‘Toy Box Killers’: Movie Review

Once upon a time, a boy and a girl met. Together, they liked to torture, inflict pain, and elicit screams. ‘Toy Box Killers,’ not to be confused with the real-life ‘Toy-Box Killer’ David Parker Ray (I made that mistake), is an independent horror film from Demonic Assassin Films starring Jon Prophet as Daniel Burns; Elin-Margareta Nordin as Samantha Tooms; Emma Johannesson as Monica Johnson; Sharon Henry as Detective Sergeant Teri Logan; Jag Singh as Detective …

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Review of the Horror Short ‘The Nurturing’

Remember when you were young and you had that overwhelming fear that something was hiding under your bed just waiting for you to fall asleep? You never dared lift the covers to look for fear you might be right. This fear is what Lockbridge Productions taps into in their new seven-minute horror short, ‘The Nurturing,’ which follows Daniel, who, after sustaining an injury, returns to his childhood bedroom. It is there that he is faced …

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Aronofsky Endings: From Mild to Wild

Noah is the reimagining of the biblical story of Noah’s Ark with Russel Crowe playing the titular character. Jennifer Connelly plays his dutiful wife Naameh and for some extra star power Emma Watson plays Noah’s adopted daughter Ila. This film didn’t receive great reviews- half the audience was upset with the changes Aronofsky made to the original story. The other half could accept the changes but still struggled to follow the convoluted plot. But in …

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Horror For the Holiday’s – Movie Review of (2007) Thriller ‘P2’

With Christmas still a couple days away, there’s plenty of time to celebrate the season with another holiday themed horror movie. And, for your next film, I recommend the 2007 thriller, ‘P2,’ starring Rachel Nichols and Wes Bentley. The story follows Angela (Rachel Nichols) as she is trapped in an underground parking garage on Christmas Eve while being pursued by Thomas (Wes Bentley), a psychopathic security guard. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYT5vmjwId4&w=560&h=315] The movie opens on a lone …

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Horror For the Holiday’s – Movie Review of (1997) Slasher Film ‘Jack Frost’

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, so what better way to celebrate the season than to spend the month watching Christmas themed horror movies? We, at Horrorfacts, will be doing just that: watching some of the best and worst Christmas horror movies all month long and then giving you, the reader, a review of each film. So, follow us as we cover everything from the classics to the pieces of trash all month …

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HorrOrigins of Evil: Part 1; Days 1 & 2 Of This Horror Film Festival

I’ll just preface all of these projected internal thoughts, in other words, mini-reviews, by saying that I thought this film festival full of horror/mystery/sci-fi/thriller short films and features was pulled off extremely well. To have the honor of viewing these fantastic pieces of art in a film festival environment, although I’m very sure it was much different than years past, was a first for me. HorrOrigins Film Festival was an incredible experience as my first …

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2020 HorrOrigins Film Festival Was a Scary Good Time

October 24th, 2020 I recently had the distinct pleasure of attending a virtual film festival and I have to say that I really enjoyed it much more than I expected to. HorrOrigins Film Festival is an exciting new independent genre film festival that focuses on discovering & premiering independent screenwriters & filmmakers in the town deemed HOLLYWOOD of the SOUTH, located in Atlanta, GA. HorrOrigins is founded by Brandon Waites. Brandon is the co-founder of …

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Camp Twilight Review: A Cliché Slasher Movie Reviewed From Two Different Perspectives

We here at HorrorFacts wanted to offer up a slightly different take on the standard horror movie review. Horror fans and what they love are often as different as horror genres and what makes them unique in their own rights. Therefore we will be taking a look at Camp Twilight (2020) from the perspectives of two of our writers with very different tastes in horror. Ian McGee’s Review of Camp Twilight (2020) “After discovering they …

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The Cleansing Hour Review – You Have Never Seen An Exorcism Movie Like This.

The Cleansing Hour is a Shudder original that released on October 08, 2020. If you were to read the synopsis, you would find that it’s about a girl who gets possessed by a demon. After you read this, you might think to yourself, “Haven’t I already watched that movie?” It feels like a been there, done that concept. In the case of The Cleansing Hour, though, you couldn’t be more wrong. I guarantee you have …

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