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Saw franchise to reboot through spin-off from Chris Rock

I'm not really sure how to tackle this it's so out of left field, but the Saw franchise is about to get a spin-off/relaunch film developed by Chris Rock. Yea, that Chris Rock. Evidently, the actor came to Lionsgate with an idea for the...

 
 
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Review: Perfect

Perfect lets you know what you're in for from its opening shot: A pulsing abstract image with a heavy seizure warning shifts in shape and gains clarity and texture as a ponderous voice recites Bachelor's Degree philosophy about life and lov...

 
 
 
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New Midsommar trailer showcases a folksy freakout

Following a bombshell of a poster, we now have our closest look at Ari Aster's upcoming Midsommar with its latest trailer. This gives us a peak at the relationship drama that builds up to a hellish festival in scenic Sweden. Honestly, I ha...

 
 
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Review: Saint Bernard

Saint Bernard is dreamlike moreso than most movies that attempt this distinction. Its journey of a music conductor into the mouth of madness works in symbol and metaphor with gleeful breaks in logic. Moments and places only mesh in that our...

 
 
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America will Purge for a fifth time summer 2020

The Purge has been a strange franchise as it just keeps on trucking, and yet I don't know anyone who's all that into it. The political-themed horror series landed its fourth entry last year with a prequel and even debuted a TV series. It's ...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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David S. Goyer to open the box on Hellraiser reboot

Gear up, BDSM freaks, because it looks like we might finally be getting the Hellraiser reboot we need. Spyglass Media is putting a re-imagining of the horror classic on the fast track with The Dark Knight writer David S. Goyer producing and...

 
 
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Review: Redcon-1

The premise for Redcon-1 is solid: A super soldier serum meant to mutate ordinary fighters into killing machines is carried by an escaped prisoner into the general population. It spreads as a zombie virus and gives any infected with previou...

 
 
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Crawl trailer gives us alligator Jaws, and I can't wait

Jaws should have always been about an alligator. This is just a fact. Alligators are gigantic meat-eating monsters that can also walk on land, which makes them about three billion times more dangerous than a dumb shark that you can just st...

 
 
 
 
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Tribeca Review: Bliss

It’s been ages since I’ve seen something as viscerally thrilling as Bliss. Horror movies in recent years have shifted away from gore and gallons of blood to psychological and more intimate fare, but you can only be psychological...

 
 
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Contest: Win a Blu-ray copy of Arrow Video's Scared Stiff

Attention '80s kids: Enter our contest for a Blu-ray copy of Arrow Video's Scared Stiff! I probably don't need to tell you why I love '80s horror, but I will anyway -- long story short, it's the practical effects. Computer-generated st...

 
 
 
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Review: Room for Rent

I've seen a frail old widow desperately fellate a toothbrush, and I'll never be the same again.

 
 
 
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Tribeca Review: Aamis

Before going in to see Aamis, I tried to explain what this movie was about to Hubert while I was eating a large stack of pancakes. I said that it was a love movie about two people that bond over meat in an Indian society and I had no expect...

 
 
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Review: I Trapped the Devil

I'm not a horror fan by any stretch of the imagination, at least not in the modern era. I feel that the genre has lost any sense of enjoyment by replacing steady tension building with jump scares and cliched villains. I yearn for the more p...

 
 
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Tribeca Review: Something Else

Horror movies are usually at their best when the monster or villain is an allegory for some deep seated theme or idea. When used properly, the monster/villain is a dark reflection of our protagonist and their flaws, forcing our main charact...

 
 
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Backwater brutality highlights the new Swamp Thing trailer

Featuring a decidedly-unheroic or grandiose atmosphere, DC has unveiled a proper look at its upcoming Swamp Thing series, produced by James Wan. It actually looks... really quite good! At least, it strikes me as a really fai...

 
 
 
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Meat is murder in trailer for The Young Cannibals

Don't you just hate it when you and your mates are out camping at a secluded site and here comes this old man trundling along offering some fat and delicious burgers, but then you find out that they're actually made of human flesh and now ...

 
 
 
 
 
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Tigers Are Not Afraid is coming to Shudder, please watch it

Tigers Are Not Afraid is the best thing I saw at Fantasia last year, and I haven't stopped thinking about it since. Its decayed Gothic beauty, the use of a cartel as its supernatural force, its monkey's paw twist on the power of wishes, and...

 
 
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Mark Hamill says three measly words in Child's Play trailer

"Good night, Andy." That's it. That's all we get out of Mark Hamill (at the very end of the trailer, of course) after this stupidly long succession of teases following the announcement that he would be voicing the serial-killing doll for t...

 
 
 
 




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Aniara"How grim it is, one's detonation."

 

All is True"To die, to sleep - no more"

 

A Dog's Journey"Old Yeller eat your heart out"

 

Perfect"More plastic than meat"

 

Saint Bernard"This guy's got some problems with wood"

 

Pokemon Detective Pikachu"The ending was not very effective"

 

The Hustle"A remake for those who have not seen the original"

 

Redcon-1"Doomsday but longer and worse"

 

Tribeca Georgetown"That's nearly a bingo"

 

Tribeca Crown Vic"I am... the LAW"

 

Tribeca After Parkland"A not so fitting memorial"

 

Shadow"Wuxia romance by way of Shakespeare and Machiavelli"

 

Uglydolls"You ain't got no alibi"

 

Long Shot"You'll probably tape over your laptop camera from here on out"

 

Tribeca Bliss"Paint it red, red, and more red"

 

Sundance 2019 : Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile"Zac Efron goes from heartthrob to heartless monster"

 

Knock Down The House"Everyone loves an underdog"

 

Room for Rent"Why old women shouldn't read romance novels"

 
 
 
 
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