Annabelle: Creation

Annabelle: Creation is the third origin story of an evil doll that falls under The Conjuring series. This film tells the story of a group of orphans who are placed in a home that is owned by a doll maker and his wife who had lost their daughter in a …

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Less Than Human

Less than Human is a 3D animated film about the aftermath of a zombie outbreak, humans living in a world where zombies are segregated into camps. There have been rumors about rehabilitating post-zombies back into society. Steve, the journalist decided to instigate and prove to the world that rehabilitation is …

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Wish Upon

Where do I even begin? Wish Upon is written by Barbara Marshall and directed by John R.Leonett who surprisingly directed Annabelle. He was also the cinematographer for rather successful films such; The Conjuring and Insidious. Unforunelty John R.Leonett dropped the ball on this one  Wish Upon is neither scary nor original, watching this film …

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How Deep Can I Go?

Horror Comedy How Deep Can I Go? was featured at the 2016 ShriekFest L.A, written and directed by Australian film maker Kai Smythe. This film or what I would consider an actual music video is AMAZING! It is funny as hell, it is clearly not supposed to be a scary …

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The Devil’s Candy

The Devils Candy, written and directed by Sean Byrean. This film is about a struggling painter and his family who move into a new house, which seems to be in the middle of nowhere. Main Character Jesse Hillman played by Ethan Embry begins to hear strange voices in his home, …

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Haunting of El Paso High School

Returning back to school can be a frightful experience for all incoming students. Now imagine entering a new school with halls filled with mist, ghosts, and secret tunnels. El Paso High School is one of the oldest operating High schools in Texas built in 1916. Labeled as the “Lady on The Hill” …

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La Vieja

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A young boy suffers unimaginable consequences after disobeying his parents. Based on the book ” The Boy Who Forgot to Sleep”.

The Jigsaw

I am in awe! The jigsaw is by far one of the best horror short films I have ever seen. Directed, written and produced by Basil Al-Safar and Rashad Al-Safar it is clear why The Jigsaw won over thirty awards around the globe. The mysterious purchase of a jigsaw puzzle …

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What Makes a Film Strange?

And Who Decides it’s Strange? Some say strange is good as being strange draws a line between normal and unique. Yet there are some who say Strange spills over the boundaries of comfort. Do we make something strange because we lack exposure to the peculiar, or is a film purposely …

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