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It Comes At Night (2017)

June 14, 2017 Luke Pajowski 0

It Comes At Night is one of the most humanist horror films in a while. One that disregards the villain in favor of putting everyone on a level playing field. By doing so, Shults creates

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The Mummy (1932)

June 10, 2017 Kyle Liston 0

What can I say about The Mummy that hasn’t already been said? It is one of the greatest horror films ever made and is a blessing to the motion picture business in general. Coming out

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The Mummy’s Tomb (1942)

June 2, 2017 Kyle Liston 0

As we continue with our weekly reviews of the classic Universal Mummy films leading up to the release of The Mummy on June 9th, we’re taking a look at The Mummy’s Tomb from 1942. As far as

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Deep Cuts: Blood Glacier (2013)

June 1, 2017 James Amthor 0

The year is 2013. The NHL lockout ended after one hundred and thirteen days. Calcium deposits are discovered on Mars. And Argo wins best movie of the year. Then, as a possible contender for the

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The Mummy’s Hand (1940)

May 26, 2017 Kyle Liston 0

Most folks, when they hear of the Mummy movies, automatically default to either the classic Boris Karloff version or the Brendan Fraser ones which came out 19 years ago (how’s that for a reminder of

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The Void (2016)

May 8, 2017 Carly Smith 0

I was very excited to watch The Void. I closely followed the Kickstarter campaign, eagerly gobbling up each new trailer writer/director duo Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie released. Cults? Gore? Tantalizing, ‘80s–style, fully analog, bloody,

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The Eyes of My Mother (2016)

May 2, 2017 Carly Smith 0

When someone asks me — casually, not looking for an in–depth analysis — how I feel about a film, I try to keep my answer pretty simple. “It was good, and I enjoyed it.” Or