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‘CONDOR’S NEST’ (2023): Killing Nazis Never Gets Old – Movie Review

Condor's Nest

“Yeah *sarcastic* Nazis are a barrel of laughs…” -Bernie (The Paper, 1994). Movies about killing Nazis are always fun to watch. Whether it’s Clint Eastwood singlehandedly mowing down about four hundred of them in Where Eagles Dare or Brad Pitt’s band of merry men scalping them in Inglorious Basterds, it’s …

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Coming Soon to Theaters: Maximilian Elfeldt’s ‘Dracula: The Original Living Vampire’

Coming soon to theaters from Asylum and director Maximilian Elfdelt (End of the World) is the new horror film, Dracula: The Original Living Vampire. The film stars Michael Ironside (Starship Troopers 1997) Jake Herbert (Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star TV series), Christine Prouty, India Lillie Davies (Call the Midwife …

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Interview with Lauren Beatty, Star of the New Delicious Thriller, ‘Bloodthirsty’

Lauren Beatty

I recently had the privilege of chatting with actress Lauren Beatty for her new delicious thriller, Bloodthirsty (read our review – HERE). I’m a huge fan of Lauren Beatty’s and I love that she’s become a rising star in the horror community. We talked about her love for films, her …

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‘TURBO KID’ The Video Game Announcement Teaser

Turbo Kid

I don’t know about you, but we loved us some Turbo Kid (2015) (read our review here)! The crazy 1980s homage was directed and written by François Simard and both Anouk and Yoann-Karl Whissell. It features an outstanding cast, headlined by Munro Chambers, Laurence Leboeuf, and Michael Ironside. We just …

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Looking Back At The Significance Of ‘Scanners’ (1981) – Retro Review

In the late 1970s, fledgling Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg introduced the world to his unique brand of horror. After completing three features—the first, which focused on parasitic psychosexual mania in Shivers (1975), then on to the uncommon, aggressive outbreak of Rabid (1977), and eventually, to mutant offspring in The Brood …

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Fantastic Fest 2020 Movie Review: Amelia Moses’ ‘Bloodthirsty’


Here we are with another review for Fantastic Fest 2020, this time it’s for the horror thriller, Bloodthirsty. This film will play at the festival’s last night, October 2, 2020. See what’s all about here! This film was directed by Amelia Moses and written by Wendy Hill-Tout and Lowell. The …

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Fallen From Grace: 10 Top Post-Apocalyptic/Dystopian Movies

I have to admit, it’s scary out there right now, but I believe it’s going to get better! Sure, there’s some uncertainty, and it’s hard to know who you can trust, but at least we have movies to tide us over while we wait. Go ahead and get yourself lost …

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