Horror Movie Review: Two Evil Eyes (1990)

Two Evil Eyes is another collaboration of the highly revered and legendary horror directors, Romero and Argento, based largely on the works of Edgar Allan Poe. An anthology movie of sorts but without the filler of lesser tales and simply focusing on two fairly simplistic stories.

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Horror Movie Review: Dead & Breakfast (2004)

Six friends on their way to a wedding in Galveston stop for the night at a quaint bed and breakfast in the sleepy town of Lovelock. But after a night that ends with both the inn’s owner and his chef dead, the gang finds themselves under suspicion by the local sheriff.

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Horror Movie Review: After Midnight (1989)

Psychology class has a new Professor and he’s here to teach you real fear.

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Horror Movie Review: Nothing But Trouble (1991)

Nothing But Trouble is creative, unique and it’s clear a lot of effort has gone into it. The amount of commitment needed to put together a project like this must have been huge. I would take this movie 100 times over some of the generic fodder produced today.

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Horror Movie Review: The Platform (2020)

“Obvio.” The Platform (Spanish: El hoyo, translation: The Hole) is a Spanish science fiction horror-thriller film, directed by Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia. Goreng

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