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.
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If you don’t expect too much from a horror movie, the Canadian “Scarecrows” is exactly your thing.
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Gehenna is what the audience goes through while watching this pile of crap.
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Night Shyamalan did not fully reclaim his claims to the crown, but made a significant step to achieve this goal with Split.
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“The Heretics” mixes plenty of ideas in one pot, but the final outcome is a film with a solid, engaging plot and neat visual effects.
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“Terrifier” is a kitschy, corny and sometimes badly acted film, which surprisingly delivers a wicked amount of nasty fun.
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Sam Worthington “stars” in a lifeless science fiction drama, which doesn’t really work on any level (maybe apart from a gorgeous house of the protagonist).
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For a film about a demonic tree, “Devil’s Tree: Rooted Evil” offers a bit more than branches and the litter system.
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There is quite a lot of films, which can attract the attention of a true horror film buff.
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“The Ritual” draws inspiration from both “The Blair Witch Project” and “The Wicker” and still manages to find its own voice.
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