• Synopsis

    Unfriended could potentially spawn the era of a new sub-genre: an advanced and cyber-enhanced found footage horror.

    This updated version introduces a bright new style of online terror aiming to capture the audience’s attention through the uses of the web and it’s a concept based entirely on the internet and social media.

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Cub (Welp) 2014 – Review

More often than not, foreign productions are a real breath of fresh air to the horror genre, which has seen many cliché ridden and exhausting works. With that being said, Jonas Govaerts’ Cub – set in the Belgium countryside – is a true gem of horror and even though he introduces once again the generic and … Continue reading

Exists (2014) – Review

No better way to encapsulate the essence of this movie than saying if you’ve seen one you’ve seen them all. Director Eduardo Sánchez stands behind the new Bigfoot horror and found-footage blandness Exists, which could be the movie’s biggest asset as he is one of the masterminds who fed The Blair Witch Project to the … Continue reading

Starry Eyes (2014) – Review

While fame comes with a deadly price, writers/directors Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer come with a horror flick that fills the niche of those who can’t stand to watch one more poorly executed and cliché-ridden production. The promising duo set their film in the vain and dark world of stardom, where the lead character Sarah (Alex … Continue reading

Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015) – Review

Even though it was painfully disappointing not to listen to the “Tiptoe Through The Tulips” song that anchored Insidious, the third part, Insidious Chapter 3, is a worthy prequel that against all odds didn’t ruin the franchise. James Wan took a step back and let co-writer and star Leigh Whannell get the directorial credits. However, … Continue reading

VANish (2015) – Review

The murder of two middle-aged love birds during their saucy rendezvous, three hardcore low-lives, and a Mexican drug cartel kingpin are all pieces of the fun, gory and quite pleasing flick that is VANish. It’s a rather refreshing take on slasher horror that, luckily for us fans, refuses to base its premise on exhausting tropes. … Continue reading

The Possession of Michael King (2014) – Review

  David Jung’s found-footage paranormal horror is just another proof of how deeply infected the genre is by the “documentary” virus. The lead protagonist with the ridiculously alluring voice goes from absolute disbelief to total destruction, as his eerie project to summon the Devil goes out of control. Michael King (Shane Johnson) is a warm-blooded … Continue reading

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