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If The Dark Tower was the underwhelming studio-trimmed Cliff’s Notes YA version of that Stephen King story, It is the R-rated unabridged directors-cut vision of this one. In October of 1988, children begin to go missing in the sleepy town … Continue reading
“Blair who?” the book of shadows asked with amusement. William (Ralph Ineson), the Puritan father of a 1630s New England family, chooses to leave the protection of a local village over his religious convictions, taking his entire family with him … Continue reading
Pat Benetar was right, but what ELSE are you going to use as a weapon? Jay (Maika Monroe) is a pretty young woman residing in Detroit dating a mysterious new local guy named Hugh (Jake Weary). On the night after … Continue reading
The website Truly Disturbing recently posed a few questions: Are PG-13 horror films TRULY DISTURBING? When did PG-13 become the staple of scary movies? What ever happened to the time honored tradition of paying for one movie and sneaking into … Continue reading