Via B&S About Movies -The Boy (2016)

There’s a moment early on in The Boy where you’re either going to think it’s the dumbest movie you’ve ever seen or completely brilliant. I err on the side of the latter, loving the audaciousness that demands that you believe that a porcelain doll could be alive. Director William Brent Bell brings you along for […]

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Via Variety-The 20 Best Horror Films of the Last 20 Years

Twenty years, in terms of horror films, doesn’t sound all that long. Yet it adds up to a generation, and the list below reflects that. It’s a catalog of the cinematic fears and obsessions that define an era. The list is also destined to start a few fights (no, I’m not a fan of “It […]

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Via Grindhouse Theology-Us: A Dark Easter [Radha]

***SPOILER ALERT*** Continue at your own risk. God brought them together. The Messiah taught them the glory of the light. The Messiah taught them how to live in the light. The Messiah taught them how to kill their old selves and take their place in the world as newly born. The Messiah brought them […]

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Via B&S About Movies – The Intruder (2019)

My favorite moviegoing experience happened during the showing of The Intruder that we saw this weekend: as Dennis Quaid’s character finally reveals just how unhinged he really is, he sneaks up on one of the protagonists and a lady in front of me unleashed a full top of the rollercoaster hill scream. People equally laughed and […]

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Via Moviewarden-BRIGHTBURN director gives passionate account of the film in new BTS footage

In a recently surfaced behind-the-scenes footage of the upcoming film Brightburn, director David Yarovesky gives a passionate account of his new motion-picture set to be released on May 24th. Brightburn is a 2019 superhero-horror film that centers around a superpowered alien being who crash-lands on earth from space and is adopted by a pair of […]

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Via Movie Reviews 101-Pet Sematary (2019)

Director: Kevin Kolsch, Dennis Widmyer Writer: Matt Greenberg, Jeff Buhler (Screenplay) Stephen King (Novel) Starring: Jason Clarke, John Lithgow, Amy Seimetz, Jete Laurence, Naomi Frenette, Alyssa Brooke Levine, Maria Herrera Plot: Dr. Louis Creed and his wife, Rachel, relocate from Boston to rural Maine with their two young children. The couple soon discover a […]

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Via Grindhouse Theology-The Anxieties of Co-parenting: Identity & Transitional Loss in The Hole in the Ground (2019)[Trevor]

For Ander, who is growing into a lion that knows the lion who is good but not safe Cronin’s The Hole in the Ground (2019) opens with an extreme close-up of the protagonist, Sarah (Seána Kerslake), and her glowering expression sets the tone for the slow-burn, surreal horror flick produced by A24. Similar to Jordan Peele’s Us, the […]

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