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Review: ‘The Loved Ones’ Combines Prom and Torture
Ah, prom. A time for memories. And torture and insane stalkers.
Delayed Review: ‘Paranormal Activity 4’ More of the Same
Never take care of creepy little boys from demon-possessed families.
Review: Is ‘My Amityville Horror’ the True Story?
This documentary interviews one of the people who really lived the Amityville horror.
Review: House at the End of the Street
In 2012, Jennifer Lawrence starred in Hunger Games, Silver Linings Playbook and this thing.
Review: ‘Beautiful Creatures’
Is this what Twilight would have looked like with good writing?
Review: ‘Hotel Transylvania’ Will Suck Your Blood
Monsters are afraid of humans? This concept vaguely reminds me of another movie...
Review: ‘Warm Bodies’ Exposes Zombie Love
Zombies are so discriminated against we have never asked the question: can they love?
Review: ‘Mama’ Makes Your Kids Use All Fours
Watch out for evil crazy mental patient chicks who died 150 years ago.
Review: ‘The Possession’ Will Not Possess You
Kids, this is what happens when you don't clear your plate at dinner.
Review: ‘Frankenweenie’ is Tim Burton’s Best Movie in Years
Dark Shadows was awful, but Frankenweenie makes up for it. Almost.
Watch The Last Exorcism Part II Trailer
That was clever what you did there. You know, adding "Part II" to the title.
Review: ‘Chernobyl Diaries’ a Non-Nuclear Disaster
Just when you think radioactive waste won't create mutated monsters.
Resident Evil: Retribution Movie Review
Paul W.S. Anderson has literally run out of ideas.
Review: ‘The Apparition’ is Just Plain Bad
Ashley Greene looks great, but that's where the positives end.
Review: ‘V/H/S’ Says Don’t Have Threesomes with Demons
Also, don't try to save women from devil worship. Or have sex.
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Review: 'Annabelle: Creation'
Review: 'The Dark Tower'
'Detroit' Review: Powerful, but Missing Something?
'Atomic Blonde' Review: Slick, Stylish, but Not Smart