A showdown that loses impact when it got distracted from its cause. Halloween 10 films later, what do we have for the seasonal franchise? There’s nostalgia from the casting of former actors, and there’s also a certain sense of refresh with a younger cast introduction. But the final film sits uncomfortably on the fence as […]Read More
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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
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
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
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
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
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
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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