Orphan: First Kill Review

Orphan: First Kill is a brilliant prequel to the horror phenomenon called Orphan, about the girl who gets adopted into her new forever home and turns out to be a woman that is the height as a child and plays a devious character. Isabelle Fuhrman reprises her role in this sequel that is going to be in select theaters and Paramount Plus. My suggestion would be to see this in theaters as horror always plays better on the biggest screen.

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Orphan: First Kill Review

Orphan: First Kill is a brilliant prequel to the horror phenomenon called Orphan, about the girl who gets adopted into her new forever home and turns out to be a woman that is the height as a child and plays a devious character. Isabelle Fuhrman reprises her role in this sequel that is going to be in select theaters and Paramount Plus. My suggestion would be to see this in theaters as horror always plays better on the biggest screen.

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Glorious (2022) Review: Cosmic, Comedic Carnage


Alliance Media Partners and Fallback Plan Productions, in association with Eyevox Entertainment and Citizen Skull Productions, presents Glorious, directed by Rebekah McKendry (Tales of Halloween, All the Creatures Were Stirring). McKendry is co-editor of the book Creepy Bitches: Essays on Horror from Women in Horror (2021). Last year, McKendry also co-wrote a slasher reboot of Bring It On – Bring It On: Cheer or Die (SYFY fall premiere date to be announced).
Glorious stars Ryan Kwanten (True Blood, Dead Silence), J.K. Simmons (Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy, Whiplash), and Sylvia Grace Crim (Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon). The film is a lean 79 minutes (75 without end credits), so every minute has to count. I think a runtime like this is fine when you’re dealing just one or two characters. From the synopsis, it seems this might be a psychological “two characters in a room picking each other’s brains” movie.
When I first read headlines for this movie like “Lovecraftian Glory Hole Thriller Coming Soon,” I almost thought I stumbled across an Onion article. I was immediately interested because I enjoy all things cosmic horror (I recently covered H.P. Lovecraft’s Witch House). I’m also a fan of Ryan Kwanten – Dead Silence, with its creepy dolls and ripped-out tongues, deserves all the love.

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Jonathan Rhys Meyers interview for ‘Wifelike’

This past week at Infamous Horrors we got to interview the stars of the new science fiction film ‘Wifelike’ starring Jonathon Rhys Meyers( From Paris With Love & Match Point) also we got to chat with Elena Kampouris( Interview is on our YouTube channel) as well as the director James Bird. Hope you enjoy our interview with Jonathon as we talk about where we’re going with Artificial Intelligence and favorite genre films which he mentions Stalker, which I loved him mentioning that.

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Gone in the Night Review

Gone in the Night is a savage mind bender of a horror film that will take you back to the peak of drive-ins b-horror movies. Winona Ryder gives her best movie performance in years as Kath, John Gallagher Jr. Is still performing at a very high level since I’ve first seen him 10 Cloverfield Lane. The chemistry between Winona and John is phenomenal a perfectly placed odd couple in a weird ass movie.

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