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September 20, 2021

Incarnate (2016) gives an interesting twist on Exorcism that had me thinking of the Insidious franchise much of the time. And for some reason, I convinced myself that the boys were the same actors from Insidious and Sinister, which isn’t true at all; I think it’s because of the likeness among them. Aaron Eckhart plays…

August 23, 2021

Pumpkins (2018) was a refreshing change from many of the horror movies I’ve seen recently. It has an 80s feel that I wasn’t sure was intentional, but totally worked, reminding me of Pumpkinhead (1988). The cheese level is extraordinary, another thing I wasn’t sure was intentional. The effects were great for a low budget film,…

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August 12, 2021

House at the End of the Street (2012) stars Jennifer Lawerence and Max Thieriot, and I always assumed it was just a typical teen horror from the bits that I’ve seen. But until I sat down and watched the entirety, I discovered it’s not typical at all. The truth, though, it’s not horror at all,…

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August 9, 2021

The Final (2010) is about a group of misfit teenagers who seek revenge on their abusers. We all know teenagers can be horrible creatures, turning into some nasty adults, but not all of them. Sometimes when I see a film like this, I get flashbacks to good ole high school days, and I’m thankful that…

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August 2, 2021

The Presence (2010) is not what I expected, but it’s good, nonetheless. It stars Shane West as Ghost, and it’s not exactly revealed who he was. For whatever reason, he is trapped in a cabin on an island and cannot leave. When the Woman arrives, he begins to watch her, and it’s on the creepy…

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July 22, 2021

Sixteen years after Howling VII (1995) was released comes The Howling: Reborn (2011); I think they waited that long because of the dreadfulness of the previous film. This one has some good tongue-in-cheek times, like when one of the characters makes fun of all the other films in the franchise because they were all “old”…

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July 5, 2021

I haven’t seen a good Werewolf movie in a long time, and I’m happy to announce that Howl (2015) is fantastic. It starts as we follow Joe Griffin through his boring life of being a security guard on a train, who then finds out that his bosses passed him over for a promotion. As they…

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June 21, 2021

Before I watched House on Willow Street (2016), I read the blurb that, in a nutshell, says criminals take a wealthy man’s daughter hostage to learn later she’s possessed. Those simple words intrigued me, so I had to see it because there’s something about possession movies that always give me the chills. This movie starts…

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