Via Fantasy Merchant-Retro Review: The Norliss Tapest

 

The Norliss Tapes, a tale about zombies, vampirism, and general occult malfeasance, has a surprising amount of scares for a 1970s TV movie. But don’t underestimate the small-screen horror offerings from this period, as they tend to have a good deal of atmosphere and lull viewers into a false sense of security before the jump-out-of-your-seat […]

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Via Review Tales by Jeyran Main-Among the Dead by Stephen Kennedy (Book Review #719)

Among the dead is a post-apocalyptic action story about a pandemic that has taken over the world. A virus has taken over humans changing their behaviour making them violent and uncontrollable. Samantha, one of the lucky ones who managed to remain unaffected travels to upstate New York in search of her husband. On her way, […]

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Via Grindhouse Theology-The Madness of the Moment in Mayhem (2017): On Quarantining Both the Incivility Infection and the Privilege Pathogen

No one raindrop thinks it caused the flood. -Melanie Cross (Mayhem) While traveling through Mississippi on the way back from New Orleans on Monday, I saw flashing blue lights behind me and felt a lurch in my throat. Like a lot of us, I was on auto-pilot traveling down the highway, going five miles over […]

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Get ready for a shift at Rad Chad’s Horror Emporium with… — Broke Horror Fan

Get ready for a shift at Rad Chad’s Horror Emporium with Fright-Rags’ Scare Package collection. Three designs by Marc Schoenbach and Kyle Crawford for Shudders’ horror anthology are available for $28 each.

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La Llorona (1933) — B&S About Movies

The first Mexican horror film, this movie is all about the legend of “The Crying Woman.” There’s been a film made about this story every few years and few of them are good. This one at least has some interesting atmosphere and is historically important. Maria is a woman who has two children and is […]

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Via MLMILLERWRITES – METAMORPHOSIS (2019)

New & exclusive on SHUDDER! METAMORPHOSIS (2020) aka BYEONSHIN Directed by Hong-seon Kim Written by Hong-seon Kim Starring Sung-Woo Bae, Dong-il Sung, Young-nam Jang, Hye-Jun Kim, Yi-Hyun Cho, Kang-Hoon Kim, Kwi-seon Kim, Dae-han Ji, Jeon Mi Do, Se-hee Kim, Mary Joy L. Aparte, Yun-shik Baek, Glenn Ivan, Razel Kim, Tae-rin Kim, Dae-hwan Oh I think […]

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Via Grindhouse Theology-An Invitation to the “Christian” Death Cult [Ian]

The Invitation is absolutely one of the most bone-chilling films I’ve ever beheld, for what it is in itself and for the the mirror it eerily holds up to my experience. When the film’s protagonist, Will, is invited by his ex-wife, Eden, to his former home for a dinner party she’s hosting with her new […]

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Via B&S About Movies -Vacaciones de Terror (1989)

Let’s talk about family tradition. The Cardona family has it. Starting with the senior Rene Cardona, we got films like the brain-melting Santa Claus, Wrestling Women vs. the Aztec Mummy and Night of the Bloody Apes. His son would continue the journey with Night of 1000 Cats, Guyana: Crime of the Century and Tintorera. Starting with this film, Rene Cardona III […]

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Via The Thoughts and Fancies of a Fake Geek BoyThe Thoughts and Fancies of a Fake Geek Boy-Arrow’s Lineup of Killer Dames

Emilio Miraglia’s career as a director was a brief one, spanning only from 1967 to 1972. I can find few biographical details on him, but some sources suggest that he died in 1982, so perhaps ill health is to blame for his career being curtailed. Though most of his movies were spy or crime thrillers […]

via Arrow’s Lineup of Killer Dames — The Thoughts and Fancies of a Fake Geek Boy

Via Really Awful Movies-Beneath

Not to be confused with What Lies Beneath, the Zemeckis-directed supernatural horror starring Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer, Beneath is a killer catfish movie (which also explores what lies beneath, or as the tagline says the terror that “lies just below the surface.”) But is it a killer, comma, catfish movie? Who knows? It’s not […]

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