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Mr Harrigans Phone

Another Lackluster Stephen King Adaptation, ‘Mr. Harrigan’s Phone’ Rings Empty

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Not a call worth answering.

Cynthia Rothrock in Righting Wrongs

‘Righting Wrongs’ Gets the Home Video Treatment It Deserves from Vinegar Syndrome

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This Hong Kong classic has never looked better.

The Midnight Club Netflix

‘The Midnight Club’ is Heartfelt Coming-of-Age Horror With An Anthology Twist

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The Haunting of Hill House creator Mike Flanagan and Bly Manor writer-producer Leah Fong return with another spooky saga set at a mysterious teen hospice facility.

Luckiest Girl Alive

‘Luckiest Girl Alive’ Is a Hasty, Disappointing Adaptation of a Popular Novel

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Netflix’s ‘Luckiest Girl Alive’ undermines an exceptional plot with rushed filmmaking.

Jamie Clayton in Hellraiser 2022

‘Hellraiser’ Opens a Bloody Box of Thrills New and Old

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Hell is other people — and also addiction, love, regret, and the flaying of human flesh.

Killer Clowns Horror Movies

10 Best Killer Clowns from Horror Movies

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Seriously, who are real-world clowns even for?

Best Horror Blockbusters

10 Best Horror Movie Blockbusters

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Don’t try to tell us original horror movies don’t make any money.

Halloween H20

Scream Factory Brings the Last Three ‘Halloween’ Films to 4K UHD

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Plus 6 more new releases to watch at home this week on UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Best Tobe Hooper Horror Movies

10 Best Tobe Hooper Horror Movies

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We break down the artistry and imagination the Hoopster sowed into every horror film he made.

Saint Omer Review

‘Saint Omer’ is a Beautifully Striking and Stylized Courtroom Drama

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Alice Diop’s debut narrative feature offers a devastating depiction of motherhood.

Art the clown in Terrifier 2

‘Terrifier 2’ Ramps Up the Running Time and the Carnage

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Your body may not be ready for what happens to bodies here…

Netflix Streaming October 2022

What’s New to Stream on Netflix for October 2022

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New horrors from Mike Flanagan and Guillermo del Toro? Yes please.