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Trey Hilburn III

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Trey grew up wedged in-between the aisles of a video store. After a Cronenbergian inspired sequence, He has officially become fused with both film and video games. He writes all things pop culture, and has accidentally kicked two sharks and lived. Give him a follow and Tweet him something not too judgy @TreyHilburn.
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‘Metro: Exodus’ Is Immensely Impressive Survival Horror

Welcome to Moscow. Or if you are familiar with the Metro series, then welcome back, comrade. Since Metro 2033 released back in 2010 an...

Arrow Video’s ‘Audition’ Blu-Ray Release Goes Deeper, Deeper, Deeper

It’s been over a decade since my first viewing experience of Takashi Miike’s Audition. I remember watching this one during a time...

‘Horror Express’ Blu-Ray Loaded with Lee, Cushing and Prehistoric Terrors

A little bit of Hammer styled horror cross-pollinated with 70s Spanish cinematic flair make up the body of Horror Express. The folks...

Expectant Moms Receive a Bundle of Frights at a Special Screening of Orion Pictures ‘The Prodigy’

The Omen’s Damien would be super proud and devilishly delighted with Orion Pictures and Fons PR’s latest and terrifyingly fun event. On...

‘Resident Evil 2’ One-Shot Demo Is A Great Appetizer

Capcom released a demo for the upcoming Resident Evil 2 over the weekend. The 'One Shot' demo gives you a 30-minute window...

The Two Best Horror Blu-rays From 2018

Hey, this year was filled with some amazing blu-ray releases. Arrow, Shout Factory and Vinegar Syndrome leading the way in all sorts...

Get a Load Of These Retro VHS Look Blu Ray Releases

Everything old is new again and currently, nostalgia is a comfort food that I’m totally behind. Lucky for us, nostalgia has consumed...

WATCH ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’ Now Features Werewolves and Vampires

Ya know, I never thought that I would see the day that Helena Bonham Carter would be kicking zombie ass in...

WATCH: ‘Dial Code Santa Clause’ Trailer Combines Horror and ‘Home Alone’

For the longest time, I believed that a film I had seen as a kid was the result of a fever I...