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To the Devil a Daughter (1976)

I’ve already said how much I love a good supernatural horror film about devil worshippers. Girls on stone altars, priests in black robes chanting and performing blood rituals – what else would the doctor order for a late October evening … Continue reading

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The Call of Cthulhu (2005)

I popped this movie in because it was late and I didn’t have the stamina for a full-length film. I have an affinity for micro-budget fan projects where a group of fans get together, bonded by nothing more than pluck … Continue reading

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Snoop Dogg’s Hood of Horror (2007)

Straight from the Dogg Pound comes a mediocre horror anthology with an urban twist. In “Crossed Out,” a local witch doctor – for reasons unclear – blesses an orphan with the ability to kill vandals by spray-painting a big red … Continue reading

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The Shrine (2010)

The less said about this unexpected gem of a story, the better. A journalist cajoles her office assistant and photographer friend to fly to Poland with her to investigate the story of missing hikers outside a traditional Polish town. Needless … Continue reading

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They Live (1988)

They Live is an awesomely goofy sendup of classic sci-fi films, while at the same time a hilarious and heavy-handed social commentary. Craig and I loved dissecting this film on our podcast a couple years ago. An unnamed man arrives … Continue reading

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