Tag Archives: 2019 horror

REVIEW: Satanic Panic slices up a good time in the vein of horror-comedies like Evil Dead 2 and Buffy the Vampire Slayer

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Director Chelsea Stardust’s follow-up to Hulu’s All That We Destroy is a quippy, low-budget throwback to practical 80’s horror effects with engaging female leads. 2019 has been a great year for fun throwback 80’s style-horror films with evil satanic cults

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,

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

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

Check out this new Black Mirror-themed featurette from the CHILD’S PLAY remake.

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Chucky’s rampage in the new 2019 remake hitting theaters Friday is just another sign of how “technology is evil” according to Aubrey Plaza, you guys. I think it goes without saying that a lot of people in the horror community

BLU-RAY REVIEW: Us (2019) Blu-Ray Release from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment (2019)

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A film with great ideas and a flawed execution; Jordan Peele’s Us hits Blu-Ray with a plethora of special features that really open up the ideas involved in the execution and fundamental themes in the film. Going into 2019, one

TRAILER: Check out the Redband Trailer and Poster for READY OR NOT, in theaters 8/23!

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It’s surprising how much talent originated from the V/H/S anthology films. One of those talents is the collective of Radio Silence. The trio are behind one of this summer’s most under the radar horror films, READY OR NOT, hitting theaters

TRAILER: Mike Flanagan’s DOCTOR SLEEP hews close to Kubrick’s vision of THE SHINING

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Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of The Shining is one of my favorite horror adaptations of all the time. That being said, the trailer for Absentia director Mike Flanagan’s adaptation of King’s follow-up to The Shining, Doctor Sleep, following a grown-up Danny

REVIEW: THE DEAD DON’T DIE – an exercise in the zombie film genre that fails to truly spring to life.

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Director Jim Jarmusch continues to play with the idea of genre deconstruction with his work; this time tackling the zombie film canon. Yet, despite some impressive names & Jarmusch’s signature wryness, the film disappoints and struggles to utter what defines

REVIEW: THEY COME KNOCKING makes an attempt to spin a new kind of ghost story for Father’s Day.

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Blumhouse’s latest for Hulu’s monthly Into The Dark series melds elements of The Hills Have Eyes & Poltergeist but suffers from largely unlikeable characters acting against their own best interests to the nth degree. Upon the first watch of They

REVIEW: BRIGHTBURN conjures up a new genre: the superhero sociopath slasher.

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Director David Yarovesky directs this dark spin on Man of Steel from writers Brian & Mark Gunn that plays with the Superman myth in interesting ways but loses its way due to characterization by plot. It’s not anything new in