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Dark Was the Night. Let’s just get this out of the way right off the bat. I don’t know if it was always the title, even when it was a big success on The Blacklist several years ago, or if it was a last minute marketing change. Bottom line, it’s too generic and frankly, boring. But I have no control over that, so let’s move on, ‘cause this film
Alfonso Gomez-Rejon's reimagining of The Town That Dreaded Sundown isn't technically a remake, but it is an awfully entertaining flick!
Once in a great while, a horror film of such frightening power and raw emotion finds its way to a hungry and hard-to-please audience. And that audience, once engulfed in the world that is created, is forever grateful for the almost-transcendental experience.
Inspired casting exists in See No Evil 2; The inclusion of horror veteran Danielle Harris and her considerable acting prowess lends some weight to the film, as does actress Katherine Isabelle, known as the title character in American Mary.
Hollows Grove is another found footage film comprised of unsympathetic characters who explore a haunted asylum/hospital type institution and encounter poorly timed and executed scares.
Take one pinch of Aliens. One teaspoon of Cabin in the Woods. A cup of Rec 3. A smidge of Independence Day. A great big helping of Fire in the Sky. And a gallon of Signs. Throw in some Night of the Living Dead for some extra spice. And what have you got? The Vicious Brothers’ Extraterrestrial.
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October 24, 2014
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Given man's unwavering fascination with woman, it's no surprise that the female star acts as the anchor to a dominant portion of horror pictures. I mean really, who wants to see a bare chested man tearin ass through the woods screaming at the top of his lungs while a bladed assailant nips at his heels?
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by Michael Klug - Contributor
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by Mike Blakely - Staff Writter
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by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
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by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
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by Erik J. Brown - Contributor
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October 23, 2014
by Michael Klug - Contributor
Dark Was the Night. Let’s just get this out of the way right off the bat. I don’t know if it was always the title, even when it was a big success on The Blacklist several years ago, or if it was a last minute marketing change. Bottom line, it’s too generic and frankly, boring. But I have no control over that, so let’s move on, ‘cause this film
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by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
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by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
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October 22, 2014
by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
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by Matt Molgaard - Staff Writer
Alfonso Gomez-Rejon's reimagining of The Town That Dreaded Sundown isn't technically a remake, but it is an awfully entertaining flick!
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by Michael Klug - Contributor
Once in a great while, a horror film of such frightening power and raw emotion finds its way to a hungry and hard-to-please audience. And that audience, once engulfed in the world that is created, is forever grateful for the almost-transcendental experience.