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  Bernardo is an undertaker. He runs his mortuary business in the same house where he resides. In the front he has his clients. And in the back, his dysfunctional family lives among coffins, wreaths and mischievous supernatural entities that visit on a daily basis. They attribute the paranormal manifestations to the dead bodies from their mortuary work. Find the real source of all this madness will be their quest, but they might find a terrifying truth. Starring: Luis Machin, Celeste Gerez, and Camila Vaccarini Directed and written by: Mauro Ivan Ojeda   “The Funeral Home” is supposed to be for the dead, and the living are about to remember why. Bernardo (Luis Machin) has taken over the family funeral home from his father. Living with him is his wife Estela (Celeste Gerez), and her daughter Irina (Camila Vaccarini). While he works in one area of the house, the three of them live in another. Then there is the area for someone, or something else. They’re apparently sharing the home with


  An Iranian couple living in the US become trapped inside a hotel when insidious events force them to face the secrets that have come between them, in a night that never ends. Starring: Shahab Hosseini, Niousha Noor, and George Maguire Directed by: Kourosh Ahari  Written by: Kourosh Ahari and Milad Jarmooz   “The Night” proves to be a bad time to check into a hotel. It’s going to be an extremely long night for Babak (Shahab Hosseini) and Neda (Niousha Noor), but before things go wrong they have a little fun. They’re at a friends house drinking and playing some games. It’s getting late and probably past their baby girl’s bedtime, so they decide to hit the road. Their friends offer them a room for the night, but Babak insists he can make it home with no problems.   He seems to get a little lost on the way home before getting into a small accident. It forces them to take refuge for the rest of the night in a nearby hotel. The strange man at the front hints that the hotel is almo


After unearthing a gem that controls an evil monster looking to destroy the Universe, a young girl and her brother use it to make him do their bidding. Starring: Matthew Ninaber, Nita-Josee Hanna, and Owen Myre Directed and written by: Steven Kostanski   “Psycho Goreman” doesn’t sound like someone you want to hangout with unless your name is Mimi! Before finding himself on Earth, Psycho Goreman, or PG (Matthew Ninaber) was nothing but a prisoner to his planet. Then one day he luckily found an amulet that gave him power to kill everyone who was holding him down, and many many more. No, his story isn’t about becoming a hero and freeing everyone, but more about becoming a killing machine.   The leaders of several planets led by Pandora (Kristen MacCulloch) came together to banish PG, and save themselves for the time being. Sister and brother, Mimi (Nita-Josee Hanna) and Luke (Owen Myre), change those plans when they dig a hole in their backyard. Mimi thinks she just found a piece of


Set in 1990, a lonely bachelor named David searches for an escape from the day-to-day drudgery of caring for his aging mother. While seeking a partner through a video dating service, he discovers a strange VHS tape called Rent-A-Pal. Hosted by the charming and charismatic Andy, the tape offers him much-needed company, compassion, and friendship. But, Andy’s friendship comes at a cost, and David desperately struggles to afford the price of admission. Starring: Wil Wheaton, Brian Landis Folkins, and Amy Rutledge Directed and written by: Jon Stevenson Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received.


  The hunters become the hunted after a stranger obsessed with the Redwood Farm murders convinces bereaved family members to venture into the wilderness in hope of proving the existence of the notorious burlap masked maniac. Starring: Danielle Harris, Damien Puckler, and Gary Kasper Directed and written by: David Ryan Keith Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received.


  A grieving British girl unravels her murdered mother’s secrets connected to a South African witch doctor’s curse. Starring: Coco Lloyd, Mari Molefe van Heerden, and Mary-Anne Barlow Directed and written by: Reine Swart   “The Heks” might be on me if this movie doesn’t receive enough pools of blood! Dilanne (Coco Lloyd) is doing what many of us do these days. She's talking to her mom on a video chat when someone appears, and murders her mother. Dilanne is upset, and wants answers to why this happened. She can’t wait, and flies home to South Africa to start an investigation of her own.   Usually this would be a good time to get reacquainted with family and friends, but Dilanne didn’t come home for a visit. She digs into her mom’s things looking for clues to why she was killed. Things get interesting when she finds an unusual looking mask. Throw in a witch doctor and things get cooking.   At times it might seem a little slow when Dilanne is investigating, but the movie keeps the aud


  Where The Scary Things Are Episode 77: PSYCHO GOREMAN with STEVEN KOSTANSKI and NITA-JOSEE HANNA We sit down with a returning guest, Director Steven Kostanski and a star in the making, Nita-Josee Hanna to talk about their new film PSYCHO GOREMAN.  This film is the perfect way to kick off 2021. One of the most entertaining films we have reviewed on the show. #Apple : #Spotify: #YouTube:


  Behind the looks of a shy film student, David hides an obscure past that is about to be revealed. Starring: Nicolas Prattes, Neusa Maria Faro, and Andre Hendges Directed by: Diego Freitas Written by: Diego Fretias and Gustavo Rosseb   “My Dead Ones” seems like a curious name for a film, but makes a lot more sense once this one ends. David (Nicolas Prattes) might seem a little odd at first, but that’s just because he’s a little shy. He has some friends, but he’s more interested in his films. It appears he likes to be filming from the shadows, and capturing his subjects in their natural environment. At least that what happens at first.   With his awkwardness, he will draw the audience on his side early. They will feel sorry for him when they see him get picked on at school, and have his camera damaged on purpose. However, as the audience gets to spend more time with David, they’re going to realize there is nothing to feel sorry for. Some think the quiet ones sometimes become t


On December 24th, five seemingly random men are invited to a dive bar by a myserteous e-mail. They decide to pass the time by resurrecting the old tradition of telling scary stories on Christmas Eve.  Starring: Jessica Anderson, Christopher Bower, and Cassondra Brian Stories directed by: Brittany Blanton, Sean Blevins, Jed Brian, Shawn Burkett, William Capps, Alex Clark, John Hale III, Blair Hoyle, Robert Kern III, Drew Marvick, P.J. Starks, John Mason, and Eric Huskisson Written by: John Mason and P.J. Starks   “13 Slays Till X-Mas” comes down the chimney with 13 short horror Christmas films for your holiday fun! Five guys, including a cop, priest, and guy dressed as Santa, are spending their Christmas eve at a bar of all places. Apparently they’re there because of an email, and not because they enjoy each other’s company. Instead of continuing the trash talking to each other all night long they decide to tell some Christmas stories with a horror twist to them. Obviously this mea


  In this Episode we hand out our Gold Goats to the movies we loved this year. We give out awards to Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor and Actress, Best Kill, Scariest Movie, Best Effects, and a couple other surprises like Ken taking on the Deathly 13. Support the show! Listen Here, or watch below: Apple: Spotify:


Five friends exploring a remote cave system in Northern Australia find themselves threatened by a hungry crocodile. Starring: Jessica McNamee, Luke Mitchell, and Amali Golden Directed by: Andrew Traucki Written by: John Ridley and Sarah Smith Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received.


  “AMITYVILLE HORROR HOUSE” Launching: Monday, January 4, 2021 on discovery+ In 1977, the book, “The Amityville Horror,” was published and caused a sensation. The subsequent 1979 film adaptation was a surprise box office hit. Today, it is the quintessential American horror story based on true events – family moves into their dream house in an all-American town and experiences the most terrifying demonic haunting imaginable. Demon possession, demon attacks, a portal to hell – it was a situation so dire, even the church couldn’t help them. Through archival footage and re-creations, our film presents the harrowing true story of Ronald DeFeo, who murdering his entire family in the Amityville house, and the 28 days the Lutz family lived there. A rare, archival interview with George Lutz, describing the final, terrifying night in the Amityville house, is revealed for the first time.   There’s an argument to be made whether kicking off a new streaming service with an “Amityville” special is a


  On October 31st, two preteens in a small town accidentally awaken an evil that has lain dormant for decades. They are forced to survive through a terrifying Halloween night of cat-and-mouse, from the monster known as “Bloody Bobby.” Starring: Alix Lane, Matt Rife, and Lily Keene Directed and written by: Ryan McGonagle Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received.