Review: Maggie, slow and deadly

First time feature director Henry Hobson takes a shot at the storied zombie genre with Maggie, a film that delivers a unique spin on the undead by focusing on the infected and those on the brink of turning into a flesh-eating monster. In the film, a teenage girl in the Midwest becomes infected by an outbreak of […]

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The Month in Horror Releases: May

With the month of May shaping up to be a memorable one, let’s jump right into it! Typically I give a quick recap of last month’s reviews, but seeing as how I didn’t watch a single film in April, I’m going to give a shoutout to a few bloggers who watched some cool shit instead:

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Arnold Schwarzenegger searches for a cure in first Maggie trailer

Arnold Schwarzenegger and zombies isn’t exactly a hard sell, the man has tackled every genre there is, but Maggie looks like something on a completely different level for the prolific actor, who joins the always great Abigail Breslin in the undead drama. Maggie has had an interesting journey so far, one that started with Lionsgate’s acquisition back in […]

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The Missing Reel

Here is a compilation of some of the stuff that mattered to me this week whether it be good or bad. This week we get a great new look at some upcoming horror films with Crawlspace, Silent Night, and Maniac along with an insane Japanese ad campaign and much more. Enjoy! ‘Prometheus’ Officially Get’s R […]

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