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Oddball cast can't resurrect cheap scares in "The Lazarus Effect"

Published March 4, 2015

What's an early year PG-13 horror movie doing with such an overqualified and overall just plain odd cast? Too bad the actual movie itself isn't as surprising or unpredictable as its IMDB page, relying on the same tried and tired horror clichés, tropes and scares for success.


"The Woman in Black 2": Atmosphere abounds in scare-free start to 2015

Published Jan. 7, 2015

Like any respectable horror movie villain, "The Woman in Black" has refused to die, returning for the January sequel "The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death." Other than a jump in time period and a distinct lack of star power (Daniel Radcliffe's been traded out for an unknown British actress and the kid from "War Horse"), little has changed. It's still rich in ornately decorated spooky atmosphere but in need of some more potent nightmare fuel.


"Carrie: The Musical" is a dramatic horror story at Theatre Unchained

Published Oct. 11, 2014

Taking one of Stephen King's most chilling books - "Carrie" - and turning it into a musical has proven to be a difficult task for the world of big time theater. Now, the truth of that great book has emerged after endless rewrites and re-scores and re-re-re-how can we fix this. Just how good a musical they've ended up with was on joyous display Friday night when Theatre Unchained opened "Carrie: The Musical."


Laziness, loud noises haunt horror flick "The Quiet Ones"

Published April 30, 2014

In the pre-release hype for "The Quiet Ones," distributor Lionsgate tweeted that they used between 12 and 20 different processes in order to give parts of the movie the look of old, grainy 16mm film. Cute fun fact, though as one astute follower quickly noted, if they really wanted to create the look of 16mm film, they could've, you know, actually used 16mm film. It's a little factoid, but one that nicely captures the lack of commitment that plagues the whole movie.


"Billy Club" takes a stab at bringing the slasher movie back

Published Oct. 1, 2013

Like a bubbly, topless coed wandering around a dark house after having sex or the strong, handsome jock who recommends splitting up to his friends after they hear an eerie sound coming from ... somewhere, the slasher horror genre is seemingly doomed to die a bloody, painful death. Not if "Billy Club" and its writer-director tandem Drew Rosas and Nick Sommer have anything to say about it, though.

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