Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Burning (1981) blu-ray review

Scream Factory’s increasing reputation as an imprint of Shout! Factory, for releasing classic/cult horror films, had me wanting to check one out for a while now. The Burning has been one of my favorite slasher films for a long time, … Continue reading

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MAMA (2013)

Victoria and Lily are two children that were abandoned in a cabin in the woods, after their father had killed their mother and was about to execute a murder-suicide on his children before a ghost/entity within the cabin kills him … Continue reading

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Berberian Sound Studio (2012)

Italian horror films from the 70s had a style that was unique and unlike no other. Specifically the “giallo” genre. Berberian Sound Studio’s story takes place during the height of that era. Gilderoy is a British sound engineer hired to … Continue reading

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Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (2013)

The story begins with the titled young siblings being inexplicably abandoned by their father in the middle of a forest somewhere where they encounter a nasty witch yet manage to team up and defeat her despite being little wee ones. … Continue reading

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Quite a Conundrum (2012)

Mimi and Tabitha plan a small party which gets flipped upside down when the fat guy with an eye patch shows up. He was a married man Mimi had been sleeping with but was unceremoniously dumped by Mimi for his … Continue reading

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Dark Skies (2013)

This film is directed by Scott Stewart, the same man that helmed both Legion and Priest. Thankfully this film is a lot better than those two lackluster films…well, it’s watchable at least. Dark Skies is an alien abduction tale centered … Continue reading

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The Tent, by Kealan Patrick Burke

The Tent is a fast paced novella-length story about a family camping trip that quickly transforms into a nightmare. Mike takes his wife and son on this “adventure”, thinking it will bring his family closer. When a nasty storm hits, … Continue reading

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