The Month in Horror Releases: February

Now we’re rolling. Last month was just a warm-up for the things to come as February is about to kick some ass (and it’s all out of bubble gum). There’s a few indie films that you’ll definitely want to keep an eye on—especially Piercing and Braid—and we’ll also be seeing the release of a couple […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: January

Well, folks, that’s a wrap on 2018 and what a year it was for horror. January brings with it a whole new year of terror and it’s kicking things off strong with a handful of indie features, Sony Pictures’ release of Escape Room which has some promising Cube vibes (shout out to Cube fans!), and […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: January

One of the most exciting things about this month is that it marks the beginning of a whole new year of horror and it’s starting off with some intriguing looking titles. We have a couple of festival favorites in Mom and Dad and The Strange Ones coming out later this month and a few indie […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: January

Happy New Year, readers! Are you prepared for another year of horror? While 2017 will bring with it its fair share of great (and bad) movies, one thing is certain—we’re getting a new Alien movie and ho-ly-shit does that look good. But before we get that far, let’s take a look at what January has […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: January

And that’s a wrap, folks! Another fantastic year of horror is in the books (My Top 15 Horror Movies of The Year), which means we’ve got an all-new year of genre greats to look forward to in 2016. To start things off we have some promising new indie films along with a couple of theatrical releases […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: January

Now that we’ve made it through the wasteland known as December, the genre is biting into the new year with plenty of great looking films. With VOD outlets proving to be a dominating force when it comes to releasing indie horror films, a lot of them are slipping through the cracks because there are just too many to […]

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