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Take a Break from Cut-and-Paste Horror with HUNTER’S WEEKEND

There are certain expectations that arise when viewing indie horror films on the convention circuit. In a genre that often requires extensive use of props, stunts, special effects, and intricate make-up and costume design, it’s […]

Nov, 20

Your Childhood: Coming Soon to a Theater Near You

When you reach certain age that we won’t actually mention, the cherished memories of your youth swiftly become fodder for film and television projects that, in the long term, are often seen as regrettable mistakes. […]

Aug, 30

6-Headed Shark Attack: Please God, Just Kill Me Now

I’m pretty comfortable saying that I like some not classically ‘good’ movies. I own Howard the Duck on DVD and I really dug Hell Town. I’m cool with films that are maybe a little less […]

Aug, 28
How many times have you heard something playing in the background of a horror film, artist and title unknown, and thought, 'Wow, what a damn good song'? Outside of those same iconic themes that make the rounds on every so-called 'spooky' playlist during the Halloween season, much of the music included in or created for horror films seems almost ignored.

Murder Music: Dew’s Top Five Horror Soundtrack Songs

How many times have you heard something playing in the background of a horror film, artist and title unknown, and thought, ‘Wow, what a damn good song’? Outside of those same iconic themes that make the rounds on every so-called ‘spooky’ playlist during the Halloween season, much of the music included in or created for horror films seems almost ignored.

Nov, 07
All in all, this is the sort of fun content we love to see when it comes to mixing horror and comedy, much more amusing fair than the repetitious spoof-type films clogging up the genre.

Welcome to HELL TOWN; Enjoy Your Stay! (REVIEW)

All in all, this is the sort of fun content we love to see when it comes to mixing horror and comedy, much more amusing fair than the repetitious spoof-type films clogging up the genre.

Aug, 23
With any number of horrors lurking in the dark of the city, the viewer is left to decide if the increasing sense of suffocation and certainty that someone else is out there in the dark are the warnings of an imminent attack or simply and machinations of a broken mind.

Are You Afraid of the DARK (2015)? You Should Be. (REVIEW)

With any number of horrors lurking in the dark of the city, the viewer is left to decide if the increasing sense of suffocation and certainty that someone else is out there in the dark are the warnings of an imminent attack or simply and machinations of a broken mind.

Jun, 07
Once isolated at the snowy manor, Edith begins to see that her marriage to Thomas holds more mysteries than she might ever have thought.

The Horror of Crimson Peak [Review]

Once isolated at the snowy manor, Edith begins to see that her marriage to Thomas holds more mysteries than she might ever have thought.

Oct, 16

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