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‘The Master Cleanse’ Clip is Creepy, Crawly, and Cryptic

Down, out, and heartbroken, Paul attends a spiritual retreat to cleanse himself and fix his broken life but soon discovers that the cleanse releases more than everyday toxins…a lot more. The feature debut from Bobby Miller (TUB), THE MASTER CLEANSE is a trip and fantastic journey that examines how we …

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Success and Friends Don’t Mix in ‘Always Shine’ Trailer

Two friends, both actresses (HALT AND CATCH FIRE’s Mackenzie Davis and MASTERS OF SEX’s Caitlin FitzGerald), leave Los Angeles for Big Sur embarking on a weekend getaway to reconnect. Once alone, however, the two women’s suppressed jealousies and deep-seated resentments bubble to the surface, causing them to lose grasp not …

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Second Trailer for ‘The Eyes of My Mother’ is Spine Tingling

In their secluded farmhouse, a mother, formerly a surgeon in Portugal, teaches her daughter, Francisca, to understand anatomy and be unfazed by death. One afternoon, a mysterious visitor horrifyingly shatters the idyll of Francisca’s family life, deeply traumatizing the young girl, but also awakening some unique curiosities. Though she clings …

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Momentum Acquires Emilia Clarke Thriller ‘Voice From the Stone’

Ian Goggins, Momentum Pictures Senior Vice President of Content has just announced the acquisition of distribution rights to Eric D. Howell’s upcoming thriller Voice From the Stone. The film is based on a screenplay by Andrew Shaw which was adapted from the Italian novel “La Voce Della Pietra” by Silvio Raffo. …

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Captain Kelly’s Cryptids & Conspiracies Episode 8: Presidential Candidate Conspiracies ’16

This month our Captain ignores the surface level political issues, and focuses on what might be hiding under the floorboards (metaphorical and actual) of both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, as well as unconventional beliefs they might have. This is a Patreon exclusive episode available to anyone who supports us. Climb aboard.

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A 666-Character Review Of ‘Fear, Inc.’

What if there was a company that could make your most gruesome horror fantasies become a reality? Joe Foster, bored with his regular haunts, decides to give Fear, Inc. a go despite the company’s sinister reputation. As events escalate further and further, we’re left wondering if Joe’s experiences are real, …

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REVIEWTV

A 666-Character Review of ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again’

It’s just a jump to the left. Literally. Fox’s remake of the campy cult classic is definitely The Rocky Horror Picture Show, but it’s a bit off. Things open promisingly with a nod to the stage production as Ivy Levan belts out “Science Fiction/Double Feature” as the usherette, but what follows …

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A 666-Character Review Of ‘The Monster’

Equal parts creature feature and dark family drama, Bryan Bertino’s, The Monster, is simple, yet effective. This isn’t the manic, pixie, Zoe Kazan you’re used to. Drug addiction, divorce, abuse, all stacking on the shoulders of her daughter, Lizzy (Ella Ballentine). Then things get worse. An accident leaves this family stranded …

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PODCAST

Episode 96: WNUF Halloween Special / Halloween History

This week the open urn curse continues, we dig down to the roots of All Hallows’ Evening, talk some truly horrendous festive misfortunes, and review Chris LaMartina’s nostalgic nightmare, ‘WNUF Halloween Special’.    

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Weekly Watch: ‘Trick ‘r Treat’

Weekly Watch is a special series for the month of October. Each Friday we’re recommending a movie, and will follow it with a discussion led by a Frightday staffer on our facebook group in the days to follow. It just wouldn’t do for our Weekly Watch on Halloween to be just any …

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Scare Compare: ‘Halloween (1978)’ / ‘Halloween (2007)’

The original Halloween directed by John Carpenter and the remake by Rob Zombie are two very different films that have their own view of the same characters and their own style. Michael Meyers kills his sister when he was 6 years old for seemingly no reason. The scene at the …

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A 666-Character Review Of ‘Halloween (1978)’

Michael Meyers killed his sister as a young boy and became a shell of a person. Fifteen years later, he escapes a mental institution to return to his hometown to stalk Laurie Strode and her friends. Michael Meyers is the perfect embodiment of evil with his single minded nature and …

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Losing Your Phone gets Scary in ‘Recovery’ Trailer

Five years ago, a masked killer brutally murdered a group of friends. Since then the lone survivor has struggled to reclaim her shattered life. Wracked with guilt and paranoia, can ever have a normal existence again or is she destined to repeat the slaughter. Simultaneously the most intriguing and promising …

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Weekly Watch: ‘The Blob (1958)’

Weekly Watch is a special series for the month of October. Each Friday we’re recommending a movie, and will follow it with a discussion led by a Frightday staffer on our facebook group in the days to follow.  This week has been all about famous faces of fear for Frightday, and our …

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FILMREVIEW

A 666-Character Review Of ‘The Mummy (1932)’

The Mummy is Universal horror at its best: lush music, detailed sets, gorgeous costumes, impressive effects, and a tragic story. Imhotep’s makeup as the mummy looks completely desiccated. Once he appears human, the makeup is much more subtle, but his face is etched with deep lines remaining from his previous …

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A 666-Character Review Of ‘The Invisible Man (1933)’

Based on the novella by H.G. Wells, The Invisible Man is one of the more frightening of the old Universal monster movies; one part creature feature, two parts thriller. Claude Rains plays Jack Griffin, a chemist who turned himself both invisible and insane in one fell swoop. Rains gives a spectacular performance …

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Can You Resist the Call of the ‘SiREN’?

One week before his big wedding day, Jonah and his groomsmen hit the town for a wild night of club hopping and debauchery. The night soon takes a twisted turn for the worse when the group is invited to the seedy underground club, 50 North 40 West, a home to …

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Episode 95: Ouija: Origin of Evil / Ouija Boards

This week we talk a terrifyingly efficient use of Byron’s “downtime”, review Mike Flannign’s follow-up to the popular board game based horror film, Ouija: Origin of Evil, and discuss the history & probability of this spirit assisted communication method.  

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A 666-Character Review Of ‘The Wolf Man (1941)’

1941’s The Wolf Man is a shining example of modernizing folklore, creating a mythos in the collective pop conscious so well that it has resonated through 75 years of storytelling. Taking loose inspiration from classic folk stories, Universal Pictures concocted their own vision of the werewolf, played fantastically here by …

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A 666-Character Review Of ‘Kill List’

Jay is traumatized by a failed military mission in Kiev and doesn’t work for over a year. Tensions rise in his marriage and he accepts a hit man job to keep his family afloat that becomes darker than he expects. The film is like 3 in 1. It starts with …

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