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Review: The Wave

We all know without argument that doing drugs is both fun and cool--but can it make you a better person? The Wave seeks to answer this question as lawyer Frank (Justin Long) skips out on his wife for a night so he can drink, make out with a...

 
 
 
 
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Kyle's Top 5 Weirdest Movies of 2019

The last year of our previous decade (2019 for anyone keeping track) was a big one for movies. Important, genre-redefining masterpieces and careful introspections of the human soul have crashed into the public consciousness. Billion-dollar ...

 
 
 
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Love kills in trailer for Cupid

Did you know you can make reservations to take your love to a White Castle on Valentine's Day? Is that a cool thing to do? Absolutely. The only problem is that then you need the perfect movie to pair with your sliders of passion--and that'...

 
 
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Review: VHYes

It's been an unseasonably warm winter in my corner of the world (the only one that matters), temperatures climbing to the sixties with long days of humid rain feeling more like April than January. Every once in a while I'll stop and ponder ...

 
 
 
 
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Review: The Mercenary

Action movies are cool, because people get beat up. Sometimes they get stabbed. Other times they get shot a bunch. Every once in a while they blow up, and it's fun to watch. People break a lot of furniture, which is nice, because sometimes ...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Saint Maud loves god like hell in official trailer

Horror, though often hated by puritans, sometimes gets knocked as puritanical itself. Teens getting funky in the back of a van? Stab 'em. Drinking and doing drugs? Stab 'em. Virginal bookworm? Nope. Stop. Put down that knife. This is a no ...

 
 
 
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VHYES trailer is a retro absurdist delight

The VHS format means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. For me it meant the static beauty of green-and-purple tracking errors and the crushing reality that we were too poor to afford DVD--or to afford cable most months...

 
 
 
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VFW trailer sets up one bloody barroom brawl

We have one stylish 80's throwback, looking to be brutal in all the right ways, with the above trailer for VFW. The setup sees a group of Vietnam vets hanging at their local VFW bar celebrating a birthday when a girl storms inside with a b...

 
 
 
 
 
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Review: Daniel Isn't Real

A meditation on the familial nature of mental illness and the steady unwinding of a young man's psyche as he deals with an unstable mother and a broken home life, Daniel Isn't Real draws clear parallels with last year's sweaty screamathon, ...

 
 
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Review: Red Handed

Pagan horror is one of the most maligned styles of the horror genre. Though some low-budget efforts like Wake Wood can drag you in a surprising and interesting direction, the bulk are just pretenders to The Wicker Man throne. Even a fi...

 
 
 
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Review: The Dwelling

Death Bed: The Bed That Eats is a familiar title to anyone who's a fan of bizarre cult cinema. Even if you haven't seen it, you know the name and understand that it's a movie about a bed that literally eats people. Is it a good movie? Not i...

 
 
 
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Fede Alvarez to direct 'The Shining set in the White House'

Here's some slender news to let your imagination run wild with: Fede Alvarez, the filmmaker behind the phenomenal Evil Dead remake and Don't Breath plans to direct a film that we no nothing about, except for one very tantalizing logline. Th...

 
 
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Embrace the demon in Killer Therapy trailer

I think one thing on which we can all agree is that once a teenage boy starts doing his face like The Crow it's time to give him a wide berth. In the case of the young man leading Killer Therapy, that distance might just save your life.

 
 
 
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Review: The Shed

As someone who has had cats, squirrels, and even a groundhog trapped inside my family shed growing up, there's a strange intimacy to that moment when you hear an inhuman sound bubble from what ought to be a closed and predictable space. It'...

 
 
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Red Handed trailer sows a cultish family mystery

A dead patriarch, disturbed brother, missing child, mysterious lake, and secret pagan cult are a lot to stuff into one movie. It's like a plot pierogi ready to burst--but Red Handed is willing to risk spilling that hot potato filling all o...

 
 
 
 
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Yup, Nicolas Cage-led Color Out of Space looks super wild

We now have our fist official look at Color Out of Space, starring Nicolas Cage and directed by Richard Stanley, and it's shaping up to be a trip. The beautiful neon-drenched scenery, bloody and strange hallucinations, and a shotgun freako...

 
 
 
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Kids are still the worst in trailer for This Is Our Home

If a horror movie has a child, then chances are that child is the entire reason the horror movie exists. Imagine if the couple in Pet Sematary just had the cat and no kids? They would've been fine. Imagine Rosemary's Baby but without the b...

 
 
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Review: Red Letter Day

Red Letter Day sets its stage like a Hallmark Original horror movie. We meet the Edwards family, a three-piece unit with dorky brother Timothy (Kaeleb Zain Gartner), goth sister Madison (Hailey Foss), and divorced mom Melanie (Dawn Van de S...

 
 
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Review: Marla

Marla boasts a fascinating concept. Our title heroine is a young woman scraping by on tips who wants to get an IUD and is given an opportunity to have a free one installed on the sly from an old friend of her brother's. Little does she know...

 
 


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