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The Midnight Meat Train (2008)

The Midnight Meat Train is a visceral, uncomfortable tale about a photographer, Leon,┬áscouring the city for the perfect shot to impress a mover-and-shaker in the art world. In the process, he stumbles upon and becomes obsessed with a serial killer … Continue reading

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Satan’s Little Helper

This year, we scraped up this little-known flick with a mostly-unknown cast that happens to include Amanda Plummer. How she ended up in this turkey, we have no idea. The reviews online are kinder to this film than we ended up being. But you know Craig will give it a pass anyway.

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Night of the Demons

The poster art alone is scary enough. There may not be the scariest movie behind it, but it’s high camp 80’s schlock and it takes place during a Halloween party in a possessed (not haunted – know the difference!) house, so it may just be what the doctor ordered for you this season. Give it a listen and see if you agree with our assessment of this cult classic.

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Tales of Halloween

They just don’t make ’em like this anymore. We thought Tales of Halloween was a solid horror anthology that was perfect for the season.

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Halloween 3

Fresh off the heels of two commercially successful films starring Michael Meyers, Team John Carpenter took a left turn and decided the Halloween series would be better as an annual holiday-themed horror anthology. And maybe it would have been, had they not led the charge with this turkey.

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