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Movie Review- Murder Death Koreatown (2020)- Ghouls on Film

The first found-footage horror film is widely considered to be Ruggero Deodato’s 1980 controversial gore-fest Cannibal Holocaust, which presents itself as the lost final footage of a group of doomed documentarians. The effects were considered so realistic that the director was accused of making a snuff film by Italian authorities and had produce his actorsContinue reading “Movie Review- Murder Death Koreatown (2020)- Ghouls on Film”

First Look- Scream (2022)

With Halloween rapidly approaching, the first trailer for the fifth Scream movie was recently released and I must say, I found myself pleasantly surprised. While I had some hesitations over the continuation of the franchise following the death of its original director, the legendary Wes Craven, the fact that it was being helmed by RadioContinue reading “First Look- Scream (2022)”

Movie Review- Goodnight Mommy (2014)- Mother Knows Worst

Often, the most emotionally affecting films are those revolving around the violation of the domestic space and the family dynamic- The Exorcist (1973), Poltergeist (1982) The Bad Seed (1956) and Hereditary (2018). The idea that the evil can pervade our most sacrosanct home is more terrifying than any promiscuous teenager- mutilating slasher. Veronika Franz andContinue reading “Movie Review- Goodnight Mommy (2014)- Mother Knows Worst”

Movie Review- Burnt Offerings (1976)- Home Is Where the Horror Is

Sometimes, the most innocuous walls harbour the darkest secrets. Nowhere is this more true than in the criminally underrated Burnt Offerings (dir. Dan Curtis, of the original 60’s Dark Shadows television show and Trilogy of Terror (1975) fame.) Based on Robert Marasco’s 1973 novel of the name name, the story centres around the Rolfs, aContinue reading “Movie Review- Burnt Offerings (1976)- Home Is Where the Horror Is”