Abigail Movie Review

‘Abigail’ Movie Review: The Good, The Bad, and the Gory

Universal Pictures has a long history with horror films, so much so that they rebranded their classics under the name Universal Classic Monsters. In this case, Abigail is a reimagining of one of those classic films, Dracula’s Daughter (1936). Objectively, the film is good and features a great cast of characters; the standouts among the …

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ARCADIAN - Interview with Editor Kristi Shimek

‘Arcadian’ Interview with Editor Kristi Shimek

Kristi Shimek is Arcadian’s editor and one of the people responsible for helping to create the post-apocalyptic tension in director Ben Brewer’s horror thriller. Arcadian is a story of survival, where ferocious creatures that go bump in the night are after a father and his twin boys. The film stars Nicholas Cage as the dad, Paul, with Jaeden Martell and Maxwell …

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Immaculate - Interview with Composer Will Bates

‘Immaculate’ Interview with Composer Will Bates

Immaculate recently premiered at SXSW before coming to theaters all over. The movie, from director Michael Mohan and writer Andrew Lobel, is a psychological horror film years in the making. The idyllic Italian countryside warmly embraces Cecilia (Sydney Sweeney), a woman of deep faith who believes she was saved from death as a child …

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Late Night With the Devil David Dastmalchian Movie Review

‘Late Night With the Devil’ Review: David Dastmalchian’s Gripping Descent into Horror

What would happen if you tried to make contact with the devil on live television? Well, Late Night with the Devil has a staggering answer to this question. Helmed by the directing duo of Cameron and Colin Cairnes, the movie chronicles the journey of a late-night talk show host Jack Delroy (David Dastmalchian), …

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Y2K Movie Review SXSW with Rachel Zegler

SXSW ‘Y2K’ Movie Review – The End of the World is Going to Be Funny

Anyone who was alive on New Year’s Eve in 1999 remembers that the world was supposed to end, and there was a lot of panic about it. Obviously, that didn’t happen, but there’s a universe in which things could have played out differently, which is vividly imagined in the directorial …

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Amelia's Children Movie - Interview with Gabriel Abrantes

‘Amelia’s Children’ Interview with Writer & Director Gabriel Abrantes

Amelia’s Children is the latest movie from writer and director Gabriel Abrantes. Starring Carloto Cotta (as twins!), Brigette Lundy-Paine, Anabela Moreira, and Alba Baptista, this is a horror movie about mothers and sons and well, a whole lot of creepy. Edward, our main character, is adopted. His search for his origins takes him to Portugal where …

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Last Night at Terrace Lanes - Interview with Director Jamie Nash

‘Last Night at Terrace Lanes’ – Interview with Director Jamie Nash

Jamie Nash literally wrote the book on screenwriting for television, Saves the Cat! Writes for TV, that is. The director is out with a new horror feature, Last Night at Terrace Lanes, that’s a ton of fun.  With a script by Adam Cesare, Last Night at Terrace Lanes is a horror comedy about what happens when …

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This is a movie review of Night Swim.

‘Night Swim’ Can’t Stay Afloat (Review)

Night Swim, a horror movie from director Bryce McGuire starring Wyatt Russell, Kerry Condon, and Amélie Hoeferle, is the newest release from Blumhouse and Atomic Monster. Based on a four-minute short film, the film is about when “everything you fear is under the surface.” When a movie begins, and the production company logos pop up …

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Review: ‘Infinity Pool’ is a style-over-substance indie film that fails to impress

Infinity Pool is a Brandon Cronenberg psychological thriller that was met with positive reception, but it wasn’t my cup of tea. The film stars Alexander Skarsgård, who plays the protagonist, James Foster, and Mia Goth, who plays Gabi. Both actors have received high praise from many critics for their performances in the film, …

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Review: Eli Roth’s ‘Thanksgiving’ is a damn good time

Alise Chaffins reviews Eli Roth’s Thanksgiving.  Here’s the thing about horror comedies: they are either funny or scary, never both. I’ve resigned myself to the fact that if I’m putting on a horror comedy, it’s going to lean one way or the other. Which makes sense. Both horror and comedy rely on the …

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M3GAN Review: Akela Cooper and James Wan bring a fresh take on murder robots

Spoiler alert: yes, the dog dies in M3GAN. That’s not the only casualty in this 2023 horror-comedy, but you can experience the rest for yourself this Halloween on Prime Video. When Cady (Violet McGraw, The Haunting of Hill House) loses her parents in a freak accident, her aunt Gemma (Allison Williams, Get Out) becomes …

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