Author Archives: Victor Moreno

TRAILER: Danny returns to the Overlook Hotel in the final DOCTOR SLEEP Trailer!

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On the heels of the theatrical bow of IT CHAPTER TWO this past weekend, Warner Brothers have released the final theatrical trailer for director Mike Flanagan’s Doctor Sleep, the sequel to Stephen King’s The Shining, which leans heavily on Kubrick’s

REVIEW: PURE finishes off Hulu’s Into The Dark with a reframing of The Craft through the lense of Christian purity balls.

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Director Hannah McPherson delivers the final entry into Hulu and Blumhouse’s Into The Dark with an entry juxtaposing right-wing Christian fundamentalists with a mish-mash of The Craft and Carrie. Into the Dark, Hulu and Blumhouse’s monthly horror film series has

PODCAST: Horror Cult #4 – Folklore in Horror Film and Anthology Horror plus Scary Stories to Tell in The Dark

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In this episode of Horror Cult, Kirby and Victor discuss folklore in horror film. From Midsommar to Scary Stories to Tell in The Dark, its been a big year for anthology inspired horror and we delve deep into exploring that

REVIEW: HAIL SATAN? is an interesting look at the grassroots political beginnings of The Satanic Temple, but borders on hagiography.

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Director Penny Lane’s slickly produced look at the humble beginning and growth of The Satanic Temple is interesting and worth a watch but wanders in looking for a focus and dances on the thin border of being a hagiographic puff

REVIEW: OFFICIAL SECRETS is an engrossing look at the accountability of government and its actions to its citizenry.

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Director Gavin Hood delivers a taught and gripping political drama that raises the question of how far should a government go in justifying actions in service of its allies against the legality of those actions to its people. Ever since


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The award for 2020’s longest film title is sure to be a short one with DC/WB’s upcoming Harley Quinn spinoff BIRDS OF PREY AND THE FANTABULOUS EMANCIPATION OF ONE HARLEY QUINN hitting screens next February. We’ve got our first official

REVIEW: IT CHAPTER TWO serves up a fitting capstone for the IT saga, while shedding a light on the true horrors of the modern world.

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Andy Muschietti’s follow up to 2017’s It brings the Loser’s Club and Pennywise The Dancing Clown 27 years forward into the modern-day while also showcasing that some of the darkest things to fear in the modern world aren’t of the

PODCAST: Savage Beards #1 – Cool Cat Kids Superhero (2018)

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This episode the View & Spew gang assume their new personas as the Savage Beards and explore the work of Derek Savage and his children’s film COOL CAT: KID’S SUPERHERO. A collection of dramatized safety tips from a giant orange

REVIEW: GOOD BOYS is the definitive laugh out loud comedy of the summer.

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Good Boys dances the fine line between light-hearted innocent fare and classic raunchy comedy with a silly but endearing tale about growing up. Seth Rogen has taken the baton from Judd Apatow in producing engaging and uproarious black comedies. From

TRAILERS: Check out the teaser trailer for the upcoming horror film DANIEL ISN’T REAL

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When we went to San Diego Comic-Con this past July, one of the main panels we were excited to check out was the annual Bold Voice of Contemporary Horror panel, giving us attendees some exciting sneak peeks into the world

PODCAST: View and Spew Review #10 – Suburban Sasquatch (2004)

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On the latest episode OF View and Spew Review, the crew subject themselves to the ultra low-budget ‘Suburban Sasquatch’ which features a bloodthirsty interdimensionally-teleporting Bigfoot battling an Ugg boots wearing Native American warrior with healing powers and a magic bow.

REVIEW: SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK succeeds in creating an engaging and dark atmospheric film with genuine scares.

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Director Andre Overdal channels the creepiness and edge he utilized so well in The Autopsy of Jane Doe into this period piece which channels classic horror with a contemporary edge. Scary Stories To Tell in the Dark is, without question,

REVIEW: SCHOOL SPIRIT’s take on high school slasher films is trope-heavy without adding a lot of originality to the genre.

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Director Mike Gan lends some additional diversity to Blumhouse’s INTO THE DARK line-up, but the story by writers Gan, Josh Miller, and Patrick Casey serves up a largely lazy pastiche of highly recognizable past slasher film tropes with little new

INTERVIEWS: Samara Weaving, Andie McDowell, and Radio Silence talk about their upcoming horror film, Ready or Not!

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We’re really excited about the upcoming horror film, Ready or Not, starring The Babysitter’s Samara Weaving as a bride being hunted by her in-laws on her wedding night as part of a secret ritual. Check out these video interviews with

COLLECTIBLES: Check out all the IT: CHAPTER 2 collectibles available from Alamo Drafthouse, IMAX, & Dolby for opening night!

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I think we’re all increasingly excited for the sequel to 2017’s IT hitting theaters on September 6th. Bill Skaarsgard’s Pennywise is the definitive movie monster of this past decade and like many filmgoers, we’re excited to see what collectible incentives

TRAILER: Get sucked into a SATANIC PANIC with the first trailer for this anticipated horror film!

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We’re big fans of Chelsea Stardust here at the Cult HQ. Her entry into Blumhouse’s Into the Dark series, All That We Destroy, about a mother who clones copies of her son’s first murder victim to tame his impulses is

REVIEW: Hobbs and Shaw is exactly the hyper-masculine anti-heroes vs. cyborgs action/buddy comedy cartoon of a film you never knew you needed.

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In which a movie where Dwayne Johnson holds a helicopter piloted by a cyborg from taking off with the sheer force of his biceps and a chain is somehow still maddeningly watchable in a non-ironic way. Last year, we had

REVIEW: Tilman Singer’s Luz is a hypnotic throwback to the horror stylings of Lucio Fulci and Dario Argento.

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You never forget your first love applies to hosts of demonic possession and their keeper in this mesmerizing minimalist horror film with shades of Suspiria, The Beyond, and Exorcist 2: The Heretic in its DNA. For fans of the golden