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"She imagined me and I imagined her and that's...how it happens." - Everlasting Review

Having won the Jury Award for Best Feature at the 17th Annual Nevermore Film Festival and nominated for best feature at the Crystal Palace International Film Festival, Anthony Stabley’s crime thriller… 757 more words


Teenage Cocktail (2016) [REVIEW]

I might be biased because I know some of the masterminds behind it, but I’m always excited by what movies Snowfort Pictures puts out. Starting with… 760 more words

Non-Horror Movies

What Lisa Watched Last Night #161: Under The Bed (dir by Daniel Myrick)

Last night, I watched the latest Lifetime premiere film, Under the Bed!

Why Was I Watching It?

Well, there were a few reasons why I watched it.   715 more words


Carnage Park

Carnage Park (2016)
★★★ / ★★★★

Mickey Keating’s horror-thriller “Carnage Park” commands a real sense of style. Clearly influenced by Quentin Tarantino in terms of its dialogue and characterization, ‘70s pictures such as Wes Craven’s “The Hills Have Eyes” and Tobe Hooper’s “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre,” as well as raw and brutal grindhouse pictures’ effusive energy, the film may be considered both highly watchable and, for some, challenging to sit through. 424 more words

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Flick takes place in 1978 with country girl Vivian Fontaine (Ashley Bell) not having a good day. 715 more words

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With A Most Horrific Year, Senior Staff Writer Randall Colburn analyzes and reflects on the most critically acclaimed horror movie of every year, starting in 2015 and moving backwards. 1,694 more words

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Pat Healy Joins Rod Lurie’s TNT Drama Pilot ‘Monsters Of God’

Pat Healy (Cheap Thrills) has booked a series regular role opposite Garret Dillahunt in Rod Lurie’s post-Civil War drama pilot Monsters of God… 291 more words

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