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

Come Back to Me (2014) – Review

  ”Am I dead?”, asks the lead actress in distress, while staring at a laptop screen watching someone slitting her throat. It’s a scene that blends both tragic and comic aspects, and frankly summarizes the entire movie, with its creepy ambiance and confusing plot. Based on Wrath James White’s novel The Resurrectionist, Paul Leyden’s film … Continue reading

Clown (2014) – Review

  Horror movies that feature evil clowns are naturally creepy and frankly nightmarish. There have been some quite memorable performances that have anchored the horror genre and it’s always tempting to see new versions of devilish clowns. Eli Roth’s Clown is one more attempt to showcase the bloody mayhem caused by such a hellish figure. … Continue reading

The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death (2014) – Review

  After Daniel Radcliffe’s mesmerizing performance in The Woman in Black, the franchise’s sequel, Angel of Death, aims to please the audience without having the dashing celebrity do his magic. Using the same gloomy cinematography and eerie concept, Hammer Films offers the newest version of the haunting in Eel Marsh House, only this time, Tom … Continue reading

The Houses October Built (2014) – Review

The one and only: found – footage/documentary horror. Probably clichéd to the core, a group of five drive throughout the US in search of the scariest haunt house. The Halloween extravaganza has already began as we are 5 days short of the big day and the filming crew is hoping to create an exciting and … Continue reading

When did Daniel Radcliffe become the face of horror?

The formerly little wizard who captured the hearts of fans worldwide seems to be making serious efforts into establishing his name in the horror genre. His delicate veneer was perfectly adapted to the bold and adventurous persona of Harry Potter, but apparently Daniel Radcliffe is adding a macabre flavor to his film cv. While achieving … Continue reading

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