Category Horror

Room for Rent

For the past forty years, Lin Shaye starred in more than ninety films and became a well-known and admired actress in the horror genre...

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I’ll Take Your Dead

William has a simple job: making bodies disappear. This is not something he likes or even wants to do, but he can not control himself. His small country farm has become a dumping ground for victims in the nearby town. His daughter, Gloria, has become accustomed to men taking a look at the bodies and is even convinced that some of these bodies haunt the House. After a woman’s body is thrown into the house, William begins his meticulous process, when he realizes that he is not actually dead. As gang activity increases, William holds the woman against her will until he figures out what to do with her...

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The Curse of La Llorona

La Llorona is a dark appearance, trapped between Heaven and Hell, with a terrible fate sealed by her own hand. The mere mention of his name has caused terror throughout the world for generations. In life, he drowned his children in a rage of jealousy, throwing himself into the river after seeing how he violently killed his children. Now his tears are eternal, lethal, and those who hear his death call in the night are condemned. He crawls in the shadows and attacks the children, desperate to replace his own...

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High Life

Deep space Monte and his daughter Willow live completely isolated on board a spaceship...

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The Silence

While it’s not fair to compare a movie to another, the parallels between “Silence” and “A Quiet Place” are too prominent to be ignored. Not only does this adaptation of John Lebbons’ novel of 2015 also about deadly creatures with a better hearing, but presents a deaf girl and her father tries to survive...

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Pet Sematary

Dr. Louis Creed (Clarke) moves with his wife Racher (Seimetz) and their two young children from Boston to a small Maine town, near the new family home will discover a mysterious terrain hidden among the trees...

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The Wind

“Wind,” an impressive / Western hybrid, is the kind of artistic film some think I just do not. It’s a modest character study about Lizzy (Caitlin Gerard), a resourceful woman living in a cabin in the midst of an unknown part of America in the nineteenth century, slowly losing adherence to reality. Throughout the 87-minute round of the film, director Emma Tammi and screenwriter Teresa Sutherland discover Lizzy’s story so that viewers only see and understand what Lizzy sees and understands (often with reluctance). The narrative is light in dialogue. A number of scenes begin and stop whenever Lizzy feels the way to get in and out of them...

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The Head Hunter

On the outskirts of a kingdom, a quiet but fierce medieval warrior protects the kingdom from monsters and from the occult. His frightening collection of heads is missing only one: the monster that killed his daughter years ago. Driven by the thirst for revenge, travel through wild places on horseback...

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The Haunting of Sharon Tate

“The Haunting of Sharon Tate” can be the first serious drama “Manson,” which is a pure, unaltered case of exploitation. The movie has nothing fascinating to add to the Manson dialogue that some of us have been holding for decades. Do not get close to events, on the contrary, they’re getting away from them...

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Mercy Black

Fifteen years after stabbing a classmate to conjure up an imaginary ghost known as Mercy Black, Marina Hess returns home. She is being released from psychiatric care to live with her sister and her young nephew. But in the years after his crime, the myth of Mercy Black has gone viral, inspiring rumors, stories and even imitation crimes on the Internet. Marina is obsessed by what she has done and the ghost she imagined. Although he would prefer to leave the past buried, his nephew becomes increasingly obsessed with Mercy Black. To save him, Marina must confront her past and discover the truth behind Mercy Black...

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