The Sacrament (2013)…Ti West Re-imagines Jonestown…But Why?

“On 18 November 1978 in Jonestown, Guyana, 909 members of Peoples Temple died in what has been called the largest mass suicide in modern history.” Like most people my age, I first heard about Jonestown when I was just a little kid and the idea of so many people taking their lives simultaneously was completely unfathomable to me. As I … Keep Reading…

Clown (2014): Will Remind You of Why You Were Afraid of Clowns in the First Place

I hate clowns. Apologies to all the clowns and clown sympathizers out there, but I am fairly convinced that clowns are spawns of evil put on this planet for the sole purpose of making me uncomfortable. Obviously the people behind the new horror movie Clown, are no fans either. Produced by Eli Roth (which should be a clear indicator of the … Keep Reading…

The Atticus Institute (2015)…An Unexpectedly Intriguing Horror Film That Deserves an Audience

In a horror landscape that has for some time now been inundated with terrible found footage movies and even worse phony documentaries, finding a genuinely good horror film among the rabble has become near impossible. So once I read the synopsis for The Atticus Institute I was less than thrilled with the idea of sitting through yet another version of Paranormal … Keep Reading…

Trailer: Crimson Peak (2015)…A Gothic Ghost Story by Guillermo Del Toro!

Mexican director Guillermo Del Toro has long been touted as one of modern cinema’s most innovative and imaginative directors, and anyone who has experienced his previous works would be hard pressed to disagree. From his early masterpiece Cronos (seriously this movie is so good it should be required viewing) to his blockbusters Hellboy and Blade 2 (he obviously loves Ron … Keep Reading…

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