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Carrsan T. Morrissey

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Carrsan T. Morrissey is an independent filmmaker, writer, and photographer from Cedar Falls, Iowa. When he's not seeing and reviewing films for iHorror, he's probably making his own! You can check out his most recent work by following him on Facebook, or his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCemynf6sBfOcue4xApBC4Q
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‘Slender Man’ Is Far Too Thin On Lore

(AUTHOR'S NOTE: My friends and I called it 'Slenderman'. The 2018 film called it 'Slender Man'. I will use those two spellings to differentiate...

A Game Worth Playing: Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare

The best horror films aren't really about monsters, ghouls, or goblins. They're about us. On its surface, Truth or Dare is a simple, by-the-books horror film. A small...

‘A Quiet Place’ is a Modern Horror Masterpiece (REVIEW)

A Quiet Place opens with what could easily pass as a superb ten-minute short film. The Abbott family-A mother, father, and three children-are raiding a small...

Diagnosis: ‘Unsane’ is Tone-Deaf (Review)

How much is too much? This is a question that horror filmmakers have been confronted with since the inception of the genre. The idea of horror is...

“You Know Life Is Cruel…”-‘The Strangers: Prey at Night’ (REVIEW)

Believe it or not, The Strangers (2008) was the first R-Rated film I ever saw in theatres. I was 12, and it left me absolutely traumatized. Now, at...

Eli Roth’s ‘Death Wish’ is a Misfire

When I walked into the theater for Eli Roth’s Death Wish (which is a remake of a 1974 ‘exploitation’ film of the same name)...

A Study in Dread: Alex Garland’s ‘Annihilation’

ANNIHILATION, based on the novel by the same name by Jeff VanderMeer, is the sophomore directorial effort of Alex Garland (writer/director of the 2014 sci-fi powerhouse...