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Mini Review Review

28 Days Later Review

28 Days Later is a 2002 zombie horror thriller directed by Danny Boyle and written by Alex Garland. Stars Cillian Murphy and Naomie Harris.

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Mini Review Review

Perfect Blue

Perfect Blue is a 1997 animated movie directed and created by the late Satoshi Kon. It is a dark, thrilling movie from a master director.

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Special Features

The Best Easter Eggs

Here’s another collaborative post coming at ya for the height of spooky season.

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Special Features Weekend Watchlist

Weekend Watchlist – October 21, 2022

Weekend Watchlist 10/21/2022 – A jam packed creepy weekend awaits in this weekend watchlist featuring horror from all over the world.

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The Creature From the Black Lagoon Review

The Creature From the Black Lagoon – A classic Universal Monsters tale from 1954 featuring one of the most iconic creature designs ever.

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Mini Review Review

Poltergeist (1982) Review

Poltergeist is a 1982 horror movie directed by Tobe Hooper and produced by Steven Spielberg. It’s insane popularity throughout the 80s persists today and it sets up unfair expectations for me on this first time watch.

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Special Features Weekend Watchlist

Weekend Watchlist – September 23 2022

Weekend Watchlist Oct 7, 2022 – Spooky season is upon us. I’m partial to atmospheric horror and thrills rather than outright shock and awe with blood and guts. Here are some more relaxed or funny spooky season movies.

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‘The Sandman’ Review

The Sandman – An exceptional adaptation from the Neil Gaiman graphic novel, Netflix’s The Sandman is brilliantly written and incredibly entertaining.

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Movies Review

Nope

Nope – Following in the footsteps of its predecessors Get Out and Up, Nope is a bold and suspenseful story packed with plenty of Peele’s trademark thrills. Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer headline this shocking and subversive horror thriller along with a talented supporting cast of Keith David and Steven Yeun. Peele manages to keep the audience guessing as they lean forward in their seats waiting for the next scene or recoil in horror at what they just witnessed.

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Stranger Things 4: Vol 2 or How Netflix Remembered to Make Shows

Stranger Things 4 Vol 2 – A few days late, but here nonetheless. Vol 2 is an incredible finale, one that other shows should take note of. Full of lore, meaningful losses, and kickass soundtracks, Stranger Things continues to be one of the most fun shows currently in production.