Lisa Frankenstein Review (2024)
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by eamwilliams
5d ago
Kathryn Newton and Cole Sprouse in Lisa Frankenstein (2024) out of Directed by Zelda Williams In a genre overloaded with movies inspired by the Frankenstein story, Lisa Frankenstein fails to catch a spark. The Plot: The film’s distributor, Focus Features describes Lisa Frankenstein as “A coming of RAGE love story from acclaimed writer Diablo Cody about a misunderstood teenager and her high school crush, who happens to be a handsome corpse. After a set of playfully horrific circumstances bring him back to life, the two embark on a murderous journey to find love, happiness… and a few missing bod ..read more
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Out of Darkness (2023) Review
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by lightninli
5d ago
The Cast of Out of Darkness: Safia Oakley-Green, Iola Evans, Luna Mwezi, Chuku Modu, Kit Young, and Arno Lüning are a tribe of nomadic wanderers. Intensity out of Directed by Andrew Cumming If fear of the unknown is the most primal of horrors, imagine living in a prehistoric world and arriving on a new barren continent. In the new British Paleolithic horror film Out of Darkness, a group of stone-age nomadic survivors cross the sea and find a land bereft of resources and quarry. Everything is unknown, their worldview is limited to their tribe and the stories passed down from their elders. Thei ..read more
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A Creature Was Stirring (2023) Review
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by lightninli
1w ago
Chrissy Metz defends her home in A Creature Was Stirring (2023) Intensity out of Directed by Damien LeVeck I will give points to A Creature Was Stirring (2023) for trying to do something original. A were-porcupine (A Porcupinecanthrope?) is a new addition to the monster lexicon. It’s a parenting horror piece. Also, it is a home invasion of sorts. And a drug horror story. The problem is that in execution, it never finds its proper footing, and the narrative gets lost. A Creature Was Stirring knew exactly where it wanted to go with its story, and it got there. However, in getting there, it obl ..read more
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A Night of Horror International Film Festival Comes to the U.S. Next Week
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by tastethemilkofchocula
1w ago
A Night of Horror makes its initial run in the United States from March 1–3, 2024, in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, after 15 chilling years in Australia. Supernatural entities, masked killers, and creepy creatures abound. Following is the official press announcement. A Night of Horror International Film Festival is taking place for the first ever time in the United States next week. Originating and operating for years in Sydney, Australia, the 16th edition of the festival will take place March 1-3, 2024 at the Micon Downtown Cinema, in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. This year it will be running parallel with ..read more
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Joseph’s Review: Stopmotion
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by tastethemilkofchocula
1w ago
★★★★ out of ★★★★★ out of Directed by Robert Morgan It is not often that I get to describe a film with the adjective “macabre,” but director/cowriter (with Robin King) Robert Morgan’s Stopmotion (U.K., 2023) is absolutely deserving of that word. The film combines truly unsettling stop motion animation with live action body horror not for the squeamish and psychological horror in spades. Ella (Aisling Franciosi) is a budding stop motion animator currently being run ragged by her stern, elderly mother Suzanne’s (Stella Gonet) insistence on finishing her last stop motion film before she dies. Aft ..read more
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Trailer Alert! CELLPHONE
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by tastethemilkofchocula
1w ago
The new tech-horror film Cellphone from writer Rachel Sommer and director Luke Sommer, starring Malcolm McDowell and Whitney Rose Pynn, is currently available on VOD and digital platforms via Gravitas Ventures. We have the trailer and poster for you. The official synopsis is: Wynne, who is grieving the death of her fiancé, starts seeing disturbing images on her cell phone about her future. If she doesn’t figure them out in time, she will die. The post Trailer Alert! CELLPHONE appeared first on The Scariest Things ..read more
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Joseph’s Romford Horror Festival Shorts Reviews: “Fuse,” “Bisected,” and “Spiral to the Center”
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by tastethemilkofchocula
1w ago
Fuse (U.K., 2024) ★★★★ out of ★★★★★ Directed by Will Dennies Writer/director Will Dennies proves that you can still make effective fright-fare cinema by following a character through a dark house in Fuse. Johnny Vivash — who is turning in excellent genre-film work as the star of Isaac and with roles in Book of Monsters , Freeze, and Walking Against the Rain — stars as an electrician called at night to the home of an elderly woman (Meryl Griffiths). The lights are all out, the electrician has a small flashlight, and the basement is eerily dark. The electrician is soon to find out that he is no ..read more
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Dark Nights Film Fest Is Unleashed and Calls for Entries!
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by tastethemilkofchocula
1w ago
Bryn Tilly, who ran Australia’s A Night of Horror Film Festival for four years, has announced a new fright-fare fest for that country: Dark Nights Film Fest. The inaugural edition is scheduled for October of this year, and the call for entries is now open. Following is the official press announcement. Get ready to embrace a spine-chilling, heart-pounding experience as former director and programmer of the renowned A Night of Horror International Film Festival brings you an exhilarating new venture – Dark Nights Film Fest – set to haunt Ritz Cinemas in Sydney this coming October. With many yea ..read more
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True Detective Season 4: Night Country: Spooky Time 26
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by lightninli, The Scariest Things
1w ago
True Detective Season 4: Night Country – Review, evaluation, and easter eggs! True Detective Season 4: Night Country has just completed its run on MAX, and it is totally worth stealing your neighbor’s MAX… I mean, BUYING a month of MAX… to binge the series. As satisfying as it can be to binge a series, having this as a weekly water cooler show was a great way to build anticipation and chatter. Chatter like our Spooky Time 26! The buzz is certainly earned, and MAX rarely fails to deliver when they put the proper care in. Jodie Foster and Kalie Reis make up a terrific odd couple detective pair ..read more
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Make Believe Seattle Announces Its Year Two Full Lineup
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by tastethemilkofchocula
2w ago
With a focus on coming-of-age horror , science fiction and other genre film offerings including frightening fear fare and offbeat documentaries, the second edition of the Make Believe Seattle Film Festival is chock full of intriguing features and shorts from around the world. Following is the official press announcement. Announcing the complete lineup of films and events for year two of the Make Believe Seattle Film Festival. Make Believe is the region’s first-ever dedicated genre film festival, shining a light on horror, science fiction, fantasy, animation, and more. The festival will screen ..read more
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