Monthly Archives: October 2014

Modern horror recommendations

Anyone looking for some last minute horror viewings recs for this Halloween night just might find something to their liking here. Enjoy! Honeymoon (2014) This one follows a newlywed couple who decide to spend their honeymoon in an isolated cabin … Continue reading

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Halloween

John Carpenter’s horror classic Halloween needs no introduction. It earned a number of sequels, as well as a short lived remake franchise, and has had a crucial influence on countless other horror films, as well as spawning multiple imitators. The fact … Continue reading

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Tusk

Regarding the production of Kevin Smith’s new film Tusk, the circumstances under which it was made and came into existence have become almost as well known as the film itself. For those who are unaware, writer/director Smith was on his weekly SModcast program … Continue reading

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Oculus

As a lover of film (with a soft spot for the horror genre in particular), one of the most significant principles I try to abide by is that you can make a good film about anything, or a good film … Continue reading

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Breathe / Respire

After years of missing out and the repeated back and fourth of “ok-yes-definitely-maybe-probably not-too late” excuses, I finally made my way down to the Philadelphia International Film Festival. I was just visiting the area this past weekend and figured that I’d … Continue reading

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The Cabin in the Woods (mini-view)

Drew Goddard’s 2012 horror gem The Cabin in the Woods is a wickedly enjoyable piece of work; one of the freshest, most creative horror films of the entire 21st century… but I can’t say why. Ever since the film’s initial … Continue reading

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Men, Women, & Children

Now here’s a film that seems to have appeared out of nowhere. In less than a year after his latest film, Labor Day (still unseen by this reviewer), the first trailer for Jason Reitman’s newest project premiered just this past … Continue reading

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