Horror Movie Review: Blood Tracks (1985)

Ripping off The Hills Have Eyes in a way but moving the location to the snowy mountains, Blood Tracks is everything great and terrible about 80s horror. On the one hand, it’s silly and cheesy but on the other, it’s a boring re-tread of better told stories.

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Horror Movie Review: Hell Fest (2018)

Hell Fest is a slasher horror film that was directed by Gregory Plotkin and written by several different people. It follows a group of teens who are stalked by a serial killer while visiting a travelling Halloween carnival.

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Horror Movie Review: Alice, Sweet Alice (1976)

Having garnered a cult classic following since its 1976 release, it’s easy to see why Alice, Sweet Alice is still proving to be popular amongst genre purists. A smart and interesting tale that keeps you guessing and delivers a hefty payoff.

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Horror Movie Review: Black Christmas (1974)

Walk into a room filled with people and ask each one to name a Christmas horror. I would wager money that most of that room would name Black Christmas. Released in 1974, Black Christmas was directed by Bob Clark and written by A. Roy Moore. It boasts an impressive cast that includes Olivia Hussey, Margot Kidder and John Saxon.

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Horror Movie Review: Silent Night, Bloody Night (1972)

Directed by Theodore Gershuny, starring Patrick O’Neal and Mary Woronov, Silent Night, Bloody Night is a slasher horror that was released in 1972.

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