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  Where The Scary Things Are Episode 81: THEY REACH with Director SYLAS DALL and stars MARY MADALINE ROE, MORGAN CHANDLER, and EDEN CAMPBELL In this weeks episode we talk to the stars and director of the new movie THEY REACH.  SYLAS DALL and stars MARY MADALINE ROE, MORGAN CHANDLER, and EDEN CAMPBELL give us a behind the scenes look at this awesome scary movie. Listen and/or watch below: iTunes   Stitcher   iHeart


  A man providing overnight watch to a deceased member of his former Orthodox Jewish community finds himself opposite a malevolent entity, in writer-director Keith Thomas’ electrifying feature debut. Starring: Dave Davis, Menace Lustig, Lynn Cohen and Malky Goldman Directed and written by: Keith Thomas   “The Vigil” has a job opening not many would apply for. Yakov (Dave Davis) is down on his luck, and short on money. He’s trying to find his place again in his community, and not sure where he stands religiously. While leaving a community meeting he’s met by Reb Shulem (Menashe Lustig), who has an offer for him. An offer that based on his financial troubles he can’t afford to turn down.   As for the offer, it’s to watch over a dead body for a night. This doesn’t sound like a great job, but it’s part of a real Jewish tradition. Yakov will be playing the role of Shomer, and watching over the body of Mr. Litvak. It’s more for the protection of the soul than the actual body. He also will be


  A quiet drifter is tricked into a janitorial job at the now condemned Willy’s Wonderland. The mundane tasks suddenly become an all-out fight for survival against wave after wave of demonic animatronics. Fists fly, kicks land, titans clash - - and only one side will make it out alive. Starring: Nicolas Cage, Emily Tosta, and Beth Grant Directed by: Kevin Lewis  Written by: G.O. Parsons Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...


  Friends hiking the Appalachian Trail are confronted by ‘The Foundation,’ a community of people who have lived in the mountains for hundreds of years.  Starring: Charlotte Vega, Emma Dumont, and Matthew Modine Directed by: Mike P. Nelson Written by: Alan B. McElroy   “Wrong Turn” has become a franchise about producing good kills above everything else, but can it be about something more this time? This story isn't about breaking down in the mountains, but getting lost up there. This group of young friends are looking for a Civil War fort in the mountains, but danger finds them before they can find the fort. Actually, danger comes rolling down the hill at them in the form of a tree trunk, and unfortunately one couldn’t get out of the way in time.   This causes a panic amongst the group, and uncertainty with what to do next. The longer they stay on the mountain the more they become convinced that they’re being watched by someone. One of them goes missing, while others stumbl


  When Mia, a social media star, becomes the target of an online terror campaign, she has to solve a series of games to prevent people she cares about from getting murdered. But is it real. Or is it just a game at her expense.  Starring: Grant Rosenmeyer, Nicola Posener, Daisye Tutor, and Emily Goss Directed by: Jennifer Harrington Written by: Jennifer Harrington and Alesia Glidewell   “Shook” will definitely do its best to get the audience all shook up! The film gets off to a quick start with the death of a social media influencer in a restroom. In a little bit of a surprise, it appears they might not have been the target, as a dog serial killer might have been after their dog instead. The death has left another social media influencer, Mia (Daisye Tutor), feeling down and not in the mood to do her next live stream.    Instead of pleasing her friends and fans, she decides to please her sister Nicole (Emily Goss) for once. She goes to her house to watch over Nicole’s little dog Chico.


  A woman’s life turns into a living nightmare when she takes in a roommate. Starring: Elisabeth Steen-Nokleberg, Mia Ando, and Yukina Takase Directed by: David Palmieri Written by: Sami Sonnesso, and Elisabeth Steen-Nokleberg   “Heart of the Home” shows the importance of picking the right roommate. With one roommate and friend leaving, Natalie (Elisabeth Steen-Nokleberg) must find a replacement. Kimiko (Yukina Takase), her other roommate, helps her go through an interview process to find a new roommate. In one of the funnier moments, they go through several interesting characters before landing on Miko (Mia Ando). There’s something off about her too, but she’s in need of a place to stay as much as they need someone to take the room.   Natalie and Kimiko try to be nice to her, and welcome her into the apartment. However, Miko seems to just complain about things, and then hide in her room. As Kimiko spends time away from the apartment, Natalie and Miko quickly grow apart, and N


A monster named Larry manifests itself through smart phones and mobile devices. Feature film version of the 2017 short film. Starring: Azhy Robertson, Gillian Jacobs, and John Gallagher Jr. Directed and written by: Jacob Chase Check out the video below and find out how many pools of blood it received...


  The follow-up to In Search of Darkness (2019) dives deeper into the practical-effects decade of ‘80s horror movies with all-new interviews from genre icons and industry experts alongside the original cast. Starring: Robert Englund, Linnea Quigley, Tom Savini, Corey Taylor, Kane Hodder, and Geretta Geretta Directed and written by: David A. Weiner   ‘80s horror was filled with plenty of great original films, but also its share of sequels. Leatherface was back with his chainsaw for “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2.” Freddy was plenty busy with several sequels to “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” and Jason was right there keeping pace with “Friday the 13th.” These sequels just add to the tremendously long list of ‘80s horror films to talk about. Too many that you couldn’t possibly cover them in one documentary. So following the footsteps of these great franchises is another sequel… “In Search of Darkness: Part II.”   The ‘80s horror documentary is back on another journey through some of horror


  Secluded in a desolate forest, a broken family is observed by Sator, a supernatural entity who is attempting to claim them. Starring:  Gabe Nicholson,  Michael Daniel, Rachel Johnson, and Aurora Lowe Directed and written by: Jordan Graham   “Sator” kind of sounds like Satan, and probably has many of the same bad intentions. It’s also something that you don’t want to discover while living mostly alone in the forest. In this case, it’s Adam (Gabe Nicholson) who’s spending most of his life in the forest. Sometimes he’s shooting bottles, and sometimes looking through the trees like he’s waiting for something. But what is it that’s on his mind?   It could be his family, who he seems disconnected from. His brother does come for a visit, but they don’t show a lot of brotherly love. The source of the problem might be their grandmother, who seems to be suffering from dementia, and the lose of her husband. She apparently can’t remember the important things, but seems to be holding onto her rel


  A man’s job requires him to clean a house, which turns out to be haunted. In the course of trying to exorcise the ghost, he falls in love with her. Starring: MacLeod Andrews, Natalie Walker, and Sydney Vollmer Directed by: Adam Stovall  Written by: MacLeod Andrews, Adam Stovall, and Matt Taylor   “A Ghost Waits” but it won’t wait too long! The film doesn’t waste time giving the audience a quick look at a family in a home before a ghost, Muriel (Natalie Walker), appears and gets them running in fear. Yes, they actually do the smart thing, and leave the house right away. This opens the door for Jack (MacLeod Andrews), a handyman, to come to the house for repairs.    He’s tasked with fixing up the house so that it can be rented out again. This is good for him because it gives him another job, and a place to stay. No, he’s not supposed to stay there, but has nowhere else to go while working on the house. As he works on the home it becomes clear most of the living world doesn’t know he ex


  An adaptation of the novel “Frankenstein,” as told through the life of Mary Shelley. As she creates her masterpiece, she gives birth to a monster. Starring: Alix Wilton Regan, Giullian Yao Gioiello, and Philippe Bowgen Directed and written by: Nora Unkel   “A Nightmare Wakes” could have been a good title to use instead of ‘Frankenstein,’ but it certainly fits this story more. A story not about the monster, but the person who penned his creation, Mary Shelley (Alix Wilton Regan). Before Mary gets to her story, the film opens on an dramatic note with a pregnant woman walking into a lake. This is clearly a sign of how this moment in her life is going to be told.   Mary, along with her husband, Percy Shelley (Giullian Yao Gioiello), are at a lake house with some of his friends. With nothing to do on a rainy night, a suggestion that each of them tells a scary story is made. They each take turns with the focus being on Mary's tale. The more the audience ventures into her story, the mor


  After losing her husband during the Great Plague, Grace Haverstock is unjustly accused of being a witch and placed in the custody of England’s most ruthless witch-hunter, Judge Moorcroft. Forced to endure physical and emotional torture while steadfastly maintaining her innocence, Grace must face her own inner demons as the Devil himself starts to work his way into her mind. Starring: Joe Anderson, Sean Pertwee, and Charlotte Kirk Directed by: Neil Marshall Written by: Edward Evers-Swindell, and Charlotte Kirk   “The Reckoning” came for many back in the day, but did they deserve it? This story opens in dramatic fashion as Grace (Charlotte Kirk) is forced to bury her husband. Apparently he has committed suicide after getting the plague. She’s left with her baby, and rent to pay on the home they live in. Some might expect some compassion, but she won’t be getting any from Pendleton (Steven Waddington), the landlord.    Pendleton is looking for rent and more from Grace, but she’s not rea