Terrifying Trailer: “Scary Stories to Tell In The Dark”

Terrifying Trailer: “Scary Stories to Tell In The Dark”

Disturbing images from my childhood come to life in a new trailer. The series of books that upset every kid far beyond Goosebumps, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is coming to the big screen this summer, and it’s being helmed by two horror giants.

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Review: “Head Count”, Elle Callahan’s directorial debut has got your number.

Review: “Head Count”, Elle Callahan’s directorial debut has got your number.

Head Count takes a simple premise, intoxicated and high teens with no inhibitions in the middle of the desert and adds in the paranormal. It forgoes cliches and comes out ahead of the game. In Elle Callahan’s directorial debut, it’s easy to see we’ve got a fresh, new female horror voice on the block.

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Review: “The Child Remains” should have left the past buried.

Review: “The Child Remains” should have left the past buried.

A horror film based on the real-life murders of potentially hundreds of babies sounds scary and disturbing. History is more frightening than almost any movie. The Child Remains should have stuck to history.

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Review: “The Cleaning Lady” is a bit messy.

Review: “The Cleaning Lady” is a bit messy.

Letting someone into your home is one thing. Letting them into your life is another. What happens when the lines of employer and employee cross the line? The Cleaning Lady explores how the past can create one hell of a mess.

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Review: ‘St. Agatha’ is sacrilegious.

Review: ‘St. Agatha’ is sacrilegious.

When nuns go bad? Is Darren Lynn Bousman’s newest film worth the watch? St. Agatha is not God’s plan but it may put the fear of the devil in you.

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Review: ‘You Might Be The Killer’ is a genre fan’s love letter.

Review: ‘You Might Be The Killer’ is a genre fan’s love letter.

Masked killer stalking camp counselors? Check. Loveable leading man seeking help from horror buff friend? Check. Think you’ve seen it before? Maybe. But that’s the point of the new film YOU MIGHT BE THE KILLER.

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Review: ‘Silencio’ brings us into the real-life Zone of Silence in Mexico.

Review: ‘Silencio’ brings us into the real-life Zone of Silence in Mexico.

Set in Mexico’s Zone Of Silence, Lorena Villarreal brings us a loaded paranormal thriller in Silencio. As mystery upon mystery rolls out, the question remains, how far would you go to protect the ones you love?

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Review: KNUCKLEBALL’s horror throws you for a loop.

Review: KNUCKLEBALL’s horror throws you for a loop.

We’ve become so reliant on technology to save our skins. But it’s our base survival instincts that just may be our saving grace. Sometimes we’re born with them and sometimes they’re inherited. A hit at this year’s Fantasia International Film Festival, Knuckleball plays on familial talents.

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Review: Does BOARDING SCHOOL make the grade?

Review: Does BOARDING SCHOOL make the grade?

There are innumerable films set in creepy mansions involving unusual children. But it is authentic character development that turns an age-old premise into something that sells scary. In the new film Boarding School, we find a gaggle of misfit kids. Why they are there and what goes on beyond the locked gates is anyone’s guess. So does the film earn an “A” or fail to frighten? Find out in this week’s I Scream You Scream review of BOARDING SCHOOL.

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Fantasia International Film Festival 2018 Shorts section Born of Woman dominates again.

Fantasia International Film Festival 2018 Shorts section Born of Woman dominates again.

The 2018 shorts section from this year’s Fantasia Born of Woman program thrills and chills once ore. Each short possesses the mind for very different reasons.

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