Review: Dead Awake, laid to rest

Sleep paralysis has become a very popular storytelling device because the real-life phenomenon is so frightening that it practically writes itself—the feeling of being conscious but unable to move while having horrifying hallucinations is some scary stuff. So what better home than horror to tell that story, right? Phillip Guzman’s Dead Awake is about exactly that (sleep paralysis), only […]

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Review: Summer Camp, infected in the woods

The way horror movies depict summer camp, you’d think they were the worst places on the planet—I’ve never been to camp, but I imagine if you’re not getting murdered by a girl that’s actually a dude or accidentally setting a camp caretaker on fire, sending him into a murderous rampage, then I bet they can be pretty […]

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