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Friday, January 28, 2022



People hear predictions on when they will die. When that time comes, a death angel appears in front of them and kills them.

Starring: Yoo Ah-in, Kim Hyun-joo, and Jeong Min Park

Creator: Yeon Sang-ho

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Thursday, January 27, 2022



After a job goes wrong, six armed robbers must spend a single night at a deserted house. But during their stay their pasts come back to haunt them. What is real and what is the product of their tormented minds?

Starring: Struan Rodger, Johann Myers, and Finbar Lynch

Directed by: Matthew Benjamin Jones, and Luke Skinner 

Written by: Matthew Benjamin Jones, and Kirk Lake

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Tuesday, January 25, 2022



Winter, 1843. A young woman is under investigation following the mysterious death of her family’s matriarch. Her recollection of the events sheds new light on the ageless forces behind the tragedy.

Starring: Stefanie Scott, Daniel Pearce, and Isabelle Fuhrman

Directed and written by: Edoardo Vitaletti

  “The Last Thing Mary Saw” is what everyone wants to know. This film opens in an unsettling situation, and leaves the audience feeling that uneasy the entire way. Mary (Stefanie Scott) begins the film with her eye sockets blindfolded, and little proof she can see. A group of very unhappy people want to know what has happened, and it looks like it’s Mary’s story to tell. No doubt, this isn’t looking great for her.

  Mary seems like the typical young lady of the 1840’s. She comes from a family of money, but is low in the family structure. She tries to go along with her family duties, and sticks to religion like her family would want as much as possible. However, she’s developed a more than just friendly relationship with her maid Eleanor (Isabelle Fuhrman). This causes some friction in the family, and plays a big role in what everyone ultimate happens to the family and Mary.

  This film is definitely a lot about the atmosphere it creates. It shows right off the bat that something really bad has happened to Mary, but she might not be out of the woods yet. It then slowly introduces the audience to Mary and her family situation. It might be much of what they expect until the relationship with Eleanor comes up. This opens the doors to the possibilities of where this is going along with the religious undertones. But the audience is going to have to wait and see.

  They keep the film really dark with just a lot of candles and lanterns, which keeps the mood. It’s perfect having that feeling that evil is playing somewhere in all that darkness. Again, the audience may want to root for Mary and Eleanor as this unfolds, but to bad they already know something bad is going to happen. The film takes its time, but it will eventually lead to a scene that unleashes the evil same pace of the feel of the film. The audience will get to feel the dread and pain that Mary goes through, and finally how she ended up in her situation. 

  “The Last Thing Mary Saw” is definitely for horror fans that like religious themes, and settings back in the day. Also for those who like a slow burn pace. With all that, the best thing this film does is put Mary in a bad situation to start, and make the audience wait patiently to find out how she got there. It keeps things dark, moody, and leaves the audience knowing things aren’t like going to end well. It then needs a scene to complete the sense of doom it has created to finish things off, and they create the perfect one. With that, I give it 3 pools of blood!



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Thursday, January 20, 2022



A botched faith healing bestows supernatural Shaman powers on a bullied teenager. When his lifelong tormentors pull a prank that kills someone he loves, he uses his powers for revenge and goes on a bloody rampage to settle the score.

Starring: Lance Henriksen, Elijah Nelson, and Shelby Janes

Directed by: Martin Guigui

Written by: Kevin E. Moore and J. Shawn Harris

  Think of “The Unhealer” as the doctor you don’t want. Pflueger (Lance Henriksen) falls into the power to heal people after a visit to an Indian burial ground. As he travels through town, he convinces people he can heal them while making some money to do so of course. Bernice (Natasha Henstridge) sees him perform, and asks him to come help her son Kelly (Elijah Nelson). Kelly suffers from an eating disorder, and a very strange one causing him to eat things other than food.

  Kelly also has another issue which involves bullies. A few of the jocks have found his eating habits odd as well, and use that as permission to bully him. A childhood friend and crush Dominique (Kayla Carlson) tries her best to protect him, but boys will be boys. When Pflueger finally comes to see Kelly he does more than cure him. He somehow transfers his healing power to Kelly curing his eating disorder, and giving a surprising new way to battle his bullies.

  First and foremost this is easily a story about bulling and what happens when it goes too far. Kelly suffered and became way overjoyed when he found abilities to fight back with. While it’s good to stand up for yourself, his back and forth with the bullies eventually leads to some deaths. Bulling has definitely gone too far at this point, but makes for some good horror here. There’s a nice little trick with Kelly’s power that he takes full advantage of to get back at his bullies.

  What also works is the rollercoaster of emotions the audience might feel for Kelly. It’s easy to root for him when he gets bullied, and even more when he turns it around on the bullies. However, how much will the audience continue to like him when he basically becomes the bully. And then he’s given an even bigger reason to get revenge on the bullies, but does it make it right? Will Kelly ever go too far in the audience’s minds, or are the bullies always far game?

  “The Unhealer” is clearly a story about bullying and revenge. Kelly is picked on, but then given almost a superpower to fight back. It seems like the typical fighting between the bullies and their victim until it goes too far for both sides. That is when horror fans get to enjoy fighting, and some nice tricks that Kelly is able to do. As the deaths set in the audience will have to decide which side has gone too far. It's also good to see some familiar faces working well with some new ones. With that, I give it 2.5 pools of blood.



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Tuesday, January 18, 2022



Set 10 years after Dexter Morgan went missing in the eye of Hurricane Laura, he is now living under an assumed name in Upstate New York, Iron Lake, far from his original home in Miami.

Starring: Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter, and Clancy Brown

Creator: Clyde Phillips

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Sunday, January 9, 2022



Set in 1998, this origin story explores the secrets of the mysterious Spencer Mansion and the ill-fated Raccoon City.

Starring: Kaya Scodelario, Robbie Amell, and Hannah John-Kamen

Directed and written by: Johannes Roberts

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Friday, January 7, 2022



While vacationing in Mexico, a couple discovers their son’s disappearance is tied to a supernatural curse.

Starring: Autumn Reeser, Danny Trejo, and Antonio Cupo

Directed by: Patricia Harris Seeley

Written by: Cameron Larson and Jose Prendes

  “The Legend of La Llorona” continues to grow in another telling of her story. Carly (Autumn Reeser) and her husband Andrew (Antonio Cupo) have decided to take a vacation to Mexico with their young son Danny (Nicolas Madrazo). Their taxi driver Jorge (Danny Trejo) warns them to stay at the hotel, and away from places where the cartel might be. While the cartel is definitely a threat, they’re about to have something much worse to worry about.

  While taking a walk by a waterway, Danny is pulled into it, and dragged away. Luckily his parents are able to rescue him before La Llorona got a chance to take him away. It’s just the first of several attempts she makes to take the boy until she’s finally successful. Now the couple must figure out who or what has taken their son before it’s too late.

  The story of La Llorona has been told several times including a couple of very different recent versions. Now this telling of the story is here to try and bring some scares to horror fans. Unfortunately, it might never get that scary although La Llorona is looking plenty creepy. This version also takes time to visit her story, and why she’s become the way she is. 

  What holds this story back is never feeling Carly and Andrew are a loving couple. Each parent clearly loves Danny, but rarely show true emotions for each other. Yes, they’re grieving the loss of their first child, but still don’t show anything more than some worry for their partner. It’s not the fault of the acting, as Autumn and Antonio are fine in roles, but with the story not giving them time to bond before the chaos begins.

  Legends like “The Legend of La Llorona” are meant to be told over and over again. Each story takes different angles, and some end up better than others. This version has a lot of bumps in the road, but has the right intentions. Diving into her backstory, and having La Llorona coming right after her victims are positives for the story. Shooting her with bullets might not be a good choice, and maybe it needed to spend a little more time introducing this family before La Llorona sets her target on their son. With that, I give it 2 pools of blood. 



In Theaters on January 7 2022

On Demand and Digital on January 11, 2022 

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Thursday, January 6, 2022



Six strangers trying to survive the first 24 hours of the undead invasion.

Starring: Keenan Tracey, Daniel Doheny, and Natalie Malaika

Creators: Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas 

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Wednesday, January 5, 2022


A woman suffering from amnesia pieces together the events that led to her father’s suicide, only to be haunted by the ghosts of children that she begins to suspect were murdered by him.

Starring: April Pearson, James Cosmo, and Patrick Bergin

Directed by: Jamie Patterson

Written by: Christian J. Hearn

  It won’t be long before “The Kindred” spirits start to appear. This story is going to grab the audience’s attention right from the start. Helen (April Pearson) is running from an apartment, and down by the street. It seems like she’s running from someone, but before she knows it a body lands in the street. She steps back only to get hit by a car. This lands her in a coma for about a year.

  To much surprise, she was still able to give birth, and her husband is still by her side. Unfortunately the only place for them to go after she leaves the hospital is her father’s apartment. The place where she was running from the night she was hit by her car. The more she stays there the more the past is going to come back to haunt her.

   The film covers a lot of ground before coming to a shocking ending. Helen is going to go through some family drama trying to be a mother to a baby she doesn’t feel bonded to. It’s going to cause problems with her marriage, but soon she’s going to have even bigger ones. The horror starts to work its way in when she starts seeing children in the apartment. They’re going to provide some creepy moments as Helen now has a mystery to solve. The children are going to be a clue along with learning about her father’s past.

  With all the genres at play here it could be confusing at times. However, April along with the rest of the cast put in some good performances to make this one work. From the drama to the scares, she seems to handle everything her character goes through well. Others like James Cosmo, who plays Frank, and Steve Oram, who plays a psychic, do well in their contributions to the story. 


“The Kindred” is listed as a thriller, but it has many parts to it. It definitely starts with a bang, and ends in a shocking manner. It has family drama as this couple goes through hard times after Helen’s accident. Horror sets in when ghosts appear, and it’s good they stick around until the end. Most of all, there’s plenty of mysteries to solve starting with why Helen was running in the beginning. It will also cover what happened to the children, and her father before it’s over. The pace along with some good performances help keep the story from getting to confusing. With that, I give it 2.5 pools of blood. 


In Select Theaters and On Demand January 7, 2022 

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Tuesday, January 4, 2022



After a vintage Chucky doll turns up at a suburban yard sale, an idyllic American town is thrown into chaos as a series of horrifying murders begin to expose the town’s hypocrisies and secrets.

Starring: Zackary Arthur, Bjorgvin Arnarson, and Alyvia Alyn Lind

Creator: Don Mancini 

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