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  • In "Predator 2," the alien big-game hunter has his sights set on the urban jungle of Los Angeles, where he tangles with drug cartels, the U.S. government, and tough cop Danny Glover.

    "Predator 2" (1990) - Welcome to the Jungle!

    by Keith Abt0

  • A direct sequel to the original film from 1999. Director Adam Wingard and writor Simon Barrett offer a fresh spin on a familiar tale of terror.

    Blair Witch (2016) review

    Blair Witch (2016) review

    by Chris Sawin3

  • If you’ve ever watched the Academy Awards and used the presentation of the Sound Editing award (yawn) as an excuse to grab another bag of chips from the cupboard, A Quiet Place will make you rethink everything. Director (and actor, writer, and executive producer) John ...

    'A Quiet Place' Movie Review

    'A Quiet Place' Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Capture Kill Release is a found footage offering from writer and director Nick McAnulty. A found footage film that may just surprise you in an unpleasant way.

    Capture Kill Release Review (2017 Found Footage)

    Capture Kill Release Review (2017 Found Footage)

    by Mother of Movies and Series Reviews0

  • 2014 was a very good year, at least as far as the Black List of the best unproduced screenplays is concerned. Alongside the script for what would become the Oscar-winning film Manchester by the Sea...

    The Babysitter: Movie Review

    The Babysitter: Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • Can shark movies be tense thrillers? Of course, just watch Jaws. Can they be absurd messes? Most definitely, as we'll soon discover!

    Top 6 Insane Shark Horror Movies

    Top 6 Insane Shark Horror Movies

    by Jeremy Gill2

  • Throughout the decades, many monsters and psychopaths have roamed the pages of novels and drifted across the big screen. Very few of those creatures and crazies have ever quite made the impression that clowns do.

    Horror Movies Featuring Evil Clowns

    Horror Movies Featuring Evil Clowns

    by DS Duby37

  • It would be easy for even the most ardent Stephen King fan to start crying uncle (and no, not crying “Uncle Stevie”, as his Constant Readers do). In just the past few months—well, we all know the ...

    1922: Movie Review

    1922: Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • The Fede Alvarez directed horror film "Don't Breathe" starring Jane Levy, Dylan Minnette, Daniel Zovatto, and Stephen Lang is now playing in theaters.

    Don't Breathe (2016) review

    Don't Breathe (2016) review

    by Chris Sawin1

  • This article highlights the best haunted house movies, while also providing some trivia regarding the genre's history in moviemaking.

    Ten Best Haunted House Movies

    Ten Best Haunted House Movies

    by Kelley33

  • "Light finds a book that is able to kill: all he needs to do is write a name, and picture a face. Will he be able to stop crime forever?" How could Netflix ruin such a brilliant idea? Let's find out.

    Death Note (2017): Worst Netflix Project Ever?

    Death Note (2017): Worst Netflix Project Ever?

    by Marco Arista1

  • A creepy plot coupled with some good performances, Pyewacket proves to be an excellent low budget horror film which is capable of giving you the chills and creeps. A must watch if you are a fan of the horror genre.

    'Pyewacket' Movie Review - Welcome to the Jungle

    'Pyewacket' Movie Review - Welcome to the Jungle

    by Vikas Yadav0

  • A review for Universal's first attempt at a cinematic universe.

    The Mummy Review

    The Mummy Review

    by Ross Tanenbaum0

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  • A review of a new thrilling and suspenseful horror movie.

    Hereditary Review

    Hereditary Review

    by Ross Tanenbaum0

  • This is a non-spoiler review of "Mother!" starring Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem, Ed Harris, and more!

    Movie Review:

    Movie Review: "Mother!"

    by Bryan Ouellette1

  • Are you looking for movies like World War Z? It's is a superb action movie, so it's only fitting to look for some alternatives after you are done watching it. I have got you covered with this list.

    9 Best Post-Apoclyptic Zombie Movies Like World War Z

    9 Best Post-Apoclyptic Zombie Movies Like World War Z

    by Rahul Parashar2

  • Everyone has been talking about this movie like it's the greatest thing they've seen in a while. Sure it had some great ideas and was filled with festive horror, but I didn't like it. Wanna know why?

    'Better Watch Out' Review- Worst Movie I've Seen In Ages

    'Better Watch Out' Review- Worst Movie I've Seen In Ages

    by Mother of Movies and Series Reviews2

  • With its grounded, apocalyptic narrative, 'It Comes at Night' delivers a thought provoking and haunting story exposing the horror behind humanity.

    Movie Review: 'It Comes at Night'

    Movie Review: 'It Comes at Night'

    by Joseph Lawrence0

  • In the fourth "Prom Night" installment, a quartet of post-prom partying teens get a visit from a psychotic priest intent on teaching them the error of their sinful ways. Hilarity does not ensue.

    "Prom Night IV: Deliver Us From Evil" (1992)

    by Keith Abt2

  • This is a list of the top 10 scariest shaky cam movies out there. It's about hand held cameras, documentary crews and things so frightening that probably shouldn't watch...but you will and you just may pay for that later.

    Top 10 Shaky Cam Films

    Top 10 Shaky Cam Films

    by Vanessa Martinez Wilson3

  • Rarely has a second installment with a similar plot outclass its predecessor. Here we have more humor with better horror and production quality. For the fans, it's just a lot more fun.

    'Evil Dead 2' Review: Bloody Looney Tunes

    'Evil Dead 2' Review: Bloody Looney Tunes

    by Sam Shepards0

  • Netflix has hit a homerun by creating a tense and dreadful experience with solid atmospherics that elevate a derivative plot. It also has plenty to say about how guilt can impact a person

    Review: 'The Ritual'

    Review: 'The Ritual'

    by Nickalooch2

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  • I discuss the possible symbolic interpretations of Stanley Kubrick's adaptation of Stephen King's "The Shining" as discussed in a documentary called "Room 237".

    Room 237: Symbolism in The Shining

    Room 237: Symbolism in The Shining

    by Rachael Lefler2

  • In 1986's "Breeders," an alien stalks and violates virginal young women in New York City in order to spawn the next generation of his race.

    Great Bad Movies:

    Great Bad Movies: "Breeders" (1986)

    by Keith Abt7

  • At the pointy end of 2017, this was the movie that made the year awesome. My top pick is this wonderful action packed, virus studded, violence filled gem.

    'Mayhem' (2017): Best Horror Movie of the Year?

    'Mayhem' (2017): Best Horror Movie of the Year?

    by Mother of Movies and Series Reviews0

  • The newest instalment is something different. With the passing of Tobe Hooper this year, this Leatherface origin film manages to put a bit of mystery in its story. A must-see for fans.

    'Leatherface' (2017) Review

    'Leatherface' (2017) Review

    by Mother of Movies and Series Reviews0

  • Benjamin Cox doesn't usually review horror films but when he does, there's usually a reason why. In this case, it's more of a dire warning than an actual review.

    Should I Watch...? The Convent

    Should I Watch...? The Convent

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • This is a non-spoiler review of “A Quiet Place” starring John Krasinski, Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, and more!

    Movie Review: “A Quiet Place”

    Movie Review: “A Quiet Place”

    by Bryan Ouellette0

  • In Evil Dead 3, the saga returns with more slapstick and corny humor, this time in a medieval setting. Reinventing itself once again, the film is not perfect, but it's very good nonetheless.

    'Army Of Darkness' Review: The Medieval Dead

    'Army Of Darkness' Review: The Medieval Dead

    by Sam Shepards0

  • Trey Edward Shults is back with a meaningful film that leaves one hell of an impact, but whether or not it's filled with terror is completely up to the viewer. Joel Edgerton stars.

    It Comes at Night (2017) Review

    It Comes at Night (2017) Review

    by Chris Sawin1

  • I have read many reviews on this movie and they all seem to be the same. I wanted to have parts explained to me though! This is a spoiler-filled review to tell you what I uncovered.

    Movie Review-'Eloise' Explained

    Movie Review-'Eloise' Explained

    by Mother of Movies and Series Reviews6

  • Everyone recommends this film. The premise seems strong and the story is inviting, however, I was left feeling like I was watching a different movie to everyone else.

    'The Autopsy of Jane Doe' (2016) Review

    'The Autopsy of Jane Doe' (2016) Review

    by Mother of Movies and Series Reviews0

  • In 1980's Prom Night, Jamie Lee Curtis is menaced by yet another masked psycho killer, this time at a high school prom. Watch for Leslie ("Airplane!") Nielsen in a supporting role.

    "Prom Night" (1980) Review

    by Keith Abt12

  • This cryptic horror allegory is a frenetic, disturbing, and thought-provoking experiment.

    Movie Review: 'mother!'

    Movie Review: 'mother!'

    by Jonathan Saloio0

  • The American adaptation of Death Note was a blatant insult and a disgrace. Buckle up because this review is going to be scorching. I give it a 0.5 out of 4.

    Death Note (2017) Movie Review

    Death Note (2017) Movie Review

    by Alec Zander2

  • This chilling and hilarious movie has all the makings of a cult classic. I review this not-to-be-missed horror comedy, filmed in the UK, at a screening with cast and crew.

    The Snarling - Indie Horror Comedy Review

    The Snarling - Indie Horror Comedy Review

    by Pollyanna Jones2

  • If we've learned anything from this film, it's never to have kids, keep the power tools away from your parents, and always have a box of Froot Loops on standby in case Nicolas Cage drops in.

    Mom and Dad (2017) Review

    Mom and Dad (2017) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Since the mid-70s, somewhere in the neighborhood of fifty Stephen King stories have been adapted into movies. While a few actually outshine their source material (including 1986’s Stand By Me and ...

    It: Movie Review

    It: Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • Don't Hang Up (2017) is a horror film with a good premise and concept but fails horribly on execution.

    Don't Hang Up Review

    Don't Hang Up Review

    by Joseph Lawrence0

  • The key questions are 'What exactly makes a horror film a horror film?' and 'Why are we so obsessed with feeling afraid and putting ourselves through our worst nightmares for fun?' In this article, I will talk about the different types of horror films and why we watch them with some examples.

    Why Do We Watch Horror Movies?

    Why Do We Watch Horror Movies?

    by Katie Newbery0

  • My spoiler review of the 8th "Saw" movie directed by the Spierig Brothers and starring Matt Passmore, Callum Keith Rennie, Clé Bennett, and more.

    T.O.W.E.L Review: Jigsaw (2017)

    T.O.W.E.L Review: Jigsaw (2017)

    by Kevin Cheng0

  • This is a non-spoiler review of “Unsane” starring Claire Foy, Joshua Leonard, Jay Pharoah, and more!

    Movie Review: “Unsane”

    Movie Review: “Unsane”

    by Bryan Ouellette0

  • In this article I will be discussing the marketing process that occurred during the production stages of It (2017). By evaluating the effect these powerful marketing techniques had on the success of this movie will help to explain why It was one of the biggest films of 2017.

    The Marketing and Hard Work Behind 'It' (2017)

    The Marketing and Hard Work Behind 'It' (2017)

    by Katie Newbery0

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  • While the cinematography, acting and mood-setting are technically brilliant, 'Hereditary' verges on being too bleak to be enjoyable, and fails to deliver adequate scares to make this a truly satisfying horror film.

    'Hereditary' Review: A Different Kind of Horrifying

    'Hereditary' Review: A Different Kind of Horrifying

    by Jack Teters0

  • The Alfred Hitchcock classic 'Psycho' created a whole universe that was further explored in 3 sequels, 1 remake and 2 TV series. Lets's take a look at how the films fare against each other!

    Ranking the "Psycho" Movies!

    Ranking the "Psycho" Movies!

    by Alex Dino1

  • "Trick or Treat" is a heavy metal horror film from 1986. Nerdy high school headbanger Eddie raises his favorite rock star from the dead which leads to chaos at his high school's Halloween dance.

    "Trick or Treat" (1986) Review

    "Trick or Treat" (1986) Review

    by Keith Abt14

  • The Bye Bye Man (2017) is a horror film with genuine scary moments but inconsistencies plague the film causing it to become average.

    The Bye Bye Man Review

    The Bye Bye Man Review

    by Joseph Lawrence0

  • Learn all you really need to know about life while watching horror movies. You would be amazed at all the important life lessons you can take away from watching scary movies.

    Life Lessons Learned While Watching Horror Movies

    Life Lessons Learned While Watching Horror Movies

    by Jeannie InABottle27

  • A film review of the 2018 horror/thriller directed by and starring John Krasinski, along with Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe.

    Movie Review: A Quiet Place (2018)

    Movie Review: A Quiet Place (2018)

    by Kevin Cheng2

  • In the 10th "Friday The 13th" installment, the unstoppable Jason Voorhees jumps four and a half centuries into the future to kill horny teens aboard a space station. Um... what?

    Great Bad Movies:

    Great Bad Movies: "Jason X" (2002)

    by Keith Abt0

  • "It" is the first live-action adaptation of the eponymous iconic Stephen King novel in 27 years. An emotionally and comically resonant film that's more about the journey rather than the destination.

    'It' (2017) Movie Review

    'It' (2017) Movie Review

    by Rami Nawfal0

  • Standing on its own, this movie still has something going for it. Replacing a cult figure like Campbell and the weirdness of Raimi is just too much to carry the same name as the original. Better go watch Ash vs Evil Dead.

    'Evil Dead' (2013) Review: A Deadly Serious Soft Reboot

    'Evil Dead' (2013) Review: A Deadly Serious Soft Reboot

    by Sam Shepards0

  • Why does the black guy always have to die first in horror movies? Well, sometimes he doesn't. Here's a list of horror movies where the black guy survives.

    Horror Movies Where the Black Guy Survives

    Horror Movies Where the Black Guy Survives

    by Len Cannon46

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  • Michael Feifer's underwhelming representation of the B.T.K. murders is made watchable due to Kane Hodder's strong screen presence. The intense kills are surprisingly creative in their execution, as well.

    Review Recollection: 'B.T.K.' (2008)

    Review Recollection: 'B.T.K.' (2008)

    by Chris Sawin0

  • The Shining is regarded as one of the scariest horror stories ever. But just where do you find the Overlook Hotel, the foreboding location at the heart of the film?

    "The Shining" Hotel Location

    "The Shining" Hotel Location

    by Judith Hancock61

  • This is a non-spoiler review of "It" starring Bill Skarsgård, Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard, and more!

    Movie Review:

    Movie Review: "It"

    by Bryan Ouellette0

  • In the 1985 cult classic "Demons", a mysterious evil jumps out of the screen during a horror film showing and possesses the audience. Hilarity ensues.

    Lamberto Bava's

    Lamberto Bava's "Demons" (1985)

    by Keith Abt2

  • Gore Verbinski described A Cure for Wellness as a psychological experiment on the audience and this movie is not just pizza that you eat and forget about. I thought about it and think I understand it.

    'A Cure for Wellness' 2017 Explanation and Review

    'A Cure for Wellness' 2017 Explanation and Review

    by Mother of Movies and Series Reviews0

  • Three burglars break into a rich blind man's house thinking it's going to be an easy score for them, but they soon find out that this old man isn't quite as helpless as he seems.

    Don't Breathe

    Don't Breathe

    by Steven Escareno0

  • There’s no shortage of things requiring a heaping amount of suspension of disbelief in Happy Death Day, the Groundhog Day-style horror-comedy (heavier on comedy, lighter on horror) from director ...

    Happy Death Day: Movie Review

    Happy Death Day: Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • The horror sequel is now available on digital and video on demand services. Stars Mark Duplass, Desiree Akhavan, and Karan Soni. Directed by Patrick Brice.

    Creep 2 (2017) Review

    Creep 2 (2017) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Although I like Evil Dead 2 and the TV series more, nothing beats the original in cult status. With great direction and an eye for detail, we can already see Raimi's class and Bruce Campbell's unique screen persona.

    'The Evil Dead' Review: The Most Cult-Worthy of Them All

    'The Evil Dead' Review: The Most Cult-Worthy of Them All

    by Sam Shepards0

  • Survival horror from Damien Power in his debut release feature film. This guy is one to watch. His exceptional story telling and ability to navigate the character development tightrope is brilliant.

    Killing Ground (2016) Review

    Killing Ground (2016) Review

    by Mother of Movies and Series Reviews0

  • A look at the evolution of Zombies in film starting with the slow, mindless creatures of 'Night of the Living Dead' to the recent chaotic monsters in 'World War Z'.

    The Evolution of Zombie in Film

    The Evolution of Zombie in Film

    by belleart6

  • Because 88films has recently released this little gem of Italian shlock, Lets take a look at a truly fantastic auful movie, the infamous Burial Ground 1981...

    Burial Ground 1981

    Burial Ground 1981

    by Steve Sunpire0

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