Tag Archives: Midsommar

My Top Ten Favorite Films About Cults

Cults - The Other Lamb

Cults! They are there with open arms when your family and loved ones just can’t be bothered. Sure you have to give them everything: your possessions, your body, your soul, and maybe your life! But in all seriousness, this subject has spawned some of the best horror movies out there. You …

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What Is All The Buzz About? ‘SALTBURN’ (2023) – Review


The internet is all abuzz about Saltburn (2023), a shocking new thriller written and directed by Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman, 2020 – read our review here). Does the movie live up to the hype? Is it as shocking as everyone says? Let’s have a look! Synopsis It is over …

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Ari Aster’s ‘BEAU IS AFRAID’ – A Divisive Vision

If your central complaint about modern cinema is that we live in a world of sequels, prequels, requels, reboots, and a general sense of unoriginality, allow me to introduce you to Beau is Afraid. With his third feature, Ari Aster challenges the audience in a way not often seen in …

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Matt Cunningham’s ‘3 Demons’ (2022) Leaves You Asking “How Much Is Too Much?” – Movie Review

Mixing two ingredients is a classic way to revitalize things that have become a bit overdone on their own. Mix some jelly into your peanut butter sandwich? Wham. You’ve got PB&J. Mix some comedy into your horror movie? You’ve got a nice way for audiences to get relaxed in between …

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Will It Work? – A ‘Midsommar’ Double Feature Matchup

Welcome to a new series where, every week, PopHorror picks a horror movie and tries to find a risky or unexpected double feature. We write up our reasons then take it to social media. Let’s find out if our pick is a great night at the theater or a disappointing …

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Grief Fable, A Review of ‘Midsommar’ (2019)


There are few things that make one feel as helpless as grief. Losing a loved one isolates and warps a person until they are as a buoy at sea: adrift, bobbing, clanging a mournful song to a barren ocean of loss. One way to slow this agonizing tide is to …

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