Horror

Nightstream: The Collaborative Virtual Festival From Boston Underground, Brooklyn Horror, North Bend, Overlook, and Popcorn Frights  Festival to run October 8-11th, with select films available until the 14th World Premiere of Sarah Paulson Led Thriller RUN to Open Quentin Dupieux’s MANDIBLES to Close, as well as Featured Conversations with CANDYMAN director…

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Luz: The Flower of Evil – sins committed in the name of God Luz opens up with a vacant woodland, bones scattered everywhere. You know within a few seconds that it is going to be a visual gift. The scenery, the beautiful camera work and lighting sets the tone for…

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So, yeah, I’m Thinking of Ending Things was a mind-melter. It was surely expected coming from Kaufman, so here is my review and explanation of the film I’m Thinking Of Explaining Things…or at least I will try (MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD) After my first viewing of I’m Thinking of Ending Things,…

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Fantasia Festival 2020 Review: Sleep

First up for our Fantasia Film Festival coverage is a German film, Sleep. Mona (Gro Swantje Kohlhof) is deeply worried about her mother, Marlene (Sandra Huller). She doesn’t know if her Sleep condition is just her vivid imagination or some sort of undiagnosed illness. Mona’s mother works as a flight attendant….

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Random Acts Of Violence Random Acts Of Violence focuses on the author of a hugely popular R-rated graphic novel. Unable to come up with an idea on the final issue and how to end his story, he embarks on a cross-country road trip with his girlfriend, his assistant and best…

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Witness the messiah in Luz: The Flower Of Evil. This looks like a treat for fans of cult/folk horror. The trailer for Luz: The Flower Of Evil is the best trailer for a horror movie I have seen in some time. It offers a lot of “what the fuck?”, plenty…

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I know I am late to the game but better late than never, right? I have started uploading different movie-list trailers on YouTube. If you’re a regular reader here on Moviehooker, chances are you’ve already seen most of the films I am talking about. But hey, there are always some…

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