DEATH NOTE: Injustice, Morality, & Righteous Murder

Adam Wingard’s DEATH NOTE adaptation has some people up in arms.
And it should. ‘Cause it’s fucking awesome.

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Barrett & Wingard Deal Another Terrifying Blow with BLAIR WITCH

Adam Wingard & Simon Barrett take us back to the Black Hills in search of answers. But their camping adventurers end up discovering more terror than anything they ever expected.

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Outcast – Season 1, Episode 1: “A Darkness Surrounds Him”

Cinemax’s Outcast Season 1, Episode 1: “A Darkness Surrounds Him” Directed by Adam Wingard (A Horrible Way to Die, You’re Next, The Guest) Written by Robert Kirkman * For a review of the next episode, “(I Remember) When She Loved Me” – click here Cinemax has blessed us. Let us indulge in the Adam Wingard-directedContinue reading “Outcast – Season 1, Episode 1: “A Darkness Surrounds Him””

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31 Days of Horror for Halloween Season

In an effort to try and diversify, I’ve done my best to not include anything I included on last year’s Halloween List. Not to worry: plenty of horror for you here. Wade on in to find yourself something creepy; one title for every day of the month in no particular order but merely numbered forContinue reading “31 Days of Horror for Halloween Season”

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The Sacrament: Found Footage in Jonestown

The Sacrament. 2014. Directed & Written by Ti West. Starring Joe Swanberg, AJ Bowen, Amy Seimetz, Kate Lyn Sheil, Gene Jones, and Kentucker Audley. Magnet Releasing. Rated R. 95 minutes. Horror/Thriller ★★★★★ Previously I discussed The Sacrament in my 15 Found Footage Films Worth Watching. Here, I’ll go much more in-depth on why I think this isContinue reading “The Sacrament: Found Footage in Jonestown”

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The Invasion of Family in You’re Next

Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett deliver the home invasion horror goods with YOU’RE NEXT.

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V/H/S is a Creepy Found Footage Treat

V/H/S is a wild, weird found footage horror ride.

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Found Footage – 15 Films Worth Watching

The found footage sub-genre can be one of division. Some people like certain found footage films. Others don’t like the entire category, can’t stand it. I’m one of those who likes the genre. A lot. But only if it’s used to an advantage, if it works well. Sometimes the concept just falls flat on itsContinue reading “Found Footage – 15 Films Worth Watching”

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