Virus-32 Proves There’s Still Plenty of Life in the Zombie Movie

At face value, Shudder’s latest original release, Virus-32, may feel like a case of ‘been there, done’ that’. For over a decade, zombies were all the rage in horror. While The Walking Dead scored huge ratings, Dawn of the Dead, 28 Days Later, and the Resident Evil franchise scared up dollars at the box office. […]

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Offseason Charts a Course for Creepy Cosmic Horror

Last week, indie horror filmmaker Mikey Keating’s latest effort, Offseason, made its ways to VOD platforms. To date, Keating has quietly carved out a nice little niche in horror with movies like Carnage Park and Darling. With horror veterans Jocelin Donahue, Joe Swanberg, and Richard Brake onboard, Offseason promises quiet chills set against the backdrop […]

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See For Me Downloads a New Twist to the Home Invasion Movie

As the 2022 year hits a sluggish stride with Omnicron making it feel like 2021, a handful of indie horror movies have popped up on video-on-demand. Canadian home invasion thriller, See For Me, is amongst these early entries. While home invasion thriller are nothing new in the genre, See For Me introduces a novel twist […]

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Horror in the High Desert a Faux-Documentary Hidden Gem

Maybe found-footage movies aren’t quite as in vogue as the early 2010s. But that’s not to say the format doesn’t still work when used right. After all, Host was one of the best movies of a truncated 2020 horror movie schedule. Both Paranormal Activity: Next of Kin and V/H/S 94 delivered decent scares in 2021. […]

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On the Seventh Day of Christmas: Dead End Mixes Twilight Zone Mystery with Campy Tone

Christmas is a time for family. For better or worse. And the time spent travelling from family event to family event accounts for much of the worst parts. Snowy and slippery roads, traffic, arguing siblings, and shortcuts that inevitably aren’t any shorter than recommended route. French horror movie – with an all-American cast – Dead […]

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Till Death a Welcome Return To Horror For Megan Fox

These days most people probably know Megan Fox best for The Transformers franchise – and her feud with director Michael Bay – and her relationship with Machine Gun Kelly. Fox hasn’t done many movies since the forgettable live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. And no one likely ranked Fox high among today’s working actors. But Fox […]

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Old Finds M Night Shyamalan Back in Polarizing Form

Few directors are quite as polarizing as M Night Shyamalan. Truth be told, Shyamalan may never make a movie as good as The Sixth Sense. And he’s made some good movies. Unbreakable showed how just how far outside the mold superhero movies could be long before Joker. Both Signs and The Village were effectively creepy […]

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