly almost quit the show… An Aussie survival horror film directed by Damien Power, called Killing Ground.

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I have to agree with Ashley C and William Jones the film Megan is Missing is one movie that scares the heck out of you because it can really happen.…

Jack

Handmades tale is a great book and a great move

Byron McKoy
Byron McKoy

Love you too, Jake! Opinions on the content aside, I feel the show is just soaked in true awfulness and dread. Something that I really dig in my viewies. I've…

Jake

I digress though, I apologize for the Handmaid rant. I've got an extreme feminist neighbor who I had a rather long debate over this with. She swore that Margarete Atwood…