Squid Game – Netflix Review **31 Days of Horror**

Squid Game is Netflix's 'biggest ever' series at launch - CNN

Five children’s games where contestants compete to the death. It’s all fun and gore during ’31 Days of Horror’ as Logan and Henry review the hit Netflix series ‘Squid Game’. 🦑🎃🪦👻☠️😷🔪🍬🍭

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“Hundreds of cash-strapped players accept a strange invitation to compete in children’s games. Inside, a tempting prize awaits with deadly high stakes. A survival game that has a whopping 45.6 billion-won prize at stake.”

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Midnight Mass (2021) – Netflix Review **31 Days of Horror**

Midnight Mass - Rotten Tomatoes

Be not afraid and join the congregation as they gather together for ’31 Days of Horror’ and our review of Mike Flanagan’s limited series Midnight Mass, now streaming on Netflix. Remember, you are dust, and to dust you shall return.

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“An isolated island community experiences miraculous events – and frightening omens – after the arrival of a charismatic, mysterious young priest.”

Review – Spiral (2021

Spiral promised to reinvigorate the franchise by adding some big names in Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson. Did the film succeed or is it time to send the series to the cutting room floor? Find out what the two horror hounds Logan and Henry thought in their review for Spiral: From the Book of Saw now playing in theaters.

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“A criminal mastermind unleashes a twisted form of justice in Spiral, the terrifying new chapter from the book of Saw.”

RLJE Films & Shudder Acquire North American Rights to “SEANCE”

RLJE Films, a business unit of AMC Networks, and Shudder, AMC Networks’ premium streaming service for horror, thriller and the supernatural, have acquired the North American rights to the horror film, SEANCE. RLJE Films plans to release the film in theaters, On Demand and Digital on May 21, 2021 and Shudder will premiere the film on its platform later in the year. Shudder has also acquired UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand rights.

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Review – Saint Maud (2020)

Scarborough has a starring role in hit horror movie Saint Maud | The Scarborough News

Those wild Catholicism enthusiasts are back to review A24‘s newest film Saint Maud that’s written/directed by Rose Glass and starring Morfydd Clark. The film arrives in select theaters & drive-ins on January 29th and will be available to stream on EPIX on February 12th!

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“Follows a pious nurse who becomes dangerously obsessed with saving the soul of her dying patient.”

Cinephellas Podcast – Episode 97 (Interview with Jeffrey A. Brown)

On this episode of the Cinephellas Podcast, Bob Ward interviews Jeffrey A. Brown about his feature film directorial debut The Beach House. They discuss making his directorial feature debut, writing the script, working with the cast, and MORE!

The Beach House will be available on VOD, Digital HD, DVD, and Blu-ray on December 15th!

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House of Usher (1960) – Movie Review **31 Days of Horror**

“The House of Usher is no more – and the place whereon it stood is as if – it had never been. He buried her alive… to save his soul!” Logan Myerz reviews Roger Corman’s 1960 film House of Usher that’s adapted from the Edgar Allen Poe short story and stars Vincent Price. The film is currently streaming on Shudder! 🎃💀☠️👻

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“Upon entering his fiancée’s family mansion, a man discovers a savage family curse and fears that his future brother-in-law has entombed his bride-to-be prematurely.”

Review – Saint Maud (2019)

by Old King Clancy

In keeping with what I’ve said beforehand, every year seems to have one standout horror film that’s a critical darling if a little iffy with audience; The Babadook, The VVitch, and Hereditary. For 2020 that horror film – aside from the obvious plague that’s screwing us all over – seems to be Saint Maud, and since the majority of these critically acclaimed horrors I’ve absolutely loved, I wanted to see if this would be a winner. And by God it was, this is a chilling, disorienting, and disturbing look at faith and the dangers of unchecked insanity.

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