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London Film Festival – Review: The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017)
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London Film Festival – Review: The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017)

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After his last strange film ‘The Lobster’ (2015), director Yorgos Lanthimos returns with another very idiosyncratic film: ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’.

TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX AND METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER HOME ENTERTAINMENT CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN WITH INCREDIBLE NEW COLLECTIBLE BLU-RAY & DVD PACKAGING
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TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX AND METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER HOME ENTERTAINMENT CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN WITH INCREDIBLE NEW COLLECTIBLE BLU-RAY & DVD PACKAGING

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TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX AND METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER HOME ENTERTAINMENT CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN WITH INCREDIBLE NEW COLLECTIBLE BLU-RAY & DVD PACKAGING

FROM RENOWNED MEXICAN-CUBAN-AMERICAN ARTIST ORLANDO AROCENA COMES 19 UNIQUE BLU-RAY & DVD DESIGNS …
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Loot Crate October 2016: Horror (Review, Spoilers)
1 year ago

Loot Crate October 2016: Horror (Review, Spoilers)

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Loot Crate’s October 2016 Horror core subscription box unearthed graves, the nightmare world of Nightmare on Elm Street, and Leatherface’s cannibal larder to provide subscribers with the most horrific gobbets …
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Soundtrack Review: Stranger Things (2016) by Dixon and Stein

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Stranger Things dropped on Netflix two months ago, and ensnared our collective consciousness. It’s an 80’s homage without being derivative, paying respects to the giants of horror and sci-fi of …
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Swamp Thing #1 by Len Wein and Kelley Jones (Review)
2 years ago

Swamp Thing #1 by Len Wein and Kelley Jones (Review)

This attempt at a Swamp Thing relaunch contains beautiful art and horrible sentences.

Injection #1 by Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey (Review)
3 years ago

Injection #1 by Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey (Review)

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When you add everything up, Injection #1 is worth your time and attention. Even where the work is inconsistent on the art side, it’s always interesting. Warren Ellis also brings everything to the table that you could ask of an Ellis book: it’s weird, it’s funny, it’s dense, and it’s going to leave you wanting more.

Titan Comics Advance Preview: Surface Tension #2 (June 24th)

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Titan Comics has released an advance preview of Surface Tension #2, the second issue of Jay Gunn’s ecocatastrophe horror comic.  British comics writer Pat Mills has called Surface Tension “a story for …
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Spread, Vol.1 Arrives April 15th from Image Comics

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A deadly red growth is exposed to the surface of the Earth by deep digging into Earth’s crust, and now, ten years later, one man with a baby must fight …
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The Definitive Guide To The Best Films Of 2014
3 years ago

The Definitive Guide To The Best Films Of 2014

The definitive guide to the best films of 2014 by Benjamin Pineros

All major film festivals have given their verdicts, the Golden Globes have just passed and the Oscars are already in sight. The world of film of 2014 is about to …
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Movie Review: What We Do In The Shadows (2014)

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Done well, the mockumentary is a very funny style of film, revelling in the mundane of interesting or outlandish characters (think Spinal Tap, Man Bites Dog). Done poorly, …
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Nameless #1 by Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham

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Grant Morrison came into Nameless fully loaded. It’s got aliens, it’s got secret societies, it’s got that weird vaguely sexual thing going on, it’s got dream logic, it’s got something approaching drug logic — all the Grant Morrison trademarks are there, backed up by Chris Burnham doing the work of his career. But: does it all add up?

High Seas Horror this February in Archaia’s Plunder

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BOOM! Studios’ award-winning imprint, Archaia, debuts its new horror series Plunder in February. Author Swifty Lang and artist Skuds McKinley sail us into this dark voyage.

“Horror on …
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