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

Deliver Us from Evil (2014) – Review

New York City has repeatedly been the setting of suspenseful thrillers and eerie horror featuring gruesome murders, horrific crimes, and hardcore cops. Deliver Us from Evil is an entertaining combination of all these; mixing demons with criminals, detectives with exorcists, and police interrogations with dramatic exorcisms. Have I said too much? Eric Bana is a very … Continue reading

The Quiet Ones (2014) – Review

Here’s another angle on horror films of the paranormal realm. There is the schizophrenic – probably possessed – young woman, there is the overly ambitious experiment of a desperate professor of abnormal psychology whatever that is and there is a hard working crew, the professor’s little helpers who will assist him with the experiment and … Continue reading

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (2014) – Review

Another addition to the Paranormal Activity series is Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones. It deceitfully leads you to believe that it has nothing to do with the paranormal activity quadrilogy, as the story revolves around three curious and carefree high school graduates, who play detectives when a crazy neighbor gets murdered. Jesse’s ( Andrew Jacobs … Continue reading

Nothing Left to Fear (2013) – Review

Nothing Left to Fear has nothing left to offer to the horror genre, since its numerous clichés, the worn out plot and the unbelievably slow pace of the story neither foretell nor provide a suspenseful and enjoyable choice. It unravels the story of a spiritualist community withdrawn from the rest of the world, as it … Continue reading

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