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Film Review: The Unspoken (2015)

SYNOPSIS: In 1997 the Anderson family vanished from their home without a trace. No bodies were ever found. For 17 years the house has remained undisturbed… until now. REVIEW: The Unspoken is a 2015 horror film that was written and directed by Sheldon Wilson. I previously reviewed The Night Before Halloween, which was also written/directed by Wilson and I had …

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DOWN A DARK HALL Starring AnnaSophia Robb and Uma Thurman | Official Trailer

Welcome to Blackwood, where lost girls find their way… From the producers of The Twilight Saga comes the new trailer and poster for DOWN A DARK HALL. Starring AnnaSophia Robb (Soul Surfer, The Carrie Diaries) alongside Isabelle Fuhrman (Orphan), Victoria Moroles (Teen Wolf), Noah Silver (The Tribes of Palos Verdes), Taylor Russell (TV’s Falling Skies), Rosie Day (Outlander), and Uma Thurman. DOWN A …

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Slasher Films That Went Too Far

Hello, my little darlings, I have returned in full force and today I give you slasher films that went too far. Before we begin I must say it’s a difficult task that has been given to me, but I’ve never shirked away from challenges bellowed from the shadows. It’s difficult for me to classify horror films with the title of …

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Interview: Director Jack Sholder

From William Butler Yeats to Freddy Krueger and Beyond: An Interview with a True Cinema Maverick, Director Jack Sholder One of my very first experiences of quaking in my boots (er, sneakers really) at a horror feature in the theaters came in 1982 as a completely sponge-like, impressionable 15-year-old was accompanied by his dad to the local second-run house to …

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Film Review: The Suckling (1990)

SYNOPSIS: A woman goes to a back alley abortion clinic, only to have her aborted fetus attack her, her boyfriend, and everyone else at the clinic. REVIEW: Trust me when I tell you that “The Suckling” is not a movie that I ever planned on watching. Between the cover art and the title, I just couldn’t see watching something that …

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Film Review: The Wicker Man (1973)

SYNOPSIS: “Police Sergeant Neil Howie arrives on a Scottish island looking for a missing teenager girl, Rowan Morrison. The place belongs to Lord Summerisle and is famous because of their plantation of apples and other fruits and their harvest. Sergeant Howie realises that the locals are pagans, practicing old rituals, and Rowan is probably alive and being prepared to be …

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Netflix’s True Crime Series THE STAIRCASE *** Official Trailer, Key Art & Date Announcement

Netflix releases full trailer for forthcoming true crime series ‘The Staircase’   A Thirteen-Part Documentary Series Featuring Three Netflix Original Episodes Launching Globally on Netflix on 8th June About ‘The Staircase’ ‘The Staircase’ is a gripping real-life courtroom thriller, offering a rare and revealing inside-look at a high-profile murder trial and is an engrossing examination of contemporary American justice. It …

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ASH VS EVIL DEAD: SEASON 3 on Digital 5/25 and Blu-ray & DVD 8/21

The Final Season Buzzes onto Digital May 25 and on Blu-ray™ and DVD on August 21 from Lionsgate Legendary horror icon Bruce Campbell (The Evil Dead Franchise) stars in the “truly insane, awe-inspiring, and gruesome” (Merrill Barr, Forbes) final season of “Ash vs Evil Dead”: Season 3, arriving on Digital May 25 and on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital) and DVD August …

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Film Review: Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds (2017)

SYNOPSIS: After a heroic death, a firefighter navigates the afterlife with the help of three guides. REVIEW:     There are certain subjects in film that I am always interested in seeing: horror musicals, sea monster expeditions, robots that want to be human, and hunting men for sport. But my favorite by far are stories dealing with the afterlife—angels, demons, gods, higher …

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TERROR TAKE AWAY – THE FIRST HORROR MOVIE ABOUT PIZZA

Terror Take Away is the second film by Alberto Bogo, the Italian director whose first film Extreme Jukebox, in 2015, was distributed by the famous Troma Entertainment. Bogo returns with a film that he describes as “A political horror at George Romero”, full of old school splatter effects, violence, beautiful girls and grotesque humour!The director adds: “Italy is famous in …

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Film Review: Life Of Pi (2012)

SYNOPSIS: “In Canada, a writer visits the Indian storyteller Pi Patel and asks him to tell his life story. Pi tells the story of his childhood in Pondicherry, India, and the origin of his nickname. One day, his father, a zoo owner, explains that the municipality is no longer supporting the zoo and he has hence decided to move to …

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Interview: Author David W. Gammon (House of Anguish)

Hello Dave, thank you for taking the time to do this interview for Horrornews.net. Please tell us about “House of Anguish?” Pleasure’s all mine Janel. I’ve read your column several times and always intrigued with your thought provoking questions and captivating topics. Now, House of Anguish is my debut horror novel. It depicts the plight of Damien Galligher. At the …

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Film Review: Lost Horizon (1937)

SYNOPSIS: “In 1935, seasoned diplomat Robert Conway is sent to rescue a group of British nationals who find themselves in China the midst of a rebellion. Conway manages to get them all out and also to escape with his brother George and several others on the last airplane only to find that they are being flown far into the Himalayas. …

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MOWGLI / First Trailer, One Sheet & Featurette

IN CINEMAS OCTOBER 19, 2018   TRAILER EMBED:       DIRECTED BY ANDY SERKIS   STARRING CHRISTIAN BALE, CATE BLANCHETT, BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH, NAOMIE HARRIS, ANDY SERKIS, MATTHEW RHYS, FREIDA PINTO, ROHAN CHAND, PETER MULLAN, JACK REYNOR, EDDIE MARSAN and TOM HOLLANDER  Motion capture and live action are blended for “Mowgli,” a new, big-screen, 3D adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s classic …

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