Horror Movie Review: Mermaid’s Song (2018)

Thanks to Disney, Hans Christian Anderson’s The Little Mermaid is one of the most famous fairy tales out there even if the animation company took a much lighter view on it. Anderson’s original story was a lot darker which is the perfect inspiration for Mermaid’s Song (also known as Charlotte’s Song). A horror take on the classic story.

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Horror Movie Review: Awaken the Shadowman (2018)

Awaken the Shadowman tries really hard to be a ‘slow-burn’ of a horror movie but misses the point that for that to work it has to have a satisfying payoff. While it has plenty of intriguing mysterious moments about it, the lack of answered questions is astounding.

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Horror Movie Review: Camp Death III in 2D (2018)

Directed by Matt Frame, Camp Death III in 2D is a stupid, lewd, gory and hilarious send-up of slasher horror while poking fun at one of the more enjoyable Friday the 13th sequels. A horror/comedy parody of Friday the 13th Part III 3D although it takes inspiration from slasher horrors in general.

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Horror Movie Review: Boar (2018)

While not a remake of the 1984 mind-wrapping madness that was Razorback, Boar shares quite a bit in common with it. The obvious being that it is an Australian horror film. One set in the Australian countryside and has people being attacked by a huge, bloodthirsty boar.

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Horror Movie Review: Upgrade (2018)

Upgrade is set in the near, technologically advanced future. It focuses on Grey Trace, a self-proclaimed technophobe. One day, his entire world is turned upside down when he is left paraplegic after a horrific mugging. Not only that but he was forced to watch his wife bleed out & die before his eyes. Contemplating suicide, Grey is given a lifeline in the form of an experimental computer chip implant called STEM.

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