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Within aka Crawlspace (2016)

Starring: Michael Vartan, Erin Moriarty, Nadine Velasquez, Blake Jenner Director: Phil Claydon Michael Vartan (Alias) and Erin Moriarty (Captain Fantastic, Blood Father) are the stars in this fairly standard haunted house style horror. It starts with the classsic trope: family moves into a good house in a good neighbourhood that they can only afford because… Continue reading Within aka Crawlspace (2016)

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The Bye Bye Man (2017)

Starring: Douglas Smith, Lucien Laviscount, Cressida Bonas, Doug Jones Director: Stacy Title Have you ever had one of those moments where, late at night with the lights off, you find yourself in bed staring at the dressing gown hanging on the back of your door and are sure that it's a person come to kill… Continue reading The Bye Bye Man (2017)

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Horror Round-Up: Psychics, Psychotics and Unexplained Epidemics…

The Dead Room (2015) A solid entry, this New Zealand horror is all about the atmosphere and the slow build, as a psychic and two scientists investigate an isolated farm house that the inhabitants have fled, due to it's being haunted. At first, it all seems inconclusive, but then things start to get weird. What… Continue reading Horror Round-Up: Psychics, Psychotics and Unexplained Epidemics…

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Ouija: Origin Of Evil (2016)

Starring: Annalise Basso, Elizabeth Reaser, Lulu Wilson, Henry Thomas Director: Mike Flanagan Ouija, the original film in what looks like will be a series, was an alright horror film. Sure, it had plot holes so big you could hide a body in, and acting that was at times laughable, but I really didn't care. It… Continue reading Ouija: Origin Of Evil (2016)

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Ghostbusters (2016)

Starring: Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones, Chris Hemsworth Director: Paul Feig Has another film been more controversial this year? Off the top of my head, this is the big one. And for the weirdest reason. It's Ghostbusters, but the four main characters are female comedians instead of male. That's it. There are… Continue reading Ghostbusters (2016)

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The Conjuring 2 (2016)

Starring: Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Directed By: James Wan I was so excited when I heard this was coming out, and yet I didn't actually get a chance to see it til recently. It's so rare for a horror to actually be scary, or to have a decent plot and character development, but this series… Continue reading The Conjuring 2 (2016)

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Horror Movie Round Up: Strange Children, Haunted Houses and Psychic Experiments.

In this horror round up, we have haunted houses, government psychic investigation, empty buildings with something creeping in the basement, and plenty of people who should not go in there! (But do anyway) We Still Live Here (2015) Probably my favourite on the list, this involves a recently bereaved, middle aged couple moving into a… Continue reading Horror Movie Round Up: Strange Children, Haunted Houses and Psychic Experiments.

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Horror Movie Round-Up

After a week of watching horror movies, I thought I'd give you a round up in one post. Let me know if you've seen these, or if you end up watching them. I'd love to know what you thought of them too. The Uninvited (2009) - the oldest horror on this list, and starring Elizabeth… Continue reading Horror Movie Round-Up

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The House On Pine Street (2015)

Starring: Emily Goss, Taylor Bottles, Cathy Barnett Director: Aaron Keeling, Austin Keeling A wonderful little horror, with some new things to say about hauntings (one of my favourite types of horror films), this story involves a heavily pregnant woman moving away from the city and closer to her domineering mother. Jennifer (Goss) was unsure whether… Continue reading The House On Pine Street (2015)

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Horror Round Up: Demonic Posession, Cults and Haunted Houses.

Join us on a movie night with four scary movies about demons, posession and cults. Grab your popcorn and something to hide behind... Regression First up, is a film technically classed as crime or thriller, but is based on a true story about satan worshippers in 80's America, and has some really creepy, horror-movie moments.… Continue reading Horror Round Up: Demonic Posession, Cults and Haunted Houses.