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The Exorcism of Emily Rose

The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005): A Review

Scott Derrickson, who directs, The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005), takes a common horror plot and refocuses the lens. While the story of possession remains like many others in its subgenre, this film shines a spotlight on the victim’s sacrifice.

Hulu's Fright Fest

Hulu’s Fright Fest Available September 2021!

October is known as the month of all frights. But this year, the horror’s come early on Hulu. September will be the home to some of the greatest Horror releases. Although many are re-released, they don’t age. This compilation does not represent every cinematic horror release to air on Hulu but are the ones that are recommended.

Kathy Bates

Kathy Bates Horror Legend

Kathy Bates has been thrilling fans in film for years. And she has some pretty horrifying roles to her credit. She is known for embodying one of the most horrific characters in the genre of Horror.

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Day of the Dead, A Review

There is a redeeming scene in “Day of the Dead,” where one of the characters gets philosophical about the possible rationale for the apocalypse.

Child's play

Child’s Play (1988), A Review

“Child’s Play” was the first of a sequel of films about a real nasty doll. Only the doll wasn’t a doll, at least in the classic sense of the world.


Hottest Horror Films For Summer 2021

Summer is the hottest time of the year, not just for obvious reasons but also for blockbusters. Studios try to put out their hottest films of the year, driving up box office dollars.

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The Ring (1998), A Review

“The Ring” (1998) is the first film in a series of sequels. Hideo Nakata is the inspired director. He likewise brought horror fans, “Dark Water” (2002).

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Alien (1979), A Review

Before 1979 no one had wholly depicted aliens like Ridley Scott. He terrified audiences with what the unknown held. And, his “Alien” would become the prototype for many years after.