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Hush Movie Review
A review of the British horror/Thriller 'Hush' starring William Ash as Zakes, a young guy who must rescue his girlfriend when she's kidnapped at a service station.
Dressed To Kill Movie Review
A look at the classic erotic thriller, 'Dressed To Kill' by Brian De Palma and its strong ties to Alfred Hitchcock's 'Psycho.'
Music in Horror Movies
A look at why music and musical scores are so important to the horror genre and in horror films.
The DEVIL Movie Review
Five strangers find themselves trapped in an elevator on the 2oth floor of a skyscraper. Soon they start to die one by one and they come to the realization that one of them is Satan himself punishing them in this M. Night Shyamalan horror/thriller.
Buried Movie Review
A review of the new horror thriller starring Ryan Reynolds as Paul, a hapless victim in the Iraq war who wakes up buried alive in a coffin with only a few bars left on his cell phone to try and reach help in this claustrophobic movie.
Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark Re-Make
A look at the up-coming re-make of the cult classic 'Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark' by Guillermo del Toro. I look at the trailer, what they've changed and hopefully what we can expect. Starring Katie Holmes, Guy Pearce and Bailee Madison as Sally.
Triangle Movie Review
Director Christopher Smith delivers a psychological horror thriller online a deserted cruise liner. Melissa George stars as Jess, one of a group being hunted by a strange masked shooter, but what's it really all about?
Bloody Disgusting an expose
An expose on the horror website, 'bloody-disgusting' and how they've crawled into bed with production company 'Platinum Dunes' for money.
Hit and Run movie review
A look at the 2009 urban legend horror, "Hit and Run" ('Bumper') about a young girl who hits a man and tries to cover it up. Soon though, the man she thought dead is out for revenge.
I look at the current trend in horror of fearing “the foreigner.” Looking at films such as 'Hostel', 'Paradise Lost' and 'The Grudge.' Why is it Westerners fear other cultures?
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