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VIDEO REVIEW: METAMORPHOSIS (2019) Shudder Exclusive South Korean Demon Possession Horror Movie

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Victor Moreno of CultFollowing.co reviews the new Shudder-exclusive South Korean Demon Possession Horror debuting on Shudder on July 2nd, 2020. Check out Victor’s thoughts in this video review! Check out more reviews on our channels at http://youtube.com/c/cultclassics Follow us on

VIDEO REVIEW: FILM REVIEW: SCREAM QUEEN! MY NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET! (2018) Horror Film Documentary

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Victor Moreno of CultFollowing.co reviews the new Shudder-exclusive horror-documentary SCREAM QUEEN! MY NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET. Check out Victor’s thoughts in this video review! Check out more reviews on our channels at http://youtube.com/c/cultclassics Follow us on Instagram at http://instagram.com/cultfollowing.co and

REVIEW: Kim Hong Sun’s METAMORPHOSIS uses possession as an interesting take on how unspoken tensions can destroy from within.

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A unique spin on The Exorcist, Metamorphosis follows a priest whose faith is broken after a deadly exorcism and the shapechanging demon that begins to haunt him and his family. The book with possession films largely begins and ends with

REVIEW: SCREAM, QUEEN! MY NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET is an honest portrayal of the price of screen infamy in 1980’s Hollywood

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SCREAM, QUEEN! follows the life and career of actor Mark Patton and how his role in Nightmare on Elm Street 2 derailed his career due to his homosexuality in the AIDS panic of the 1980s. When you look at the

REVIEW: THE 2020 ETHERIA FILM FESTIVAL showcases a rich and diverse array of new female voices in the horror genre.

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The online version of the yearly Etheria Film Festival serves up a great array of horror shorts from women in the horror genre that run the gamut from ruminations on the horrors of social media to a sassy computer waxing

REVIEW: THE TWILIGHT ZONE SEASON 2 delivers the goods in entertaining science fiction fare in an engrossing sophomore effort.

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Decidedly less Black Mirror-lite than Season 1, Series 2 of CBS’ The Twilight Zone reboot delivers plenty of compelling fare with less in the term of morality plays. One of the chief of criticisms of CBS All Access’ reboot of

REVIEW: SCARE PACKAGE is the rare horror anthology film that really works.

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The past decade has seen a spate of low-budget horror anthologies from the ABC’s to V/H/S, SCARE PACKAGE succeeds at delivering a great and unique anthology concept with solid entries from start to finish. By and large, I’ve become less

REVIEW: BLOOD MACHINES combines science fiction and the surreal in an explosion of retro-flavored Lovecraftian sci-fi/horror.

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Director Seth Ickerman combines the driving retro synth-wave sound of Carpenter Brut to a fun 80’s sci-fi body horror throwback with shades of Alien, Blade Runner, and From Beyond. Director Seth Ickerman and synth-wave band Carpenter Brut have a soft

REVIEW: VEROTIKA, Glenn Danzig’s ode to the classic horror anthology, suffers from a case of ambition over experience in execution.

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While Danzig’s influences in Italian horror are well-represented, Verotika is a largely overstuffed affair without a critical eye for the editing and direction necessary to elevate the overall concept. On one level, Glenn Danzig, music legend and well-known comic book