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Review: The Mist (TV Series)

Since I heard of its creation, I had eagerly been awaiting The Mist TV show, which of course is based on the well-know short story by Stephen King. Let me tell you, I was not disappointed. Despite the low ratings popping up … Continue reading

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The Suspiria Remake: A Few Quick Thoughts

Suspiria without Argento’s soul poured into the little details that made it a work of art is something that worries me as much as it excites. Argento’s choice of lighting, background score and camera angles make Suspiria a stylised glory … Continue reading

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My Favourite Film Of 2016: The Witch

When a new film is instantly met with a deluge of praise, I sometimes find it difficult to find interest in it. I often wait months until the film in question is long forgotten by the media before deciding to make … Continue reading

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Lola’s 3 Favourite Christmas Horror Classics

With the holiday season quickly approaching, I considered it a duty as a horror fan to share my advice on what to watch to keep you going, hopefully preventing any The Shining inspired attempts to commit murder… We’ve all experienced the … Continue reading

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Modern Horror And Mother

Mother is the name for God on the lips and hearts of all children— William Makepeace Thackery In recent years, we have seen a trend shift in horror films concerning the role of the mother. In the classics such as Psycho … Continue reading

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