Tag Archives: In Horror

31 in 31 – “The House That Jack Built”

“If you feel like screaming, I definitely think that you should.” Story: Jack is an engineer by trade , an architectural hobbyist, and an extremely successful serial killer. He discusses his life, art, and “works” with new friend Verge as … Continue reading

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31 in 31 – “Scare Package”

“Don’t be the Final Boy. Be the Final Man.” Story: Hey, do you like horror? Are you drunk? Well then dig into this treasure trove of a not-quite-Grade Z (Grade Y?) film, filled with creepy, kooky tales. Wait. Did you … Continue reading

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AT HOME Screening Pass-palooza – “Evil Eye” *or* “Nocturne”!

Ready to get your October on? Because I’ve got passes for the virtual premiers of Evil Eye and Nocturne, part of the #WelcomeToTheBlumhouse series coming to Amazon Prime! Winners will receive an invite to one or the other, because surprises … Continue reading

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31 in 31 – “The Invitation”

“Who’s that?” Story: Two years ago, Will’s young son died. Shortly after, his wife left him for another man. But now, out of the blue, Will’s ex and her new hubby send an extremely beautiful formal written invitation to Will … Continue reading

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Con news – Tomorrow! #SDCCAtHome2020! Guillermo del Toro & Scott Cooper on ANTLERS and Filmmaking!

Have you been mainlining Comic-Con@Home? Me too! From The New Mutants to Deep Blue Sea 3, Latin American horror and Afro Futurism, there lots to enjoy this weekend, and the great thing? You can watch later if you miss one… … Continue reading

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TrailerWatch – “TRAIN TO BUSAN PRESENTS: PENINSULA”

It’s been four years since the excellent Train to Busan, and if you think those zombies have taken a break…you’re in for a bloody surprise. And a bloody good time, if this trailer is any indication. If Busan was Snowpiercer … Continue reading

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TrailerWatch – a couple rents a house filled with secrets in “You Should Have Left”

Based on the novel Daniel Kehlmann, this looks nice and creepy. Perfect for summer chills. Synopsis!  “What seems like a perfect retreat distorts into a perfect nightmare when Theo’s grasp on reality begins to unravel and he suspects that a … Continue reading

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TrailerWatch – “Antebellum” Janelle Monáe

“We go. Tonight.” (A quote from the movie, but also what I’m hoping to do once this film hits theaters.) I’m really looking forward to seeing this mind-bender of a horror film, and this new trailer has me even more … Continue reading

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At Home Ideas – The Dark Zone live streams from “The Conjuring” house!

Are YOU ready for 24-7 live stream horror action? Here’s the info straight from the source: While many of us revel in the perks of an extended staycation, one family’s quarantine situation is almost unthinkable, and they want to give … Continue reading

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At Home Review – “The Lighthouse

I’m dealing with no screenings. I’m not dealing well. So, why not throw money at streaming services that are showing stuff that was in the theaters before we all went on lockdown? Here’s my brief – because I’m in Home … Continue reading

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