Category Archives: Horror

Umma (2022) Review!!

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Amanda and her daughter living a quiet life on an American farm, but when the remains of her estranged mother arrive from Korea, Amanda becomes haunted by the fear of turning into her own mother. My Take – On paper, this new Sam Raimi-produced horror film from Iris K. Shim, who both wrote and […]

Umma (2022) Review!!

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REVIEW: Let The Wrong One In (2021)

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What if your brother showed up on your doorstep and asked for your help? How about if you didn’t really get along, and on top of that, he’d turned into a vampire? That’s the situation Matt (Karl Rice) is faced with when his irresponsible big bro Deco (Eoin Duffy) appears one morning […]

REVIEW: Let The Wrong One In (2021)
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‘The Seed’ (2022) Review: “Great Body Horror, Mediocre Narrative”

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Horror and social media (or the technological world of pop culture) have intertwined for many years now. Go back to the days where television was the big picture – “sucking the souls” of the viewer. That’s when David Cronenberg retaliated with Videodrome, a metaphor for the exposure to sex and violence in the media and the […]

‘The Seed’ (2022) Review: “Great Body Horror, Mediocre Narrative”

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Movie Review: Dave Grohl Shreds Bodies In Horror Extravaganza “Studio 666”

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Legendary rock band Foo Fighters move into an Encino mansion steeped in grisly rock and roll history to record their much anticipated 10th album.

Movie Review: Dave Grohl Shreds Bodies In Horror Extravaganza “Studio 666”
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‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ (2022) Review: “Netflix Franchise Massacre”

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It’s impossible to recreate the magic of 1974’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Shot on a shoestring budget in Texas heat, pervasive rotten smells, and the like, many consider it to be the scariest film ever made, an assessment I agree with. As with any success, sequels followed. And remakes. And prequels. Prequels ignored sequels, sequels […]

‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ (2022) Review: “Netflix Franchise Massacre”
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Father-Son Reunion – Titane (2021) HD

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Malleable. The plot will be tricky to describe without breaching spoiler territory, but this is about a father (Vincent Lindon) who gets to see his long-lost son again… or does he? Now, this has been getting very positive word-of-mouth, and I managed to walk into it cold. The trailer doesn’t even begin to tell you […]

Father-Son Reunion – Titane (2021)
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The Lighthouse: A Tale of Madness

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Directed by Robert Eggers, The Lighthouse is about two men placed on a remote island, far from any civilization, to man and tend to a lighthouse during the 1890’s. As time goes on, both Ephraim Winslow (Robert Pattinson) and his supervisor Thomas Wake (Willem Dafoe)  begin having strange and mysterious visions whilst trying to maintain […]

The Lighthouse: A Tale of Madness

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The Jack in the Box: Awakening

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When a vintage Jack-in-the-box is opened by a dying woman, she enters into a deal with the demon within that would see her illness cured in return for helping it claim six innocent victims. Credits: TheMovieDb.

The Jack in the Box: Awakening

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10 Best Severin Films for Philosophy Students

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In the past, I’ve liked to form top 10 lists around a philosophical theme or school of thought, as you might have seen from my lists on existential films, metaphysical films, and Marxist films (just to name a few). However, I also like to highlight the best of indie cinema, the horror genre, lesser-known films, […]

10 Best Severin Films for Philosophy Students
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Shrew’s Nest (2014), A Violent Case of Agoraphobia in 1950s Spain

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It’s always irksome when filmmakers use sexual trauma as the basis for violence and bloodshed. Yes, sexual abuse (especially in children) is a particularly vicious cycle. In fact, childhood abuse makes it three times more likely that the victim will go on to victimize others as an adult. However, filmmakers often use this statistic to […]

Shrew’s Nest (2014), A Violent Case of Agoraphobia in 1950s Spain
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Sundance Film Festival: ‘Speak No Evil’ Review

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By: Amanda Guarragi Why is it that every single time you go on a family vacation, your parents always want to befriend another family? Isn’t the point of a “family” vacation spending more time together as a unit, away from distractions? Well, in Christian Tafdrup’s twisted, psychological, family thriller Speak No Evil he explores what […]

Sundance Film Festival: ‘Speak No Evil’ Review
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The Night House (2021)

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The Night House (2021) deals with grief in a different way than other movies, but still has plenty of things that go bump in the night. Rebecca Hall stars as Beth, a woman dealing with the recent suicide death of her husband, and it has hit her hard. She can’t even pack up his stuff […]

The Night House (2021) has secrets
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The Top 5 Best Horror Movies Of The 70’s!

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Hi all! Today I am back to share the 5 best horror movies of the 70’s! This is the era where horror began to become popular. It birthed iconic franchises and lifelong classics. It also started to push cinematic boundaries. If you wish to see my favourites of the 60’s, click here. Without further ado, […]

The Top 5 Best Horror Movies Of The 70’s!
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Is The Lighthouse For You?

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The Lighthouse is going to be a movie you’ll either love or hate. You’ll either love it for its surreal imagery, strange story, isolating setting, all over the place tone, eerie filmmaking, crazy acting, or all of the above. Or you’ll hate it for these exact reasons. It’s one of the strangest […]

Is The Lighthouse For You?
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Return to Glennascaul

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A ghost story for Christmas, and something timeless for your festive viewing; Orson Welles’ Return to Glennascaul is only 23 minutes long, which makes it a pleasure rather than a chore. Shot during a break on his troubled production of Othello, it’s billed as ‘a story told in Dublin’ but takes the form of a […]

Return to Glennascaul
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The Last Rite

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We haven’t had a good old-fashioned exorcism for a while, so Leroy Kincaide’s British take on the familiar genre, released via Samuel Goldwyn in the US, seemed worth a shot; the trailer features most of the staples, and several elements seem to be lifted directly from 1973’s The Exorcist. It’s a crisply shot film to […]

The Last Rite

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Blu-ray Review: Malignant

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After switching gears and directing the comic book movie Aquaman, Warner Bros. has allowed James Wan to return to his low-budget horror movie roots with Malignant, an absolutely gnarly little film that I’m honestly impressed the studio even agreed to put out. Wan, who has kickstarted no less […]

Blu-ray Review: Malignant
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TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (2022) Preview with first teaser trailer

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Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022) Yep, that’s the fantastically inspired title! And the first teaser trailer has appeared. Is anyone interested beyond the fan boys who will lap up anything they are given? This really does seem like money-grubbing. But we may be pleasantly surprised. After all, the 2018 Halloween reboot was ok with caveats. Pity […]

TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (2022) Preview with first teaser trailer

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