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Fertile Ground for Horror: Hamza Zaman’s ‘The Institute’ (2022) – Movie Review

A young couple is desperate for a child in award winning playwright Hamza Zaman’s directorial debut, The Institute. This microbudget feature utilizes relatable, pervasive unease and fears to endear its main characters to us. Most of the film’s 90ish minute runtime is a slow burn, but a handful of relatively …

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Larry Wade Carrell’s ‘Girl Next’ (2021) – Taking it to the Next Level Movie Review

As horror fans, we are always looking for not only classic horror but films that twist and turn your brain. A movie that has infinite re-watch value. A story that can unfold differently with each viewing. It has been quite a while since I screened something completely mind/genre-bending…that is until …

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Crystal Lake Publishing Announces ‘Classic Monsters Unleashed’ Anthology

When it comes to horror fiction, you can’t go wrong with the classics, like Frankenstein, Dracula, Wolfman, and The Creature from the Black Lagoon, iconic characters with an undeniable appeal that continue to inspire the writers and filmmakers alike. Crystal Lake Publishing recently announced a short story anthology, Classic Monsters …

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