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A Beast Stalks A Couple In The ‘Carnivore: Werewolf Of London’ – Now On VOD

  This January a werewolf stalks a couple in writer-director Simon Wells’ Carnivore: Werewolf of London starring Atlanta Johnson, Ben Loyd Holmes, Gregory Cox. “In an effort to save their relationship Dave takes Abi to a remote cottage but a fearsome beast is weighing up its prey, lurking in the shadows of the forest gaining […]

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Movie Review: Desolation Will Make Sure Your Terror Is Televised!

  Desolation begins with a woman dousing herself in alcohol and lighting herself ablaze in front of a rolling camera…talk about your all over hot foot, eh fiends?!! We then switch gears to focus on sad sack hotel worker Katie (Dominik García-Lorido) who soon begins hanging out with movie star Jay ( Brock Kelly) who’s […]

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Movie Review: House of Salem is a Demonic Dwelling Worth Visiting!

  A young dude is put to bed by his smoke show of a babysitter and proceeds to have a series of nightmarish visions that resemble The Wicker Man if it was directed by Clive Barker…most likely because he ditches his meds before takin’ the one way express to nighty-night junction…or so it seems. Then […]

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Movie Review: Sasq-watch is Worth Layin’ Your Eerie Eyeballs On!

  Sasq-watch concerns the half-ass adventures of two brothers; Nigel and Oscar (played by Paul Brittain and Adam Herschman respectively), who have made it their mission in life to collect a huge bounty offered by the family of a deceased Bigfoot hunter before the reward is discontinued. After missing their scheduled guided tour, they hook […]

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Movie Review: Paranormal Farm Brings a Horror Harvest Worth Seeing!

  In the latest entry in the massively saturated found footage fright flick genre, Paranormal Farm, a documentary film maker is called to an extremely rural farm to try and prove whether the location is actually haunted. He records everything (of course…wouldn’t be much of a ‘found footage’ film without any ‘footage’), and shows signs […]

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Movie Review: The Rizen Raises the Bar For Lovecraft Inspired Fright Flicks!

  As The Rizen begins, a young woman named Frances finds herself being dragged by the arm down a long, gore soaked hallway by a gurgling, chattering, sumbitch with his head wrapped in filthy bandages. What the creature doesn’t realize is he is not dragging a normal woman…no, he is in fact dragging a powder […]

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