Tuesday , 23 May 2017

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The Diabolical injects sci-fi into haunted house tale – review

From The Uninvited and The Haunting to The Amityville Horror, Poltergeist and Paranormal Activity, malevolent spirits have terrorized film protagonists and frightened audiences for decades. In The Diabolical, the haunted house tale is given a sci-fi twist that sets it apart from its predecessors. It’s a terrifying story of a family besieged by ghastly, ghostly creatures. Ali Larter (Final Destination 1 ... Read More »

All’s not black & white on The Walking Dead

The dead are back in town….just spread the word around. AMC’s crown jewel, The Walking Dead, has returned for its sixth season, in what may very well be it’s biggest episode yet, and not just in its running time of 90 minutes. The stage has been set for an onslaught of walkers the likes of which Rick and company, or ... Read More »

Fear not! The Walking Dead returns!

The biggest, baddest, boldest, bloodiest and best show on television returns on Sunday to satisfy hungry viewers worldwide. AMC’s The Walking Dead is entering its sixth season (sixth season!) and is showing no signs of slowing down, even as the walkers on the show get more decrepit and rotted to the bone. For those who watched the recently finished six ... Read More »

X marks the new Files spot!

THE TRUTH IS STILL OUT THERE Our favorite believer and skeptic are returning to television in 2016, and FOX has released a brand new trailer to get us all excited once again in the unknown, extra-terrestrials and government conspiracies. The X-Files hasn’t been seen on the small screen in fourteen years, and in that time, we’ve only gotten one lukewarmly received ... Read More »

Attack on Titan assaults theaters!

A giant pair of films are about to be unleashed upon theater screens around the world. Attack on Titan, a film so big, it had to be split into two parts in order to sufficiently tell its tale, continues the tradition of colossal creatures decimating the human population. Based on a popular Japanese manga series of comics, this unrated live ... Read More »

The Green Inferno blazes into theaters – review

The saying goes, ‘you are what you eat.’ What that means when it comes to human cannibalism, who knows, but that practice is the subject of goremeister Eli Roth’s latest bloodbath, The Green Inferno. Taking inspiration from the Italian cannibal films from three plus decades ago and bringing it into the modern age, The Green Inferno is the thinking man’s splatterfest, a ... Read More »

Scream Queens to reign on Fox Tuesdays

From Barbara Steele to Jamie Lee Curtis, from Debbie Rochon to Danielle Harris, and from Sarah Michelle Gellar to Mary Elizabeth Winstead, ‘Scream Queens’ have been an essential element to horror on screen for decades. Combining beauty with a tenacity to survive, often to the end as the ‘final girl’, and of course, with the ability to scream one’s lungs ... Read More »

The Green Inferno set to turn screens red

If there was any filmmaker qualified enough to take the cannibal subgenre of horror film that was once popular decades ago, and bring it back into modern theaters, it is the one and only Eli Roth. It is hard to believe it has been eight years since we last saw a feature film directed by Roth, that being 2007’s Hostel: Part ... Read More »

The Visit a welcome return for M. Night – review

“Just try to accept they’re old people and things won’t seem as weird.” Grandparents and their grandchildren oftentimes have a unique bond that even parents and their children don’t have. Whether it’s the extra generation between them that serves as a buffer from the usual arguments and rebellious behavior, or the tolerance and acceptance from both sides that make their ... Read More »