Fasten your seatbelts, because Gareth Evans has produced a deeply disturbing mixture of horror genres.
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As far as horror comedy goes, “The Mansion” is one that’s lampooning every genre cliche possible. However, while doing so, it implements such a heavy kind of humor that the screening quickly turns into a bore.
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Joaquín Cociña and Cristóbal León, the authors of a Chilean animated indie darling “La Casa Lobo”, shed some light on the process of making a stop-motion.
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Although a decent effort on the executive level, “Mara” never leaves its own comfort zone of being “just another horror movie in 2018”.
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“Romina” by Diego Cohen is a true red herring of bad movies of 2018. Unusual, remarkable pile of crap.
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If there is one thing that can give me nightmares, it’s a truly scary occult horror.
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A black community’s ode to the oppressing government written by a white person. What could go wrong?
Continue reading “This Movie Bad, Yo! – The First Purge (2018)”
“Starry Eyes”is an unusual tale of unhappiness and devotion, served in a form of body horror and a prelude to “Neon Demon”.
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A thought-provoking horror, Steven Soderbergh’s trash-fest and John Travolta’s miserable attempt at reviving his career. Welcome to the weekly update by Cultural Hater.
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Because some horror films are so ridiculously bloody that we can’t take them seriously.
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An inventive horror-inspired science fiction, which somehow lacks depth to become a cult movie.
Continue reading “Notes On: A Quiet Place (2018)”
If you don’t expect too much from a horror movie, the Canadian “Scarecrows” is exactly your thing.
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