The Dead Zone: A Chilling Blend of Supernatural and Human Drama

Stephen King week continues here with another blast from the past. Though it wouldn’t be accurate to characterize The Dead Zone as underrated, this 1983 film adaptation has maybe been forgotten in the shuffle of all the Hollywood treatments of King’s work. But it’s David Cronenberg and Stephen King and Christopher Walken. That’s a lot […]

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Be Careful What You Wish For: The Final Wish Offers Decent Scares

After a very limited theatrical release earlier this year, cautionary supernatural tale, The Final Wish, is available now on VOD platforms. It’s yet another contemporary take on the old Monkey’s Paw tale. With so many modern versions of the story can The Final Wish distinguish itself? Will the presence of horror favourite Lin Shaye give […]

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St Agatha Looks to Revive Nunsploitation Films

Darren Lynn Bousman is back behind the camera for his first directorial effort since the 2016 Abattoir. Of course, Bousman is best known for his work on the better Saw sequels. Now Bousman is diving into religious horror with nunsploitation flick, St. Agatha. Scary nuns are back in style again since The Nun came out […]

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Wish Upon: You’ll Wish For Your Time Back

Be careful what you wish for? That’s the conceit of 2017 supernatural horror flick, Wish Upon. Critics hated it, but enough people showed up at the cineplex to make it a minor box office hit. Now Netflix is giving the PG-13 teen horror a chance to find a new audience. Is Wish Upon worth your […]

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Class is in Session: The School Promises Haunting Atmosphere

From Wolf Creek to The Bababdook, Australia has delivered some great horror imports over the years. Just last year, the gritty Hounds of Love and the supernatural-themed Boys in The Trees garnered some critical praise for ‘Down Under’ filmmakers. Later this month, Cinema Management Group (CMG) will be distributing the creepy looking Aussie horror offering, […]

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Veronica Is Familiar But Genuinely Scary Spanish Horror

As compared to 2017, the 2018 year in horror has been a little slower. By this time a year ago, Split, Get Out, The Blackcoat’s Daughter, and The Void had already been released. To date, the only major horror releases, Insidious: The Last Key and Winchester, have been lacklustre or outright duds. The Ritual, available since early […]

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