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Daniel K

Since his early days Daniel has been a great lover of horror, the sick and the twisted. Daniel has been involved in front of the camera and has majored in film studies at university with a keen focus on the horror genre.

Film Review: Drone (2017)

SYNOPSIS: Ideologies collide with fatal results when a military drone contractor meets an enigmatic Pakistani businessman. REVIEW: Have you ever wondered how to make a thriller with not a single fleck of suspense? Have you ever wondered what Sean Bean has been up to since Game of Thrones? Drone answers these questions. Drone is an interesting film (in theory) as …

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Film Review: Realm of Souls (2013)

SYNOPSIS: Last year, a group of filmmakers set out to investigate 13 of the most haunted locations in Georgia in order to gather footage of the supernatural for use in their next horror film. They would never return… REVIEW: I literally don’t know where to start with this film. I really don’t. I’m so frustrated and confused after watching Realm …

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Film Review: Disaster L.A. (2014)

SYNOPSIS: After a meteor shower strikes Los Angeles, toxic smoke is released across the city causing people to physically change and become violent. A small group of survivors plans to vacate the city by heading to the coast. REVIEW: I think most horror fans can agree that there is nothing worse than watching a boring horror film. Watching a ‘trashy, …

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Film Review: The Babadook (2014)

SYNOPSIS: A single mother, plagued by the violent death of her husband, battles with her son’s fear of a monster lurking in the house, but soon discovers a sinister presence all around her. REVIEW: The buzz around The Babadook should not be taken lightly. This film which screened at Sundance blew me away in its inventive and thrilling style. Director …

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Film Review: Hansel Vs Gretel (2015)

SYNOPSIS: When Gretel falls under a dark spell and organizes a coven of witches, Hansel must find the courage to fight his twin sister and the sinister forces controlling her. REVIEW: We all know that The Asylum films aren’t what you would call great films. Their most famous exploit Sharknado delighted fans with its over the top and fundamentally silly …

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Film Review: Gnome Alone (2015)

SYNOPSIS: When Zoe inherits the magical protection of a bewitched Gnome, she quickly realizes that he isn’t your garden variety gnome, when he begins eliminating her enemies in extravagant displays of revenge. REVIEW: What a wasted opportunity. You would expect a film about a killer gnome going out exacting revenge for his unsuspecting master to be a grand campy time. …

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Film Review: Open Windows (2014)

SYNOPSIS: A jilted fan is pulled into a a world of cat-and-mouse danger after accepting an invitation to spy on his favorite actress via computer. REVIEW: Never before have we been more obsessed by celebrities. Since the times of Marilyn Monroe and James Dean the public have always wanted to know the intimate details of the stars we see on screen. More recently …

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Film Review: Starry Eyes (2013)

SYNOPSIS: Starry Eyes utilizes the same approach genre films from the 1970’s used, where the horror stems from the character and what they are going through and where the horror represents the internal working of a character REVIEW: What would you do to be a star? We live in a time where fame seems to be the number one currency. …

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Film Review: Left Behind (2014)

SYNOPSIS: A small group of survivors are left behind after millions of people suddenly vanish and the world is plunged into chaos and destruction. REVIEW: What would you do if you were left behind with Nicholas Cage while all the ‘true’ souls had been taken to heaven. Probably have a party because Cage is awesome and every loser/weirdo in the …

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Film Review: Nightcrawler (2014)

SYNOPSIS: When Lou Bloom, a driven man desperate for work, muscles into the world of L.A. crime journalism, he blurs the line between observer and participant to become the star of his own story. Aiding him in his effort is Nina, a TV-news veteran. REVIEW: The all American dream kills. A man/woman’s quest to succeed coming from nothing is what …

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