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When it was finally released in the U.S in 2006, The Descent, directed by Neil Marshall, was one of the scariest movies to come out in quite some time. What made it so scary is the claustrophobic nature of the film, where five girls on a spelunking expedition get trapped below the earth with some horrifying mutated [...]

Italian-made, English-language film “Suspiria”, directed by Dario Argento, is one of those films everyone has on their Top 10 Horror Movie List. I am about to start a huge debate, by going out on a limb in stating “I don’t see what the fuss is about.” Maybe Suspira was a breakout art-house graphic horror film in 1977, [...]

Donnie Darko Movie Review Synopsis: A trouble teen named Donnie Darko has a bizarre vision of a six foot tall demonic looking bunny, that tells him the earth will end in 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes, and 12 seconds. He narrowly misses being killed by a jet engine that crashes through his parents home, [...]

What do you get when you mix a bloodsucking genetic mutation, curious red pills, a high school house party, a mad scientist doctor and thirty days without sunlight? The movie Frostbitten. Frostbitten, a Swedish horror film released in 2006 and directed by Anders Banke, opens in the year 1944. SS soldiers are lost in the [...]

From Canadian director Bruce McDonald comes this intellectual take on the done-every-which-way-from-Sunday zombie genre. McDonald is not the type of director to be typical Hollywood when it comes to films. His work is more art-house than in your face kitsche.  So anyone expecting the same zombie fair simply recycled is in for a treat. Grant [...]

Prehistoric parasites meets global warming in this flesh crawling horror story. At a research station on Banks Island, a remote region of the Canadian Arctic, Dr. David Kruipen (Val Kilmer), a renowned environmental advocate, and his team discover the real horror of global warming is not the melting ice, but what’s frozen inside it. While tracking [...]

If Salvador Dali made a movie, it would look like the movie…The Cell. Catherine Deane (Jennifer Lopez) is a special child psychotherapist. She has helped develop a technique by which she can literally enter the minds of her patients, by which she interacts with them and their world they have created and ultimately guide them through [...]


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