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  When five teen employees at the local movie theater in a small Christian town discover a mysterious old film hidden in its basement, they unleash an alluring succubus who gives them a sex education…written in blood.   Starring: Evan Daves, Larry Saperstein, and Jillian Mueller Directed by: Keola Racela Written by: Matt Black and Laurence Vannicelli    “Porno”…alright start with getting all the jokes, and inappropriate thoughts out of your head. Now we can talk about this film that takes place in a theater. Mr. Pike (Bill Phillips) runs the theater, and tries to do so by including a little religious teachings to his mostly teenage staff. He leaves Chaz (Jillian Mueller) in charge for a few hours while the group gets to hold their private movie night. However, it isn’t so private when an apparently homeless man (Peter Reznikoff) runs wild in the theater.   Before they get rid of the man, he has opened a mysterious doorway in a wall. The group can’t help but find out what’s hiding back


  Where The Scary Things Are Episode 72: THE CRUMBS with CHELSEA JURKIEWICZ We bring back one of our favorite guest, Chelsea Jurkiewicz to talk about her new film The Crumbs available on Amazon Prime. DO YOU HAVE RESERVATIONS?? Listen Here or watch below: Apple Spotify IHeart


  A man crash lands in rural Appalachia and awakens in the attic of a traditional Hoodoo practitioner. He desperately tries to break free from her dark magic and save his family from a sinister ritual before the rise of the blood moon. Starring: Omari Hardwick, Loretta Devine, and Lorraine Burroughs Directed by: Mark Tonderai Written by: Kurt Wimmer Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received.


  An ex-lawyer and his team run an underworld service, providing fake criminals to take on other people’s crimes. But a new dangerous client turns their world upside down as they face lies, deceit and murder over the course of one night.   Starring: Luke Kaile, Rich Keebie, and Rebecca Calienda   Directed by: Samuel Gridley Written by: Luke Kaile and Samuel Gridley    Wouldn't it be nice if you could hold a “Criminal Audition,” and have someone commit crimes for you? Ryan (Luke Kaile) already committed a crime, did his time, and collected his paycheck. Now he’s basically the trainer for a new selection of criminals in the making. He works along side William (Rich Keeble) in staging crimes, and they’re looking for the next perfect criminal for a new client. L (Rebecca Calienda), J (Blain Neale), and P (Ben Scheck) are there for the criminal audition ‘of their lives.’   Actually it turns out to be more like ‘for their lives.’ The new client is Ms M (Noeleen Comiskey) and her associat


A lyrical and spiritual cinematic essay on The Exorcist, Leap of Faith explores the uncharted depths of William Friedkin’s mind’s eye, the nuances of his filmmaking process, and the mysteries of faith and fate that have shaped his life and filmography. The film marks the sixth feature documentary from Philippe (78/52, Memory: The Origins of Alien), continuing his thoughtful analysis of iconic genre films. Starring: William Friedkin Directed and written by: Alexandre O. Philippe    People took a leap of faith and watched “The Exorcist,” and nows it time to take another one and watch “Leap of Faith: William Friedkin on the Exorcist.” In 1973, “The Exorcist” began shocking audiences, and continues to do so with every new generation that dares to watch it. As scary as the movie is, there has also been plenty of stories about the strange happenings while making the film. Those stories certainly add to the film’s legacy, and now this documentary takes a different angle on the film.   Who bet


  Terror grips a small mountain town as bodies are discovered after each full moon. Losing sleep, raising a teenage daughter, and caring for his ailing father, officer Marshall struggles to remind himself there’s no such thing as werewolves. Starring: Jim Cummings, Riki Lindhome, and Robert Forster Directed and written by: Jim Cummings   Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received.


  Episode 71 It Cuts Deep with Director Nicholas Payne Santos and Charles Gould. In this episode we take a look at the new movie IT CUTS DEEP with Director Nicholas Payne Santos and comedian/lead actor Charles Gould. A Christmas horror comedy that is a must watch. Listen/Watch: Apple Spotify IHeart


  Seeking support as the guardian of her younger sister, Yoo-mi returns to a small hotel run by a family friend. As bizarre incidents creep up in her mother’s old room, Yoo-mi will have to unravel the supernatural mystery and discover the truth before it’s too late. Starring: Lee Se-young and Park ji-young Directed and written by: Yoon Eun-kyoung   No more  “Lingering” over this movie, it's time to get to this review.  Yoo-mi (Lee Se-young) seems to be having a hard enough time taking care of herself, and now she’s being asked to take care of her little sister, Yoon Ji-yoo (Park ji-young). Yoon can’t seem to stay in the orphanages she’s sent to after their mom died, so they want Yoo-mi to take her. Since Yoo-mi doesn’t feel like taking on that responsibility she decides to take her sister to stay with one of their mom’s good friends. They call her “Auntie,” and she runs a hotel with a strange past that Yoo-mi is going to learn about.   Yoo-mi wants to drop off her sister and go, bu


  Where The Scary Things Are Episode 70: THE DARK AND THE WICKED with MICHAEL ABBOTT JR Michael Abbott Jr joins us to talk about the anticipated horror movie, The Dark and The Wicked. Apple Spotify IHeart


  In 1979, a young girl stumbles upon a possessed tape player. She unknowingly unleashes a demonic entity that haunts her family while slowly dragging the small town of Clarkson to Hell.   Starring: Mary Madaline Roe, Morgan Chandler, and Eden Campbell Directed by: Sylas Dall Written by: Sylas Dall and Bry Troyer    “They Reach” reaches back a few decades to bring fans another movie similar to “Stranger Things,” “Goonies,” and “Summer of ’84.” This one opens in 1969 with a father and son tandem trying to help a save a possessed child. While the father works to save the child, his son is tasked with recording it. In the end, they don’t save the child, and the recorder basically becomes garage sale material.     Now ten years later, a young teen girl named Jessica (Mary Madaline Roe) finds the recorder in a store, and brings it home. She puts it in a mix of stuff she’s using for a science project. While working she accidentally cuts herself, and blood ends up on the recorder. Now that th


  A group of salem witch trial reenacts find themselves at the center of a modern day witch hunt. Starring: Geena Santiago, Jeff Ryan, and Scott Swayze Directed by: Arielle Cimino and Jeff Ryan Written by: Jonathan T. Coleman and Christopher O’Connell    This isn’t the first or last time witches have caused “Mass Hysteria.” Paige (Geena Santiago) is ready to move on from her job as an actress in Salem. She’s played a witch in the reenactment of the Salem Witch Trials for awhile now, and she’s looking at getting a real acting job in New York. Halloween has come, and it’s her last performance. Of course her fellow performers are sad to see her go, but it’s going to be a night to remember.   Their audience is primarily tourists, and they’ve come to enjoy the show. What they don’t know is that one of them is going to die. During the show, Paige delivers her usual curse, but this time the curse actually works. One of the audience members starts choking, and then dies. This causes a disagree


  In the post-apocalyptic aftermath of World War 3, an army of half-human half-pig super-soldiers takes over the world. It is up to a group of human rebels to destroy them and liberate humankind. Starring: Danny Trejo, Timur Turisbekov, Yana Marinova, and Dessy Slavova Directed by: Valeri Milev Written by: Valeri Milev, and Timur Turisbekov    “Bullets of Justice” sounds like a title of a very serious movie, but this might just be a movie unlike any other. The world is a very different place after World War 3. Humans are now the minority to a group of half-human half-pig soldiers. Rob Justice (Timur Turisbekov) and his right hand woman Raksha (Doroteya Toleva) are bounty hunters out for revenge on these pigs, and particularly one named Benedict Asshole.      Of course getting revenge isn’t easy. Rob is going to have to do battle with pigs, and face some twists and turns along the way. He also has some personal demons to fight along the way. All in hopes to putting an end to the one and