Let The Dead Rise Again: The 45th Anniversary of George A. Romero’s ‘DAWN OF THE DEAD’ (1978)

Dawn of the Dead

The Dead will rise again this year for the 45th Anniversary: Dawn of the Dead was first released in Italy in September 1978, and all the OG zombie fans can’t wait to celebrate the walking dead all over again. Dawn of the Dead set the standards a little higher for …

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Screamers Costumes – A Midwest Horror Fan’s Utopia

Screamers Costumes

If you ever find yourself in the Detroit metro area…RUN!! GET OUT!!! SAVE YOURSELF!!!! No but seriously, tucked away in Clinton Township is a year-round Halloween store that offers so much more than costumes: Screamers Costumes! Screamers Costumes is, hands down, the Mecca for Midwestern horror fans! From the moment …

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‘VIOLENT NIGHT’ (2022) – Christmas Yuletide Horror – Review

Grab a cup of hot cocoa or some milk and cookies and settle in. Everyone loves a good Christmas film. From classics like A Christmas Carol to all those other lighthearted lovely Hallmark films: it always gives me such a warm fuzzy feeling inside to snuggle up with a good …

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A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (2014) Movie Review

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night has been on my must watch list for awhile now and yet until last night, I kept putting it off. I finally decided that since I was planning to check out The Bad Batch (Ana Lily Amipour’s follow up film) this weekend that …

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Besetment (2017) Psycho Meets Strangeland? Review

So far this year, I’ve had the opportunity to review two movies from Uncork’d Entertainment: James Cullen Bresseck’s Bethany and Glenn Packard’s Pitchfork , both of which I enjoyed quite a bit. I recently got the chance to screen Brad Douglas’ 2017 film Besetment. Would Besetment be a 3-0 for Uncork’d …

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‘American Horror Story’ Season 7 is being filmed in Haddonfield?


American Horror Story has been keeping things pretty hush hush, however, today we found out some interesting news. We’re not sure what this means for the show, but today the internet was abuzz with various activity going on at the locations of the original 1978 film, Halloween.  Turns out, American …

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‘Alien 3’ Turns 25!

It’s time to revisit the prison planet Fiorina, also known as Fury 161, alongside Ellen Ripley and the infamous xenomorph. Twenty five years ago in 1992, audiences were treated to the third installment of the Alien franchise, simply titled Alien 3. Though it has had its critics when it was …

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Sony Announces Who Will Play Venom

With all the hype surrounding the Marvel Universe’s return of Spider-Man in Spider-Man: Homecoming, it was no surprise when Sony Pictures announced that they were going to make a Venom spin-off movie. Venom is probably the most iconic villain in Spider-Man’s long running comic series, so it was a no …

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The Path (2016) TV Series Review

Faith can be a tool to bring communities together for a greater good, but in the wrong hands it can take a darker turn of manipulation, blackmail, and murder. Hulu Original series The Path (2016) is a dark drama featuring the Meyerist movement (a cult with definite shades of Scientology). The …

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XLrator Media Announces ‘Dark Signal’ Trailer Release!

The recently announced Dark Signal is a horror/thriller from XLrator Media, the people who brought us the amazing American Mary, and is set to be released in theaters on June 2 and Video On Demand June 6 according to Horror Society. Check out the trailer below! The official synopsis: The …

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