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POSSUM Review: The scariest kind of monsters are the ones that exist inside of our minds. THE DIRECTORIAL DEBUT FROM MATTHEW HOLNESS Possum would not be… Read More »Possum Review: An Unsettling Dissection Of A Broken Mind – Moviehooker
After years in development hell, Timo Tjahjanto’s long-awaited The Night Comes For Us finally hits Netflix If you a regular reader on here then chances… Read More »Review: Netflix’s Indonesian Splatterfest The Night Comes For Us
For Hardcore Horror Fans Only. Trauma will most definitely leave you Traumatised What do the words “extreme horror” mean to you?. To me, its that… Read More »Trauma Review: A Traumatising Suckerpunch To The Soul
The Meg was, unfortunately, a film I was so looking forward to seeing. Now, after all of these years of waiting, I would wish nothing… Read More »THE MEG REVIEW: More Bite In A Birdseye Fish Finger
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Fantasia International Film Festival Review: Joko Anwar’s supernatural horror SATAN’S SLAVES There is a special place saved for films that pull the supernatural-horror sub-genre off… Read More »Fantasia International Film Festival Review: SATAN’S SLAVES
Are Fairytales Real or Just Imagined?
Because Tigers Are Not Afraid is set in present time, the layered and magical way the story is told really gives you something to think about after the credits roll and the screen goes dark.
When I saw the trailer for this Mexican horror, fantasy infused with childhood fairytales I knew I had to see it. Lucky for me it was part of 2018’s Fantasia Film Festival Line up. Now it’s coming to Shudder and will begin streaming from September 12th 2019.
Whether or not you believe that making three wishes will allow your dreams to come true, this darkly lit, shocking film by Issa Lopez will test your senses. Lopez found a way to give the world some insight into the horrible drug wars happening right now not only in Mexico but mirrored in many countries around the world.Read More »Tigers Are Not Afraid Review