Review: Ghost Witch

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Tweet ReviewI will start with being honest, I really struggled through this movie. It’s not the worst of its type I have seen (and by ‘type’ I mean, amateur paranormal investigators go into an old house, uncover the urban legend everybody scoffs at is true, and then awaken a spirit of some sort) but I found it to be, frankly unentertaining and uninspiring.   The official synopsis: “A group of rag-tag paranormal investigators (G.H.O.S.T.) get more than they bargain for when they research an old local urban legend for a disturbed local girl.” I will say that the film started […]

Review: Channel Zero – Season 1: Candle Cove

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Tweet ReviewDeveloped for the screen from an original creepy pasta (written by Kris Straub) ‘Channel Zero: Candle Cove’ is a definite series to check out this Halloween season. The series is split into six 45-minute-long episodes which takes the story to its conclusion, and whilst there are plans for a season two, it will not feature in the same setting or indeed context. The plot centres on Mike Painter (Paul Schneider) a child psychologist who is beckoned, in dreams and hallucinations, back to his hometown after a psychological breakdown. As a child he was the sole survivor of an unexplained […]

TRICK ‘R TREAT, HOCUS POCUS, & More New Horror Movie Shirts from Fright-Rags

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Trick ‘r Treat & more new horror movie shirts from Fright-RagsOn sale now at   October is upon us, and Fright-Rags is helping horror fans celebrate in style with new apparel from Trick ‘r Treat, Hocus Pocus, The Worst Witch, Mr. Boogedy, and Friday the 13th Part III.   Fright-Rags’ new collection dedicated to Michael Dougherty’s Trick ‘r Treat is highlighted by the Samhain combo pack. Limited to only 31, the set includes a Trick ‘r Treat lighted foam pumpkin, hand-carved by renowned pumpkin artist Ian Fetterman, and a T-shirt designed by Ralf Krause. Shirts, hoodies, and baseball tees […]

Review: Demons (2017)

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Tweet ReviewDemons is a supernatural horror movie written and directed by acting veteran Miles Doleac. Doleac also stars in the movie as a priest who is haunted by the ghost of a girl who died during a failed exorcism. In-fact, the film, set 8 years after that incident follows the (ex)priest and his now wife, the sister of the deceased, as they engage in a spiritual head to head with the ghosts of the past. Whist the film flits between the present and the harrowing night of the exorcism the overarching theme addresses all manner of existential subject matter. Indeed, […]

Review: Pieces (Short)

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Tweet ReviewPieces is a short film by writer/director Dan Sunley. It is first venture into horror with his previous feature ‘Your Fired!!!’ residing in the comedy section of the video store, and what a fantastic first impression he has made – and a lasting one at that. The story of ‘Pieces’ opens as a young lady Isabella takes reluctant responsibility for tidy up the affairs at the house of her recently deceased grandmother. The rest of the family make their excuses not to come to the house, but dutifully she is undeterred. Whilst the majority of the houses content are […]

Review: The 13th Friday

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Tweet ReviewThe 13th Friday… where to begin… If there wasn’t already a reasonably good slasher movie of the same name, this rather shameless namesake cash-in could more aptly called WTF? Official synopsis: When a female refugee discovers an ancient demonic device that opens the gateway to another realm, she unleashes a dark entity that poses as her daughter. After many failed attempts to have the church explain the creation of her worst nightmares, she learns that the house is cursed by an enraged spirit that died on Friday the 13th. And now a group of thrill seeking friends unknowingly unleash […]

Review: Dogged

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Tweet ReviewRichard Rountree treats fans of his 2015 short film of the same name to a feature length revisit to the remote island where the 4-minute segment (a runner up in the BBC 3s The Fear competition) was set. The movie’s title cleverly underpins the films main theme, that of relentless and tiresome pursuit, as well as referring to the films canine mask wearing antagonists. The film follows Sam (Sam Saunders) as he returns to his remote home to attend the funeral of a family friend, a young lady who supposedly fell to her death in a tragic accident. Shunned […]

Review: Red Christmas

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Tweet ReviewWithout wanting to ruin my review with an outburst of opinion right in the opening line, but I was seriously impressed with ‘Red Christmas’ a slasher film with a real emotional punch and some awesome set pieces. With a cast helmed by horror veteran Dee Wallace, we spend one rather unfortunate final Christmas with a family whose past just caught up with them. A widow (Wallace) and her bickering family gather at her remote estate on Christmas Eve. She must soon protect them all from a hideously deformed killer who’s out for bloody revenge. All in all, typical slasher […]

They See You this November – Sightings

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Writer-director Dallas Morgan’s unnerving supernatural thriller Sightings premieres on VOD this November. Dante Basco (Hook, Bad Ass 2 : Bad Asses), Kevin Sizemore (Fear the Walking Dead: Flight 462), and Boo Arnold (Nashville) star in a pulse-pounding cornucopia of Stranger Things, Signs and Jaws, arriving November 7. When former Sheriff and skeptic of the paranormal, Tom Mayfield (Boo Arnold), encounters three dead bodies on his TX ranch, he must enlist the help of his conspiracy-theorist brother-in-law (Rawn Erickson II), a local surveillance expert (Dante Basco), and a renowned cryptozoologist (Stephanie Drapeau), in order to uncover who or what is behind […]

Grab yourself a front row seat to end of the world

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  Jacob Fitts television host and survivalist, with his crew Producer Adam Levine & Cameraman Mason Riley set out to shoot another episode of their popular survival show, I Am Alone. Episode 413 takes us deep into the Colorado Rockies where Jacob will be left alone for 7 days while his team sets off into town to capture footage and shoot interviews. Within hours a viral outbreak spreads rapidly across the globe. Unaware of this outbreak, Jacob, isolated and alone continues shooting his Television show. As day one comes to a close Jacob is attacked and bitten by an infected […]