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Scare Compare: ‘The Evil Within’ Franchise

“A unified consciousness for all mankind. “ That is the goal of Mobius, a shadowy organization attempting to create a simulated world by connecting the consciousness of multiple persons, willing or otherwise. From STEM’s inception, it has had one major downfall: it requires a Core. The Core is a centralized …

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Episode 138: Creep 2 / The Black Dahlia Murder Pt II

This week we talk some premium EVP content, confidently solve the violent murder of Elizabeth Short, and dive back into the mind of Joseph…I mean Aaron…Peachfuzz?…reviewing Patrick Brice’s, Creep 2.   I know who killed the Black Dahlia: my own father Black Dahlia Avenger: A Genius for Murder Black Dahlia Avenger …

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A 666-Character Review of ‘Stranger Things’ ‘Chapter One: MADMAX’

The Duffer Brothers had a lot to live up to with the second season of their runaway hit show, and I’m happy to say that they are off to a strong start. MADMAX picks up exactly 352 days after season 1. New dynamics on old relationships shape the story, allowing …

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‘Stranger Things’ Season 1: Recap & Review Pt. 4

With season two of the smash hit Stranger Things coming out this Friday (October 27th), there’s no better time to refresh yourself on what happened in Hawkins, Indiana than right now. This is part four of a four part series recapping and reviewing the first season of the Netflix series. Spoilers ahead. …

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A 666-Character Review of ‘Dark Crystal’

Though nothing I’ve watched for Frightday has given me nightmares, this film has certainly come the closest. A newly discovered fear of Jim Henson-style puppets didn’t make this experience any less distressing. I will be the first to admit that going into this watch with absolutely no nostalgic ties didn’t …

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‘Stranger Things’ Season 1: Recap & Review Pt. 3

With season two of the smash hit Stranger Things coming out this Friday (October 27th), there’s no better time to refresh yourself on what happened in Hawkins, Indiana than right now. This is part three of a four part series recapping and reviewing the first season of the Netflix series. Spoilers ahead. …

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A 666-Character Review of ‘Monster Squad’

Dracula unites his monsters to take over the world with only a group of horror fan kids standing in his way. This was one of the movies I watched hundreds of times as a kid. It was so cool to see kids fighting against monsters and saving the world with …

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13 of Our Favorite 80s Horror Flicks

The 1980s were a golden era for mainstream horror. It was full of slashers, body horror, ghouls, sci-fi, and dark comedies just to name a few. This list was a collaborative effort among the Frightday staff to compile a list of some of our favorite films from the decade, movies …

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‘Cold Ground’ Trailer is a Found footage Throwback

1976: Melissa and David, two young journalists, leave for the French-Swiss border to investigate a strange case of cattle mutilations and record testimonies. Yet, once they get there, the scientific team they were supposed to meet has gone missing. This trailer for the latest film out of France is sure …

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Captain Kelly’s Cryptids & Conspiracies Episode 16: Electronic Voice Phenomenon

After…God knows how long in the Bermuda Triangle, the Captain and Cab’n Boyz are back. Tune in, turn up, listen close…cause you might just hear departed dialogue. Enjoy and believe…Captain’s orders. This is a Patreon exclusive episode available to anyone who supports us at the $4 a month level. Climb aboard.

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‘Stranger Things’ Season 1: Recap & Review Pt. 2

With season two of the smash hit Stranger Things coming out this Friday (October 27th), there’s no better time to refresh yourself on what happened in Hawkins, Indiana than right now. This is part two of a four part series recapping and reviewing the first season of the Netflix series. Spoilers ahead. …

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REVIEWTV

‘Stranger Things’ Season 1: Recap & Review Pt. 1

With season two of the smash hit Stranger Things coming out this Friday (October 27th), there’s no better time to refresh yourself on what happened in Hawkins, Indiana than right now. This is part one of a four part series recapping and reviewing the first season of the Netflix series. Spoilers ahead. …

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Another 666-Character Review of ‘Pet Sematary’

Pet Sematary, a Stephen King book-to-film adaption, holds up nearly 30 years after its initial theatrical release. Pet Sematary remains a truly disturbing watch to this day thanks to its morbid tone and unrelenting meanness. Although Sematary‘s main characters—the Creed family and Jud Crandell (Fred Gwynne)—are kind-hearted and well-meaning, the …

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A 666-Character Review of ‘Creep 2’

Mark Duplass reinvents Josef as Aaron, an upfront serial killer in need of inspiration to continue his life’s work. He ropes in skeptical Sara (Desiree Akhavan) as his new videographer who does not believe his murderous claims. Duplass reaffirms his horror acting chops while Akhavan proves herself worthy as a …

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A 666-Character Review of ‘Firestarter’

Firestarter is a 1984 film starring an adorable young Drew Barrymore who plays the child of parents who were part of a medical experiment that left them with telekinetic abilities. As a result, Drew’s character “Charlie” is born with pyrokenesis, but has a hard time controlling her powers. For an …

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Supernatural Tragedy Strikes in ‘I Remember You’

A story about a young man and woman who move into a small abandoned town in Iceland to renovate an old house. Little do they know the town has a dark history. The trailer for the latest Icelandic horror export, I Remember You, gives viewers a dark and washed out …

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Weekly Watch: ‘The Lost Boys’

Weekly Watch is a special series for the month of October. Each Monday we’re sharing a movie, and a Frightday staffer will lead a discussion on our Facebook group the following Friday. After moving to a new town, two brothers discover that the area is a haven for vampires. The Lost Boys …

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Scare Compare: ‘Psycho’ (1960) / ‘Psycho’ (1998)

Thirty-eight years after Alfred Hitchcock’s iconic Psycho debuted the world was met with a remake. Helmed by Gus Van Sant (Good Will Hunting, Milk), Psycho (1998) is a nearly shot for shot remake of Hitchcock’s original vision. It’s been critically panned since its release, and rightfully so. The best place …

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Tempers Boil in ‘Sweet Virginia’ Trailer

In the wake of a triple murder that leaves the residents of a remote Alaskan outpost on edge, tightly wound drifter Elwood (Christopher Abbott) checks into a motel run by Sam (Jon Bernthal), a former rodeo champion whose imposing physical presence conceals a troubled soul. Bound together by their outsider …

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Episode 137: The Babysitter / The Black Dahlia Murder

This week we discuss courtroom attire, dig into Hollywood’s most famous unsolved murder, and talk an au pair nightmare reviewing McG’s, The Babysitter. We also welcome Patrick Brice back to the program, as well as his on screen sequel replacement, Desiree Akhavan to talk all things Creep 2.   The 1943 mugshot …

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