Antlers Review: Now in Theaters

Antlers is an interesting folklore of a film that finds its footing quite quickly. Early on we are introduced to Keri Russell’s character Julia Meadows who has a complicated past with her father and brother Paul Meadows played by the always excellent Jesse Plemons, this character is a far departure from the over-the-top character he had in Disney’s Jungle Cruise earlier this year. As we dive deeper into the story it seems to be much more sinister of a tale going on.

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Marvel Studio’s ‘Eternals’ Review : Infamous Horrors gets a special look at a breath of fresh air in the MCU

The newest entry in Marvels Studios phase four ‘Eternals’ works on multiple levels, where the typical or casual Marvel fan will not like the direction it takes for the majority of the time because for one there is a lot of plot progression involved with ‘Eternals’ so much so that I was already hearing complaints from other critics after walking out which contradicts other reasons they love other Marvel films.

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“GREAT WHITE” TO PREMIERE EXCLUSIVELY ON SHUDDER ON NOVEMBER 11th, 2021

Shudder, AMC Networks’ premium streaming service for horror, thriller and the supernatural, announced that GREAT WHITE will be available exclusively to stream on the platform starting on Thursday, November 11th, 2021. As a Shudder exclusive, the platform will be the only subscription service that will carry the film in the U.S. and Canada.

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Dopesick Episodes 1-3 Review: Fall’s newest addiction to binge

Dopesick is your new addiction for the fall season to binge on Hulu. This is what you would call “real life horror taken straight from the headlines” as the case is still ongoing and many families are still suffering from painkiller type pills such as OxyContin was back when it was making strides in the medicine circles as the “miracle drug”.

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Halloween Kills review: Now on Peacock and in cinemas

Halloween Kills is an excellent addition to the franchise, I suspect when this Blumhouse trilogy is over with a lot of people will look back at it as divisive as the Disney Star Wars sequels. I already feel in the minority of loving Halloween Kills as much as I loved the 2018 and Halloween 3: Season of The Witch. Which divides people the most in the entire franchise.

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