*REVIEW* Fear Street Part 3: 1666

As we stroll through a dusty colonial village, the Shadyside of 1666 alongside Deena and other supporting cast members from the two previous films. Learning about Sarah Fiers past and the reasons why she has possessed the murders we have witnessed throughout.

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*Review* Fear Street Part 2: 1978

With a quick turnaround after the events of 1994 we must – with no hesitation – brush off our Halter tops, high-waisted shorts, cardigans, and bell-bottom pants as we head back in time to witness the horrifying events that took place at Camp Nightwing in Fear Street Part 2: 1978. The year of a major … Read more

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*REVIEW* Fear Street Part 1: 1994

Fear Street Part 1

The time has come. It is finally time to take a long, dark stroll down Nostalgia Ave. Located in the twin city of Reminiscent-Sentimentality, located somewhere between the state of ‘Memberberry and the province of Yearning for the past. Let’s take a look at Fear Street Part 1. Much like most kids of the ’90s, … Read more

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BIG Names Attached to Jordan Peele’s THIRD Directorial Feature

It seems as though Writer/Director/Producer, Jordan Peele is finally set to direct his third film. A moment – I don’t think I’m out of line by saying – ALL of us have been waiting for. We know of him producing the upcoming Candyman reboot, as well as rumblings about him set to produce an upcoming … Read more

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Monsters of Man: Full Review

“What is life? Why is life important?” Monsters of Man is the story of three highly skilled engineers working for a robotics company and have been taken to Taiwan to set up shop under orders by the CIA. They are to field test four of their model robots with highly advanced AI within the Golden … Read more

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Michael Haneke: Funny Games (2007)

“So much stress for politeness sake.” Michael Haneke has a temperamental academic background in psychology, philosophy and drama, studying at the University of Vienna but not as a fully committed student. As a young adult he had grown a strong contempt for schooling but was a big fan of education, by any means necessary. Haneke … Read more

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I Need My MOM: Monsters Of Man; The Next Hit Out Of Australia

In need of some body-exploding-head-crushing-face-peeling-heart-stopping-elite-robot-SciFi-action-horror excitement? Director Mark Toia has got you covered and I am genuinely honored to be bringing some coverage to one of my most anticipated upcoming films of the year. The latest redband trailer for Toia’s upcoming probable genre masterpiece “Monsters of Man” has officially launched and it showcases gritty and … Read more

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Black History. Women in Horror Month. Antebellum Review.

Antebellum. Highly polarized, deep ties into Black History although, not as severely as the opinions of systematic racism and oppression but critically divided – as far as a film goes. This is a highly stylized film, high-brow horror if you will, ambitious in many ways from writing to structure to cinematography. Right off the bat, … Read more

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Misfit Macabre; What Horror Did For Punk Rock

We’re all blue from projection tubes. This is the static age we live in. Glenn Danzig, Manny Martinez, and Jerry Only, should be household names in any dwelling that bleeds the macabre and then wears it on its sleeve. Founded in 1977’s Lodi, New Jersey by the first two aforementioned names with Only joining shortly … Read more

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Hello Clarice, Heres Another Trailer.

The upcoming CBS television series based on Thomas Harris’ best-selling novel, The Silence of The Lambs, created by Alex Kurtzman(2017’s The Mummy) and Jenny Lumet (Star Trek: Discovery, 2017’s The Mummy) has finally dropped a psychologically terrifying new full-length trailer. As our own, Joey, writer here at HorrorFacts stated in his previous article about the … Read more

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