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Horror Hottie: Lilly-Fleur Pointeaux

…on June 23rd. SO HOT. SO FRENCH. WE ALSO ADMIRE THE PERVY LOOK IN HER EYES IN THIS PICTURE. …AND THE “GIVE  IT TO ME” LOOK IN HER EYES IN… Continue reading

Flutter (2014)

…the police and the social services for an inspection. JoLynn merely finds some support in Curtis, a neighbor who owns atypical animals and occasionally buys little bags of weed from… Continue reading

Blu-ray Review: Horsehead (2015)

…feels like an acid trip ensues. WHY DOES THIS PICTURE REMIND ME SO MUCH OF MARTYRS? If nothing else, Horsehead is a bold movie. We also happen to think that… Continue reading

10 of the Best (and Worst) Horror Movie Fathers of All-Time!

…we? *Be sure to click the pictures to watch the movies, if you’re so inclined.   JERRY BLAKE: THE STEPFATHER (1989) Jerry is a family man, through and through, and… Continue reading

Theatrical Review: Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015)

…emphysema to her (they have illness in the afterlife?) As the being repeatedly terrorizes and tries to kill Quinn, Elise eventually comes back into the picture, deciding that she just… Continue reading

10 Horror Eyes for July!

Is there a Horror movie out there that doesn’t offer at least one close-up of someone’s eyes during its runtime? We sure hope not, because we just… Continue reading

She’s Funny That Way (2014)

Directed by: Peter BogdanovichCountry: USA Movie Review: Peter Bogdanovich, the veteran director known for admirable classics such as “Targets”, “The Last Picture Show”, “What’s Up Doc?” and “Paper Moon”,… Continue reading

Blu-ray & DVD Releases: The Digital Dread Report for June 23rd!

…and in a Collector’s Edition to boot… and then we started hearing about how its picture quality was less than stellar, and we died a little bit inside. It sounds… Continue reading

Blu-ray & DVD: The Digital Dread Report for June 2nd!

…gems from our childhood in Blu-ray quality, we can now watch it over and over all over again… although now the picture and audio won’t be 80’s bad, and we… Continue reading

Theatrical Review: Maggie (2015)

…nice to see her go from being a cute kid star, to being a solid adult actress. THIS PICTURE IS AN EXCELLENT METAPHOR FOR THE ENTIRE MOVIE. I’m not sure… Continue reading