Spiral Review

Spiral is a new horror film streaming on Shudder that is on par to be one of the best horror films of 2020. In a time where LGBTQ lives are struggling for equality, Spiral juggles that aspect of horror rather well. I have seen a lot of complaints from horror fans for the recently released Antebellum which some called Trauma porn. Spiral I feel is the complete opposite while I rather enjoyed Antebellum myself, I believe Spiral will find its audience way sooner than Antebellum will.

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The Swerve Review

The Swerve Is a movie made for fans like In The Mouth Of Madness and similar movies in tones where the main character just find themselves in situations that often cause more chaos than luck. Luckily however, The Swerve is much more than what meets the eye on the surface. From the trailer, it looked like a typical line of movies that feel like they made for the Lifetime movie channel and this is one reason I have strayed from away from watching any sort of trailer for movies that are sent my way to review. Especially with theaters being closed its much easier to avoid a trailer nowadays. I’m glad I still ended up giving The Swerve a shot because dammit! It is truly something special to behold.

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Shout Factory TV host ‘31 Nights of Horror’ streaming every night in October!

This October, Shout! Factory TV and Scream Factory proudly present 31 Nights of Horror. Fans can tune in each evening throughout the entire month for a macabre movie that’s sure to satisfy cravings for all things creepy. Each night of the stream will feature a genre favorite such as Witchboard, Bad Moon, Sleepaway Camp, The Exorcist III, Clive Barker’s Nightbreed: Director’s Cut and many more.

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Chop Chop Invades Home Video for Halloween
Rony Patel’s Debut Film

Kamikaze Dogfight in partnership with Gravitas Ventures, a Red Arrow Studios company, has announced the Digital HD and Cable VOD launch of Rony Patel’s debut slasher Chop Chop. An ordinary pizza delivery leads to a night of chaos when a murderous psychopath targets a young couple who might be harboring a secret of their own. Chop Chop will be available to rent or own October 20th on Amazon, iTunes, Comcast, Spectrum, Vudu and more.

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Rony Patel’s Debut Film”

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