Via LolliZombi-Impressions: Hereditary [Megan-E-Pearson]

2018 was a great year for horror movies, and Hereditary stood out as a highlight for many genre fans. I was a bit slow to getting around to this movie but was finally able to, and I can certainly understand the hype. Hereditary finds us with Annie and her family on the day of her […]

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Via Grindhouse Theology-I Can’t See Where I’m Going, But I’ll Walk There Anyway: The Eschatology of Bird Box [Chris]

*Spoiler alert* Over the past few years, the streaming behemoth Netflix has been investing a lot of time and financial resources into their original programming. From series to stand-up comedy specials to full-length films, Netflix has provided its viewers with a steady stream of new content to keep them busy for quite a while. In […]

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Via Broke Horror Fan- Presenting BHF Modern Horror on VHS!

2018, like any year, has had its ups and downs, but one of my proudest accomplishments is launching Broke Horror Fan’s line of modern horror films on VHS.Victor Crowley, Dead by Midnight (11pm Central), Dark Roast, and Root of All Evil are still available on VHS in limited quantities from Witter Entertainment.We have more terrifying…

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Via Welcome to Moviz Ark!-Top 10 Worst Hollywood Films of 2018 – A MovizArk Take!!!

2018 has been a great year for movies that has reinvigorated the box office. But every year comes with the obvious duds at the cinema, and this year was no exception. For every critically acclaimed hit that came out in 2018, there are an equal number of films that could qualify as the worst movies of […]

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Via Grindhouse Theology- The Eye of The Innocents [McKenna]

What happens when we fix our eyes on things we are not supposed to see, when we behold that which we were not meant to behold? Do those things to which we expose ourselves become part of us, shaping us, forming us into vessels in their own image? And by the same token, can innocence […]

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