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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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Silhouette is the new feature from writer/director Mitch McLeod After the death of their only child, Jack and Amanda Harms move to a secluded home to try and start anew. Their daughter’s death has obviously added a lot more strain on what seems to be an already crumbling and fragile…

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After scrolling through Amazon Prime Video for what seemed like hours looking for something to watch, I said: “why not?” And gave S.Craig Zahler’s, Dragged Across Concrete another viewing. Like all of Zahler’s work to date, I remember really enjoying the film first time around for its rawness. After my…

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We have been impatiently waiting for the new Christopher Nolan’s movie. In december we received the first trailer and it already looked spectacular, but now, with this new one, the expectations just got higher. No many information has been released, but in imdb you can read : “Armed with only…

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A RETRO TINDER NIGHTMARE STARRING WIL WHEATON  IFC Midnight is acquiring North American rights to retro Tinder nightmare RENT-A-PAL. Written and directed by Jon Stevenson, starring Brian Landis Folkins (Hoax), Wil Wheaton (Stand By Me, Star Trek – The Next Generation), Kathleen Brady (Breaking Bad), and Amy Rutledge (Neighbor). Inspired…

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Sion Sono’s The Forest Of Love recently hit Netflix. Sometimes just one movie is worth your entire monthly subscription. This is one of those films. I will start off by saying that The Forest Of Love won’t be for everyone. Japanese director Sion Sono (Suicide Club, Love Exposure, Why Don’t…

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Homewrecker, a film directed by Zach Gayne, follows a premise we have probably all seen before. The Hand That Rocks The Cradle, bunny-boiler type of film, fuelled by jealousy and a distant connection, but Zach thankfully takes this on an altogether different path, playing to classic entrapment and claustrophobia horror….

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