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Michelle Swope

Michelle is a Contributing writer for Horrornews.net, Dread Central, Nightmarish Conjurings and HorrorGeekLife.com. She loves indie horror, pastel hair color and cats. You can follow her on Twitter @RedheadfromMars.

Film Review: The Spiritualist (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Laura, suffering horrific night terrors and sleep paralysis, believes the sinister spirit haunting her is the ghost of her mother. Scared and desperate, she reaches out to the spiritualist to host a seance with her friends. Everyone is terrorized as the entity makes them all confront their worst fears. REVIEW: The Spiritualist (2016) was written and …

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Film Review: The Forlorned (2017)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A newly positioned lighthouse caretaker is haunted by a dark force and mysterious presence. Unlikely assistance is given to bring justice to the dark forces that lie within the lighthouse grounds.  REVIEW: The Forlorned is a new horror film from writer/director Andrew Wiest, who is also known for Pizza, Pesos, and Pistoleros (2004), Dead Noon (2007), …

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Film Review: The Night Before Halloween (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Pranksters find themselves being hunted down and killed by a creature they’ve inadvertently unleashed on the world after their Halloween stunt goes bad. REVIEW: The Night Before Halloween is a movie from Syfy Channel.  Writer/Director Sheldon Wilson has done several movies for Syfy.  If you’re not familiar with Syfy Channel movies,  it’s kind of hit or …

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Film Review: Inhumanwich! (2016)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Following a radioactive accident in outer space, an astronaut is transformed into a sentient blob of meat who devours everything and everyone in its path. REVIEW:  Inhumanwich! is the first feature length horror film from Writer/director David Cornelius. The film is an attempt at a throwback to the black and white science fiction movies of the …

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Film Review: Chimera (2018)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A brilliant but disturbed scientist freezes his children alive, while he races to cure their deadly genetic disease by decoding the DNA of the immortal Turritopsis jellyfish. REVIEW: Chimera is the first feature film from Writer/director Maurice Haeems, who is fascinated with science fiction and themes of immortality. The film stars Henry Ian Cusick, who I …

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