Antlers Movie Review

“Antlers” is a horror movie that turns the darkness up to eleven. The dark atmosphere and the dark mood are finely tuned, to give it a really off-kilter feeling. The characters are beset by a supernatural presence that they cannot contain. The bigger picture of Lower Class troubles and Native People issues are mentioned, but not explored. The main dilemma is the monster in the midst of this small Oregon town. And it is ready to kill to get its way…


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To celebrate the trailer release of the newest “SCREAM” installment, TikTok and Paramount Pictures have dropped a Text-to-Speech option featuring the iconically creepy voice of masked killer Ghostface.

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The Black Phone Trailer by Universal and Blumhouse


“The Black Phone”

Every voice is a victim. Every connection is a clue. Every call is a lifeline. 


Directed by: Scott Derrickson

Screenplay by: Scott Derrickson & C. Robert Cargill.

Starring: Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, Jeremy Davies, James Ransone and Ethan Hawke


Rated: R

Run Time: 1h 42min

Genre: Horror


Producers: Jason Blum, Scott Derrickson, C. Robert Cargill

Executive Producers: Ryan Turek, Christopher H. Warner


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Halloween Kills Movie Review

Opens in theaters and on Peacock streaming starting October 15, 2021


“Halloween Kills” is a direct sequel to “Halloween” (2018). This is not to be confused with “Halloween” (1978), because “Halloween” (2018) is a direct follow-up to the 1978 movie. In this new timeline, all the other ‘Halloween’ sequels and follow-up movies did not happen. Now it’s only the 1978 slasher/killer and the babysitter forty years later. In 2018, the slashing and killing started again. So now the stage is set and the knives are sharpened for “Halloween Kills”.


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SCREAM – Official Trailer and Poster


Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler Gillett



Kevin Williamson, Chad Villella, Gary Barber, Peter Oillataguerre, Ron Lynch, Cathy Konrad, Marianne Maddalena


Run Time: 2 Hours

Genres: Horror, Mystery, Thriller



William Sherak, p.g.a. James Vanderbilt, p.g.a. Paul Neinstein, p.g.a.



Kevin Williamson



James Vanderbilt & Guy Busick


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Madres Movie Review

Streaming on Amazon Prime starting Oct. 8, 2021


“Madres” is a Blumhouse Television movie that deals with mothers (madres), but with a twist of fear and uncertainty. Mothers, and mothers-to-be, are placed into a deadly place – a place where a curse might be leading to death. When the little farming community in rural California has mostly Mexican immigrants, the women are afraid to become pregnant. There is something in the water, or something in the evil intentions of certain people in the town.


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The Manor Movie Review

Streaming on Amazon Prime starting October 8, 2021


“The Manor” is a Blumhouse Television production that mixes a story of an old-folks home with the supernatural spookiness of “The Wicker Man”, but without the bees.  When an elderly lady suffers a stroke, she finds a place of rest and peace living at the Golden Sun Manor. But then she uncovers a world enveloped in ancient rituals that threaten her very existence. She might not be able to tell reality from her own vivid dreams, and those dreams turn into nightmares.


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Black as Night Movie Review

Streaming on Amazon Prime starting Oct. 1, 2021


“Black as Night” is a movie that comes from Blumhouse Television, and it usually means a low budget and a high concept. Sometimes, the low budget can be low quality. But in this case, the idea and setting mingle to make a nice updated version of “Buffy, the Vampire Slayer”. But this movie is set in the rundown areas of New Orleans, well after Katrina. So the mix between horror and social commentary becomes unavoidable. So this Amazon Original movie raises the ‘stakes’ for quality entertainment.


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Bingo Hell Movie Review

Streaming on Amazon Prime starting Oct. 1, 2021


“Bingo Hell” is wacky little horror movie out of the Blumhouse Brand, which means that is will have a low budget and a high potential. In this small but close-knit community of low income, people-of-color have a new unwanted guest in the neighborhood. And these local folks don’t like the smell of brimstone…


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