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  • Could Lucasfilm and Blumhouse deliver a "Death Troopers" movie?
    Could Lucasfilm and Blumhouse deliver a "Death Troopers" movie?
    The stand-alone films in the “Star Wars” Universe will be framed by the title “Star Wars Anthology.” The first of the movies to be announced and receive a teaser trailer and showcase concept art is Gareth Edwards’ ...
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    The Babadook Brings The Scares But Forgets The Ending
    Some of the best written horror films rarely let the viewer see the true malevolent entity that terrorizes the victims on screen. You know something or someone is there. You know whoever or whatever it is will attack at any any moment and no...
  • Blu-ray Review: 'From a Whisper to a Scream'
    Blu-ray Review: 'From a Whisper to a Scream'
    Scream Factory brings the forgotten anthology collection “From a Whisper to a Scream” to Blu-ray for the first time ever. Some horror fanatics might know the film by its other title, “The Offspring.” Director Jeff Burr and...
  • 'Unfriended'
    'Unfriended' : 3 Reasons to Check it Out
    Disclaimer: Review contains spoilers so if you haven't seen ityet and still read this, I don't want tohear about it!From the looks of the trailers for upcoming films before the start of 'Unfriended',it looks like 2015 will be a...
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    Movie Review: ‘Bread Crumbs’
    Originally released in 2011, Bread Crumbs starts off as a pretty good slasher flick, but just when the payoffs—and the body count—should start off, the movie abruptly shifts tactics, becoming a bore-fest of epic proportions. This bait...
  • Shelley Hennig in "Unfriended"
    ‘Unfriended’ indicts the horrors of teens and technology
    A new horror movie opened April 17 and it couldn’t be timelier or more fitting in its takedown of both social media and teenage bullying. The story of “Unfriended” is quite simple, and clever really. A dead girl, who was driven...
  • Unfriended
    Movie review: 'Unfriended' an equal dose of cyber-bullying and cyber-stupidity
    The entire movie Unfriended (opening today) takes place on a laptop. Yes, the whole thing. As if we don't spend enough time in front of our computer screens, Unfriended invites us out to a theater to stare blankly at a computer screen for a...
  • 'Unfriended' film review
    'Unfriended' review: A creepy & effective horror gem of the digital age
    Just as the supernatural horror and "found footage" genres began to feel stale, then comes along the creative and unexpectedly refreshing "Unfriended" (in theaters nationwide April 17), a movie that will surely rank among the...
  • Movie Review: Don't friend the movie 'Unfriended'
    Movie Review: Don't friend the movie 'Unfriended'
    The new Universal Pictures movie “Unfriended” appears in U.S. theaters today and anyone over 25 years old may wish to choose something better to watch this weekend. “Unfriended” is82 minutes of boredom. The movie does not...
  • Horror Movies
    5 payoffs of Horror films, and their religious significance
    Summer is coming, and with it, a slew of new movies, not the least of which will be the big-budget horror films. As patrons flock to theaters, eager for a scare, it’s at least worth asking “why?” Wouldn’t evolutionary...
  • Movie Review: 'Red on Yella, Kill a Fella'
    Movie Review: 'Red on Yella, Kill a Fella'
    From the sick and twisted minds of two of the nicest and most down-to-Earth guys I’ve met in the film industry comes something bold and distinctive for the 21st century. “Red on Yella, Kill a Fella” is what can only be referred...
  • MTV debuts 'Scream'  television show trailer
    MTV debuts 'Scream' television show trailer
    MTV has debuted the trailer for "Scream" the upcoming television show based on Wes Craven's terrifying horror franchise at the MTV Movie Awards according to a report on Tuesday, April 14 from Huffington Post. The "Scream"...
  • Blu-ray Review: 'Horror 4-in-1 Collection'
    Blu-ray Review: 'Horror 4-in-1 Collection'
    Mill Creek Entertainment continues doing what they do best with their Blu-ray “Horror 4-in-1 Collection.” The company takes movies and television shows which have a “specialized” or limited fan base and make them readily...
  • Blackwoods Bloodbath
    Movie Review: ‘Backwoods Bloodbath’
    Originally released in 2007, Backwoods Bloodbath has the distinction of being an awful movie that holds some promise in the slasher genre. It’s unfortunate that writer (with as assist from Bandon Semling) and director Donn Kennedy did not...
  • Decay Screen
    Indie Game Review: Decay - The Mare
    Five Nights at Freddy's is a gaming phenomenon. It really picked up the slack where Amnesia: The Dark Descent left off. Yeah, remember that game? It was the horror fad before Slender and FNAF. Now that the third FNAF game has been completed...
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