Infinity Pool: Review [Destined to be one of the year’s best horror films]

Brandon Cronenberg had shown potential with Possessor: Uncut a few years ago. Now, he has fully arrived with a hatchet to your head with his jarring unnerving psychological horror film Infinity Pool which stars new horror sensation Mia Goth and Alexander Skarsgård who both go all out for Brandon’s crazy idea. When I first saw the trailer for Infinity Pool it already skyrocketed toward my most anticipated film of the year.

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Interview With Quatoyiah Murry and Millie De Chirico about their new book TCM Underground: 50 Must See Films From The World of Classic Cult and Late Night Cinema

We recently got to interview the authors of the new book TCM Underground: 50 Must See Films From The World of Classic Cinema and Late Night Cinema. We don’t usually interview authors at Infamous Horrors, it was an exciting experience for me to pick their brains about horror.

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[All Along The Quiet Horror Front] Skinamarink Review

Every so often a phenomenon comes along in the horror genre, especially with quiet horror, I remember seeing both the original Paranormal Activity and A Quiet Place on the big screen and knew there was something big about to take over the minds of horror fans for a long time. Here comes another quiet horror phenomenon that’s scary and slick as hell! Skinamarink is the next great thing in original quiet horror. It could even work as a silent film.

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Ash and Bone Review

Ash and Bone is a wild white-knuckle thriller, that will leave you on the edge of your seat the entire time. Boosted by great performances from Jamie Bernadette who has become a cult sensation in the genre fanbase as of late. Angelina Danielle Cama gives a brilliant breakthrough performance as the rebellious teenage daughter Cassie. This film offers much more than what we have become used to in independent slasher and horror films. It gives our depths into the characters we invest our time in.

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