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The New Horror Films You've Got To Watch!
Whether it's dark, comedic or classic we've got the new breed of current Horror/Thriller Films you need to check out!
I am 40. I am not dead yet.
Do you ever feel like you’re standing still while the world moves around and through you? Do you ever feel fulfilled but empty at the same time? I guess this is what 40 is. Grappling with your inner journey, your past and present journey and the journey untravelled. Like many people 40 and over, there are these insidious unwritten rules about who we are are meant to be by 40 and after 40. I wish when we were young we knew just how detrimental those societal stereotypes and expectations would ...
TEN BEST WATCHES ON SHUDDER AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
Shudder has finally arrived in Australia and New Zealand. Let's take a look at some of the top watches on offer!!
The Lodge (2019) - Movie Review
Another psychological thriller or shall we say chiller this Aussie winter? Yes, and brought to us by legends Hammer Films is The Lodge also brought to us by the directors of GOODNIGHT MOMMY. Set six months after their mother’s suicide, siblings Aidan and Mia’s father takes them for a family vacation to his soon to finance’s lodge. His finance Grace, played by Riley Keough with exact execution, was raised in a cult, Grace was the sole survivor of their mass suicide, led by her father, Aaron. T...
TOP TEN TV SHOWS BOTH GOOD AND TRASH TO WATCH IN ISO RIGHT NOW
The best good and bad shows worth binging right now in ISO.
Becky (2020) - Movie Review
Okay, so first thing off the bat — Kevin James is the biggest mistake this film makes. He’s just so blah as an actor. However, Community’s Joe McHale, okay, I’m down. Then add an angsty teenager with a hidden enjoyment of killing and you’ve got me so far. So, there once was a little girl…
A teenager’s weekend at a lake house with her father and his girlfriend and her son takes a big right turn for the worse when a group of convicts turn up looking for a key and begin to wreak havoc in search ...
Shirley (2020) - Movie Review
Shirley Jackson was a prolific horror and mystery writer in the 1940s whose reputation often preceded or overshadowed her. After her famed debut novel “The Lottery” (1948) Shirley became are recluse and is plagued by agoraphobia, depression and a very difficult, morose and confrontational disposition, one might say. Over the duration of her writing career, she composed six novels, two memoirs, and more than 200 short stories. Jackson’s fifth novel, The Haunting of Hill House (1959) was descri...
Don’t Let Them In (2020) - Movie Review
At first glance ‘Don’t Let Them In’ looks like a low budget UK home invasion film like so many we’ve seen before. But fear not, this is no lameo run of the mill invasion horror film and I’ve got to say while both the lead characters aren’t particularly likable (however, Karl played by Aidan O’Neill, the asshole with an obnoxious personality, this actually becomes his saving grace and calling card as a character by the end of the film).
The plot follows the brutal murder of a young girl...
The Most Relatable Larry David Moments From Curb Your Enthusiasm
We all have some Larry David in us, some maybe a lot more than others! Let's reminisce over some of the best and most relatable moments from one of the best tv shows on the air - Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Oh, Jeremiah: Why JT Leroy’s ‘The Heart is Deceitful Above all Things” still remains important in word and life.
Some truths are so dark, so painful, so sharp that you need a somewhat veil to shield your identity in order to succumb to the truth of the story and immerse oneself in the world you are creating and the characters you are inhabiting. Some may look at JT Leroy’s work in the future as a mere literary scandal but they would be greatly remiss in depriving themselves of some of the greatest contemporary evocative and jarring writing of the 20th century.
Ten Horror Films To Cure Your Quarantine Boredom.
Ten Horror Films To Cure Your Quarantine Boredom and deliver some chills and thrills!
WE SUMMON THE DARKNESS (2019) - Movie Review
What seems like a debaucherous night of metal and booze and youthful wild abandon quickly takes a deadly twist in this incredibly fun new horror film. Three best friends embark on a road trip to a heavy-metal show, where they meet with three metal head wannabes and lead them back to one of the girls’ secluded country home for an after-party. There’s a serial killer obsessed with satanism on the loose and the booze is flowing but who can trust who?
10 Dark Artists You Need To Know About.
Come to the dark side! Here are 10 dark artists you need to know about right now.
SWALLOW (2020) Movie Review
What seemingly appears like a tale about a bored wealthy housewife and her mundane life, SWALLOW (IFC Films) takes a complex and powerful turn when young newlywed Hunter begins experimenting with swallowing foreign objects and as she fixates more and more on reaching larger and more dangerous objects the deeper we delve into the psyche of a woman trapped, feeling powerless and not addressing her own trauma and pain.
The Invisible Man (2020) - Movie Review
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The Invisible Man (2020) - Movie Review