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// LAST UPDATED MOVIES

Ghostbusters 3
2 sec
Added the first teaser for the film.
Ánimas
20 hours 9 min
Added the English subbed trailer.
BrightBurn
1 day 19 hours
Added a new pic to the gallery.
I'll Take Your Dead
1 day 21 hours
Shout! Studios distributes in the US.
The Changeover
2 days 16 hours
Just added the trailer.
The Golem
2 days 17 hours
Added the full trailer.

 

// FEATURED HEADLINES

One Must Fall (2018)

REVIEWER RATING: 
8/10

Who would have thought to find a beautiful looking cast in a nasty little horror film about a crime scene clean-up crew trying to escape a serial killer? Yum!

American Guinea Pig: Bouquet of Guts and Gore (2014)

REVIEWER RATING: 
8/10

Since my Christmas tradition has always been Chinese food and a movie, I chose a slightly different path this season and checked out Bouquet of Guts and Gore from Unearthed Films. Looks like “A Christmas Story” has been officially replaced.

Leprechaun Returns (2018)

REVIEWER RATING: 
6/10

After SyFy's 2014 attempt to reboot the Leprechaun franchise (without the actual Leprechaun) failed horribly, they're back at it again with Leprechaun Returns.

Crepitus (2018)

REVIEWER RATING: 
7/10

Bill Moseley can be featured in blistering STD advertisement that can run 1:30 min long and STILL nail it like the villainous pro he is. Thereby, screening Crepitus was the ultimate treat!

Ugly Sweater Party (2018)

REVIEWER RATING: 
8/10

When someone says “starring Hunter Johnson and Charles Chudabala”, say no more. There is going to be a butt-load of utter nasty fun going on!

Can Jurassic Park Be Considered A Horror Movie?

Debates over whether Jurassic Park constitutes a horror movie have raged since the first film was released in 1993, with Steven Spielberg’s work balancing blockbuster traits with dark moments of eerie suspense. Subsequent instalments in the franchise have similarly straddled that line between blockbuster and horror, but is Jurassic Park sufficiently grounded in the genre to be classified as a true horror movie?