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Review: ‘She Never Died’ Brings Female Fury to an Immortal Tale

She Never Died is a tangential sequel to 2015’s Henry Rollins-lead He Never Died, which follows Rollins’ Jack as he shuffles through his immortal...

[REVIEW] ‘Daughter of Dismay’ Crafts a Dismal Tale

Imagery is a powerful tool in horror films, and the most powerful movies have images that stick in your head long after you leave...

[REVIEW] Netflix’s ‘In the Tall Grass’ Requires Your Full Attention

Netflix's adaptation of Stephen King and Joe Hill's novella In the Tall Grass hits the streaming service this Friday, October 4, 2019. Adapted and directed by...

Fantastic Fest 2019: ‘Butt Boy’ is a Hard Boiled, Bizarre Game of Cat and Mouse

Butt Boy is a strange ride. It’s a film called Butt Boy after all, so I suppose some level of strangeness is suitable. It’s...

‘The Matrix’ In 4DX Plugs You Into The Movie For Its 20th Anniversary

Hard to believe it has been 20 years since the world was introduced to Keanu Reeves as hacker turned savior, 'Neo' and the idea...

Fantastic Fest 2019: ‘The Golden Glove’ A Challenging, Chilling Examination of a Serial Killer

The intro to The Golden Glove was an interesting and almost concerning. Before the premiere at Fantastic Fest we were greeted by a host...

[REVIEW] Franck Khalfoun’s ‘Prey’ Attempts to Revitalize Survival Tropes

Prey, a new survival horror film from Franck Khalfoun (Amityville: The Awakening), is set for release in select theaters and on VOD this week. Produced by...

Fantastic Fest 2019: ‘Wrinkles the Clown’ is a Constantly Surprising Peek Behind the Mask

You remember that clown that was going around scaring the pants off pedestrians in Florida a few years back? It's Such a specific question...

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TADFF Review: ‘The Furies’ is a Brutal, Bloody, Battle Royale

From writer/director Tony D’Aquino, The Furies follows Kayla (Airlie Dodds, Killing Ground) as she wakes up alone, in a box, in the middle of...

TADFF Interview: Tony D’Aquino on ‘The Furies’ and Practical Horror

The Furies is the sun-scorched feature film debut of Australian writer/director Tony D'Aquino. It's a bloody little love letter to classic slasher films that...

‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Is Its Most-Viewed Yet

Netflix offers a lot of great original movies and TV shows, but there's no doubt that the most popular one currently is Stranger Things,...