‘Christmas Evil’ Movie Review

Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring except for a murderous Santa Claus. To celebrate Christmas Eve, we at Horror Facts decided to watch ‘Christmas Evil’ (AKA: You Better Watch Out.) The film tells the story of Harry Stadling, who grows up obsessed with the idea of becoming Santa Claus after discovering one Christmas that the man he thought was Santa was just his father in disguise. …

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RESIDENT EVIL: WELCOME TO RACCOON CITY REVIEW

RESIDENT EVIL: WELCOME TO RACCOON CITY

The latest installment in the resident evil film franchise is heavily based upon the resident evil video games, it does not follow the original story of the previous films where Alice was the main focus of the movie, instead, this movie stays very true to the video games almost to the point where it is a film flaw because people who never played the games may not understand what’s going on in each scene or …

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‘As a Prelude to Fear’ movie review

If you want to watch a movie about a guy who kidnaps women and forces them to play the cello, and practically spoon-feeds you the identity of the killer, then ‘As a Prelude to Fear’ is the movie for you. The story follows Eve (Lara Lemon) that disappears while attending her first cello lesson with her new mysterious instructor. After receiving a troubling call from Eve before her abduction. Eve’s boyfriend Jaime (Jaime Langlands) contacts …

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Krampus The Movie One of my Favorite Christmas Movies

Krampus Horror Movie Review 20211

David Koechner, Adam Scott, Toni Collette, and Michael Dougherty star in Krampus, directed by Michael Dougherty. The film also stars Allison Tolman. An unlucky boy accidentally summons a demon to his family house after having a bad Christmas. With Christmas now having its own horror film, will Krampus make the nice or naughty list? In my opinion, Krampus is the most refreshing horror film I have seen in a while – of course it follows …

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Black Christmas 2006 Remake 15 Years Later.

Black Christmas 2006 Ultra HD Review

Black Christmas, a classic horror film remade for the first time in 2006 starring these divas Michelle Trachtenberg, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Lacey Chabert and Katie Cassidy the film was written and directed by Glen Morgan. During the films, initial release, the public responded very poorly to the remake of the much-loved original. In 2019 there was another remake, but we would rather not talk about that one.. like ever again. When the film was announced …

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Last Night in soho “You willing to work your way up?” [review]

last night in soho

Sometimes the horror is real in film, and sometimes it’s imagined, and sometimes when done well, it can be both. Last Night in Soho, the latest film by Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Baby Driver), walks that fine line between real and imagined quite deftly in presenting the fantastical while also keeping the film grounded with issues that were relevant in the past, and yet remain relevant today. Last Night in Soho is gritty, …

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Celebrate Thanksgiving with ‘Blood Rage’

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This Thanksgiving, after you have had your fill of turkey and stuffing, the whole family can gather into the living room and give thanks that you are about to watch the 1987 Thanksgiving Day slasher film ‘Blood Rage’ and determine once and for all if its cranberry sauce.  ‘Blood Rage’ tells the story of Todd and his identical twin brother Terry, who murders a teenager with a hatchet while attending a drive-in movie theatre one …

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‘Black Friday’ Should you watch the New Bruce Campbell movie? [Review]

In Casey Tebo’s new horror-comedy about consumerism, he explores the true terrors of consumer society. ‘Black Friday’ reunites horror icons Devon Sawa and Bruce Campbell. Those who see this movie will always see George A. Romero’s classic “Dawn of the Dead” as a metaphor for mindless shoppers. Unfortunately, while it’s an easy watch during a B-movie marathon, you’ll probably forget it by the next day. It never had memorable moments. As Thanksgiving night approaches, a …

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The Dreamer (2019) Short Horror Film Review

The Dreamer 2019 Horror Short Film review

The Dreamer is a short Norwegian horror film that premiered as an exclusive at HorrOrigins. With a runtime of 14 minutes and 44 seconds, the film follows a mother struggling to cope with her young daughter suffering from an unknown violent sleeping disorder. Written and directed by Kenneth Karlstad and filmed in Norway. Prepare a very dark visual experience and with good cause at it sets the tone for the dark nature of the film, …

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Hell in a Handbasket (Short Horror Film Review)

Hell in a Handbasket 2021 Film

Research scientist Dale Borger struggles to maintain his solitary existence in the Arctic. As Dale represents humanity’s last hope in the face of a global pandemic, all hope falls on his shoulders. This short horror film, Hell in a Handbasket, by Lee Chambers, explores a whole new level of our natural fear of isolation and being alone. Hell in a Handbasket was one of the excellent new horror films I screened at the Blood in …

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