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It really is time for a new bad babysitter film and Michael Thelin's provocative, engaging and terrifying Emelie might just be that film.
Takashi Miike returns with Over Your Dead Body, a carefully structured and impeccably paced horror drama based on the a 19th century kabuki play, Yotsuya Kaidan.
Henry Palfrey (Ian Carmichael) is the sort of person who has just about failed at everything. He cant get the girl, cant get the right car and cant even get on to the right teams at sports. He is in all honesty one of lifes losers. When he decides to spent a week at the [...]
Kyle Rankin's Night Of The Living Deb is a breath of fresh air amongst the creeps and the ghouls of the horror genre.
What happens to the survivor after the killings? Well that is what Benjamin R. Moody's Last Girl Standing aims to try and explore through the eyes of Camryn (Akasha Villalobos), the one who got away.