Saloum a Gripping Mix of Western, Revenge Thriller, and Ghost Story

As summer gives way to fall and Halloween quickly approaches, Shudder continues to platform a diverse range of horror movies. Everything from obscure old movies to international offerings, the mini-horror Netflix continues to distinguish itself as the best option for international horror fans outside of Screambox. Today, Shudder has released African horror movie, Saloum. From […]

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Pledge This – Celebrate Greek Life With These 11 College Campus Horror Movies

Thousands of college and university students will return to campus this week for O-Week festivities. No, it’s no longer called Frosh Week. At some larger Canadian campuses, where fraternities and sororities still do their thing, students will be looking for a place to belong. Down south in the United States, where Greek life is arguably […]

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Fall Has One Last Summer Thrill-Ride For Audiences

Gimmick and/or single-setting horror movies aren’t uncommon. And when done right, they can be a supremely effective way of putting audiences in the shoes of characters trapped in pretty awful circumstances. Mandy Moore found herself trapped in a shark cage for 47 Meters Down while Open Water left two scuba divers bobbing on the ocean. […]

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Who Invited Them Invites You to Stay For a Nightcap

What’s worse than a guest overstaying their welcome? How about someone showing up uninvited? Hollywood has played the guest who would not leave for laughs (Madhouse, What About Bob? You Me, and Dupree), suspense (Windfall), and horror (Funny Games). On horror streaming platform Shudder, writer and director Duncan Birmingham moves from short films to a […]

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PussyCake Compensates for Bizarro Story with Bizarro Gore

We’re two-thirds of he way through 2022 and it’s looking like this is going to be a breakout year for Argentinian horror movies. To date, Virus: 32, Welcome to Hell, and On the Third Day have represented the genre on behalf of Argentinian filmmakers. Now the latest horror movie from the South American country, PussyCake, […]

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Rob Zombie’s Halloween II is a True Zombie Movie, For Better and Worse

One could probably make the case that Rob Zombie wasn’t going to make anyone happy when he remade John Carpenter’s Halloween. Whether you liked the remake’s first half – a deep dive into Michael Myers’ disturbed upbringing – it was … different. The second half of Zombie’s remake felt forced into story we already knew. […]

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The Last Exorcism Casts Out Decent Demonic Scares From Found-Footage Format

When it hit theatres in 2010, The Last Exorcism was riding the peak of the found-footage horror wave. Three years earlier, Paranormal Activity solidified found-footage as a viable subgenre. Cloverfield, [REC] and its American remake, Quarantine, The Fourth Kind, Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon, among others, flooded the cineplexes. But The Last […]

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