Tag Archives: HORROR

Suspiria 2018 (Review)

Suspiria (2018) Directed by Luca Guadgnino www.suspiria.movie Italian horror cinema in the twentieth century is long, storied and highly influential; besides issuing many benchmark films (including arguably the first slasher, “Twitch of the Death Nerve”) The Boot even birthed their own cinematic Renaissance with the subgenre of Giallo. The Dons of dark cinema are an […]

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Halloween (2018) – Review

Halloween (2018) Directed by David Gordon Green www.halloweenmovie.com In the 40 years since “Halloween” debuted, the one-time highest R rated and independent film champion has birthed an empire of murder, merchandise and made Michael Myers a household name know far and wide beyond the leaf soaked streets of Haddonfield. Envisioned as an Autumn anthology tradition, […]

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The Nun (2018) Review

The Nun Directed by Corin Hardy www.thenunmovie.com Fifteen years ago, James Wan launched the most successful horror franchise of all time with the “Saw” series of eight entries and more than a billion dollars in box office receipts. While he has gone on to success in non-genre offerings like “Furious 7”and the upcoming “Aquaman”, he […]

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Unfriended: Dark Web Review (2018)

Unfriended: Dark Web Directed by Stephen Susco OTL Releasing/Blumhouse Tilt www.unfriended-darkweb.com Technology has become the new face of terror in the modern age and in the stand alone sequel “Unfriended: Dark Web” a group of friends find themselves ensared at the mercy of a murderous cabal. Removing the supernatural scares of the 2015 original, “Dark […]

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Truth or Dare (2018) Review

Truth or Dare Directed by Jeff Wadlow www.blumhousestruthordare.com Is “ Truth or Dare” worth playing? First and foremost, “The Ring,” “It Follows,” and “Final Destination” (and the latter two’s far superior forebear “Sole Survivor”) are obvious and overt influences making this predictable pulp and while it doesn’t compare, it’s not a complete party foul. More […]

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