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HELL FEST [Review]

This is not a tribute, but a lazy slasher with no real ambition. HELLFEST I never thought I would say this, but boy, do we need Michael Myers right now. Hell Fest primes itself up with a slasher in a haunted theme park premise, that promises some good fun scares and screams, but flatlines the […]Read More

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Elizabeth Harvest [Review]

From a fairytale wedding to a ethical nightmare, this stylish sci-fi number gets real chilly. Elizabeth Harvest The stick-thin Abbey Lee is Elizabeth. Our titular princess that gets swept up into a palatial retreat in the mountains by her new husband Henry (Ciaran Hinds). He lavishes her with an all-access credit to both his bank […]Read More

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The Nun [Review]

This branch-out from the popular Conjuring series is “nun” the better. The Nun How can anyone not be afraid of a demonic nun? It’s the most shocking combination of the sacred and profane, symbolising the defilement of something pure. So when the nun appeared as a side character in The Conjuring series, it instantly became […]Read More

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Hide And Never Seek [Review]

Korean title captures the live streaming age, along with a few chills. Hide And Never Seek Korean title captures the live streaming age, along with a few chills. On afreecaTV, viewers comment and click their donations away when they see good material. VJ Glow (Ryu Deok-hwan) who hosts a horror channel, decides to investigate the […]Read More

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A Quiet Place [Review]

A movie that does the impossible. A Quiet Place A Quiet Place is not popcorn-friendly. And thank god for that. As good as any horror flick can be, we all know how a well-timed crunch, nervous laugh or inconsiderate commentary can break even the best atmospheric build-up. John Krasinski crafts a whole film to challenge […]Read More

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Danur 2: Maddah [Review]

This horror film is dark, but for the wrong reasons. Danur 2: Maddah A clear creature bred on a Hollywood diet, director Awi Suryadi turns the reputation of the original Danur on its head, from placid title to heart-dropping ride with its sequel, Danur 2. But it may not have really worked. For one thing, […]Read More

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Down A Dark Hall [Review]

Delinquent teen girls handpicked by a mysterious headmistress. What gives? Down A Dark Hall Down a Dark Hall moves through dimly lit hallways to weave an angsty tale not unfamiliarly dealt with in many other titles – in this case, the lack of closure from a father’s death. Sadly, even though the story features five […]Read More

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