Melissa Ann

Pay the Ghost (2015) – Review

Never one to take a much (much) needed break, Nicholas Cage finds himself searching for his supernaturally kidnapped son (Jack Fulton) in Pay the Ghost. Directed by Uli Edel, the film co-stars Sarah Wayne Callies as Cage’s wife and was released on September 25, 2015 via RLJ Entertainment. Although the …

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Child’s Play Franchise: Ranked Worst to Best!

In 1988, writers Tom Holland, Don Mancini, and John Lafia brought us a horror film that would change the way we see dolls forever with Child’s Play. After the success of Child’s Play, four sequels and reboot would follow. Like many of the classic slashers, this is a series that …

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11 Horrifying Hospitals in Horror!

While we should all be appreciative that they exist, hospitals can be downright terrifying. It is no wonder that filmmakers have long been inspired by them when you consider how many contagious illnesses, deaths and mental breakdowns occur in a single hospital during its lifetime. The setting already puts people …

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Review – Green Room (2016)

Writer/director Jeremy Saulnier’s sophomore film Blue Ruin (2013) was met with critical acclaim and brought him into the spotlight as a talented independent filmmaker. Understandably, there has been a great deal of hype around Saulnier’s third film, Green Room, which debuted during the Directors’ Fortnight portion of the 2015 Cannes Film …

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Review – ABCs of Death 2 (2014)

In 2012, Drafthouse Films produced ABCs of Death, which saw independent segments from 26 horror directors. Each filmmaker was assigned a letter from the alphabet and came up with a short revolving around death in some way. Drafthouse Films went at it once again and brought us ABCs of Death …

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The Twilight Zone Gets Interactive Reboot

News broke via The Wrap earlier that Rod Serling’s classic sci-fi anthology series, The Twilight Zone, will be getting a reboot once again, but in a different way. The show will feature interactive options for viewers, along the lines of a “Choose Your Own Adventure” story. Interactive video company, Interlude, …

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Review – Creep (2015)

Love them or hate them, found footage films are now a dime a dozen. It makes sense when you consider how far a small budget can stretch, with many filmmakers utilizing cheap handheld cameras and inexperienced actors. While I never expect high quality from found footage, I just want more …

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Insidious: The Next Chapter Announced at CinemaCon!

Sony Pictures made some awesome announcements this week at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, which is wrapping up today. Among some of the titles mentioned are Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, Underworld Blood Wars, The Dark Tower, Zombieland 2, and Insidious: The Next Chapter. Although further information was not shared, the …

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10 Intense Home Invasion Films

Home invasion films have the ability to grasp viewers in ways that supernatural movies just can’t touch. The subgenre features horror in realistic ways that makes us check behind our shower curtains, in the backseat of our cars, and jump at unexpected knocks at the door. The thought of being …

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The Most Anticipated 2016 Video Games

Gamers who love horror have seen some fantastic releases over the last few years, and this year looks very promising. Out of the long list of upcoming 2016 video games, these twelve really captured my attention and several got my heart racing. Whether you’re more of a casual or hardcore …

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