Crumb

A thoughtful documentary filled with shocking, unforgettable truth.…

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Sisters

The deranged sibling of Hitchcock's Psycho.…

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Candyman

Advertisements “I am the writing on the wall, the whisper in the classroom. Without these things, I am nothing. So now, I must shed innocent blood.” The purpose of urban legends is often to evoke what scares us most. Children grow up…

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Carrie

Advertisements Brian De Palma’s Carrie is an anxious champion of cinematic storytelling. The film wastes no time tinkering with conventionalized scares, instead choosing to cultivate terror through the intimate examination of a tormented young woman and the unforgiving environment she’s forced to…

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The Night of the Hunter: A Neglected Horror Masterpiece

Advertisements The Night of the Hunter was renowned British actor Charles Laughton’s first and only undertaking as a film director. Met with indifference upon initial release in 1955, the film is now considered a landmark of American cinema. The unique fusion of…

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Unforgiven

Advertisements Clint Eastwood’s Unforgiven arrived at a time when audiences were slowly saying goodbye to classic and revisionist Westerns in favor of high-octane blockbusters driven by special effects. This makes it a perfect candidate to nail the coffin closed on September’s Horsepower Month…

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‘Good Time’ Review

Advertisements It’s amazing how a city can come alive at night, pulsing with an electric vitality much like that of the human heart. Lights flicker in the sky and alongside busy streets like millions of curious, blinking eyes. Heavy traffic honks and…

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