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Reviews

Recent releases, soon to be released, modern horror and sci-fi film reviews! 

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The Harbinger is ambitious, atmospheric, scary, and visually stunning. From snow-covered pastures and claustrophobic apartments to the neon sickness of a basement morgue.

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In this mockumentary/found footage hybrid, The Death of April, writer/ director Ruben Rodriguez (It's Here) chronicles one girl's journey from the hopeful possibilities of a new city. To the horrors, she'll discover in her new home.

Updating a beloved or iconic horror franchise for modern audiences takes work. With the age of social media, it can be downright abusive, even suggesting a reboot or actor change. Such was the case when it was announced that HULU would be opening the puzzle box once again and unleashing a reimagining of Clive Barker's 1987 classic Hellraiser.

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I relish when art is the focus of a horror narrative but use a specific piece as the catalysis to unlock a grindhouse-level psychedelic fever dream, and I’m all in. The third film from writer/ director Travis Stephens (Jakob’s Wife), A Wounded Fawn, shows the filmmaker has elevated his game visually.

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Updating a beloved or iconic horror franchise for modern audiences takes work. With the age of social media, it can be downright abusive, even suggesting a reboot or actor change. Such was the case when it was announced that HULU would be opening the puzzle box once again and unleashing a reimagining of Clive Barker's 1987 classic Hellraiser.

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Joe Bob's Drive-In Jamboree is an event where the Mutant Fam come from across the country to celebrate their love of Joe Bob and Darcy, each other, and Horror films. This year, Josh Stifter's (The Good Exorcist) film Greywood's Plot was showcased. Written by Stifter and Daniel Degnan (The Good Exorcist) and starring Keith Radichel, Daniel Degnan, Nathan Strauss, and Josh Stifter.

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