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  • DVD Review: 'Gnome Alone'
    DVD Review: 'Gnome Alone'
    It was pretty evident from the moment I gazed upon the packaging for “Gnome Alone” what Lionsgate was trying to do. They wanted to launch a low-budget indie horror franchise in the vein of “Leprechaun.” The only problem is...
  • 'The Lair of the White Worm'
    DVD review: 'The Lair of the White Worm'
    It took some time, but this examiner was finally able to track down a copy of 'The Lair of the White Worm', a fairly obscure yet beloved (by some) cult film.Angus (Peter Capaldi) is a Scottish architecture student. He is digging near a bed...
  • Nightbreed Director's Cut
    Review of ‘Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut’
    Originally released in 1990, three years after the successful screening of Hellraiser, Clive Barker’s Nightbreed left many fans aching for more, as many had read his 1988 novella Cabal and found its themes of persecuted “monsters&rdquo...
  • The Butchers: a revival of serial killers
    The Butchers: a revival of serial killers
    In 2014, actor Semi Anthony had quite a ride. Not only did he get a role in sit-com Modern Family as Ndulu, he also starred in and executive produced The Butchers. The latter proves to be the kind of scary movie teens crave. Why? It includes all...
  • The sideshow setting in "American Horror Story: Freak Show"
    The five reasons ‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ was its best season yet
    “American Horror Story: Freak Show” concluded its 13 episode season January 21 and this was its strongest season yet. After a sharp debut in 2011 with the “Murder House” arc, the show stumbled some. In seasons two and three...
  • Dahlia Salem
    Interview: Actress Dahlia Salem talks new horror film, upcoming projects
    When ex-con Lane Hayes (David Banks) and aspirant filmmaker Travis Simon (David Rountree) set out to create their own horror film, things go too far and someone actually dies on camera. That’s when the pair decides that killing for real is...
  • The Conjuring
    Movie review: The Conjuring (2013)
    The Conjuring is the tale of the Perron family who moved into an 18th century New England farmhouse only to find themselves plagued by spirits and ghosts, and the efforts of the Warren's, a pair of paranormal experts who try and help them...
  • All Cheerleaders Die
    All Cheerleaders Die
    There are people who love horror films and only horror films. For these people, they can never get enough. They will look at anything and everything. There are the people who like movies about high school and sports. Then there are people who like...
  • Ny Horror Show 2015
    NY Horror Show 2015 presents the The Macabre Faire Film Festival
    January 16, 2015 The Macabre Faire Film Festival's NY Horror Show is not your local convention, when you have so many horror movies in one place there will be blood. Cult is a word people use without thinking of its meaning, horror is not just...
  • Blu-ray Review: 'Supernova'
    Blu-ray Review: 'Supernova'
    I remember seeing “Supernova” back in 2000 when it originally came out on DVD. Like most people, I thought it looked great at the time, but really didn’t have much else going for it. My opinion hasn’t really changed since...
  • The Woman in Black: Angel Of Death
    The Angel Of Death is killer
    The Woman in Black: Angel Of Death: Rated “PG-13“ (1 hour, 30 minutes)Starring: Jeremy Irvine, Helen McCrory, Oaklee Pendergast, Leilah de Meza, Phoebe FoxDirected by: Tom Harper It is now some 40 years after Arthur Kipps’...
  • Antidote 2013
    Movie Review: ‘Antidote’
    Originally released in 2013, Antidote capitalizes on the zombie apocalypse trend by creating a world ravaged by a mysterious plague. Written, directed, and produced by Craig and Pete DiFolco, this low-budget affair is driven by fully realized...
  • The Babadook
    'The Babadook' Movie Review
    ‘The Babadook’ is easily the best horror film of 2014. Why is it a standout in this genre? Remarkably, it is the first feature from writer-director Jennifer Kent but it never feels like an amateur production. Every aspect is...
  • Phoebe Fox in "The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death"
    'The Woman in Black 2' is one time too many
    It seems these days that no horror film can merely stand alone. It must be a franchise. Even if the tenets don’t necessarily lend themselves easily to sequels. Such is the case with “The Woman in Black”. The first film was eerie...
  • 'Tusk'
    DVD review: 'Tusk' (2014)
    For a long time, you could really predict the tone and humor of a Kevin Smith movie. After awhile, he took some chances, mostly to the horror of his longtime audience. His real curveball came in the form of 'Red State'. It was at this...