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Daily Archives: October 4, 2022
“Masking Threshold” a fascinating experiment in intimate, minimalist horror, showing just how far a filmmaker can go with an idea, a camera, a single setting and a simple premise — showing a man’s psychological collapse documented via an online video … Continue reading
Movie Preview: The Housekeeper Eva Green and Mark Strong hire is about to “folk remedy” them into horror — “NOCEBO”
A spot of Brit horror, what what? Good cast. RLJE is releasing this one Nov. 4, on to Shudder shortly afterward.
Digital animation has progressed far enough that we can safely assume we’re going to get reasonably convincing naval combat footage on screen, be it ancient Greek (“300: Rise of an Empire”) or World War II (“Midway,” “Greyhound”). So that’s not … Continue reading
The question you have to ask when making a reboot is how much of the earlier incarnations of the story you’re setting out to tell anew do you include in your new “origin story?” In “Hellraiser,” the eighth film spun … Continue reading
It isn’t the few jolts, the horror shocks that get you in “Smile.” It’s the stress. Here’s a thriller that creates unease and does a decent job of sustaining it even as it takes its sweet time in reaching the … Continue reading
This November release takes us back to the early days of the Korean War, when the propeller driven WWII vintage F4U Corsair fight bomber was still the Navy’s go to weapon for close ground support, and even air superiority. Integrating … Continue reading