Horror Movie Review: Marrowbone (2017)

Marrowbone or The Secret of Marrowbone is a horror film that released in 2017. It was written & directed by Sergio G. Sánchez on his directional debut. The film focuses on Jack and his three younger siblings. When their beloved mother suddenly dies, they are forced to keep the secret of her death in order to remain together. However, soon after they are plagued by a sinister presence in the sprawling manor in which they live.

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Horror Movie Review: Cold Skin (2017)

In 1914, a young Irishman named Friend travels to a remote island in the South Atlantic to work as a meteorologist. Once there, he discovers a drunk, unkempt lighthouse keeper named Gruner. He coldly informs Friend that his predecessor had passed away on the island. However, it soon becomes clear that something far more extraordinary and sinister is taking place on the eerie, secluded refuge.

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Horror Movie Review – Mother! (2017)

Mother! is a 2017 psychological horror, of sorts, from the mind of Darren Aronofsky, who both wrote and directed it. Not shy of a big budget, or a big star, Aronofsky has also written, directed or produced films like Noah, The Wrestler and Black Swan.

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Horror Movie Review: The Neon Dead (2017)

The Neon Dead is the perfect example of a horror movie that favours imagery over story and characters. While it looks pretty damn amazing (most of the time) its barebones plot leaves you feeling cold by time the credits roll.

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Horror Movie Review: Darkness Wakes (2017)

Darkness Wakes follows Charlotte (Aisling Knight), a psychology student who’s looking for any work that pays. She stumbles across an ad for a job that’s enquiring about a cat sitter. It sounds too good to be true so she heads to the secluded, manor property to have an interview. While there, she meets Mr & Mrs Farrow. They come across quite eccentric but are nice enough and they are willing to pay her £200 a day to cat sit. It’s only for 3 days and it feels like a no-brainer so she accepts the job.

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Horror Movie Review: Pool Party Massacre (2017)

Inspired by 80’s slasher horror, Pool Party Massacre is a low-budget comedy horror that is far better then it has any right to be. Low budget 80’s inspired slasher horrors are becoming a sub-genre of horror in their own right by today’s standards and standing out from the crowd is very difficult.

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Horror Movie Review: The Last Hope (2017)

Writer, director and actor Leigh Ormsby brings us an independent apocalyptic zombie horror set in Australia. An incredibly ambitious movie, it’s dark tone and gritty feel lifts it above many modern zombie horrors even if it does have some serious flaws.

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