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31 Days of Dreadtober: How To Properly Use A Jump Scare

Day 4 One of the top mistakes I see modern horror movies making repeatedly is the overuse of jump scares. They often get a bad rap because of this, however, jump scares are a great tool in moderation. People underestimate the complexity of a scare.

31 Days of Dreadtober: CGI VS Practical Effects In Horror

Day 3 Computer generated imagery has long been a staple of blockbuster film releases. From its inception in the 1960’s, the art has continuously evolved. Now and days, CGI is being utilized for a diverse range of films across all genres, having both positive and

How 9/11 Changed Horror

The Fall of The World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001 was a profound tragedy that scarred the beautiful nation I call home. Its aftershock is still felt on both the national and international circuits to this day. It’s impossible for a national trauma to

The Ritual Movie Review

Film The Ritual Year 2017 Starring Rafe Spall, Arsher Ali, Robert James Collier, Sam Troughton Directed by David Bruckner Tagline Your darkest dream awaits you. Synopsis A group of old university buddies reunites to honor their deceased friend in the vast hills and countryside of

The Cloverfield Paradox Movie Review

Film The Cloverfield Paradox Year 2018 Starring Daniel Bruhl, Elizabeth Debicki, Aksel Hennie, Chris O’Dowd, John Ortiz, David Oyelowo, Zhang Ziyi, Gugu-Mbatha-Raw Directed by Julius Onah Tagline None Synopsis An international company of scientists aboard a space station orbiting an Earth in crisis, attempt to

Haunters: The Art of the Scare

Haunters: The Art Of The Scare Year 2017 Directed by Jon Schnitzer Haunters is a documentary that delves into a specific genre of the entertainment and attraction industry: haunted houses. Even more so, this documentary lifts the masks from the industry veterans, performers, and enthusiasts who

Temple Movie Review

Film Temple Year 2017 Starring Logan Huffman, Natalia Warner, Brandon Tyler Sklenar Directed by Michael Barrett Tagline None Synopsis A group of American tourists travels into the heart of a Japanese mountainside to find an ancient temple of ill repute. Review Japanese mysticism and folklore are

The Void Movie Review

Film The Void Year 2016 Starring Aaron Poole, Kenneth Welsh, Daniel Fathers, Kathleen Munroe, Ellen Wong Directed by Steven Kostanski, Jeremy Gillespie Tagline A new dimension in evil. Synopsis A group of people finds themselves trapped inside a hospital with grotesque creatures, their escape blocked