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SXSW 2019: Jordan Peele’s US to Open Festival

It was announced today that Jordan Peele’s new horror film Us will be making its world premiere at this year’s SXSW in Austin. The 2019 edition of the festival will take place March 8-17.

Take a look below for the full release

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ESCAPE ROOM Review

A film that’s perfectly suited for a January release, Escape Room offers a bit of entertainment, but fumbles the ending, resulting in an experience that’s not nearly as intellectually stimulating or rife with team-building opportunities as a real escape room.

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Nicholas McCarthy’s THE PRODIGY Gets a New Trailer

Orion Pictures has released a new trailer for Nicholas McCarthy‘s upcoming horror film The Prodigy, starring Taylor Schilling as a mother whose son begins exhibiting evil behavior, indicating he may be afflicted with some supernatural entities.

The Prodigy opens in theaters February 8th.

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Slamdance 2019: THE DRONE Gets a Trailer

A new trailer has dropped for the horror-comedy The Drone, which is set to premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival later this month. Directed by Jordan Rubin, the film involves a sentient killer drone who terrorizes a couple of newlyweds. Alex Essoe, John

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Jordan Peele’s US Trailer

Universal has given us all a wonderful Christmas gift by releasing the first trailer for Jordan Peele‘s upcoming horror film Us, starring Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke, Shahadi Wright Joseph, Evan Alex, Elisabeth Moss, and Tim Heidecker. The film involves a family on vacation who become terrorized

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LEPRECHAUN RETURNS Review

With its bare-bones plot, lackluster characters and foolish adherence to slasher tropes, Leprechaun Returns is a film that, despite some excellent effects work, should have been left at the bottom of the well.

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ZOMBIE Limited Edition Blu-ray Review

It’s been nearly 40 years since Lucio Fulci’s Zombie hit the big screen, and it remains one of the best zombie films ever, in a genre that has become somewhat stagnant over recent years due to complete saturation in TV, film and video games.

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CAM Review

It’s a compelling narrative driven by a solid performance from Madeline Brewer that becomes only more intriguing as Alice dives deeper into this strange technical nightmare she begins living.

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Horror-Thriller CAM Gets a Trailer

Netflix has released a new trailer for the upcoming horror-thriller Cam, which follows a young cam girl whose account gets hijacked by a mysterious doppleganger. The film is directed by Daniel Goldhaber and stars Madeline Brewer, Patch Darragh, Melora Walters, and Devin Druid. We

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SUSPIRIA Review

Though unapologetic in how differently it approaches tone, style and narrative from the glossy Argento classic, as a companion piece, Suspiria fleshes out the ideas present in the original and elevates them to a grandiose distinction

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TORSO Arrow Blu-ray Review

Arrow has once again proven its appreciation and attention to detail for genre film, and Torso is absolutely worth adding to your collection, especially if you’re a fan of classic giallo cinema.

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THE DARK Review

The Dark is a disturbing, yet oddly touching, feature debut from Justin P. Lange, and while it comes dangerously close to becoming dull at a few spots, it never completely loses its connection with the audience and deftly delivers a tragic, hopeful story about the resilience of human beings and the healing power of the positive connections we have to one another.

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Nicholas McCarthy’s THE PRODIGY Gets a Trailer

Orion Pictures has released a new trailer and poster for Nicholas McCarthy‘s upcoming horror-thriller The Prodigy, starring Taylor Schilling as a mother who must contend with her son who appears to have turned evil. The film also stars Jackson Robert Scott, Peter Mooney, and

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HALLOWEEN Review

Green's Halloween is a return to form for the franchise that feels worthy to close the book on Haddenfield that Carpenter and Hill opened 40 years ago.