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10 Movies For You to Watch on Mother’s Day!

the phone. When Sarah says no, the woman (La Femme) decides that she wants Sarah’s unborn baby instead, and she’s got the scissors to make that happen, so… So basically,… Continue reading

Theatrical Review: Maggie (2015)

After becoming infected, 16-year-old Maggie runs off to the city, asking her Father not to come looking for her. She just wants to keep her family safe from what she… Continue reading

Some More Pictures from It Follows (2015)

Before we get the our review of It Follows, we wanted to take a second to share some extra images from the movie with you. Why? Because who… Continue reading

Book Review: The Scarlet Gospels

life as well as they could. I suppose overall, that I wanted things to come off as a bit more nefarious and dire, and a lot of it felt far… Continue reading

Blu-ray & DVD Releases: The Digital Dread Report for May 12th!

not only get one of the best Comic Book movies ever made, but you get two cuts of it to boot; the original R-Rated Cut, and the Unrated Extended Edition,… Continue reading

DVD Review: White Settlers (2015)

away, but if that is the case, then it makes it even worse in a way. A posh couple decides that they want to live a quieter and less expensive… Continue reading


…warriors (who want to kill any “outsiders”), some very slick photography which captures the glorious desert vistas and some high-kicking, bow and arrow slinging action and Survivor is a fun… Continue reading

Death Wish 4

is still an over-the-top 80s action film that has more in common with the ultra violent action pictures of the decade than it does with the dark original film that… Continue reading

Theatrical Review: Ex Machina (2015)

a stunning piece of work that had us totally immersed in its world from start to finish, and it left us wanting more, in a very good way. On the… Continue reading

Import Review: When Animals Dream (2015)

IF IT WEREN’T FOR THE WEREWOLF PROBLEM. At times, it plays more like an Indie coming-of-age movie than it does true Horror, with Marie wanting to escape her small Danish… Continue reading