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Pokémon? No.

Pokémon? No.

Nekrotronic   by Christie Robb It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a cute accent will make even the silliest sentiment 20 percent more charming. So, it’s fortunate that the dialogue…read more →

Last Action Hero

Last Action Hero

Re:Born by Rachel Willis How does one kill a ghost? That’s the question at the heart of the mystery in director Yûji Shimomura’s martial arts thriller, Re:Born. The film opens…read more →

Ticket for One

Ticket for One

Nightmare Cinema by Hope Madden Horror short compilations can be tricky business. Mick Garris, far better known for being a horror fan than a horror filmmaker, collects a handful of…read more →

Misty Mountain Hop

Misty Mountain Hop

Gwen by Hope Madden “Steal a sheep and they’ll take your hand. Steal a mountain and they’ll make you a lord.” Writer/director William McGregor clarifies the source of real horror…read more →

Muted Fury

Muted Fury

The Furies by Brandon Thomas Horror and social commentary are synonymous with one another. Fifty years ago, Night of the Living Dead tapped into America’s anxiety about the Vietnam War.…read more →

Hell to Pay

Hell to Pay

Hell House LLC 3: Lake of Fire by Brandon Thomas I’m an easy mark for found footage movies. When done well, their use of unseen horror gets under my skin…read more →

Urban Jungle

Urban Jungle

Tigers Are Not Afraid by Hope Madden Comparing most films to Pan’s Labyrinth would be setting a bar too high. Guillermo del Toro’s macabre fable of war and childhood delivers…read more →

Tale of Two Mothers

Tale of Two Mothers

The Wrath by Hope Madden This week, Shudder premieres a Korean ghost story, and there is always reason to be optimistic about a Korean ghost story. Young-sun Yoo’s The Wrath…read more →