horror movies

Under the Shadow a film by Babak Anvari

Under the Shadow (2016): A horror film based on 1980s Tehran

August 7, 2018

Well, I am hopeful of the horror genre which is constantly evolving with innovation in story, concept, as well as the overall treatment in filmmaking. Iranian film Under the Shadow is probably the best example on how one filmmaker tries to pass social commentary in terms of women empowerment and repressing tradition, while making not […]

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Unfriended: Dark Web – Watch the Trailer

June 20, 2018

As a follow up to Unfriended (2014), the recently released movie trailer of the Unfriended: Dark Web looks dark and disturbing. Directed by Stephen Susco and produced by Jason Blum, the film is set for July 20 release. Considering the whole concept of Internet and personal privacy as the subject of discussion lately, the movie […]

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Annabelle movies

More to the Annabelle story – A Sequel to Creation

May 1, 2018

For all the horror movie buffs, here is the good news – the third movie in the Annabelle franchise, a sequel to the Annabelle Creation has been announced. As per reports this movie will open on July 03, 2019. This is over a year of time to wait, but James Wan and New Line Cinema […]

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Left to right: John Krasinski and Noah Jupe in A QUIET PLACE, from Paramount Pictures.

A Quiet Place (2018) – Movie Review

April 20, 2018

A Quiet Place, set in a post-apocalyptic earth, deals with dreadful alien creatures those are now danger to the remaining human population, who are struggling to survive by turning quiet to everything. Yes, you make any sound and you’re a gone case. Those aliens use sound to track and kill humans. Emily Blunt and John […]

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Les Affamés (aka Ravenous): Movie Review

Les Affamés (aka Ravenous): Movie Review

April 3, 2018

Director Robin Aubert’s zombie apocalypse Ravenous generates more than enough interest for you to watch the film till the end than those many others in the sub-genre. This horror film (in French language – Les Affamés) banks heavily on the plot, environment and some great performance. The film has won the Toronto International Film Festival […]

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The Ritual – Netflix original scores well

March 22, 2018

I’ve been a big fan of some of the Netflix Original films, and the latest one I watched is David Bruckner-directed The Ritual. The plotline of the film, in which four friends go for a hiking trip and encounter an ancient monster, is not unique to the core – but certainly has its moments. These […]

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Happy Death Day (2017) – Movie Review

December 11, 2017

A Blumhouse slasher horror flick Happy Death Day has a very aptly used Groundhog Day reference point when a college girl finds herself trapped in a time loop to relive her murder day over and over again until she figures out her killer. This movie is very much original in which a college student Theresa […]

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Arbor Demon (Enclosure) (2016) – Into the mystery of the woods

October 31, 2017

Arbor Demon (Original Title – Enclosure) is a tension filled modern age horror drama, set in the mystery of the woods, that keeps you on the edge of your seat with enough thrill and horror. Arbor Demon is a warning to everyone who every now and then prefers to go deep into the woods for […]

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Annabelle: Creation

Annabelle: Creation (2017) – Movie Review

October 22, 2017

Annabelle: Creation is a prequel to the first Conjuring movie, and as the name suggests it is also a prequel to the first spin-off Annabelle (2014). No doubt, The Conjuring movie franchise has been a success with some interesting ideas in play. With the Creation, the movie has taken us to the backstory of the doll […]

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The Crucifixion (2017) – For fans of exorcism movies

October 8, 2017

The Crucifixion follows a young investigative journalist Nicole Rawlins (Sophie Cookson) who tries to go deep into the death of a young nun as result of an exorcism by a local priest, she comes in contact with Father Anton (Corneliu Ulici) to determine whether the jailed priest murdered a mentally ill person or he lost […]

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