The Crucifixion: True Story, Fake Scares

Exorcism-themed movies are so plentiful in horror that they’re practically their own subgenre. Don’t believe me. Check out Netflix’s current horror titles. I’m willing to bet there’s several movies with some possession story element. Veronica, Deliver Us From Evil, The Rite, The Taking of Deborah Logan, The Possession – they’re all still floating around Netflix. […]

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Satanic Sacrifices Scares For Familiar Occult Tropes

At present, we’re in a post-Halloween hangover. There’s just a lack of good quality new horror movies hitting streaming platforms. So while we wait for something new and interesting to pop up, I’ve taken to scouring old titles on Netflix. In the spirit of the upcoming holiday season, I will brave unknown titles for you. […]

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May The Devil Take You: A Devilish Homage To Evil Dead

Netflix released Indonesian horror homage, May The Devil Take You (Sebelum Iblis Menjemput) this past Friday. Timo Tjahjanto served as writer and director on this Sam Raimi-esque story about Faustian deals and family curses. Previously, Tjahjanto contributed to the recent anthology movies, V/H/S 2 and ABC’s of Death. With May the Devil Take You, Tjahjanto […]

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Trick or Treat: Tasty Picks for a Halloween Movie Night

Happy Halloween! Horror fans don’t need an excuse to watch a good scary movie. But it’s Halloween, a night where even non-horror fans can appreciate curling up on the couch with the lights out and a classic chiller. But how do you pick that one movie, or maybe two, to watch after the trick-or-treaters call […]

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Haunted on Netflix: A Rock In Your Trick-Or-Treat Bag

Netflix boasts quite a selection of documentaries. Foodies have Chef’s Table and Ugly Delicious, both of which make cooking more fascinating than you could imagine. For the budding criminologists, there’s the addictive How to Make a Murderer. This past week, Netflix gifted horror fans with the horror docu-series, Haunted. But don’t get excited. As it […]

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Castle Rock: Episodes 1-3

This past week streaming platform Hulu debuted its original series, Castle Rock. Of course, Stephen King fans should recognize that title as its a fictional town that has appeared in several of the author’s work. Castle Rock has promised a television series that will work various parts of King’s past work into something of its […]

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Ghost Stories Marks the Return of the British Horror Anthology

Older horror fans recall Amicus Productions and the British horror anthology films they released in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Some of these old-school British chillers included classics like Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors, The House That Dripped Blood, Asylum, and Tales from Crypt. Horror legends like Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing regularly appeared along with […]

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Cushing, Lee, and Price – Hidden Gems in Their Filmography

This past weekend marked the birthdays of not one, but three icons of the horror genre. Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, and Vincent Price would have all celebrated birthdays over the last weekend of May. Throughout the 1950’s to the late 1970’s, all three performers defined the horror genre with their various roles. They are horror […]

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The Omen: The Devil is in the Details

The 1970’s was a golden age for horror films in general. It was a decade that saw the release of several classics of the genre including The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Dawn of the Dead, and Halloween. It was also a good decade for the Devil himself. Following the success of Rosemary’s Baby and the Manson family […]

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The Devil’s Rain Offers Cheesy Fun for B-Film Fans

You can often distinguish casual film fans who happen to enjoy a good scary movie once in a while from the horror film buff based on their appreciation of the rare and sometimes inept examples of the genre. The Devil’s Rain is probably as good as a litmus test as you could ask for as […]

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