Horror films

The Possession of Hannah Grace - Watch the Trailer

THE POSSESSION OF HANNAH GRACE – Trailer looks chilling

October 16, 2018

What they say – ‘If an exorcism is not completed, evil will find a new vessel.’ So, here is the new horror film THE POSSESSION OF HANNAH GRACE that involves exorcism and what happens when the ritual goes wrong and kills the titular character Hannah. Directed by Diederik Van Rooijen, the trailer of the films […]

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Veronica (2017) Spanish horror film directed by Paco Plaza.

Veronica (2017) – An extremely chilling horror film

December 30, 2017

Far away from the genre clichés, Veronica (VERÓNICA) is one of those special modern day horror films that holds the essence of old-style filming with special weightage on characters and situations to create the most frightening experience. Set in Madrid in the year 1991, this horror movie follows the titular character Veronica (Sandra Escacena), a […]

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The Sublet (2015) - psychological thriller

The Sublet (2015) – Not a haunted house tale

August 13, 2017

A young couple Joanna (Tianna Nori) and Geoff (Mark Matechuk) with a baby move into a small sublet apartment and tries to settle in. The family is very much normal as they look, but the sublet seems to have its creepiness with paranormal activities that slowly unsettles everything around. As we watch the first few […]

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Horror short film - The Smiling Man

The Smiling Man – A disturbing horror short film

June 19, 2017

A.J. Briones’ The Smiling Man is one of those few horror short films that has achieved cinematic excellence in every aspect. With just a run time of 7 minutes, the film is a visual treat for the horror movie buffs. First of all, I must make it clear that The Smiling Man is not for […]

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Half to Death (2017) – Upcoming Blumhouse horror film

June 1, 2017

“Half to Death” is said to be another promising addition to the list of Blumhouse horror films. Reportedly, the makers have pushed back “Insidious: Chapter 4” for the next year while this film directed by Christopher Landon (Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones) will be released in October 13, 2017. “Half to Death” follows a college […]

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Hangman (2015): Home Invasion Thriller

December 13, 2016

This found-footage thriller Hangman directed by little known (at least for me) Adam Mason has received mixed reviews from the critics. So, I wanted to give it a try with hope that it’s not like one of those mediocre horror flicks I watched lately.  The films starts with the Miller family who has just returned from vacation […]

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Indian horror film Raaz

RAAZ REBOOT – we don’t need another Raaz movie

September 22, 2016

Recently, we get to watch RAAZ REBOOT – the fourth installment of Raaz horror movie series. As usual the movie promised a lot in terms of horror elements but end up delivering more than enough reasons why we no more need another such horror movie from the makers. For long it seems the Bhatt clan were […]

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The Witch (2016) – When the devil tricks a devout

May 25, 2016

Debutant writer-director Robert Eggers hit the right punch at the right time with the film The Witch when horror genre is challenging filmmakers to live up to the high expectations in terms of subject matter, narration and elements of horror that’s should no way be cliché. If I have to introduce the film in just one […]

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1920 London Horror Film Review

May 14, 2016

Vikram Bhatt’s latest horror flick 1920 London is the 3rd installment in the 1920 film franchise [1920 (2008) and 1920: Evil Returns (2012)] starring Sharman Joshi & Meera Chopra. While the earlier two films have moderate success at the box office, this one is not better than its predecessors. It seems the director is obsessed with over-sold passé […]

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The Boy Movie Review

The Boy – More a Thriller than a Horror

May 12, 2016

Director William Brent Bell, known for his horror films such as Stay Alive (2006) and The Devil Inside (2012) is back with yet another creepy story The Boy. The movie has its share of tense moments with decent acting, but somehow it falls flat in the second half while shifting the path from horror to […]

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