Tag Archives: Baskin

Meet the Writers: Gus Wood

Howdy! I’m Gus, and I’ve been writing for PopHorror for almost a year now. It’s been a trip to write about my favorite thing in the world… that isn’t my wife or my cats. I fell in love with horror movies after a whole childhood of being scared. There was …

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Review of Can Evrenol and Cem Ozuduru’s ‘Housewife’ (2018)

The creators of Baskin (2015) have done it again. Can Evrenol and Cem Ozuduru have created yet another unique dream state of gore with their sophomore film, Housewife (2017). Are you ready for another horrific journey from these masterminds? Housewife starts by introducing the terrible trauma that the main character, …

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‘Marie Antionette’s’ Clementine Poidatz Discloses A First With PopHorror

It was a pleasure to get the opportunity to speak with Clémentine Poidatz about her career. It was interesting to hear all about a new avenue for her, which is acting in the horror genre. She gives all the details of this horrifically magnificent experience. A little about the lady …

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Argento Meets Hellraiser in Twisted Turkish Torture Tale, ‘Baskin’ (2016) – Movie Review

Turkey isn’t particularly well known for its horror movie output, until now: Baskin is a showcase of the potential that the country has to offer – but it has a way to go before becoming a serious contender on the world horror stage. Five policemen answer a distress call from a nearby …

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5 Cops Go to Hell: Festival Hit Baskin Arrives on VOD Today

The Turkish horror movie Baskin has been making waves and shocking audiences since it premiered during the 40th Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) last September, making it one of the most highly anticipated horror releases of 2016. It’s being called one of the scariest movies ever made, and was even …

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