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SEANCE Starring Suki Waterhouse Gets a Trailer

A new trailer has dropped for Simon Barrett‘s upcoming horror thriller Seance, which stars Suki Waterhouse as the new girl in a prestigious academy who ends up calling forth some kind of murderous demon after a séance goes wrong. Looks like a


F9 Gets a New Trailer

A new trailer dropped today for the latest installment in what’s now apparently called The Fast Saga, F9.

For fans, it looks like the wait is finally over and, judging from this new trailer, there’s going to be plenty of ridiculous,



The teaser trailer dropped today for certainly one of the most annoyingly titled movies of the year, Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, the sequel to The Hitman’s Bodyguard, which came out in 2017.

This action-comedy is directed by Patrick Hughes and stars Ryan


Podcast: 404 – HONEYDEW

This week, Adam and Kevin get weird with a review of the creepy psychological horror film Honeydew. Other titles discussed include Slaxx, Hail, and The Power.


Horror Title THE DJINN Gets a Trailer

IFC has released a trailer for The Djinn, which involves a mute boy who finds a mysterious book that unleashes an evil djinn who gives him his voice back, but aims to take his soul in return.

The film is written and


Podcast: 402 – VIOLATION

This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at the dark revenge thriller Violation, streaming now on Shudder. Other titles discussed include Spine of Night, I Care A Lot, Jakob's Wife, Another Round, Sound of Violence, Zack Snyder's Justice League, and Bad Trip.


Saved by the ’90s: HBO MAX

Ken picked up an HBO Max subscription so we decided to make that our theme this month and cover four titles available now on the streaming platform including Point Break, Swingers, Blade, and Bowfinger.

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SXSW 2021: GAIA Review

With climate change becoming a more important issue on a daily basis and the world in the grips of a horrific pandemic, it seems more appropriate than ever to see the production of more eco-horror films — movies that typically feature Mother

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No matter who you are or where you happen to live, the pandemic has profoundly affected us all in a myriad of ways, not the least of which is us being forced to isolate from one another, exacerbating people’s feelings of loneliness

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SXSW 2021: WITCH HUNT Review

Playing out like Part 1 of an ill-conceived YA series, Elle Callahan’s Witch Hunt hooks you in with its interesting premise but fails to deliver anything of substance. We’ve all seen stories like this multiple times over, from HBO’s True Blood to

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Sometimes nuance and subtext are the strongest methods in reaching an audience, allowing them to organically discover the meaning behind specific themes and attributes of a film. Other times, using a proverbial sledgehammer to bash the viewer over the dome is the


Criterion Announces June 2021 Releases

Criterion has announced their lineup for June 2021, which includes new releases of Martin Bell‘s Streetwise and Tiny: The Life of Erin Blackwell, Masaki Kobayashi’s The Human Condition, Dee ReesPariah, Samuel Fuller’s Pickup on South Street, Visions of Eight,

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Action Comedy THE PAPER TIGERS Gets a Trailer

One of the surprise highlights for me from last year’s Fantasia Festival was Tran Quoc Bao‘s The Paper Tigers, a funny and surprisingly touching action comedy about three aging martial arts prodigies who set out to find their master’s killer.


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SXSW 2021: THE SPINE OF NIGHT Gets a Teaser Trailer

Yellow Veil Pictures has released a teaser trailer for the upcoming animated dark fantasy film The Spine of Night, which is set to premiere at SXSW Online beginning next week.

The film, which is hand-rotoscoped, is written and directed by Philip