Horror Movie Review: Lifeforce (1985)

Lifeforce deserves the ‘so bad, it’s good’ tag because of how many commendable things it has going for it or it at least tries to do. We’re talking about a movie directed by the late Tobe Hooper. A movie written by the late Dan O’Bannon and based off the book ‘The Space Vampires’ by Colin Wilson.

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Horror Movie Review: Leviathan (1989)

Leviathan is a science fiction horror film directed by George P. Cosmatos, it released in 1989. It follows a crew of underwater geologists who encounter a highly infectious, DNA altering disease. This particular affliction causes those affected to be transformed and consumed by a hideous mutant creature.

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Horror Movie Review: Honeymoon (2014)

Paul & Bea are newlyweds who head to a cabin situated in the secluded countryside for their honeymoon. Everything is going wonderfully until Paul finds Bea lost and disorientated in the middle of the night. Afterwards, things only get stranger as it begins to become clear that the person Paul brought back may not be Bea at all.

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Game Review: SOMA (Xbox One)

“Soma is an underrated Sci-Fi masterpiece.”

Soma is a science fiction survival horror-adventure game that was developed & published by Frictional Games. The game takes place in an underwater research facility known as PATHOS-II. Unexpectedly, the crew of PATHOS-II became the last people to exist on Earth after a comet impact caused a major extinction event. There, the last humans survive on a day-to-day basis, attempting to fight the negative effects of their collective isolation. During this period, the machines in PATHOS-II begin to develop human characteristics and a consciousness.

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Horror Movie Review: The Endless (2018)

The Endless is a Sci-Fi Horror film that follows two brothers who receive a cryptic video message inspiring them to revisit the UFO death cult they escaped a decade earlier. The message talks of an upcoming “ascension”. Hoping to find closure, they return but everything may not be what it seems.

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