An Infection Breaks Out This Summer In ‘The Beach House’ Trailer — INDIE HORROR REVIEW

The Beach House is Jeffrey A. Brown’s directorial debut, and stars Liana Liberato, Noah Le Gros, Jake Weber and Maryanne Nagel. Synopsis: Escaping to a family’s beach house to reconnect, Emily and Randall find their off-season trip interrupted by Mitch and Jane Turner, an older couple acquainted with Randall’s estranged father. Unexpected bonds form as the couples let […]

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Gerard Butler Faces The End Of The World In ‘Greenland’ — INDIE HORROR REVIEW

From director Ric Roman Waugh and the producer of the John Wick franchise, comes Greenland, a survival film about a family desperate to find safety during what may very well be the end of the world. Gerard Butler, Morena Baccarin, Roger Dale Floyd, Scott Glenn, David Denman, Hope Davis, Andrew Bachelor, and Joshua Mikel star in this intense thrill ride […]

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First Jason’s New Music Video “Kill For Mother” — INDIE HORROR REVIEW

First Jason is the heavy metal band, led by frontman Ari Lehman, the first actor to ever play Jason Voorhees. The band released the parody music video “Kill For Mother,” featured on their newly released album, Lord of the Lake. For more information on the band please visit their official website, Facebook, YouTube, or Spotify. Watch First Jason live on stage […]

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[Silver Screams] DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE (1920) and Allegory Elevated by the Power of Performance — Nightmare on Film Street

Welcome to Silver Screams! Every month, I’ll guide you through a deep dive into a classic horror film or hidden gem and reveal the online and juicy behind the scenes secrets. 1,969 more words

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[Review] The TWILIGHT ZONE Reboot’s Second Season Improves on the First’s Weaknesses — Nightmare on Film Street

Bringing back a beloved series like Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone is bound to be met with mixed reviews. Anyone who’s tried revive the show in the past — the middle-of-the-road 1980s version along with the panned 2000s update — has had to deal with incessant comparisons to the original. 793 more words

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[REVIEW] Cody Callahan’s THE OAK ROOM Delivers a Gothic Thriller Straight from the Depths of Darkness — Nightmare on Film Street

The Oak Room (2020) is a love letter to the gothic thrillers of the past, which is fitting, since the theme of the film is about the past catching up with you. 1,264 more words

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[Recap] PENNY DREADFUL: CITY OF ANGELS, Season Finale “Day of the Dead” — Nightmare on Film Street

The first season of Penny Dreadful: City of Angels was not going to wrap every storyline in a tight little bow. How do you wrap up a story that’s been about systemic racism, police brutality, and Nazis running amok when we’re still living with all of that here in the real world 80 years later?…

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