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Movie Review: Evil Little Things

The latest offering in the killer doll subgenre of fright fare is director Matt Green’s Evil Little Things, a horror anthology consisting of two main tales and a wraparound. The film offers a fair share of amusement, but it falls a bit flat in the technical department, including some editing and sound glitches that are […]

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‘Clown Motel: 2 Death Do Us Part’ Kickstarter Features Killer Perks

    Less than a year ago we reported about the coulrophobia inducing flick Clown Motel, which was a hit among horror fans. Now, the sequel Clown Motel: 2 Death Do Us Part has kicked off its Kickstarter campaign. With just 10 days left of the campaign and 75% funded, award-winning Director Joseph Kelly (Clown Motel, Bloody […]

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DVD Review: Clown Fear (2020)

Carlee ( Sadie Katz who co-wrote the film along with director Minh Collins) decides gettin’ hitched ain’t her bag (mainly because her future beau is a D-bag) and ditches her wedding along with a cadre of bridesmaids. Their flight takes them waaaay off the beaten path and they find themselves at a motor inn run […]

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Movie Reviews (Frightening Ass Film Fest): After Midnight, Greenlight, and Wrinkles the Clown (all 2019)

After Midnight (formerly titled Something Else) is an odd beast, in the best way. It pushes boundaries on genre blending, resulting in a creature feature film that may be too slow for those hoping for an outright horror outing, but it will highly reward viewers interested in the current trend of quieter, personal fright fare.  […]

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Joker: Cinema Not Cynema

Joker is a horror movie. I will classify it as social horror, while I’ve seen others label it psychological horror. As I find One Flew over The Cuckoo’s Nest, Se7en and to an extent Network as social horrors, Joker falls right into this category. Cynema is not about “movie reviews” yet I have to tackle […]

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DVD Review: Clownado (2019)

As Clownado opens, we learn of the dangers of circus-related theft (a true plague to the youth of the nation these days)…which could best be described as kooky clowns showing us that tits n’ darts don’t mix (a lesson I learned all too well at my last soiree at the Crypt o’ XIII)…if they don’t […]

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Four Creepy Character Posters Unleashed For ‘Haunt’

      The brilliant duo behind A Quiet Place, Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, has just unleashed the character posters for their newest terrifying tale, Haunt, produced by Eli Roth (Hostel, The Green Inferno). The question is, does this mean there are four killers?     Set on Halloween, the film follows a group of friends […]

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