Come Play Review

Come Play features some of the best work of the cast members involved and should be up there with their best works including Gillian Jacob’s(TV’s Community, Netflix’s Love) also John Gallagher Jr, and newcomer Azhy Robertson. The performances that Jacob Chase gets from his cast is simply amazing. It was a real treat to also see how Jacob Chase wrote the element of autism into the story without it being soapy or forced.

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Spell Review

Spell is a brilliant new horror film from Paramount Players and starring Omari Hardwick in a tour de force performance where he absolutely owns the screen. I have always been a fan of his, but Spell really showcases his strengths and I don’t think it would have been much different performances wise, I thought Omari was the quarterback of the cast and helped elevate the team immensely.

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Toy Gory 2 Campaign Going Strong

Do we have any horror-core fans on infamous horrors? Will get ready for another classic music video in the making. Toy Gory 2 is currently having its Indiegogo campaign, being put together by Intrinzik it’s the sequel to the horrorcore song Toy Gory. Me and Intrinzik go way back. If you love horror-themed music you should check out what he’s been doing for years with Underground Hustlin’. This is also a great chance for the artist on our page to get introduced to his services, he can help you out a ton, tell him Infamous Horrors sent you.

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The Witches 2020 Review

The Witches is surprisingly a fun movie. When the trailer debuted it was met with extreme dislike and hate from the horror community. Which is such a funny thing to me how certain people automatically have their minds set to react to something without being open-minded about it. I suppose most remakes are like that, I enjoyed quite a bit of remakes recent that a lot of the horror community didn’t enjoy, including Fright Night, Child’s Play, The Woman In Black, and Suspiria I all enjoyed.

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Don’t Breathe 2 set for August 2021

After we just got the news that Stephen Lang has just finished filming his part for Don’t Breathe 2, we have word that the movie will be releasing on August 13th, 2021, while this is all tentative right now because we don’t know what December or the first quarter will bring with more being pushed back due to the pandemic. Here’s hoping that the pandemic gets solved before too long.

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Chop Chop review

Chop Chop is guaranteed to be a new Halloween tradition for slasher fans around the globe. It’s a unique spin on modern slashers which put bluntly has been a travesty as of late. The last great one was Elijah Wood’s remake of Maniac no matter how divisive it may have been and no matter how uncontrollable it was to watch, after all, that’s what makes a slasher film great to watch. That’s what Chop Chop does so well here.

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ARROW to Debut The El Duce Tapes in November
Music Doc Follows the Self-Described “King of Sleaze”
Cult Streamer Unveils New Trailer

ARROW is honored to announce the exclusive premiere of The El Duce Tapes, the new X-rated music documentary about El Duce, the self-styled “King of Sleaze”, a legendary underground figure who once boasted he was asked to kill Kurt Cobain for $50,000. Directed by Rodney Ascher and David Lawrence, with interviews directed by Ryan Sexton, The El Duce Tapes is an outrageous expose of a rocker described on national television as a “disgusting pervert”, a hugely divisive, troubled figure who was a skilled musician and relentless provocateur.

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Music Doc Follows the Self-Described “King of Sleaze”
Cult Streamer Unveils New Trailer”

Nocturne(Welcome to the Blumhouse) Review

Nocturne may will be my favorite Blumhouse ‘horror’ movie in recent years I say horror like that because I’m sure some won’t consider this horror and yell at us saying it’s a thriller. If you dislike movies like Suspiria I’d recommend you to stir clear of Nocturne as it’s similar tone and it has a nice mix of the underrated Elijah Wood and John Cusack movie Grand Piano.

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