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The Mimic, A Review

This South Korean movie started with a family familiar with loss, including the recent disappearance of Hee-yeon and Min-ho’s son, Jun-suh. Along with their daughter and Hee-yeon’s mother, Jun-hee and Soon-ja, they moved to Mt. Jang in hopes of starting anew –or at least to distance themselves from the painful memories of their previous home. However, the family’s peace of mind starts crashing down, once a mysterious girl is found and taken-in.

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The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, Trailer

In the first couple of seconds of the trailer, we watch as a young man walks down the road covered in blood. It is revealed through newspaper clippings and conversations throughout the trailer that this young man is Arne Johnson. Many horror fans may know that Arne Johnson’s murder trial was unlike any other because his trial was the first to plead innocence based on demonic possession.

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Vampires vs. Vampires

I like to think of vampirism as the actions of a vampire. It is the way a vampire walks, talks, and survives: from feeding on human beings and animals, all the way to supernatural strength and abilities.

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Top 5 Favorite Horror Films

If you are looking for horror films that will keep you up at night, turning on every light as you go to the bathroom home alone, then this is the list for you.

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Things Heard And Seen, A Review

The movie is complex, as it’s based on the novel “All Things Cease To Appear” (2016) by Elizabeth Brundage. Brundage even received screenwriting credit. “Things Heard And Seen” (2021) is filled with ideas from the life of the spiritual Swedenborg, as well as George Inness, an influential American artist.

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Based On A True Story

Emphasizing the “true story” element communicates to the audience that the events on-screen were real, and that they happened to real people. However, a single Google search on the Warrens complicates the supposed historicity of their exploits.

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Gremlins And The PG-13 Rating

The critics demanding an X rating for “The Exorcist” (1973) were being a little unfair. It’s pretty solidly an R-rated movie. However, it’s also fair to say that the gap between the PG rating and the R rating left a lot to be desired. It’s a little odd that “Jaws” (1975) received the same rating as “Meet Me in St Louis” (1944), for instance.