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In the last month of her pregnancy, Esther Woodhouse is savagely beaten in an alleyway by an unknown assailant and loses her baby. To aid in her recovery, she attends a support group for grieving parents where she meets Melanie, who claims her son and husband were killed by a drunk driver.
Esther and Melanie develop a friendship, but soon it becomes clear that both are harboring much darker secrets than they initially let on. And when both their lives are transformed by another shocking act of violence, they find that recovery may be impossible. Continue reading
This movie has had my interest since I first peeped the trailer that I have included below. I’ve heard some mixed reaction to the film, as it was recently released to VOD platforms, but after a trailer that awesome, I … Continue reading
For a lot of reasons, I hate blurbs on the cover of home video releases. Either the quote is taken from somebody, so desperately aiming to be quoted, or, it’s taken out of context, which has happened to even little … Continue reading
For whatever reason, I’ve put off sitting down to watch Would You Rather, for as long as possible. In my younger years, I would dive into any low budget, independent film balls first, and ask questions later. As the economy … Continue reading
10 new images from the upcoming remake to ‘Maniac’ have made their way online. Continue on after the jump to check out the other 9 stills.
How seriously do you think I take Halloween? Well, I’m fairly frickin’ anal retentive anyway, so I need to book my viewing in advance. I mean I’ll deviate from my itinerary, but I at least need a plan. I can’t … Continue reading
Not many films develop the amount of hyperbole that surrounded The Human Centipede. Before the flick was even available to audiences, director Tom Six was touting it as one of the “sickest films of all time.” To be fair to … Continue reading
It seems like I’ve been waiting for Stake Land for at least two years now. The moment I laid eyes on the first trailer, I knew that this was the vampire film that I had been waiting on. It’s hard … Continue reading
London’s annual long weekend of gore and terror, Frightfest, is a mecca for UK and European horror fanatics. Sadly due to other commitments, this particular writer was only able to attend one afternoon’s worth of big screen thrills. Happily, from … Continue reading
It would seem that IFC Midnight have really putting forth the effort to get a good wide range of horror onto our screens of late. The latest is Canadian movie The Shrine which won Best Canadian Feature at the Fantasia … Continue reading