Horror Movie Review: Apostle (2018)

Set in 1905, Thomas Richardson (Dan Stevens) travels to an isolated land to rescue his sister, Jennifer. He must infiltrate the island and a mysterious cult who worship a benevolent, bloodthirsty Goddess.

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Horror Movie Review: The First Purge (2018)

The First Purge takes the franchise back to the start while also attempting to build on a combination of grisly nihilism and bleak social commentary. Like the previous three films it fails to capitalise on this but here it all just feels so tired.

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Horror Movie Review: The Amityville Murders (2018)

It’s a miracle. An absolute miracle. After having suffered through so many terrible Amityville sequels and spinoffs, we have here the 21st Amityville movie and the first in a long time that actually directly relates to the infamous house. However, unlike most of the films, this one chooses to focus on the true horror that took place in the house.

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Horror Movie Review: The Boo (2018)

The Boo is a South-American Horror/Thriller that was written and directed by Scott McEntire. It was crowd funded via an Indiegogo campaign and released in 2018. The movie is based on the legend of the Boo Hags which originally comes from South Carolina’s rich Gullah culture. According to the myth, Boo Hags are similar to vampires, except instead of blood they steal your energy until you die.

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Horror Movie Review: Halloween (2018)

The year is 2018 and we have a new Halloween movie. Normally this would be followed by a shudder seeing as how the series that followed the classic original has put out a fair few stinkers. This is not one of them though.

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Horror Movie Review: Malevolent (2018)

Malevolent is a horror film directed by Olaf de Fleur Johannesson. It released in 2018 via Netflix. The film follows Angela & Jackson, siblings who lead a team that make money from faked paranormal encounters. However, when they are hired to investigate an old foster home they soon uncover its terrifying past.

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