V/H/S/94 Rewinds the Franchise and Finds New Scares

Nearly a decade has passed since horror anthology V/H/S saw a limited theatrical release. Both its unique wraparound story and roster of up-and-coming directors set the anthology movie apart. In spite of tepid reviews, V/H/S generated enough box office receipts and audience buzz to warrant two sequels and a spin-off. That first sequel, V/H/S 2, […]

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Trench 11 Struggles to Find Momentum or Scares

The horror genre has a long, rich history of using Nazis as monsters. From Isla, She-Wolf of the SS to more recent entries like Dead Snow and Frankenstein’s Army, the Nazis have offered the genre some good villains for reasons that shouldn’t need further explanation. Later this fall, J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions is releasing […]

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The Autopsy of Jane Doe: Destined to be a Classic

Raven Banner debuted The Autopsy of Jane Doe at the midnight section of the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2016. With only a limited subsequent theatrical release, Jane Doe flew under a lot of horror fans’ radars. Word of mouth, however, has been positive. Now Jane Doe looks to be getting the Netflix release it deserves. Synopsis Local police […]

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