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Top 5 Macabre Families Horror Fans Wish They Could Have Grown Up With

Television families have always been a staple from every generation since the dawning of the Boob tube. Most of the generations have grown up watching The Cleavers, The Osmonds, The Jacksons, The Partridges, and the Bradys among others but thankfully true horror fans have had families to grow up watching as well. We are gonna talk about the top horror/macabre …

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Film Review: US Sinners (2007)

SYNOPSIS: A grown man living with his over-religious mother struggles to grasp the ability to function as a man and avoid his mothers grasp. When a female coworker tempts him but ultimately lets him down, hell hath no fury like a psycho scorned. REVIEW: The story opens with our subject Tom Connelly sleeping. A twisted little soul as it would …

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Film Review: Methodic (2007)

SYNOPSIS: Methodic tells the story of a boy who becomes demonically possessed by an ominous presence known as “The Dollman”. Forced to obey his dark half, the boy ultimately murders his parents on his birthday and is sentenced to a life under a microscope at the state mental hospital. But evil cannot be contained so easily. Instead, “The Dollman” simply …

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Film Review: The Haunting in Connecticut (2009)

  SYNOPSIS: Based on a true story, The Haunting in Connecticut charts one family’s real-life encounter with the dark forces of the supernatural. When the Campbell family moves to upstate Connecticut, they soon learn that their charming Victorian home has a disturbing history: not only was the house a transformed funeral parlor where inconceivable acts occurred, but the owner’s clairvoyant …

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Film Review: Suicide Club (2001)

SYNOPSIS: After a group of 54 school girls commit suicide simultaneously at a train station, police start investigating their deaths and try to connect the seemingly unrelated suicides that had been plaguing Japan. With the help of a woman who identifies herself as ‘The Bat’ and set to the music of a girl band called ‘Dessert’ detectives dive head first …

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Film Review: Mad Cowgirl (2006)

SYNOPSIS: Director Gregory Hatanaka’s twisted thriller stars Sarah Lassez as Therese, a health inspector whose progressively delusional psyche leads her on a surreal — and bloody — odyssey. To cope with her marital split, Therese takes up with a slimy televangelist (Walter Koenig), indulges her appetites for sex and beef, and obsesses over a kung fu TV show. Meanwhile, her …

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Film Review: Gay Bed and Breakfast of Terror (2007)

SYNOPSIS: Forgetting to make advance hotel reservations for the party event of the year is a deadly mistake for five gay couples who are forced to stay at the Sahara Salvation Inn bed-and-breakfast — the only place in town with any vacancies. The out-of-the-way establishment is run by a God-fearing mother-and-daughter duo (Mari Marks and Georgia Jean) who appear to …

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Film Review: DeadGirl (2008)

DeadGirl (2008)

SYNOPSIS: When high school misfits Rickie (Shiloh Fernandez) and JT (Noah Segan) decide to cut school and find themselves lost in the crumbling facility of a nearby abandoned hospital, they come face-to-face with a gruesome discovery: a woman whose body has been stripped naked, chained to a table and covered in plastic. When both react to the situation in extremely …

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Women in Horror Month

This is a topic that I have done my best to stay out of this year for reasons that far surpass those that are already public record. Honestly, I would still be keeping to myself but since I keep getting asked for my opinion by related and unrelated parties, I will go into here and let it be the end …

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